January 1, 2018

Trudeau vs. Trudeau 1819
National

Trudeau vs. Trudeau

Why the Prime Minister will continue to be his own best advertisement and worst enemy in 2018
Where fiction and politics meet 6869
Society

Where fiction and politics meet

Increasingly, Canadian writers are finding creative fire in issues, identity and the immigrant experience
Cosby, after Weinstein 5455
Society

Cosby, after Weinstein

After years of accusations against the comedian, his retrial will happen amidst a cultural sea change
Justice, stalled 2627
National

Justice, stalled

The MMIWG inquiry will likely miss its deadline, faced with the same challenges as similar investigations
The replacements 5859
Society

The replacements

It won’t be Canada’s B team playing men’s Olympic hockey It’ll be closer to the P team.
FLIPPING THE BIRD AT TRUMP 4243
International

FLIPPING THE BIRD AT TRUMP

Democrats can smell victory in the 2018 U.S. midterm elections. But don’t underestimate the Republicans.
The year of... oh God, what now?! 1415
The Columnists

The year of... oh God, what now?!

COLUMNISTS OWE A lot to the Gregorian calendar, which places New Year’s Eve on Dec. 31, the seventh day of the Christmas season. It’s a busy and exhausting time. In many countries, New Year’s Eve is a holiday traditionally celebrated with fireworks, festivities and phoning it in.
Charts to watch in 2018 4849
Economy

Charts to watch in 2018

Eight economic indicators that will determine the fates of the working class, resource-dependent provinces and over-leveraged Canadians
An all-new political drama 3233
National

An all-new political drama

Sovereignty is on the back burner, but can Quebec avoid splitting along populist and progressive lines?
Building a mystery 3435
National

Building a mystery

Will the federal infrastructure bank succeed in funding historic projects—or inspire outsize promises?
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