April 1, 2017

National

The last lines of defence

National

Borderline chaos

International

THE RETURN OF THE CZAR

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National

The last lines of defence

It turns out Canadians are surprisingly amenable to populist forces. So what’s preventing an authoritarian leader from rising to power?
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National

Borderline chaos

With asylum-seekers risking all to thwart it, how long can Canada’s safe-country deal with the U.S. last?
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International

THE RETURN OF THE CZAR

One hundred years after the Russian Revolution, an emboldened Putin regime is embracing its czarist past. Could 1917 happen again?
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National

The wheels of injustice

A ‘wake-up call’ Supreme Court ruling on trial delays could see hundreds of alleged criminals cut loose
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Society

CATS GONE WILD

Cities across the country are trying to rein in cat populations. Good luck with that.
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National

THE RISE AND RISE OF AHMED HUSSEN

From teenage Somalian refugee to Canada’s immigration minister
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Society

The problem with men

In his book The Unmade Bed, Stephen Marche argues that males are plagued by a new ‘hollow patriarchy’
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THE COLUMNISTS

Feminism’s wrong turn

LITERARY CRITIC JESSA Crispin clearly appreciates the value of a catchy title. Her blog was named Bookslut. Now her newbook, Why I Am Not a Feminist: A Feminist Manifesto, seems calculated to grab attention at a moment when feminism is portrayed as either trending or dead—or trending because it’s dead.
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Society

The battles inside the battle

Canadians think of Vimy Ridge as the moment our nation came of age. It is less than that—and more, too.
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National

Populist goes the world

From Europe to Asia, populist forces are surging as a fear of foreigners pushes nations to a tipping point
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