March 3, 2014

THE BIG BALLOT-BOX QUESTION

CLOSING ARGUMENTS

Society

GIVING ADHD A REST

SOCHI

THE REAL OLYMPIC HERO

CLOSING ARGUMENTS 2021
THE BIG BALLOT-BOX QUESTION

CLOSING ARGUMENTS

Controversial and complex, Canada’s end-of-life debate is coming to a head
GIVING ADHD A REST 4849
Society

GIVING ADHD A REST

With diagnosis rates exploding wildly, is the disorder a mental health crisis—or a cultural one?
THE REAL OLYMPIC HERO 3839
SOCHI

THE REAL OLYMPIC HERO

How Gilmore Junio taught his veteran teammate, and the country, the true meaning of sacrifice
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This Week

LETTERS

A little bit of worry goes a long way Thanks for finally starting to take on the social infatuation with anxiety as a sign of pathology and something to be squashed or avoided (“The new worry epidemic,” Society, Feb. 17). For more than 50 years, we have known that low arousal (also known as anxiety) and high arousal are both associated with suboptimal performance.
Class act 3637
SOCHI

Class act

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir rose above politics and scandal to show what it means to be Olympic greats
THE INTERVIEW 1415
This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Author Danah Boyd on balancing parenting and privacy, the other side of online bullying and the secret lives of networked teens
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MACLEAN’S BACK PAGES

He’s leaving home

The most controversial and un-Canadian member of the Group of Seven finally gets his wish
DIVIDING VOLKS 3233
Economy

DIVIDING VOLKS

The union drive, at a Tennessee Volkswagen factory was just the start of an epic battle
The law, the Lord and one giant cross to bear 1617
National

The law, the Lord and one giant cross to bear

B.C.’s Trinity Western University may become the country’s first private Christian law school. Will the move herald a victor in the ongoing culture war?
The new face of the far right 2425
International

The new face of the far right

Is Marion Maréchal-Le Pen out to salvage her infamous family name, or ride a new wave of anti-immigrant hatred?
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