December 26, 2011

On drafting a constitution, dealing with Afghan warlords, and why Alberta needs China 1819
Interview

On drafting a constitution, dealing with Afghan warlords, and why Alberta needs China

ALBERTA PREMIER ALISON REDFORD IN CONVERSATION WITH COLBY COSH
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MACLEAN’S BACK PAGES

Style guides

Canadians Joe Zee and Brad Goreski avoid the faux fierceness that pervades fashion reality TV
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National

FINDING A RIGHTS BALANCE

The courts are limiting the powers of Canada’s human rights tribunals one case at a time
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This week

Newsmakers

Nicolas Cage auctions a toy, Robert Mugabe threatens to sue, and the Great One’s girl goes viral
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Business

BLOCKED CALLS

How Ottawa’s erratic handling of foreign ownership rules is causing big headaches
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Opinion

THE WILD BID, THE FAKE AND OTHER ART TALES

THE MOST DIFFICULT task a columnist can have is to write about a universally Good Thing. Santa Claus comes to mind. Well, no, it’s not Santa Claus I am about to discuss, topical though that would be in this December cheer, but rather Murray Frum.
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Opinion

AMID AN EMERGENCY— A STRATEGY

THE PRIME MINISTER’S Office distributes a daily “media barometer” that lists the stories getting the widest coverage and generating the most buzz on WELLS blogs and talk radio. Last week the public relations crisis at Attawapiskat First Nation entered its second week.
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International

SHIFTING SANDS

Will Bashar al-Assad’s brutal crackdown bring down the Syrian regime?
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The end

Norman Nathan Parker

He loved the sea, women and beer. Though he never learned to swim, he gave up drinking when his son came to live with him.
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Business

WHAT ALL THE NHL-ERS ARE WEARING

How Bauer emerged as hockey’s undisputed top equipment brand
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