Our Ottawa bureau on the issues that matter
O’Neill’s collection of short stories is alive with talking bears, toymakers, and grandparents. But make no mistake: These fables are for adults.
This week, we tested our Genius Peter Dyakowski on everything from Bruce Lee to the Oscars. Can you beat 87 per cent?
A cult show/podcast featuring the fictional city of Newbridge, N.J., sees a revival
To get attention and votes in the 2016 presidential campaign, candidates will need to be more tech-savvy than ever—and ruthless, too
Parks Canada divers explored the sunken remains of HMS Erebus.
After years of being banned, or worse, Bruce LaBruce earns a New York retrospective
And other letters from Maclean’s readers
A roundup of victories, tragedies, triumphs, disappointments, and the names making news—good or bad—this week
The new memoir from Glenn Gould Prize winner Philip Glass knits together his pilgrim narratives
He was a tireless worker who spent years as a logger in northern Ontario—a place he and his wife called God’s country
Liberal deputy leader Ralph Goodale discusses the current state of the economy and the Liberal economic vision
A roundup of morning news from Maclean’s and GlobalPost