October 15, 2012

National

ON HIS TERMS

National

BREAKING OUT OF BOUNDS

ON HIS TERMS 2223
National

ON HIS TERMS

Justin Trudeau is the most popular politician in Canada—and not just because of his last name.
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National

BREAKING OUT OF BOUNDS

B.C. was a playground and refuge for Justin Trudeau, but also a place to emerge from his father’s shadow
The secrets of the universe 6263
Society

The secrets of the universe

Why does it exist? (And is there only one?) Why are we here? One of the world’s greatest physicists on the search for the answers.
War now? Or war later? 5051
International

War now? Or war later?

For Benjamin Netanyahu, the question is not if, but when to bomb Iran— and how badly he really needs America to help
OUT OF THE BLUE, A RUSTY BOLT 6667
Society

OUT OF THE BLUE, A RUSTY BOLT

An excerpt from Whirl Away, Russell Wangersky’s nominated book of short stories
A fine fettle over fennel 7475
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A fine fettle over fennel

An excerpt from a culinary memoir by Jacob Richler in which father Mordecai attacks some crustaceans, a family classic is tweaked, and mother Florence utters a curse
On Canada's shift toward Asia, free trade agreements and exports of expertise 1415
Interview

On Canada's shift toward Asia, free trade agreements and exports of expertise

ED FAST IN CONVERSATION WITH LUIZA CH. SAVAGE
TV makes history 6869
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TV makes history

Cue the mutton chops, corsets and street lamps— networks are crazy about period pieces
THE WORLD BEATERS 5859
Business

THE WORLD BEATERS

How four Canadian inventors, and winners of the Manning Awards, went from the garage or lab to market-leading innovators
Into the unknown 1819
National

Into the unknown

Omar Khadr lived in Guantánamo Bay far longer than Canada. What will happen now that he’s ‘home’?
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