November 26, 2012

BROTHERS IN CHARGE 2829
International

BROTHERS IN CHARGE

Political Islam has taken a firm hold in Egypt. Could it be the next Iran? Michael Petrou reports from the streets of Cairo.
The prince of pop 6263
MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

The prince of pop

When Justin Bieber ponders his career, he asks himself: what would Michael Jackson do? Brian D. Johnson reports.
‘A national embarassment' 1819
National

‘A national embarassment'

Heartburn pills that cause heart attacks, antidepressants that lead to suicide: Why does Canada trail the U.S. and EU in protecting its citizens from dangerous meds?
He’s the favourite. No, she is. 5859
Society

He’s the favourite. No, she is.

In his new book, Against Fairness, Stephen Asma argues that favouring family, even one child more than another, is natural. Even Jesus and Buddha each had a ‘best’ friend.
On the U.S. elections, America’s looming cliff’ and the after-effects of Ben Affleck’s Argo 1617
Interview

On the U.S. elections, America’s looming cliff’ and the after-effects of Ben Affleck’s Argo

GARY DOER, the former premier of Manitoba, has been Canada’s ambassador to the United States since 2009. He has been at the forefront of pushing Ottawa’s agenda in Washington, including the proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would bring bitumen from the oil sands to refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Newsmakers 1011
This week

Newsmakers

Sonia Sotomayor hits Sesame Street, Robert Mugabe is the new Cecil Rhodes, plus a king-in-not-waiting
Matter of inquiry 3637
International

Matter of inquiry

Phone hacking, now pedophilia. The Imperfectionists author Tom Rachman dissects the U.K. media mess.
M FINANCIAL 4849
Special Interest Feature

M FINANCIAL

As recently as the second week of October, global bond funds - which are generally less risky assets - took in $8.2 billion, while riskier equity funds lost $1.23 billion. In the aftermath of the 2008 meltdown, investors are clearly uncertain about the markets.
The loneliness of a fast-food franchise 4445
Business

The loneliness of a fast-food franchise

Despite big investments to spruce up stores and expand menus, once-thriving restaurant chains are suddenly struggling to get ahead
Foreign convictions 2223
National

Foreign convictions

Ottawa’s plan to make it easier to kick criminals out of the country sounds simple, but some fear it goes too far
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