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"great" being a relative term there.

Corel Painter and CorelCAD are still available for Mac, but CorelDRAW for Mac was last produced in 2002 (I wrote a review of it, actually).

You can of course run CorelDRAW on your Mac anyway, using the Windows version and a virtualiser program like VirtualBox, Parallels or VMWare Fusion (I should think the latter would be your best bet). The latter two programs have "integration" modes where the Windows app appears to just open and run like a normal Mac program, making its use fairly seamless.
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