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 children – The 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 product – Restore Privacy
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 Van – New 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
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.
1791: The Constitution Act was enacted by the British Parliament. It divided the Province of Canada into two parts, Upper and Lower Canada.