January 20, 2014

Society

BOYS WILL BE GIRLS

National

Can you hear me now?

This Week

LETTERS

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Society

BOYS WILL BE GIRLS

Inside the growing movement of families and experts embracing gender fluidity.
Can you hear me now? 1819
National

Can you hear me now?

NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair has found his voice in the House, expertly slamming Conservatives and Liberals alike. Yet voters don’t seem to be listening.
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This Week

LETTERS

Thank you for this informed, accurate and compassionate article on Nelson Mandela, one of the greatest men of our time (“Freedom fighter,” Nelson Mandela: A Special Tribute, Jan. 6). As Canadians, we almost always took the high road against apartheid, and Mandela never forgot it.
THE INTERVIEW 1617
This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Author Brad Stone on the future of retail, the visionary genius of Jeff Bezos and why Amazon is much larger than it looks
Something doesn’t add up 2425
National

Something doesn’t add up

Canadian students spend more time in math class than other countries, but have lower test scores
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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Beast in a little black dress

A B.C. dining empire invades the East with its army of charming waitresses, and chef Rob Feenie’s food
Going the distance 3233
Economy

Going the distance

As online retailing booms, companies are still no closer to solving the problem of the 'last mile'—getting their goods into your hands as quickly and cheaply as possible
PUTTING BIBI INA CORNER 2627
International

PUTTING BIBI INA CORNER

His relationship with the U.S. unravelling, Netanyahu is, at best, a reluctant partner in the latest peace talks
The Hill’s unlikely maverick 2223
National

The Hill’s unlikely maverick

Could Tory dissident Brent Rathgeber actually be a model for the parliamentarian of the future?
ATALE OF TWO ENGLANDS 3031
International

ATALE OF TWO ENGLANDS

While London thrives, the gritty north struggles, alienated and increasingly angry
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