February 13, 2012

THE HONOUR KILLING TRIAL

'A SICK NO TION OF HONOUR'

MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Their dream of living on the ocean floor

National

Into the wild

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THE HONOUR KILLING TRIAL

'A SICK NO TION OF HONOUR'

It was a case that shocked the nation— four family members dead, three guilty of murder. Michael Friscolanti tells the whole story of what happened.
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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Their dream of living on the ocean floor

Plus, a hockey whodunit, the world’s most extraordinary language learners, hatred in 1990s Rwanda, a mother’s nightmare, and a scary book about babyhood
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National

Into the wild

Charlotte Gill’s experiences tree planting in B.C. brought her closer to deadlier fauna than she expected
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Letters

With regard to the article “The end of illness” (Society, Jan. 30), I have one question. When we achieve an “illness-free world,” what will be an acceptable way to die? Robert J. Sweet, Burlington, Ont. I am in love with Dr. David Agus! As with everything in life, there is no magic bullet and death is inevitable.
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International

Gaming the system

The GOP race has put the spotlight on so-called ‘super PACs’—groups that can accept unlimited corporate and union donations, skirting campaign finance laws
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Business

Biting into Apple

Consumers are waking up to the ugly truth about how iPads and iPods are made. Now the world’s favourite computer firm is trying to head off a PR crisis.
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Interview

On embracing failure, watching his mouth, and the sports he wishes he played

PATRICK CHAN IN CONVERSATION WITH NANCY MACDONALD
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National

Looking for trouble

Harper lays out an agenda that finally takes some risks—especially on pensions
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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Hut three, hut four, hut five

Winnipeg’s funky River Trail windbreaks add more art and architecture to a rich cultural life
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This week

Newsmakers

Garth Brooks resurfaces, Jonathan Franzen’s new snit, and Christine Sinclair sends Canada to London
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