June 10, 2013

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National

Tongue-tied no longer

After 50 fraught years of fights, including a constitutional battle or three, it appears the language war is finally over—and French Canada won.
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TORONTO

TOO BIG TO FAIL

Rob Ford’s public soap opera is as convoluted as it is fascinating, but is there a finale in sight?
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Business

DOUBLING DOWN

Provinces are addicted to gaming revenue, and it’s a dependence that’s only going to get worse
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Books

Why Paris is like no other city

Plus, true-life tales from a psychoanalyst about his patients, memoirs by Jimmy Connors and Eve Ensler, the letters ofWilla Cather, and an iconic British nanny
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M LIVING

LUXURY LIVING:

IN BRITISH STYLE
His ‘war’ to stop the pipelinand why ‘the new Saudi Arabia,’ is compromised 1818_1
Interview

His ‘war’ to stop the pipelinand why ‘the new Saudi Arabia,’ is compromised

SAM AVERY, a long-time American social activist, claims Canada’s oil-sands extraction will double atmospheric carbon dioxide, setting the planet on a dangerous climate course. His new book, The Pipeline and the Paradigm: Keystone XL, Tar Sands, and the Battle to Defuse the Carbon Bomb, frames opposition to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline from Alberta to Port Harding, Texas, as the most critical environmental cause of our time.
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Business

CARNUCOPIA

New models, subprime loans and used-car shortages have sparked an unprecedented frenzy of car buying
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Stage

We’re with the Bard

Can Stephen Lewis, Colin Mochrie and Tommy guitar school reboot the Stratford Festival?
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EXCERPT

Nothing to write home about

Pierre Trudeau’s record on immigration is a myth worth puncturing
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This week

Newsmakers

Jean Chrétien breaks waves, Yahoo! bets it all on blogs and Shary Boyle is finally ready for her close-up
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