Emma Teitel on film festival outrage and the lows of high heels
Robert Lewis pays tribute to Kevin Doyle, who spent 11 remarkable years as Maclean’s editor-in-chief, and died at 72
A rural doctor and outdoor adventurer, he tried to scale Mount Everest three times—always without bottled oxygen
Sexist buffoonery cost Shawn Simoes his job. But you could lose yours for a lot less. Welcome to the creeping corporate takeover of our private lives.
“Here I saw an entire underground world of people I always thought of as bums, working together in a secret infrastructure…”
A doctor in Antarctica and Kuwait before settling in rural Canada, he worked long hours and delivered countless babies
The health effects of BPA remain controversial—and there is no simple way to end the debate
Fathers are the unseen victims of the work-life crunch, a growing group argues. And it’s time for everyone to fight back.
Supplies may be tight, but loyal customers are always lining up for those seal flippers
A new exhibit highlights some staggering footwear—and suggests political fashions are often linked to blurring gender lines
VC firms employ very few women—in senior roles or anywhere else—and it hurts the whole sector
Billions of dollars worth of good food is thrown away each year. Now some businesses and cities are saying no.
The rehabilitation of Jenner has already begun, but his most important accomplishment happened before that 20/20 interview
A ‘defender of the weak’, she had a strong, nurturing way about her. She helped others as a social worker and a Wiccan priestess.
The monarch can rise to 10,000 feet. But every journey has its version of airport hell with bad food.
Tabatha Southey takes snarky aim at a ‘milquetoast’ argument at the Leacock Society debate
Zahed and Najah met on opposite sides of war in Iran. This is the story of their unlikely reunion—20 years later, and a world away