The EPS phenotyping about-face

DNA phenotyping — something you probably haven't heard of before — was everywhere this week. That is, until the EPS were called out on their bunk science and tried to make it nowhere instead.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:

Red tape award
UAlberta ventilation data
Learning city
Guest: Bashir Mohamed
DNA phenotyping
Single-use reduction bylaw
Rec centre naming rights
EPS jurisdictional scan
EPS funding formula
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