Have you ever wondered how “walkable” your city is in comparison to other Canadian cities? Or about how the quality of its transit system stacks up? If you have, you’re kind of a weirdo. But you’re a weirdo who’s in luck!
Director Tatia PIlieva got 20 perfect strangers together and paired them up to make out.
It is, surely, the most important sociopolitical victory Canada has ever scored. The White House, shamefaced in defeat, sent two cases of beer to the Canadian government after the American men’s and women’s hockey teams both suffered crushing defeats at the hands of their Canadian counterparts during the Winter Olympics earlier this year.
In case you’re still spending energy getting around the Globe and Mail paywall, editor John Stackhouse gives you good reason to become a paying subscriber.
Let’s put together a hypothetical scenario. Let’s say you’re five dudes attending the University of Ottawa, and you decide to express your collective dissatisfaction with the leadership of 24 year-old student federation leader Anne-Marie Roy in the middle of student federation elections.
If Rob Ford had any grace, he would retire after the humiliation he suffered at the hands of Jimmy Kimmel on his ABC show Monday night.
Last month, Governor John Hickenlooper of Colorado released the first official estimate on what the Mile High State expects to make from legal marijuana sales. The result? According the Associated Press, “Colorado’s legal marijuana market is far exceeding tax expectations.” Booya!
Freedom of information laws are the kind of thing that many people either don’t know about at all or are only peripherally aware of, but they are fundamental to the maintenance of a free and open society. They’re like the load-bearing beams of democracy.
Canadian Senator Colin Kenny has a long history of creeping women out. The latest incident is an allegation of sexual harassment from a former member of the Liberal senator’s staff.
Thank god he had a camera in the cockpit.
As the Olympic men’s gold medal game approaches at an ungodly early hour, it’s important for Canadian hockey fans to take a moment and reflect on some wisdom from on high. Don Cherry knows hockey. Don Cherry knows dogs. And Don Cherry knows… floppy animal hats?
Maclean’s columnist Colby Cosh wants everyone to calm down about LGBT rights in Russia, where you can still “suck another dude off” with no problem, so what’s the big deal?
Who knew that an upside of a relentless campaign of drone bombings would be that Barack Obama is now the ultimate symbol of dominance and virility in Pakistan?
The rights of transgender people are enjoying something of a moment in the sun. It may have begun early in 2013 when Orange is the New Black was released on Netflix, featuring a trans character played by real-life transwoman Laverne Cox. And just in time for this momentous groundswell of publicity for transgender issues comes Margaret Wente, who thrice-weekly likes to share her thoughts with Canada. She’s got some surprising opinions, and she’s really going against the grain. You know, speaking truth to power. Journalist stuff.
It’s Valentine’s Day! That’s pretty cool and everything, but lots of people just aren’t into it. Which is also cool, I guess. Here’s a song that will be appropriate for either sentiment.