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September 1, 2018

National

What’s killing rural Canada

National

THE PARADOX PREMIER

International

OUT OF LEFT FIELD

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National

What’s killing rural Canada

Crime, opioid abuse, boarded-up businesses and fleeing populations are destroying the country’s heartland. Can small-town life be saved?

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National

THE PARADOX PREMIER

In politics for 26 years, Manitoba’s Brian Pallister rides out every controversy he creates. Just how, exactly?

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International

OUT OF LEFT FIELD

A brash new candidate from the Bronx has put a fresh face on unapologetic socialism. Do Americans know what she stands for?

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International

Vindication in Kandahar

Adnan R. Khan returns to Afghanistan’s formerly fraught southern region, where lessons from Canada’s failed mission a decade ago are inspiring America’s next steps

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National

The tide turns

The steady stream of migrants heading north shows no signs of stopping, and new polls show that it could be the defining issue of next year’s federal election.

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National

Operation topple Trudeau

The Tories’ hopes of dislodging the Liberals rest with a little-known campaign operative who has beaten long odds

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Society

What the women said

Miriam Toews’s fictional account of Mennonite women’s response to a four-year rampage of sexual assault in a remote colony in Bolivia may be her finest work yet

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THE INTERVIEW

Toronto Mayor John Tory talks to Paul Wells about the plan to slash city council, taking on a new electoral opponent—and the difference between Rob Ford and his brother, Doug

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National

REMAKING THE PM

Why the fresh-faced sunny ways that worked in 2015 could be a big branding problem in the next election

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National

Kate Mclnturff

In her last blog post, the admired policy analyst wrote: ‘We have an obligation to diminish human suffering’

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