December 1, 2014

THE POWER LIST

THE POWER ISSUE

This Week

THE INTERVIEW

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THE POWER LIST

THE POWER ISSUE

THE 50 MOST IMPORTANT PEOPLE IN CANADA
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This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell on John Lennon, Georgia and O'Keeffe the Kardashians, as well as the men she loved, jazz and her life in B.C.
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THE POWER LIST

PARLIAMENTARIANS OF THE YEAR

A Maclean’s exclusive: From the most knowledgeable to the most collegial, from the hardest-working to the rising star, here are Canada’s top MPs, as selected by their peers
How to bounce back from disaster 7677
MACLEAN’S BACK PAGES

How to bounce back from disaster

Plus an odd and thrilling true-crime story from an Australian humourist, a manifesto for historians, a vet's ode to Newfoundland, and Sophia Loren
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International

Burying keystone

In the end, a long-awaited Senate vote on the oil sands pipeline was all about U.S. politics. Why that could spell more bad news for Alberta.
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MACLEAN’S BACK PAGES

Oy vey, that’s not funny

Modern comedy was shaped by Jews. That’s ancient history now.
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Society

BANNING BLANC

The call to keep a pickup artist out of Canada stokes flames feminists want to extinguish
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This Week

NO HAS ALWAYS MEANT NO IN OUR SOCIETY

IN THE CURRENT hysteria media, I find some solace in Truth and Lies in Literature. Vizinczey, a Canadian citizen resident abroad, would not bother with so hopeless an endeavour as trying to bring reason to the Jian Ghomeshi affair and medieval arguments about the meaning of consent, but I’m pretty sure he would have imploded after listening to last week’s Giller prize-winner making an impassioned plea to “believe women” in a veiled reference to Jian’s troubles.
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This Week

THE EDITORIAL

Canada’s agricultural land is being subsumed by development around our biggest cities. But protecting that land comes with its own problems.
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International

Selling a cure for cancer

Britain’s most famous ad man is on a crusade to end cancer. Health experts say he’s doing more harm than good.
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