Zahed and Najah met on opposite sides of war in Iran. This is the story of their unlikely reunion—20 years later, and a world away
Why the Liberals’ Quebec wing—essential to its hopes of an election win—is in disarray
The confirmed presence of extraterrestrials would give a much-needed boost to the presidency of Barack Obama, writes Scott Feschuk
Week 3: A court reporter, a cartoonist and Yoda
7 days in 15 photos
Tens of thousands spend the night in the open under a chilly and thunderous sky after a powerful earthquake devastated their homes
In the latest issue of Maclean’s, Michael Friscolanti takes us inside the family that inspired us all—as well as inspiring change across North America
It was supposed to be a coronation in Alberta. Paul Wells on how Jim Prentice got here, and whether he can prove the polls wrong
We’re adding a new podcast to our family. Join hosts Anne Kingston and Brian Bethune this week for frank talks on CanLit, Günter Grass and more
Also: Hear from #duffytrial’s courtroom artist
Our pop-culture podcast asks Raffi what makes a great kids’ entertainer, discusses Ben Affleck’s fiasco, and reveals our first pop-culture crushes
Day 14: Nick Köhler on Nicole Proulx’s defiant stand in the witness box
Desperate to free his notorious client, an Edmonton lawyer offers a key to his house
Our bureau on the week in Ottawa
One hundred years on, denial of the Armenian Genocide continues, but the tide of history is finally turning
Editorial: It’s time for civic-minded organizations to start proposing all kinds of debates. Maclean’s would be happy to host the first one.
Find everything you need to know about the 2015 budget in our special tablet edition. A free edition coming soon to our digital newsstands.
This week, we tested our Genius Peter Dyakowski on everything from the Great Lakes to the NBA. Can you beat his 67 per cent?