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Society

A Killer Among Them

In the spring of 2022, four women went missing within the same few blocks in downtown Winnipeg. This spring, the man accused of their murders will go on trial. So will the city they all called home.
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Longforms

The Rise of the One-and-Done Family

Many Canadian couples are having just one kid. Why a declining birth rate spells trouble for the country’s future.
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Society

How one Canadian tech millionaire built a tiny-home community

Marcel LeBrun made millions as a software tycoon, then funnelled his fortune into 12 Neighbours, a planned community of 99 affordable tiny homes in Fredericton. For the city’s unhoused, it’s a chance to turn their luck around.
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Society

They Lost their Kids to Fortnite

A group of Canadian parents say their kids are so addicted to the video game Fortnite that they’ve stopped eating, sleeping and showering. Now these parents want to hold its tech-giant creator accountable.
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Sports

The New Class Of Canadian Olympians

Here are three young athletes surfing, breaking and skateboarding their way to the podium
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Society

Why Doctors Need a Capital Gains Tax Break

A tweak to the government’s controversial new tax legislation would encourage more Canadian physicians to stick around
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Society

I Threw Myself a Divorce Party

I invited my family, friends and a scantily clad male bartender—and finally got closure
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Society

The War Over Safe Drug Supply in Vancouver

Two activists gave away untainted heroin, cocaine and meth . They say they saved lives. The federal government says they’re drug traffickers.
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Real Estate

A Lakeside Lavender Farm

An Ottawa couple transformed an empty farm into a lavender dreamland
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MBA Guide 2024

Browse through Canada’s top MBA programs to find the right fit for you 
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Sports

The Aquatic Adventures of Maggie Mac Neil

The Tokyo gold winner overcame asthma and broken bones on her path to the Paris Olympics
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5 Ways an Online MBA Can Help You Take Charge of Your Career

Plus: Everything you need to know about the University of Fredericton’s highly sought-after program
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Real Estate

A Woodland Chalet on Vancouver Island

An Ontario family in health crisis finds remedy in a Vancouver Island barn