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This week, we tested Maclean’s Genius Peter Dyakowski on everything from NBA mascots to Scrabble rules. Can you beat his 87 per cent?
This week, we tested Maclean’s Genius Peter Dyakowski on everything from the Opposition Leader’s house to People Magazine’s Sexiest Woman Alive. Can you beat his 77 per cent?
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The best time to celebrate? 9:26 and 53 seconds.
March 5: The Via terror plot trial wraps up, divers explore the remains of the Franklin expedition, and a Canadian pastor detained in N. Korea
A roundup of victories, tragedies, triumphs, disappointments, and the names making news—good or bad—this week
The Internet gets its grimy hands on a spectacular photo of a weasel trying to assault a European green woodpecker
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‘Might as well embrace it,’ Safeway says of singles event
The passing of Leonard Nimoy brings new life to the Canadian pastime of drawing Spock on our five-dollar bills
On Feb. 13: Fahmy is free, Sun News Network goes dark, Via Rail trial continues and a new poll about vaccines
Cho Hyun-ah achieved worldwide notoriety for her onboard tantrum over being served macadamia nuts in a bag instead of on a dish
In the news: L’Isle-Verte report, bail debate, Clayton Cromwell, the Canadian flag, plus an update on the father-daughter liver transplant
A rare riff on hockey from the king of late night fake TV news shows
In the news: CP Rail, crumbling infrastructure in Montreal, the Jewish Defence League, Via Rail trial and an agonizing decision in Kingston