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What it was like to fight a colossal East Coast wildfire

“In my memory, we have never had an incident on this large of a scale.”
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Q&A with Christine Sinclair on trash talk, equality in sports, retirement plans and more

The Canadian soccer legend’s revelatory memoir, Playing the Long Game, hits bookshelves this week
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What it’s really like to fight B.C.’s wildfires

From emergency evacuations to managing tsunami-like burns, incident commander Scott Rennick has a tough job that is becoming more challenging than ever.
The Chiu family in front of their new three-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse in Calgary, Alberta. (Photos courtesy Allison Seto)

The Move: Priced out of Vancouver

Priced out of Vancouver, Martin and Nicole Chiu became first-time homeowners after a spontaneous move to Calgary

We need to talk about abortion access in Canada, too

After her own abortion experience left her surprised at Canada’s system, Rachel Cairns was inspired to launch her new, timely podcast series, Aborsh
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Inside the $24-million miniature Canada

In the Toronto underground, a patriotic visionary is building a model museum ten years in the making—and is just getting started
Defence Minister Anita Anand, a relative newcomer to federal politics, has already handled two of the Trudeau cabinet’s toughest assignments.(Photography by Gary Ogle)

How Anita Anand became the Trudeau government’s all-round fixer

Sexual misconduct in the military. A war in Ukraine. Canada’s global reputation at stake. It’s a good thing Anand knows how to solve problems.
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A Soldier’s Story: From Canada to Ukraine

I left Canada to pursue my pro soccer dream in Ukraine, where I was born. When Russia invaded, I joined the only team that mattered.
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Global Affairs Canada is under ’cyber attack’

Politics Insider for Jan. 25: Canada considers sending weapons to Ukraine; a convoy of protesting truckers makes its way to Ottawa; and Erin O’Toole’s leadership gets questioned