The mass protests appear to be winding down peacefully, without a shot fired—and, to the protesters, that’s proof they now hold the power
Jonathon Gatehouse on the Hong Kong anti-protest protester who threatened to throw himself off a bridge
Maclean’s correspondent Jonathon Gatehouse reports from Hong Kong where 50,000 protesters are packed into a tiny quadrant.
October 4th, 2014 1 comment
The NHL had only one official’s job open this year. Graham Skilliter got it.
The determined Toronto Maple Leafs captain vows that this year will be different. Fans definitely hope he’s right.
Marc and Jodie Emery on life in jail, their role in the legalization movement and the plan to seek ‘political revenge’
August 8th, 2014 9 comments
A break in fighting in Gaza hasn’t brought peace, it has moved the war to a new arena—the courts
‘We’re now in communication,’ Karen Duffy says. ‘I’m very happy about it’
Jonathon Gatehouse explains how it might be a criminal act to take that $90,000 cheque — but not to write it
July 17th, 2014 6 comments
Jonathon Gatehouse travelled to Gaza in 2005, where he met with Hamas leader Mahmoud Al-Zahar
Update, July 22: Karen Duffy tells Maclean’s she heard from the disgraced Senator earlier today
July 15th, 2014 8 comments