A family member carries a patient who is having difficulty in breathing, to a free oxygen support centre being run by a Gurudwara, a place of worship for Sikhs amid Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic on the outskirts of New Delhi on May 10, 2021. (Arun Sankar/AFP/Getty Images)

Desperately trying to outrun COVID in India

Image of the Week: Communities and individuals are increasingly left on their own to fight the virus, care for the sick and dispose of the dead
TOPSHOT - A Covid-19 cornavirus patient is shifted to a ward after being admitted at the GTB hospital in New Delhi on April 29, 2021. (Photo by Prakash SINGH / AFP) (Photo by PRAKASH SINGH/AFP via Getty Images)

15 ways to help India during the devastating second wave of COVID-19

Where you can donate to provide PPE, food and oxygen in India as it faces a dangerous surge in cases
Prime Minister Narendra Modi And Secretary General Of United Nations Antonio Guterres Inaugurate The 2nd Global RE-INVEST 2018

India is putting Canada’s climate change plan to shame

As India is celebrated as a global leader in the fight against climate change, Canada is missing its targets badly—and needs a far more ambitious plan to do its part

A glimmer of hope in the Pakistan-India conflict

Adnan R. Khan: There are signs of a schism growing between the Pakistani army and the militants it created who set off the latest tensions

Mr. Scheer goes to India, for some reason

Murad Hemmadi: The opposition leader is following the Prime Minister to South Asia, but it doesn’t seem like there’s much for him to do there. Get ready for more photo ops, only this time in a suit

The G7 should become the G8 again—with India in the fold

Opinion: If the G7 nations want to keep to their mandate as the global economy’s hub shifts to the Pacific, they should use this summit to woo India
House of Commons of Canada

MPs finally stop voting after overnight Conservative filibuster

Conservatives are hoping a marathon of votes will force a Liberal advisor to face MPs

A reader’s guide to the Air India bombing and the bloody conflict that preceded it

From the archives: These eight stories from the Maclean’s archive dating back to 1982 help explain the background to Canada’s deadliest terror attack
Justin Trudeau

Is it time to change up Team Trudeau?

Stephen Maher: The PM can’t afford more sloppy mistakes and he may not be getting the stern warnings he needs to rein in his worst impulses
Justin Trudeau

Has Trudeau reached a tipping point? A new poll shows his support slipping.

An Abacus Data survey finds the PM’s popularity and Liberal support dipping, with the blame falling squarely on the disastrous trip to India