June 22, 2015

Economy

The new real estate wars

Society

The plant that’s eating B.C.

National

SOBER SECOND THOUGHT

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Economy

The new real estate wars

It’s not just the bidding wars that are heated now. As the housing market peaks, rage, greed and animosity are taking over.

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Society

The plant that’s eating B.C.

Japanese knotweed is in all provinces, with the exceptions—so far—of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. The threat is real: In the U.K., a single plant can lower house values.

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National

SOBER SECOND THOUGHT

Remind us again why we have one of these upper house things? There must be a reason.

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This Week

LETTERS

I have skimmed coverage of the, ahem, Duffy scandal in Maclean’s and other media (“The Duffy diaries,” National, June 8). No mention of Swiss bank accounts or the Cayman Islands. No Mediterranean cruises on an oligarch’s yacht. No strip clubs in Vegas.
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International

CLINGING TO LIFE

Surviving the treacherous Mediterranean crossing is only the beginning of the struggle for migrants

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National

The little court case that could

Inside a non-descript Ontario courtroom, a seemingly inconsequential trial is getting bigger and bigger as the months roll by. So, too, are its consequences.

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This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Author Peter Schweizer on how Bill and Hillary Clinton have enriched themselves by channelling their joint political acumen and influence

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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

You must remeber this

Jurassic World unleashes a hyper-nostalgia that literally lets us relive the thrill of the original film

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International

Home of the jihadis?

Its capital has a statue of Bill Clinton. It owes its existence to the West. Even here, Islamic State is taking root.

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This Week

THE COLUMNISTS

Paul Wells on the annoying phenomenon of super-long-term promises, and Emma Teitel on the (resented) tyranny of detox and fad diets

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