March 28, 2016

Society

The sure thing

Society

DID JESUS REALLY EXIST?

National

Brad Wall, Alberta’s other premier

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Society

The sure thing

Roberto Osuna grew up poor in cartel-ridden Sinaloa, Mexico. He quit school at 12 to pick vegetables, work on his fastball and dream of major-league glory. How could he think he would make it? This is how. Sportsnefs Stephen Brunt reports from Los Mochis.

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Society

DID JESUS REALLY EXIST?

Memory research has cast doubt on the few things we knew about Jesus, raising an even bigger question.

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National

Brad Wall, Alberta’s other premier

As Canada’s most popular politician runs for another term, his influence beyond Saskatchewan is growing

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International

The Cuban evolution

Ahead of Obama’s historic visit, Allen Abel tours the Communist island to learn what Cubans hope the President’s arrival will bring: change, liberty and WiFi

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This Week

LETTERS

Your article promises to tell us “Why you’re never happy” (Society, March 14), but I don’t even have to read it to give you the nutshell answer: global warming ended our enjoyment of life. Now you can’t take a hot bath without feeling guilty about it, then you’re hit with sin taxes to affirm your madness.
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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Going to the dogs

A team of pups saving stupid adults: What’s not to love about Paw Patrol—if you’re a kid?

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This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Peggy Orenstein on girls faking orgasms, why oral sex is so popular with teens, and why the Dutch delay sex and have fewer partners

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You can’t say that in Canada

Mike Ward’s joke about a 12-year old has made him either a bully or martyr or both

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Society

WHAT YOUR CAR ISN’T TELLING YOU

Driving schools have a new challenge: features in cars that make us safer—and stupider

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Society

‘No’ means... pepperoni?

A new campaign that went viral last week aims to strip away the metaphors from lessons on sexual consent

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