From picking mates to politicians, new research says the bias toward attractiveness has ugly results
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It takes a village
Inside the Toronto Zoo’s heroic, expensive—often downright bizarre—effort to raise twin panda babies
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So, not so easy after all
When the premiers balked at a pan-Canadian tax on carbon, the Prime Minister was left to speak vaguely of‘mechanisms’ to limit Canadian emissions. Is a cohesive national plan even possible?
By JOHN GEDDES11 min
Donald Trump doesn’t just admire Vladimir Putin, he emulates him. What the disturbing parallels tell us about the Donald’s rise and how he’d rule.
By Jonathon Gatehouse11 min
A drive-through province
An economy in free fall, more deaths than births and an ugly language war to rival Quebec's. Can anything save New Brunswick?
By MARTIN PATRIQUIN10 min
A step in the wrong direction
Efforts to fix Afghanistan have been a colossal disappointment. 2016 will be its make-or-break year.
By SALLY ARMSTRONG10 min
In praise of Frankenfood
More scientists are coming around to the safety of genetically modified foods. Why are environmentalists, who preach the science of climate change, not listening?
By CHRIS SORENSEN9 min
It appears that Maclean’s plans to churn out regular editorials over the next year or so espousing the danger of any changes to our electoral system and championing the status quo of first-past-thepost (The Editorial, March 7). Fundamental to your latest opinion piece is that our current electoral system exhibits no evidence of being broken.
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