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Surprising, elegantly drawn, charming and funny, Maclean's obituaries have earned a huge following over the years. The End moves beyond the famous personalities whose deaths make news, instead choosing to celebrate the quiet lives of Canadians across the country. There is the story of twin brothers Paul and Morris Longmire, who bought side-by-side houses in rural Nova Scotia and died at age 77 as they had lived, together. This collection of the best of the year includes writing from some of our finest writers. Their pieces tell the stories of an eclectic mix of men and women from coast to coast, and in so doing, paint a vivid and affectionate portrait of Canadian life.

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