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#267 Consequence Culture

June 25, 2020

Can you really be “cancelled” if you still have a platform? A look at Margaret Wente, Wendy Mesley, and the Mulroneys. And was the Nova Scotia shooter an RCMP informant?

Rex Murphy Vs. A Dead Guy

January 2, 2019

The Canadian government owns up to treaty obligations after 168 years, Maclean’s staff puts in a bid to buy the magazine, and Rex Murphy kicks a journalist while they’re dead.

The Paunch Resistance

November 14, 2018

The most controversial Maclean’s cover in years, Ontario Proud’s leaked fundraising documents, and Justin Trudeau becomes the latest champion of the free press.

The Curious Case Of Maclean’s Government Grants

January 26, 2018

As the Liberals prepare to expand the Canada Periodical Fund, we look at the vagaries of an opaque system.

Tabatha Southey Heads To Maclean’s, Opens Up About The Globe

October 24, 2017

“I was a freelancer, and making fun of Margaret Wente on Twitter is a national pastime, so it was a bit like being told, ‘Sure, you can work for us sometimes, but you can’t watch hockey.'”

SHORT CUTS – Arctic DNA

August 10, 2017

Joseph Boyden has emerged from his winter burrow like a collared lemming (it’s an arctic mammal — look it up!) to plug his forthcoming book weigh in again on questions of his Indigenous ancestry. Despite his insistence that his connection to — and friendship with — Indigenous communities should automatically confer some sort of Indigenous … Continued

Joseph Boyden Won’t Find Indigenous Identity In A Test Tube Of Spit

August 4, 2017

To be First Nations, you must first belong to a nation.

Summer Dump

July 24, 2017

New facts about Andrew Potter’s abrupt departure from McGill after his Maclean’s diatribe about Quebec, and what happened after Leah McLaren’s column about attempting to breastfeed Michael Chong’s baby was spiked.

Rogers Appears To Have Kept Grants For Magazines It No Longer Operates

June 29, 2017

The company closed, sold off, or cut back on each of the 16 publications that had received federal grant money for the entire year

SHORT CUTS – Imagine If Your Daughter Was Eaten By Otters

June 8, 2017

Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland stands up to the sole remaining global superpower like a newborn kitten taking on Galactus. Somewhere between 10 and 5,000 freedom-loving citizens descend on Parliament Hill to rail against Trudeau, refugees, Islam, you name it. Of course, close to 10,000 attended the most recent pro-marijuana rally, proving that Canadians love pot … Continued

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