January 11, 2016

National

The saga of Saint John

Society

A nation of winter wusses

Society

Altered states

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National

The saga of Saint John

How one of Canada’s most pleasant places fell into the grips of a famous family’s trial of money and murder

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Society

A nation of winter wusses

Canada used to pride itself on being the land of ice and snow. Now we have to be nudged to go outside, even when it’s not all that cold.

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Society

Altered states

Two years ago, Juan Torres was in hospital and in a vegetative state. Not only did he recover, he remembers what happened when he appeared to be unconscious.

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National

BOMBS AWAY, BUT AT WHAT COST?

Inside one band’s struggle to clear its land of old military ordnance

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National

New life on the Hill

The federal election swept in a Liberal Prime Minister, moved the NDP to third-party status and shifted the Conservatives to the Opposition benches. Here, Prime Minister Trudeau discusses deficits, pulling the CF-18s out of the battle against ISIS, and the U.S. election.

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This Week

LETTERS

‘Are refugees more important than Canadians? Wouldn’t money be better spent on eradicating poverty in Canada?’

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MACLEAN’S BACK PAGES

Drip, drip, drip

In hotels, at banks, buying concert tickets: Canadians pay more than ever for less service. It’s called ‘drip pricing,’ and you can thank the airlines.

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International

PARTY POORER

Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party is openly rebelling against him. Why he needs to take a page from Justin Trudeau.

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International

The other border wall

On its once-porous southern border, Mexico has taken on an unlikely new role: anti-migrant enforcer

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National

VALUES, NIQABS AND BUILDING BRIDGES

Rona Ambrose gets the Conservatives ready for their next leader

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