December 25, 2000

MACLEAN’S/GLOBAL POLL

We Are Canadian

25 YEARS

Then and Now

Films

Holiday Escapades

We Are Canadian 2627
MACLEAN’S/GLOBAL POLL

We Are Canadian

The 17th year-end poll finds a confident population shifting its focus towards renovating the social safety net. Tax relief can wait—it is time to fix health care and other problems.
Then and Now 5859
25 YEARS

Then and Now

Our minds and bodies may be better, but our hearts are not
Holiday Escapades 148149
Films

Holiday Escapades

Tales of self-absorbed men enjoying mid-life epiphanies dominate this season’s fare
Victory at Last 108109
World

Victory at Last

George W. Bush finally captures the U. S. presidency after a turbulent and divisive post-election battle that lasted 36 days
The Market Czar 134135
Business

The Market Czar

David Brown has given Canada’s top securities watchdog a lot more bite
Public Pillow Talk 3839
MACLEAN’S/GLOBAL POLL

Public Pillow Talk

Larry Janzen, a married, 47-year-old farmer who lives near North Batdeford, Sask., is positively mesmerizing when he talks about the rutting habits of his elk herd. During their mating season, he says, his bulls lose up to 300 lb. from their 1,100-lb. frames.
Politics, Social Attitudes and Sex 5253
MACLEAN’S/GLOBAL POLL

Politics, Social Attitudes and Sex

The poll examines core values and erotic fantasies
Paying the Price 4849
MACLEAN’S /GLOBAL POLL

Paying the Price

User fees and two-tier. Are Canadians ready for fundamental changes to health care?
A Time to Act 4445
MACLEAN’S /GLOBAL POLL

A Time to Act

Tax cuts can wait. Canadians want to see their governments spending again.
Times of Change 6465
25 YEARS

Times of Change

Looking back through the 25 years since Maclean’s became a newsmagazine, some things prompt the old French cliché that plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose or, in free translation, the more things change, the more they are the same. The bilingualism issue, for example.
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