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Bombardier sells stake in CSeries aircraft to Airbus

The two aircraft manufacturers announced the partnership Monday evening, weeks after the United States announced 300 per cent preliminary duties on exports of the CSeries The post Bombardier sells stake in CSeries aircraft to Airbus appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Trudeau's pandering small business tax cut will do nothing for the economy

Opinion: If the Liberals really wanted to help the economy, they'd design a policy with ambitious entrepreneurs in mind—not an army of small-business owners content to stay that way The post Trudeau's pandering small business tax cut will do nothing for the economy appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Why men who sexually harass and assault women must come forward

Hashtags like #MeToo have helped reveal the scope of sexual harassment and violence women face. But that's only half of the equation. The post Why men who sexually harass and assault women must come forward appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Ken Dryden on how Gary Bettman can help fix hockey

Hockey legend Ken Dryden on his new hockey book and the simple rule changes that could ease the number of concussions plaguing the sport. The post Ken Dryden on how Gary Bettman can help fix hockey appeared first on Macleans.ca.

The man behind 'The Big Short' sees trouble in Canada

The post The man behind 'The Big Short' sees trouble in Canada appeared first on Macleans.ca.

The Prime Minister's tax reform damage control tour

In Stouffville, Ont., Trudeau took over from Bill Morneau, unveiling a tax cut and some new messaging around an unravelling tax plan The post The Prime Minister's tax reform damage control tour appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Does Ontario's Black Youth Action Plan do enough?

Opinion: The Ontario government's plan to invest in Black youth is a good first step—but it still fails to untangle many of the wider systemic issues at play The post Does Ontario's Black Youth Action Plan do enough? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Canada's economy enters a 'Goldilocks' phase

Econ-o-metric: GDP growth slows to a sustainable rate. Not too hot, not too cold. It's just right. The post Canada's economy enters a 'Goldilocks' phase appeared first on Macleans.ca.

A Liberal small-business tax maverick basks in the moment

New Brunswick MP Wayne Long says backbench grinders are finally being heard by Liberal stars The post A Liberal small-business tax maverick basks in the moment appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Donald Trump and our crisis of loneliness

Scott Gilmore: Surveys reveal that people are living increasingly isolated existences, and it may help explain the rise of far-right politics The post Donald Trump and our crisis of loneliness appeared first on Macleans.ca.

What's the best cup of coffee in Canada? Vote here.

… The post What's the best cup of coffee in Canada? Vote here. appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Liberals to announce small business tax cut

In the wake of controversy over tax reform, Trudeau set to reduce small business tax rate to nine per cent from 11 per cent The post Liberals to announce small business tax cut appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Nations ponder how to deal with Trump's 'withdrawal doctrine'

The international community watches as the U.S. shocks with NAFTA demands, looking for clues to Trump's larger plan The post Nations ponder how to deal with Trump's 'withdrawal doctrine' appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Here's how Gary Bettman can fix hockey. It's easy.

Hockey legend Ken Dryden on his new hockey book and the simple rule changes that could ease the number of concussions in his beloved game The post Here's how Gary Bettman can fix hockey. It's easy. appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Ken Dryden: The outrageous, embarrassing, unmissable problem with hockey

"Different decisions have to be made, and decision-makers have to be willing to make them." The post Ken Dryden: The outrageous, embarrassing, unmissable problem with hockey appeared first on Macleans.ca.

The flu is a big deal for Canada's aging population

It's that time of year again: flu season. This year, specially-designed vaccines for Canadians over the age of 65 are recommended to provide additional protection. The post The flu is a big deal for Canada's aging population appeared first on Macleans.ca.

My life with dystonia

50,000 patients in Canada suffer from dystonia, a neurological movement disorder that affects the nervous system. The post My life with dystonia appeared first on Macleans.ca.

How hormone therapy has been misunderstood

For women of menopausal age, there are good options to reduce the symptoms of menopause, but there is also a lot of conflicting information out there. Women have to be prepared to educate themselves and advocate for themselves if they want to get appropriate treatment. The post How hormone therapy ...

