September 20, 2010

Universities

Want degree, will travel

Northern exposure

International

THIRD WORLD AMERICA

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Universities

Want degree, will travel

‘Think of the passion that comes from people willing to go halfway around the world to study’
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Northern exposure

‘The fact that the Canadian economy gets a lot of attention can only be good for Canadian business schools’
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International

THIRD WORLD AMERICA

Collapsing bridges, street lights turned off, cuts to basic services: the decline of a superpower. Luiza Ch. Savage reports.
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THE BACK PAGES

An elephant worthy of Cervantes

Plus, revelations from Pickton’s survivors, tales of Palin from the campaign trail, a beguiling twentysomething memoir and histories of malaria and the common cold
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Letters

Andrew Coyne’s column about Tamil refugees is absolutely correct (“Call it the ‘bottom of the boat’ test,” National, Aug. 30). Looking at the picture of anti-Tamil protesters in the column, I see middle-aged, healthy, relatively wealthy white people who took the time to go buy bristol board and write hurtful slogans, forgetting all the while that at some point their ancestors came on rickety boats hoping for a better life.
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Society

An Arctic accident

Even before we were grounded, I had my life-changing moment, when a man in Gjoa Haven said he had an item that might interest me: the lost logbook of Lord Franklin
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Interview

On taking the heat for the oil sands, boycotts and why pipelining oil is the safest way to go

Q: Your company’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline to the Gulf Coast of Texas has become a sort of lightning rod for discontent about Alberta’s “dirty” oil sands. Are you worried about the future of the project? A: I worry about all of our projects and the opposition that comes to them.
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Business

The brawl on Bay Street

Canada’s big banks are preparing to launch a rival stock exchange to the TSX, setting up a battle that could shake up the industry and bruise investors
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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Barney, unbound

Thirteen years, five screenwriters, one hell-bent producer: ‘Barney’s Version' was worth it
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This week

Newsmakers

The unsinkable Jan Brewer, the smoking toddler kicks the habit, Pamela Anderson and you
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