The new Tory leader invoked John Diefenbaker’s story this week. He should be careful—it’s really more a cautionary tale.
But can he persuade Canadians the Liberals mean “pain and hardship” when the economy looks healthy?
May 27th, 2017 4 comments
At least one guy was at the Tory leadership event and the anime festival next door
May 27th, 2017 2 comments
But Bernier’s likely nearest rival, Andrew Scheer, rose to the occasion in front of the Tory crowd
May 26th, 2017 6 comments
From Leitch’s provocations, to O’Leary’s exit, to Bernier’s sustained traction, an intriguing contest is coming down to the wire
May 24th, 2017 4 comments
The timeless literary criticism of Northrop Frye makes sense of the president’s odd, clichéd ‘tantrum style’ of public speaking
Trudeau’s team, once touted as star-studded, is badly underperforming—and the pressure’s now on to deliver
The Liberal innovation minister on how he’ll pitch the ‘supercluster’ plan, picking economic winners and what really motivates him
Join Maclean’s for a Hot Docs Q&A with Ian Binnie to explore our Charter in a unique event, live in Toronto or on macleans.ca on Apr. 29
Chong says Maxime Bernier’s ‘extreme vision’ would hand Trudeau’s Liberals the next election
Michael Coates says that judgment was behind O’Leary’s surprise decision to drop out of the race
Or does Trump mean Lumber V won’t be like I, II, III and IV? A look at the ‘mutating bacteria’ of a high-stakes trade dispute.