December 19, 2016

Society

Framed by fortune

This Week

LETTERS

International

INSIDE MOSUL

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Society

Framed by fortune

One painting, three minutes, $11.2 million: inside the sale of Canada’s most expensive artwork ever

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This Week

LETTERS

Instead of writing about “How Canada can survive president Trump” (Cover, Nov. 28), you should b e writing about how Canada can survive Justin Trudeau. Our Prime Minister has done nothing but travel around the world for the past year and make himself available to the media.
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International

INSIDE MOSUL

Iraqi forces are inching forward into a horrifying mix of civilians, snipers, car bombs and mortars

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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

A tonic for the times

La La Land kicks new life into the Hollywood musical, offering a heaven-sent escape from the new America

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National

Cool while it lasted

Justin Trudeau was an international star. Then came his lament for the dictator Fidel Castro and it confirmed every lampoon of his government’s foreign policy vacuity.

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National

Canada's unspoken crisis

Homicides involving Indigenous people are off the charts and no one is willing to talk about why

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This Week

THE EDITORIAL

Justin Trudeau was booed at the Grey Cup game. It’s a sound he’ll have to get used to, because the honeymoon is over.

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THE YEAR IN PICTURES

An inferno engulfs an oil town. Olympic victory. Terrorist attacks in Europe. A wild U.S. election campaign. All that, plus more unforgettable moments in politics, world news and entertainment captured in this special collector’s issue.

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The End

1988-2016 Scott David Leroux

He was an artist with many talents. An enthusiastic force in Winnipeg’s art scene, he was always quick to help others.

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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Sexy as the Rock

With great attractiveness comes great responsibility beyond the pages of People

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