Tina Danis

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The Making of an American Nazi

How did Andrew Anglin go from being an antiracist vegan to the alt-right’s most vicious troll and propagandist—and how might he be stopped?<p>On December 16, 2016, Tanya Gersh answered her phone and heard gunshots. Startled, she hung up. Gersh, a real-estate agent who lives in Whitefish, Montana, …

Rights & Freedoms

‘What Are We Going to Do About Tyler?’

Tyler Haire was locked up at 16. A Mississippi judge ordered that he undergo a mental exam. What happened next is a statewide scandal.<p>On Nov. 17, …

Mental Disorders

She Broke Japan’s Silence on Rape

TOKYO — It was a spring Friday night when one of Japan’s best-known television journalists invited Shiori Ito out for a drink. Her internship at a news service in Tokyo was ending, and she had inquired about another internship with his network.<p>They met at a bar in central Tokyo for grilled chicken …

The real vaccine scandal

It’s not just the anti-vaxxers—Canada’s vaccination system is a mess. How governments and parents are failing our kids.<p>Dr. Victoria Lee and her …

Elton McDonald and the incredible story behind the Toronto tunnel

Why Elton McDonald built the Toronto tunnel that captivated the world<p>The digger Elton McDonald grew up on what’s probably the toughest street in …

'It could have been me.'

<b>Nahanni Fontaine</b><br>Special adviser on Aboriginal women’s issues for the government of Manitoba<br>Sagkeeng Anicinabe First Nation, lives in Winnipeg<p>To …

Fentanyl: The king of all opiates, and a killer drug crisis

It’s stronger than heroin and more potent than OxyContin. It’s also cheap, ubiquitous, and incredibly deadly. Inside the rise of fentanyl.<p>Michael …

Medicine

Slipping Away

Robin Giles felt like she was missing a joke. It was Christmas morning in 2012, and she and her husband, Joël, were going through familiar traditions …

Vanishing Canada

Records deleted, burned, tossed in Dumpsters. A Maclean’s investigation on the crisis in government data<p>When told that his small Prairie town had, in …

Saving family no. 417

Amal Alkhalaf and her children (Dalya, 8; Ansam, 13; Ibrahim, 10) escaped ISIS-controlled territory in Syria in 2014<p>The journey of one Syrian mother, …

Canada's prisons are the 'new residential schools'

A months-long investigation reveals that at every step, Canada’s justice system is set against Indigenous people<p>Canada’s crime rate just hit a …

The relentless Terry Fox

Maclean’s archives: Terry Fox is now an icon. Back in 1980, he was just a kid trying to save the world from cancer<p><b>A feature from our archives —</b> …

Attawapiskat, and the fallout of intergenerational trauma

Award-winning author Joseph Boyden reflects on his love for places like Attawapiskat, and the desperate need for investment and education<p>Attawapiskat …

Sheryl Sandberg: 'The lessons that I only learned in death'

Facebook’s COO shares lessons in life and loss with the Class of 2016<p><b>Sheryl Sandberg’s commencement address to the University of California, Berkeley:</b><p>…

Assisted death is the new pro-choice

When does life—and a doctor’s duty—begin and end? Assisted dying is dredging up the big questions of the abortion debate, for better or worse.<p>One …

The lonely death of Chanie Wenjack

Charlie was 12, and Indigenous. He died as the white world’s rules had forced him to live—cut off from his people<p>In 1967, a <i>Maclean’s</i> cover story told …

The other residential school runaways

Two boys escaping a residential school followed tragically in the footsteps of Chanie Wenjack. Their story was forgotten. Until now.<p><i>The runaway</i> …

Thunder Bay’s divided community is haunted by its “river of tears”

A river of tears<p>Seven children, all of them Indigenous, have been pulled dead from Thunder Bay waterways since 2000, leaving a racially divided …

The new underground railroad to Canada

In the college town of Grand Forks, N.D., Osaa Ahmed would not have to hide his homosexuality like he had to in Ghana. The last full day he spent in …

Immigration

Inside the meltdown of Canada’s inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women

Lost and broken<p>The inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women is crumbling amid defections, bureaucratic chaos and personal conflict. Inside …

How a royal gift exposed sexual abuse at an elite Canadian school

From 2017: Prince Andrew wanted to memorialize his friend and former chaplain at Lakefield College School. The resulting tribute prompted Father …

Inside Lindsay Shepherd’s controversial battle over free speech on campus

What really happened at Wilfrid Laurier University<p>Inside Lindsay Shepherd’s heroic, insulting, brave, destructive, possibly naïve fight for free …

How First Nations are fighting back against the foster care system

Fighting foster care<p>The stunning number of First Nations kids in care is a new touchstone for activists—and for rebel parents<p>The baggy sweater from …

When personality changes from bad to good

Brain injury does not always result in an undesirable personality change, finds Christian Jarrett.<p>In the classic 80s rom-com Overboard, Goldie Hawn’s spoilt, selfish character suffers a brain injury in a yachting accident. As well as causing memory loss, the accident transforms her personality in …

Missile threat alert for Hawaii a false alarm; officials blame employee who pushed 'wrong button'

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> An emergency alert notification sent out on Saturday claiming a "ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii" was a false alarm, according to state leaders and emergency officials, who blamed it on an employee who "pushed the wrong button."<p>"BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO …

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