October 12, 2015

MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

The protein plague

Jobs Report

Working hard, hardly working

ELECTION 2015

Not for turning, it turns out

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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

The protein plague

We're hooked on nut butter and chicken, Greek yogourt and hummus. But is our addiction to protein actually making us sick?

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Jobs Report

Working hard, hardly working

Our obsession with putting in long hours on the job doesn’t mean we’re actually getting much done

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ELECTION 2015

Not for turning, it turns out

Justin Trudeau is doubling down on his platform positions, even the seemingly unpopular ones. And yet, it doesn’t seem to be hurting him.

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Judging Harpernomics

We asked three economists to assess Stephen Harper on his handling of the economy

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ELECTION 2015

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON. ONLY NOT ALWAYS.

Justin plays the ‘son of’ role, but also distances himself from his father on key issues

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Society

23 MEN, 23 WAYS TO COACH

The Leafs’ Mike Babcock on kitchen-table accountability and sharing the love

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This Week

LETTERS

Thank you, Anne Kingston and Maclean’s, for that well-written, well-documented report on the erasure of public knowledge and memory through government cutbacks and closures (“Vanishing Canada,” National, Sept. 28). How can citizens, and the people who try to represent their concerns, pursue the public interest if the means for tracking what is in the public interest, and what might be threatening it, are being destroyed?
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ELECTION 2015

A deafening silence

In the past 60 days, more than 33,000 Aboriginals have been violently victimized. Not that the campaigns have noticed.

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International

‘GERMANY IS FULL’

With its big cities straining, refugees are being bused to remote rural towns and testing a nation’s tolerance

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This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Kevin Newman and Alex Newman on how a son’s coming out as gay was the first step in healing a fractured relationship

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