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Maclean's Magazine 1h
How did the Dutch become the tallest people on the planet? (From the archive)
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The killer's former partner filed a claim against the estate, seeking damages for assault and false imprisonment, as lawyers for the families of the victims brace for a legal battle
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Shannon Proudfoot: I asked people to describe their most thunderous epiphany. After 1,400 twitter replies, it's safe to say we all discovered a lot.
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For a whole year, tourists have caught fleeting glimpses of a white-tailed deer marooned on a tiny island on the edge of the Horseshoe Falls. But don't despair for the four-legged squatter.
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Andray Domise: Harris’s status as running mate to Joe Biden is indeed historic. But representation does not imply loyalty or any degree of respect to Black and brown communities beyond the superficial.
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Maclean's Magazine 20h
The economic salve of the CERB has changed attitudes about income assistance as COVID-19 has exposed fragility in many facets of the Canadian economy—but UBI is not without its critics
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Maclean's Magazine 21h
Winnipeg has fallen for the phenomenon like no other Canadian city, allowing its parks and streetscapes to fill with tiny seeds of cheer
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Maclean's Magazine 22h
Andray Domise: Harris’s status as running mate to Joe Biden is indeed historic. But representation does not imply loyalty or any degree of respect to Black and brown communities beyond the superficial.
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Maclean's Magazine 22h
John Geddes: The painting shows 'a peaceful, rich life'. In reality, the Nazis murdered the painting's Jewish owner and the artist was on the Nazi's side.
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Maclean's Magazine 22h
Black Tea Podcast is back, and season 2 will deliver the raw, unfiltered conversations that matter most to Black Canadians, with hosts Melayna Williams and Dalton Higgins. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Presented by
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John Geddes: The painting shows 'a peaceful, rich life'. In reality, the Nazis murdered the painting's Jewish owner and the artist was on the Nazi's side.
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This fall journalism students will join j-schools across Canada to help produce its "They Were Loved" obituary project about Canadians who've died of COVID-19.
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Maclean's Magazine Aug 13
The economic salve of the CERB has changed attitudes about income assistance as COVID-19 has exposed fragility in many facets of the Canadian economy—but UBI is not without its critics
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Maclean's Magazine Aug 13
Winnipeg has fallen for the phenomenon like no other Canadian city, allowing its parks and streetscapes to fill with tiny seeds of cheer
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Maclean's Magazine Aug 13
John Geddes: The painting shows 'a peaceful, rich life'. In reality, the Nazis murdered the painting's Jewish owner and the artist was on the Nazi's side.
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Maclean's Magazine Aug 13
The pandemic has exposed Chinese Canadians to new levels of hatred and abuse. Here are just a few of their stories. Words and pictures by Jessica Lee
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Jessica Lee Aug 13
New work for : I photographed seven Chinese Canadians who shared their stories of racism that they experienced during Covid-19
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Maclean's Magazine Aug 13
Politics Insider for Aug. 13: The Bloc raises the stakes on Parliament Hill, Ontario dumps barrels of red ink onto its budget and Sparks Street begs for visitors in the middle of a pandemic
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Maclean's Magazine Aug 13
The pandemic has exposed Chinese Canadians to new levels of hatred and abuse. Here are just a few of their stories. Words and pictures by Jessica Lee
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Maclean's Magazine Aug 13
Politics Insider for Aug. 12: The anonymous knives are out for the finance minister, Carla Qualtrough has some blunt talk and get ready for a drunken invasion of Canada
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