July 1, 2017

Dreams of Canada 2829

National

Dreams of Canada

Writer Allen Abel spent dizzying weeks criss-crossing the land—meeting hunters, nuns and one John A. MacDonald—in a quest to find the true meaning of this vast country

THE GREAT-GRANDDAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERATION 4647

National

THE GREAT-GRANDDAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERATION

From a teen with a Céline Dion connection to a skiing daredevil, Meagan Campbell meets the descendants of Canada’s founders

MACLEAN’S ON CANADA 8485

Society

MACLEAN’S ON CANADA

Looking back at how the magazine celebrated our country on past anniversaries

Unstoppable 6061

Society

Unstoppable

Goalie Jordan Sigalet was a force between the posts until a life-changing diagnosis led him to an unexpected job in the NHL

THE INTERVIEW 2425

BUILDING BRIDGES

THE INTERVIEW

Perry Bellegarde on how to change minds, his mother’s sacred teachings and why non-Indigenous people should remember they, too, are treaty people

Who we are 1011

The Canada Project

Who we are

A major poll of Canadians finds a welcoming but wary country, where the starkest divides are generational

The Quiz 8889

The Quiz

The Quiz

Test your Canadian trivia skills on everything from the Halifax Explosion to the first Tim Hortons

Trailblazers 6465

Society

Trailblazers

Canada’s history brims with heroes—both well-known and forgotten—who built, protected and inspired the country. Often, they accomplished these feats despite hardship and discrimination, bringing the nation forward with them.

The impulse to assimilate 1213

The Canada Project

The impulse to assimilate

Concerns about ostracism lead immigrants to deny cultural issues

Celebrate Canada? Not yet. 2021

The Canada Project

Celebrate Canada? Not yet.

The country must first come to terms with its legacy of oppression toward Indigenous people

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