May 2, 2016

National

THE DRUG DEALERS NEXT DOOR

Society

The elephant’s final bow

National

DEATH’S LAST DIGNITY

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National

THE DRUG DEALERS NEXT DOOR

The Liberal's promise to legalize weed has unleashed a flood of illegal storefront dispensaries. Buying pot has never been easier

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Society

The elephant’s final bow

After a long battle with animal rights groups, the era of the circus elephant is coming to a bitter close

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National

DEATH’S LAST DIGNITY

Canada’s leading assisted-death counsellor on the questions he most often faces

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International

The Iran-Iraq war, continued

A new book reveals surprising economic subterfuge behind a bloody conflict that still shapes the region

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This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Carolyn Wilkins on the housing market, the financial technology revolution and why it’s cool to have her signature on Canadian money

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[THE POWER OF PLAY]

TO SERVE AND FORECHECK

Calgary’s Louise Warren has learned that what works on the ice works on the streets

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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Man out of time

Shakespeare’s plays, 400 years later, are the best explorations of our own political and cultural fights

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International

THE STATE OF ISIS

What does the West really know about the inner workings of Islamic State and how it will end? Alarmingly little.

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This Week

LETTERS

According to your April 18 editorial, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should be cautious about deleting too many of Stephen Harper’s policies, because the Saskatchewan election results prove that “many voters still approve of... Harper’s legacy.” We’re talking about roughly 270,000 people who voted for the Saskatchewan Party, in a country where more than 17 million votes were cast in the last federal election! You just keep deleting, Mr. Trudeau.
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Economy

A shortage of everything

From coloured pencils to helium, chocolate to vanilla, we’re obsessed with the idea that the world is running out of stuff

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