The ‘Moonlight’-‘La La Land’ mistake is an absolute nightmare for an Academy that is now left exposed in an impossible situation
February 27th, 2017 20 comments
Many world leaders need America—but regard Trump as potential political poison. Abe and Trudeau may have offered a new way forward.
February 13th, 2017 5 comments
Allan Reid, the head of CARAS, on Canada’s musical and political moment, and the criticisms that the Juno Awards are too male
February 9th, 2017 2 comments
The New England Patriots head to the Super Bowl with the spectre of Trump hanging overhead. But it’s okay to turn off your political brain for the big game.
February 4th, 2017 2 comments
It’s good to be tall, even in U.S. politics, as a comparison of presidential height to the average height of the American male reveals
Despite RBC nabbing a big name, it’s hard to be optimistic that the stars of a hot, made-in-Canada tech field won’t decamp to the U.S. anyway
January 18th, 2017 2 comments
Outrage over a student union’s alleged call for a ban on white thinkers is misplaced—and shows even philosophy isn’t immune to the toxic political climate
January 12th, 2017 5 comments
Maclean’s music critics name their favourite albums of 2016 and highlight the Canadian artists that mattered this year
The writer and CEO of the Institute for Canadian Citizenship takes our rapid-fire test and fetes sunrises
The renegade culinary writer on fatherhood, cooking’s bad-boy culture, Canada’s restaurant scene, and his new cookbook
October 31st, 2016 1 comment
The man who plays ‘Appa’ in Kim’s Convenience launches into a passionate argument about accents on TV
A sitcom like CBC’s Kim’s Convenience is long overdue on Canada’s TVs—and it’s taking advantage of its big shot
October 10th, 2016 7 comments
The Blue Jays fan who threw a beer at the Orioles game was wrong. But the police response may be even worse.
October 5th, 2016 14 comments
Google’s new Pixel phone feels like a shot at Apple’s iPhone. But perhaps more importantly, it shores up Google’s software sovereignty—and its AI future