February 2, 2015

National

WELCOME TO WINNIPEG WHERE CANADA'S RACISM PROBLEM IS AT ITS WORST

Society

How your brain heals itself

Economy

Off-target from the start

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National

WELCOME TO WINNIPEG WHERE CANADA'S RACISM PROBLEM IS AT ITS WORST

The Manitoba capital is deeply along ethnic lines. Its Native citizens suffer daily indignities and horrific violence. How the death of 15-year-old Tina fontaine has finally forced the city to face its festering race problem.

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Society

How your brain heals itself

An exclusive interview with Dr. Norman Doidge about how groundbreaking research offers new hope for people with chronic pain, multiple sclerosis and more

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Economy

Off-target from the start

What the demise of the giant retailer’s Canadian stores says about the outlook for the country’s economy

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This Week

LETTERS

To the terrorists in France who attacked and killed others (“An unrequited love,” International, Jan. 26): If your faith can be disrupted or come under attack by a drawing, you had very little faith to begin with. I am a Muslim and these misguided and violent actions are more abhorrent to the faith than the sketches of a satirist.
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This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Multiple Grammy nominee Sam Smith on Beyoncé, Elton John’s advice, his non-traditional family, and why he performs in a suit

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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Lives lived, unseen

Henryk Ross’s unexpected, often shocking, images of Jewish ghetto life get their first comprehensive show

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International

Three’s company

Can Bush, Romney and Christie save the Republicans from another race filled with fringe candidates?

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International

Return of the euro crisis

Why the rise of a radical leftist party in Greece is reigniting fears the country could exit the eurozone and tip the continent back into economic chaos

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National

Remaking Thomas Mulcair

The NDP chief may be the smartest federal leader, but it takes more than great thinking to win an election

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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

It all began in the era of Monica Lewinsky

Plus hacktivism and the Australian outback in a barely contained new novel from Peter Carey, and one man’s dogged search for the number zero

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