June 30, 2014

CANADA DAY SPECIAL

WE'RE NO. 1

MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Juice junkies

International

Mission not accomplished

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CANADA DAY SPECIAL

WE'RE NO. 1

We all know Canada sits on top of the world geographically, but as this list of firsts proves, we are global leaders in so very many surprising ways
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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Juice junkies

With $18 drinks and Big Gulp portions, is juice really the antidote to our toxic, stressed-out lives?
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International

Mission not accomplished

With a group more evil and dangerous than al-Qaeda running wild and a sectarian war exploding, America may have no choice but to go back to Iraq
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This Week

LETTERS

Your excerpt from Paula Todd’s book, Extreme Mean, was hard to read (“A mother’s new nightmare,” Excerpt, June 16). Even harder was to comprehend how people can post such venomous words on social media sites. Our society rewards aggressive behaviour and we are programming our kids to be bullies.
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THE INTERVIEW

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne on winning, new jobs, old scandals, the province’s pension plan and the touchstone in her life
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National

DON’T DO THAT AGAIN

Both the PQ and the Progressive Conservatives bet early on big, bold platforms—so much for that idea
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Society

COMING OUT, AGAIN

As LGBT Baby Boomers grow older, many find themselves once again fighting homophobia
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National

SUSPICION MAY NOT CUT IT

Does a new Supreme Court ruling undermine Ottawa’s effort to fight cyberbullying?
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This Week

THE EDITORIAL

As the number of two-wheeled commuters grows, so do the fatalities. But Calgary may offer hope for the car-bicycle détente.
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The End

Gigel Tonea

He fled Romania in search of a better life in Canada. On annual family trips to Cuba, he developed a love of ‘underwater life and its beauty.’
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