October 1, 2020

National

FROM WE TO THEY

Society

Have a little hope

National

Being Black in hockey

FROM WE TO THEY 2627
National

FROM WE TO THEY

The charity invented by an earnest 12-year-old finds itself engulfed in a cynical, star-studded cronyism scandal. How on earth did we get here?

Have a little hope 8081
Society

Have a little hope

The planet is burning, the pandemic runs rampant, millions of refugees are adrift from their homes and Black and Indigenous lives are under constant threat. Now is no time to give up.

Being Black in hockey 5051
National

Being Black in hockey

Nine hockey players on what it's like to love a sport that doesn't love them back.

The fight for what’s right 3637
National

The fight for what’s right

Betrayed by politicians, they forced an inquiry into the Nova Scotia shooting. Here is how they won.
WILL THEY EVER BE BACK? 6667
Economy

WILL THEY EVER BE BACK?

The pandemic dealt universities a financial blow that could drive overdue change
Loved, feared and never ignored 110111
Society

Loved, feared and never ignored

Maclean’s icon Allan Fotheringham, dead at 87, was a pugnacious wit who couldn’t hide his love for Canada
Bold solutions! Our big chance! 2223
National

Bold solutions! Our big chance!

The Prime Minister calls this a time of 'unprecedented opportunity.' Will Canadians agree?
THE GOP AFTER TRUMP 6263
International

THE GOP AFTER TRUMP

Win or lose this fall, the Republicans are at a crossroads. Do they double down on Trumpism? Or try to put it behind them?
They Were Loved 4849
National

They Were Loved

Our ongoing project to pay tribute to every single Canadian lost to COVID-19, in partnership with Carleton University’s Future of Journalism Initiative

LETTERS 67

LETTERS

Critical listening Royson James’s profile of Donovan Bailey is timely, comprehensive and beautifully written, but I lost interest in, and compassion for, the subject partway through when I hit the quote “You need Black men at the decision-making tables at all levels” (“Listen to Donovan Bailey,” Racism, August 2020).
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