April 27, 2015

National

BALLET BETRAYAL

Society

‘CANADA’S DISEASE’

This Week

LETTERS

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National

BALLET BETRAYAL

Five former students of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School say they were persuaded as teens by a teacher to pose in lurid photos. Now they are fighting back.

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Society

‘CANADA’S DISEASE’

The rebranding of multiple sclerosis raises questions: why are rates so high here?

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This Week

LETTERS

Buried in your uncritical, heaping praise of organized religion (“God is the answer,” Society, April 13), Lisa Miller, author of The Spiritual Child, actually recommends a spirituality “cultivated in nature, in service, in human relationships.”
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This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Adam Trigg on paddling from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean for the adventure of it all, and why he wanted the journey to end in Canada

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Society

DO THE MATH

Women are enrolling in science and engineering in record numbers, but don’t win awards and don’t stay in the field. What’s happening?

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International

Dirty, viral tricks

To get attention and votes in the 2016 presidential campaign, candidates will need to be more tech-savvy than ever—and ruthless, too

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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Dethroned king of comedy

Before David Letterman turned cranky host, he ran TV’s edgiest show—and changed a generation

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National

April 1915

For the first time in the history of warfare, gas was used as a weapon in Ypres. Canadians fought valiantly. Then John McCrae wrote a poem you might know.

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National

Out of the club

While lawyers debate the details of his case, Mike Duffy, shorn of allies, wears a blank stare

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National

LEAVING LESS AND LESS TO THE IMAGINATION

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY,Jus tin Trudeau, elected leader of the Liberal Party of Can ada two years ago on Tues day! Welcome to your Carls berg years. We brought you a new Ipsos poll: You’re down 12 points since September on “best prime minister.” Since February 2014, you’re down seven points on each of these value measures:
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