May 16, 2016

Economy

CHINA IS BUYING CANADA

International

The secret war in Iraq

National

Census with a swagger

CHINA IS BUYING CANADA 3435
Economy

CHINA IS BUYING CANADA

And it’s reshaping our housing market well beyond Vancouver. By Charlie Gillis, Chris Sorensen and Nancy Macdonald
The secret war in Iraq 2223
International

The secret war in Iraq

On the ground with the Canadian-trained unit fighting ISIS. And why its success has diplomats worried that Ottawa’s plan is dangerously misguided.
Census with a swagger 1819
National

Census with a swagger

The best advertisement for the long-form version may have been its demise. Cue an early stampede of responses.
LETTERS 89
This Week

LETTERS

I believe B.C. lawyer Kirk Tousaw is incorrect when he says it would take a “police state” action to close the majority of dispensaries (“The drug dealer next door,” National, May 2). For the most part, this is an action more simply and effectively managed at the municipal level.
Still feeling the Bern 2829
International

Still feeling the Bern

On the road with the most dogged, unrelenting and possibly delusional campaign in America
Ever since I was a young boy 5253
MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Ever since I was a young boy

Tender new documentaries highlight autism’s passions—and possibilities
The superhero bubble 5859
MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

The superhero bubble

Costumed heroes are everywhere at the movies, but we may have reached peak comic book
At home in the world 4849
MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

At home in the world

Drake’s Views may have the sound and feel of Toronto, but the rapper’s next destination is bigger
Consent confirmed 4041
Society

Consent confirmed

Apps that document permission-to-proceed are the newest frontier in sharpening blurry lines—and tackling sex assault
The taxing pursuit of cheats 1617
National

The taxing pursuit of cheats

Canada's record on finding tax evaders is dismal, but a simple appeal to honesty is paying dividends
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