Trudeau, Joly and Canada's (un)diplomatic corps
Paul Wells: Canada needs new ambassadors in Beijing and Paris, and the career diplomats are likely to face stiff competition from political appointees
How an Iqaluit mom's TikTok videos turned her home into a de facto food bank
Why is Canada playing in the 2022 Beijing Olympics?
Autumn Peltier on youth activism, challenging Trudeau, and a future in politics
Omicron variant will likely be worse than Delta, according to early research
Paul Wells: The biggest question in Canadian politics in 2022 is whether Trudeau will still be PM when the year is done. The Grits may be forced to consider life after him—and what they even stand for without him.
Erin O'Toole is going down swinging—at his own party
Erin O'Toole's numbers fall back to pre-election levels: 338Canada
'If I had known what it meant for a woman to invade a man’s world I wouldn’t have been able to face it'
The last gasp of the anti-carbon taxers
Poet laureates from across the country wrote about the upcoming year for Maclean's. Here's what they had to say about 2022.