March 7, 2016

'That's where it really hit. There are people who aren’t making it.’ 2021
National

'That's where it really hit. There are people who aren’t making it.’

The Leviathan II whale-watching ship capsized last October, killing six. For the first time, the survivors and rescuers recount how the tragedy unfolded. By Nancy Macdonald
The enigma of Frank D’angelo 4243
Society

The enigma of Frank D’angelo

Canada’s beverage baron reinvents himself as a horror film auteur
The single-women problem 4647
Society

The single-women problem

More women live alone than ever before, a seismic shift that’s changing society in unforeseen ways. So why is this experience so culturally invisible?
Fighting on empty 3435
International

Fighting on empty

Kurdish forces fought off Islamic State, but with oil wealth drying up, an even bigger threat is spreading
Trudeau’s troubled vision 3839
Economy

Trudeau’s troubled vision

The Prime Minister likes rubbing elbows with Silicon Valley, but relying on giant U.S. tech companies for jobs risks turning Canada into a branch-plant economy
CLINTON'S BLACK FIREWALL 3031
International

CLINTON'S BLACK FIREWALL

The anti-Wall Street pitch of Bernie Sanders won’t win over Greeleyville, S.C. Why a Clinton victory starts here.
THE INTERVIEW 1011
This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Loretta Lynn on what she learned from Patsy Cline, why she’s not a feminist, and whom she wants for president
LETTERS 67
This Week

LETTERS

Rather than continuing to lower interest rates and expecting a different result (The Editorial, Feb. 22), would it behoove the powers that be to consider trying something different—and raising the rates? As one of the few countries in the world where a saver could make a reasonable return on money sitting in a bank account, would that not perhaps promote international investment into Canada?
Everything must go! 5253
MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Everything must go!

To pay for pricey renos—or more desirable pieces— galleries are quietly clearing out their vaults
There's something about engineers 5051
Society

There's something about engineers

Why do so many jihadis have engineering degrees? Two researchers combed through the records to find out.
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