Colby Cosh on what happened when Jian Ghomeshi ran out of options
Scandal-ridden talk-show hosts get a kind of support not often given to celebrities
The Maclean’s Bachelor Panel on the meaning of ‘I love you,’ and other semantics
For this Giller shortlisted author, when a true tale is almost unbelievable, perhaps it’s best reimagined as a philosophical love story
The world’s leading superhero film producer announces four years’ worth of obscure characters who will soon be popular.
When Robin Williams died, we promised to tackle the stigma of mental illness. So why do we mock Amanda Bynes?
An ode to Eaton’s by a U.S. writer traces the clan’s eerie similarities to the Crawleys
A new show presents to the U.K.—and us—a Carr unknown
Ottawa author Frances Itani contemplates all that might be lost in the aftermath
Characters, clans, plot twists, plus emotional turmoil, spiced with sex and death.
Warts and all, a comprehensive and accurate account of a life
This strangely mesmerizing tale of an Irish widow is a literary triumph, writes Anne Kingston
From the Nov. 3 issue, as compiled by Books editor Brian Bethune
It’s not making out with the pub server that gets you, it’s the cover-up
The acclaimed novelist’s memoir is an insider’s experience of a misunderstood continent
In this excerpt from his new memoir, the Canadian rock troubadour icon revisits one of his deepest passions: cars
After the Senate scandal, Stephen Harper faced the greatest test of his power yet. The story of his fight back.