Slaney, for MacLeans 2 copy

My husband is immunocompromised—and we’re still quarantining. Here’s what it’s like.

“Everyone around us has moved on, but for us it feels like March of 2020 all over again.”
(Photography by Wade Hudson)

Moderna’s Patricia Gauthier is preparing Canada for the next pandemic

The company’s first Canadian general manager is laying the groundwork for the country to become a leader in vaccine production
Dog looking guilty

Pandemic puppies have a major anxiety problem

All those dogs Canadians adopted during the pandemic? They’re a little undersocialized now.
Lewis speaks during the CPC English debate in Toronto, June 18, 2020. (Tijana Martin/The Canadian Press)

Leslyn Lewis announces a run for the Conservative leadership

Politics Insider for March 9: Another CPC hopeful joins the fray; a major warning from NATO; Ontario to end mask mandates
Ottawa Police Chief Peter Sloly speaks at a news conference in Ottawa, Feb. 4, 2022. (Justin Tang/The Canadian Press)

The tumult in Ottawa rages on

Politics Insider for Feb. 16: Ottawa’s police chief steps down; the Coutts blockade disperses; Doug Ford holds a no-holds-barred press conference

A brilliant scientist was mysteriously fired from a Winnipeg virus lab. No one knows why.

She was escorted away by the RCMP more than two years ago, sparking international controversy. What really happened to Xiangguo Qiu?
A trucker supporter sits on a couch as they block the access leading from the Ambassador Bridge, linking Detroit and Windsor, Windsor, Ont., February 9, 2022. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press)

Windsor mayor and police chief say they can’t clear the border blockade

Politics Insider for Feb. 10: Protestors in Alberta defiantly stay put; Canadians are losing trust in their leaders; another Liberal MP sides with Joël Lightbound
Courtesy of Leah Hennel/AHS; Steve Russell; Darren Calabrese; Sarah Dea; Yasmin Yassin; (Steve Russell/Toronto Star/Getty Images; Christie Vuong; Cynthia Edorh; Blair Gable)

Their children’s lives have gone interrupted for years. Parents are fighting for a return to normalcy.

Hapless political leaders are experiencing the Old Testament wrath of moms and dads. Here’s why fed-up parents are on the Maclean’s Power List this year.
O’Toole leaves a news conference, Jan. 24, 2022 in Ottawa. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press)

The grassroots action against Erin O’Toole’s leadership has begun

Politics Insider for Jan. 26: Pierre Poilievre is poised to take over from O’Toole; Ottawa stands it ground on vaccine mandates for truckers; an MP pushes the government to improve its global vaccination efforts
Parliament Hill’s Centre Block in Ottawa, Jan. 17, 2022. (Justin Tang/The Canadian Press)

Global Affairs Canada is under ’cyber attack’

Politics Insider for Jan. 25: Canada considers sending weapons to Ukraine; a convoy of protesting truckers makes its way to Ottawa; and Erin O’Toole’s leadership gets questioned