June 1, 2018

National

‘THEY WERE NOT ALONE’

National

Brace for impact

Society

Jordan Peterson's people

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National

‘THEY WERE NOT ALONE’

When unthinkable terror struck a busy street, shopkeepers, office workers and countless others rushed to help, giving first aid, feeding first responders and keeping vigil beside the dead. It’s a day none of them will forget.

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National

Brace for impact

Doug Ford is marshalling the anger of a fed-up province. What happens when the policy-averse ‘one-man band’ actually wins?

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Society

Jordan Peterson's people

His followers are often lumped in with the alt-right. In reality, they’re a diverse group of self-help junkies searching for meaning and order in a rapidly evolving age.

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National

THE INTERVIEW

Katie Telford, chief of staff to the Prime Minister, on managing crises, what her boss is like to work for and why she chose a life in politics

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Economy

How to lose money, fast

When Toronto-area home prices slide, the market serves up painful lessons for buyers and sellers alike

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International

The Trump Show

How does the world see Donald Trump? From Russia to Mexico to Africa, the U.S. presidency has become the ultimate American reality-TV program.

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National

Warning: pipeline pressure rising

Some First Nations have picked sides in the battle over the Kinder Morgan pipeline. But many along the route have not, and their leaders are feeling the heat.

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Society

TO MY DAUGHTER, IN WARY HOPE

David Chariandy has written a book about racism, struggle and love to mark his child’s coming of age

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Society

WINNIPEG: Canada’s Best-kept Cultural Secret

Once overlooked as a “flyover city,” Manitoba’s capital has put itself on the cultural map once and for all.

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National

THE CLASH OF TWO CANADAS

There are those who want to extract oil and those who want it left in the ground. And, lost in the middle, the Liberals.

May 12018