The Midlife Tuneup that will keep you young at heart – NY Times

How children in a Maya village do chores — or — How to get your kids to do chores without resenting it – NPR

Mr. Rogers had a simple set of rules for talking to childrenThe Atlantic

New Zealand is breeding less flatulent sheep, as they reduce greenhouse gas emissions one burp and fart at a time – ABC

Alternatives to Google where you are not the productRestore Privacy

Where are you going to get your fancy latte today? All Canadian Starbucks stores will close this afternoon for anti-bias training – CBCGlobe and Mail

Pro-Brexit British journalist Isabel Oakeshott held back emails showing links between Brexit‘s top donor and Russian officials, even as she mocked claims of Russian influence – The Daily Beast // Someone should cancel her journalist card.

Nissan’s All-Electric e-NV200 Camper VanNew Atlas

The Internet is watching: Newark opens city’s surveillance cameras to the public, asks to report suspicious activity – NY Times

U.S. net neutrality rules expire today. Something else the Trump administration has killed off – NY Times

File 13: Meet the guys who tape Trump’s papers back together – Politico

June 11

1792: The first elections were held in Lower Canada. Anyone over 21, including women, who owned property and had not been convicted of a criminal offence could vote.

1966: Runner Dave Bailey enters the record books as the first Canadian to break the four-minute mile, in 3:59.1.

2001: Convicted Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh is executed for the 1995 attack on a federal building that killed 168 people.

2008: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, on behalf of the Government of Canada, delivers a formal apology to Canada’s First Nations in regard to abuses at a Canadian Indian residential schools.

June 10

1791: The Constitution Act was enacted by the British Parliament. It divided the Province of Canada into two parts, Upper and Lower Canada.