Photography by Wei Xu

How miniaturists are making tiny design dreams come true

Inside the dopamine-inducing subculture of marvellously micro spaces
(Courtesy of Rosalie Villanueva)

Flower gowns, anyone? These trends are giving floristry new life

International fairs, botanical wearables and a farm-to-table movement are reinvigorating the floral industry
A man holds a Quebec flag as people gather in a city park on St-Jean Baptiste Day in Montreal on June 24, 2020. (Graham Hughes/CP)

Millennial and Gen Z francophones don’t value Quebec nationalism

In stark contrast to baby boomers who not only identify as Quebecers first but also believe the provincial government best represents their interests

Inside the corrosive new generational blame game

The generational divide is society’s new battleground, pitting boomers against millennials and everyone in between. Who’s really to blame?
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What defines your generation? 16 Canadians weigh in

Prominent baby boomers, Gen Xers, millennials and Gen Zs speak up about what it means to be from their cohort

Why this month’s Maclean’s magazine has two covers

Our editorial: Generational friction is cyclical. It’s with that in mind, the magazine this month captured two faces of a multi-sided conflict.

’Directionless and lost’: What it means to be a millennial

Alicia Elliott: "We’ve become a generation of Cinderellas, told to wait for a glass slipper that no longer exists"
Jenniffer Meng in her bedroom. (Photograph by May Truong)

’Don’t you see yourself in us?’: What it means to be Gen Z

Jenniffer Meng: When other generations see students expressing discontent with budget cuts to education or raising awareness about rising temperatures, I wonder, do they not see what we are fighting for?
Don Gillmor in his home office. (Photograph by May Truong)

’We had good intentions but we fell short’: What it means to be a baby boomer

Don Gillmor: We strived for a better world. And then we grew up. And now, politically, the world looks like the episode of ’The Simpsons’ where the dim-witted Homer blows up Springfield.

Why intergenerational warfare is a mug’s game

Anne Kingston: It stokes stereotyping and ageism, and dehumanizes at a moment when collaboration and cooperation are needed. Who needs it?