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31 March 2015
In profiling the late film critic after a surgery that took his speech, Chris Jones shows that Ebert’s voice as a writer was stronger than most spoken ones.
24 March 2015
This 2007 piece from explore uses one symbol—a endangered blue frog—to tell the story of a jungle ecosystem and Aboriginal culture at a crossroads between the past and an uncertain future.
06 March 2015
On Mar. 5 Calgary’s FFWD Weekly published its last issue, the latest in a string of alt-weekly closures since 2011. As some titles fold—and others move online—what does an urban landscape lose?
03 March 2015
Fifty-seven years on, this pre-James T. Kirk profile has more to offer than when Maclean’s first ran it.
11 February 2015
“The Coolhunt” explores the strange science behind the search for fashion trends at street level.Read more
02 December 2014
The two titles already shared some content and advertisers, says publisher. The magazine will add new stringers in Yukon and Nunavut.
16 November 2014
Canada’s feminist magazine for teen girls and trans youth marks a milestone.Read more
08 November 2014
Kay is leaving the National Post, where he is currently the managing editor for comment.Read more
10 November 2014
Maclean’s won the Online News Association award for online commentary, while the Calgary Herald won in the breaking news category.

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