It's never too early to start thinking about menopause

A healthy, proactive approach to menopause can lessen discomfort and help ease symptoms for Canadian women. The post It's never too early to start thinking about menopause appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Harvey Weinstein ousted from motion picture academy

The Academy says it is sending a message that 'sexually predatory behaviour' in the film industry is over The post Harvey Weinstein ousted from motion picture academy appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Steve Bannon: 'Nobody can run and hide' in Republican establishment

Trump's former chief strategist is promoting a field of potential primary challengers to take on disfavoured Republicans in Congress The post Steve Bannon: 'Nobody can run and hide' in Republican establishment appeared first on Macleans.ca.

What Mexico really wants from a free trade deal: respect

With a new powerhouse ambassador to the WTO and efforts to diversify trading partners, Mexico is preparing for life after NAFTA The post What Mexico really wants from a free trade deal: respect appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Joshua Boyle speaks out about years held hostage by Taliban-linked group

Boyle says those who kidnapped him and his wife Caitlan Coleman may have seen her pregnancy as a 'get-rich-quick scam' The post Joshua Boyle speaks out about years held hostage by Taliban-linked group appeared first on Macleans.ca.

In the U.S.'s debate over free-speech politics, Black Americans lose

Andray Domise: When Black Americans get political, they're punished—an oppression reinforced by deputized everyday citizens and silence The post In the U.S.'s debate over free-speech politics, Black Americans lose appeared first on Macleans.ca.

NAFTA, tax troubles, political cartooning: Maclean's on the Hill

Your weekly briefing on all things Parliament Hill, produced in the Maclean's Ottawa bureau The post NAFTA, tax troubles, political cartooning: Maclean's on the Hill appeared first on Macleans.ca.

The Democrats risk becoming the party of plutocrats

Opinion: Mega-donor Tom Steyer is asking Democrats to pledge to impeach Donald Trump. That's a problem for a party in need of big ideas. The post The Democrats risk becoming the party of plutocrats appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Why Herbert Hoover was a giant of the 20th-century: A Q&A with biographer Ken Whyte

Hoover was viewed as the most competent man in America for feats such as saving 10 million from starvation during WWI The post Why Herbert Hoover was a giant of the 20th-century: A Q&A with biographer Ken Whyte appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Justin Trudeau's money pit, and those working hard to join it

Paul Wells: Can the Aga Khan-vacationing, French villa-owning Liberals still be the great defenders of Canada's middle class? The post Justin Trudeau's money pit, and those working hard to join it appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Donald Trump doesn't seem to realize he is president of the U.S. Virgin Islands

In a speech Friday, U.S. President Donald Trump mentioned that he "met with the president of the Virgin Islands." He didn't seem to realize that he is the president of the U.S. Virgin Islands. The post Donald Trump doesn't seem to realize he is president of the U.S. Virgin Islands appeared first on ...

Donald Trump's best day yet

Allen Abel in Washington: While tackling Obamacare and Iran, Donald Trump finds his adoring flock at the Christian Values Voter Summit The post Donald Trump's best day yet appeared first on Macleans.ca.

What are we really mourning when brands like Sears die?

Opinion: Expressing grief has become a spectacle—and when it comes to the closure of dimmed companies like Sears, it's often misplaced, too The post What are we really mourning when brands like Sears die? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Can Ottawa stop Canada's deadly opioid crisis?

In 2016 alone, 2,816 Canadians died. The Liberals are scrambling to confront an unprecedented health crisis. Paul Wells on why frontline workers say it's only going to get worse. The post Can Ottawa stop Canada's deadly opioid crisis? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Rogers Writers' Trust: Spotlight on David Chariandy

We asked the 2017 nominees: Do you consider yourself a politically engaged writer? How does that affect your work? The post Rogers Writers' Trust: Spotlight on David Chariandy appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Will Trump's rejection of clean power leave Canada sputtering?

