January 1, 2020

YOUNG, RICH AND CONTRITE 5657
SOCIETY

YOUNG, RICH AND CONTRITE

Inside the secret group where Canada’s wealthy millennials learn how to redistribute their wealth. Could this be the next great trend in philanthropy?
STATE OF DISUNION 3637
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STATE OF DISUNION

Donald Trump’s final innings would be less daunting if the rule of law hadn’t been called out at third base—to the delight of the president’s cheering fans
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OPEN AUDITIONS

The Justin Trudeau brand is shattered. Andrew Scheer is facing a review. And Jagmeet Singh narrowly escaped disaster. Each leader now has a lot to prove.
HEY BIG SPENDERS 2425
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HEY BIG SPENDERS

The days of endless deficits are back, and with minority government pressures and economic trouble ahead, that’s a problem
HOW TO HANG ON BY A SEAT 3233
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HOW TO HANG ON BY A SEAT

John Horgan is Canada’s only NDP premier, thanks to a coalition with the Greens. Will it survive the year?
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TURNING A NEW PAGE

In 2020, books lose interest in Trump to instead focus on the changes that have reshaped our world (and ourselves)
A COLD FRONT FORMS IN ‘SASKBERTA’ 3031
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A COLD FRONT FORMS IN ‘SASKBERTA’

Two Prairie provinces will make common cause in 2020 in an alliance born of anger and economic pain
NOT ‘UNELECTABLE’ AFTER ALL 4041
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NOT ‘UNELECTABLE’ AFTER ALL

The biggest obstacle to putting a woman in the White House might be the belief that other Americans won’t
NO MORE MR. MEAN GUY 3435
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NO MORE MR. MEAN GUY

There’s a plan to rescue Doug Ford’s unpopular premiership: stop picking fights and play well with others—including the Prime Minister
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WILL SHE WIN THREE MORE?

Penny Oleksiak has a big record in her sights this summer. And her teammates might make the difference.
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