April 9, 2012

Society

Running from cancer

National

Canada, home to the suicide capital of the world

National

A WIN FOR CHANGE

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Society

Running from cancer

One in seven men in Canada will face prostate cancer. Almost none of them will ever talk about it. A strikingly candid account from singer, songwriter and author
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National

Canada, home to the suicide capital of the world

In Pikangikum, gas sniffing is rampant and young people are taking their own lives at a shocking rate. Martin Patriquin explores a community shattered.
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National

A WIN FOR CHANGE

Behind the scenes of a leadership campaign that pitted renewal against tradition
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Society

Dystopia now

A frightening story about kids killing other kids for the amusment of adults has become a blockbuster. Here’s why.
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International

A failure in life and death

A jihadist murderer might have hoped to spark wider terror. But a nation pulled through.
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Society

CBC VS. NHL GOES INTO OVERTIME

Richard Stursberg recalls endless negotiations with Gary Bettman
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Straight from the heart

Bryan Adams talks about his baby, songwriting and Stephen Harper’s ruse.
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Business

State of the anti-union

Automakers are flooding to the Deep South for cheap, union-free labour. It’s a trend that could spell the end of high-paying manufacturing jobs across North America.
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Interview

On Mickey Mouse prosciutto, the loss of food culture and why garlic makes everything better

AFTER LIVING IN Rome for 10 years with her husband, Jeannie Marshall has witnessed firsthand the influx of a toxic, corporate food culture, most of which is marketed toward children, in the country where slow food was born. In her new book, Outside the Box:
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Anne Tyler is at home, alone

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author flies under the radar but loves to eavesdrop
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