After she wrote of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s increasingly tiresome reliance on his own physicality, Anne Kingston heard from readers — a lot.
In one day, Justin Trudeau’s physical prowess went from being a national pride to a sign of a sinister, dark side
May 20th, 2016 9 comments
Read a transcript of Jian Ghomeshi accuser Kathryn Borel’s long, exclusive conversation with Maclean’s
May 15th, 2016 1 comment
Anne Kingston talks with Kathryn Borel about Jian Ghomeshi, the CBC, her day in court, and her 18-month journey from unnamed Ghomeshi complainant to front-page advocate.
We heard directly from Jian Ghomeshi for the first time since that first infamous Facebook post, and if he’s to be believed, it’s a transformed Ghomeshi who’s speaking
May 11th, 2016 34 comments
Shannon Meyer on the history of the slimming, safe, versatile wardrobe staple
‘They were ready,’ says one fire expert who knows firsthand what it’s like to fight an unpredictable wildfire
The french-fry heiress, the culture czar, and the divorce that’s sending shockwaves through the Canadian arts world
Diane Schoemperlen’s tortuous six-year relationship with a convicted killer
Anne Kingston on four key differences in the courtroom at Toronto’s old city hall
April 15th, 2016 23 comments
Anne Kingston on why hair is the perfect barometer of the pressing issues in the current U.S. election
April 3rd, 2016 7 comments
Maclean’s watched Ghomeshi’s first sex-assault trial from beginning to end.
April 2nd, 2016 10 comments
The feminist icon on the interconnectivity of social movements
March 31st, 2016 2 comments