Obama's Clean Power Plan sparked preparations in Canada's hydro industry for U.S. expansion. Then the EPA announced plans to scrap it. Now what? The post Will Trump's rejection of clean power leave Canada sputtering? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

A whole new war is about to hit Iraq

Adnan R. Khan: A civil war is suddenly looming between Iraq and the Kurds—and Canadian forces could find themselves on the front lines The post A whole new war is about to hit Iraq appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Uber says it will stay in Quebec – for now

Uber says the arrival of a new transport minister creates an opportunity to find a solution to its stalemate with the province The post Uber says it will stay in Quebec – for now appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Why your sustainable tuna may still be unsustainable

Rewarding fishermen for their sustainable catch, while allowing them to fish unsustainably, dupes consumers into supporting companies that take part in bad behaviour The post Why your sustainable tuna may still be unsustainable appeared first on Macleans.ca.

How Canadian dental tourism exploits Mexican workers

Poor working conditions and discriminatory practices in Mexican dental clinics suggest the need for global regulation of medical tourism, says Krystyna Adams The post How Canadian dental tourism exploits Mexican workers appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Obese kids will soon outnumber underweight kids in the world

The post Obese kids will soon outnumber underweight kids in the world appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Watch Trudeau try not to react while listening to Trump in the White House

Watch Justin Trudeau try to keep a straight face during Donald Trump's theatrical statements on the potential dissolve of NAFTA, nuclear arsenals, and fake news. The post Watch Trudeau try not to react while listening to Trump in the White House appeared first on Macleans.ca.

How a conspiracy of silence enabled Harvey Weinstein

It would have been impossible for Weinstein to behave as he had for as long as he did, were it not for his accomplices The post How a conspiracy of silence enabled Harvey Weinstein appeared first on Macleans.ca.

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

Prince Andrew wanted to memorialize his friend and former chaplain at Lakefield College School. The resulting tribute prompted Father Keith Gleed's victims to finally break their silence. The post How a royal gift exposed sexual abuse at an elite Canadian school appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Bombardier's trade dispute with Boeing, explained with toy planes

The U.S. slapped Bombardier with a 300 per cent tariff on its new line of commercial jets. Here's why subsidies from Canadian governments are to blame. The post Bombardier's trade dispute with Boeing, explained with toy planes appeared first on Macleans.ca.

It's time for a bold new vision for Canadian fundamental science

Opinion: Much of the Naylor report discussion has focussed on funding. But Canada also needs to overhaul its fundamental research enterprise The post It's time for a bold new vision for Canadian fundamental science appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Letters to the editor for October 2017

Maclean's readers write in The post Letters to the editor for October 2017 appeared first on Macleans.ca.

How Trump and Trudeau heated up the White House

There was talk of nuclear arms, tearing up NAFTA and a refugee crisis. The meeting between the PM and president was not a win-win. The post How Trump and Trudeau heated up the White House appeared first on Macleans.ca.

How Canada enabled the rise of Mafia boss Vito Rizzuto

Vito Rizzuto's Montreal Mafia flourished thanks to his particular set of skills—as well as various loopholes and government oversights The post How Canada enabled the rise of Mafia boss Vito Rizzuto appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Drone grocery delivery to First Nations takes flight

Moose Cree leaders hope an experiment with drone delivery will solve the persistent problem of sky-high food prices in northern communities The post Drone grocery delivery to First Nations takes flight appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Kidnapped Canadian family freed from Taliban

Canadian Joshua Boyle, his American wife, Caitlan Coleman, and their children freed after five years The post Kidnapped Canadian family freed from Taliban appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Trudeau flies to Mexico amid fears NAFTA could end

Some in Mexico fear the possibility that NAFTA could be ditched in favour of bilateral agreements – something Trump has also suggested The post Trudeau flies to Mexico amid fears NAFTA could end appeared first on Macleans.ca.