April 20, 2015

National

Still no justice

National

Who me? Conservative?

International

Miami vice

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National

Still no justice

The Rehtaeh Parsons case is closed and the Dalhousie dentistry scandal is fading—but the disturbing questions they raised haven’t been answered

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National

Who me? Conservative?

Not so fast with the labels. An exhaustive audit of Stephen Harper’s nine years in power reveals a surprisingly (gasp) liberal economic record.

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International

Miami vice

For two Ottawa boys, moving to Miami with their diplomat mother was a dream. Now one is dead, the other charged with murder in a drug heist gone bad. How it all went so horribly wrong.

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This Week

LETTERS

I loved the story about Elton McDonald and his big dig (“The great escape,” National, March 30). When I first heard of this hidden tunnel several weeks ago, it reminded me of a similar but much smaller hole—about seven feet deep and four feet square— that I dug with a friend way back in the mid-1960s in Barrie, Ont.
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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

The new tutor dynasty

Tutors aren’t just for underachieving kids anymore. They’re the new normal.

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This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on how the rise of Islamist extremism presents moderate Muslims with an opportunity for reform

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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Mainstreaming high fantasy

After four seasons of political intrigue and poisoned bloodlines, Game of Thrones heads off in a different direction

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Economy

THE AMAZING MODI

India’s prime minister plans to turn his country into the world’s third-biggest economy. It just might work.

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Society

The new lice wars

Despite evidence that it’s time to abandon the no-nit rule requiring kids be sent home from school, the Toronto District School Board has yet to get the message

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International

The elephant in the room

The tables have turned in favour of gay rights in America. The Republican Party is another matter.

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