He grew up in Montreal’s Anglo establishment, spending summers at the yacht club. Now he’s the left-wing firebrand remaking Canadian politics. The life and times of the leader of the official Opposition.By John Geddes30 min
Plus, a mordantly funny new novel, the murder of the century, the rise of Ticketmaster, juicy tales of unhinged stars and Susie Moloney’s suburban witchesBy ANNE KINGSTON, MARNI JACKSON, Brian Bethune, CHRIS SORENSEN, Brian D. Johnson, JEN CUTTS9 min
Q: Not presuming any outcomes, but what would a Canadian team winning the Stanley Cup after such an extended period of time mean for the game of hockey? A: I think it would be tremendously exciting for fans of the Canucks. But in the final analysis, who wins the Cup isn’t as important as how good the final was—how exciting, how dramatic, how entertaining, how skilful.By JONATHON GATEHOUSE7 min
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