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Maclean's Magazine 2h
We can't address an existential threat with our fellow citizens standing in our path. They rob us of the hope we need to save ourselves and help fuel our anxiety. The rise of this anxiety and grief is bad for our mental health. It’s bad for our physical...
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Maclean's Magazine 3h
The Conservatives' key base is shifting and hardening. Increasingly, they have a new measure: are you with us or against us? As the nation becomes more and more polarized, Shannon Proudfoot looks into what on earth is going on with Canada's Right.
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Philippe J. Fournier studied the deep cosmos in grad school. Now he teaches by day and transforms into an election modelling whiz by night—sometimes all night.
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Maclean's Magazine 5h
Viral photos of politicians and CEOs working with their babies on their laps are absurd and unhelpful for real working parents. (From 2018)
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Maclean's Magazine 8h
A study looking for a remedy for abusive Twitter users reveals their psychology, and explains what their vitriol has in common with gang signs. (From the archive)
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Maclean's Magazine 16h
This mom made sure Christy Hawley and her boyfriend, Jeffrey Côté, had a road trip to remember. (From 2018)
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Maclean's Magazine 24h
Allen Abel in Washington: 50 years after the incredible Apollo 11 mission, Trump was in the Oval Office, his head in the stars but no further ahead
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 19
Paul Wells: What Canadians would like to see from their leaders is not bulls in china shops, but grown-ups. On the Food Guide fight, they fail.
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 19
Philippe J. Fournier: A raft of new polls have come out with diverging scenarios. A key takeaway: keep your eye on the big picture.
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 19
Image of the week: Four U.S. congresswomen have got the best of the U.S. president, and their reaction to his racist tweets says it all
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Jason Markusoff Jul 19
Many chapters in this ongoing saga on Canadian political cravenness would be titled Milk, methinks:
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 19
Paul Wells: What Canadians would like to see from their leaders is not bulls in china shops, but grown-ups. On the Food Guide fight, they fail.
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 19
Dennis Oland, 51, a former financial adviser was charged with second degree murder in 2013
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 19
Matt Gurney: The Chinese company’s newest ad was meant to deliver a feel-good message. It is not going over well.
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 19
Politics Insider for July 19: Poll overload, Canadian military abuse settlement and small party divisions
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 19
Politics Insider for July 19: Poll overload, Canadian military abuse settlement and small party divisions
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 18
Philippe J. Fournier: A raft of new polls have come out with diverging scenarios. A key takeaway: keep your eye on the big picture.
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 18
The gut accounts for two-thirds of our immune system. If you're feeling poorly, bad gut health could be the reason. (From the archive)
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 18
“One thing I wish people understood about accommodations is that students can live without them, but it makes life a lot harder...it's about levelling the playing field." (From 2016)
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Maclean's Magazine Jul 18
Image of the week: Four U.S. congresswomen have got the best of the U.S. President, and their reaction to his racist tweets says it all
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