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today at 03:41. Facebook
It is “imperative” that Canada use its fossil fuel wealth to diversify the economy, says the president of the International Institute for Sustainable Development.

Study: Canada's national wealth overly reliant on oil, housing - Macleans.ca

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today at 02:40. Facebook
Respect for those Trump has named is being tempered with a wariness about putting so many military leaders at the helm of a nation founded on the idea of civilian control.

Trump's military-heavy cabinet prompts worries - Macleans.ca

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today at 01:40. Facebook
The Ontario ombudsman has received over 500 segregation-related complaints in the past three years, and he wants an end to indefinite solitary confinement.

Use of solitary confinement in Ontario under review - Macleans.ca

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today at 00:08. Facebook
At our Concordia University town hall on the future of education and jobs, we put Vice Media's Michael Kronish in the hot seat—and asked him to answer rapid-fire questions.
Maclean's
yesterday at 23:32. Facebook
“During the discussion, they noted the close economic, political, and security ties exists between Taiwan and the United States," said the statement from Trump's transition team.

Trump risks rift with China over call to Taiwanese president - Macleans.ca

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yesterday at 22:42. Facebook
“In no way did I intend to imply that they didn’t work hard, that they didn’t put in the long hours, that they didn’t focus on the task at hand," Monsef said of her parliamentary peers Friday.

Maryam Monsef apologizes to electoral reform committee - Macleans.ca

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yesterday at 21:50. Facebook
Passionate advocacy to take action and lower global emissions is laudable. Climate change is a problem, but blocking pipelines is not the solution:

Policy, not pipelines, will determine if we meet emissions goals

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yesterday at 21:47. Facebook
Canada has lifted visa restrictions for Mexicans; Mexico has ended a ban on Alberta beef. Mexico's ambassador to Canada on his hopes for the bilateral relationship:

Is now the time for Mexico and Canada to become the 'two amigos?' - Macleans.ca

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yesterday at 21:45. Facebook
"I don't know any poetry." Kellie Leitch is the latest Canadian politician to take our 60-Second Challenge. Watch her turn with a tablet and rapid-fire questions:
Maclean's
yesterday at 20:35. Facebook
Maclean's
yesterday at 20:35. Facebook
Remember #Harambe, #BoatyMcBoatface, #FreeJohnScott, #BlackLivesMatter and all the other hashtags that trended in 2016? We take our annual look at what went viral in the last year, including all the videos that everyone couldn't stop watching:

The year in hashtags, memes, and viral videos - Macleans.ca

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yesterday at 20:15. Facebook
Why has interest in government jobs shot up since the election? There's more demand—and the stability doesn't hurt:

Interest in public service jobs has increased since Trudeau’s election - Macleans.ca

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yesterday at 19:40. Facebook
Check out the best 15 photos from the last seven days, as curated by our photo department:

From champs to chills: The best photos of the week - Macleans.ca

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yesterday at 18:50. Facebook
"Maclean’s has played right into [the Prime Minister's] hands and has put him on the cover many times. Please, no more pictures of Justin Trudeau until he accomplishes something." Our readers write in:

Letters: How Canada can survive Trump and/or Trudeau - Macleans.ca

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yesterday at 18:15. Facebook
From board games and beer to Disney characters and Saturday Night Live. Are you smarter than a genius? This week, you'll have to top Peter Dyakowski's 87% score:

Think you can take on a Tiger-Cat at trivia? - Macleans.ca

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yesterday at 17:30. Facebook
"Nasty women” were front and centre in 2016—but never without a price being paid, writes Anne Kingston:

How 2016 became the year of the 'nasty woman' - Macleans.ca

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yesterday at 16:30. Facebook
When John Geddes and Maryam Monsef chatted about parliamentary decorum in September, she was upbeat on electoral reform—and cognizant of question period's political theatre. That was then. [ Ow.ly Link ]

Maryam Monsef's change in parliamentary tone - Macleans.ca

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yesterday at 04:20. Facebook
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yesterday at 02:40. Facebook
Monsef flabbergasted opposition parties with a dismissive, hostile response to the majority report of the opposition-dominated committee on electoral reform, which recommended that the government design a new proportional voting system and hold a national referendum to gauge public support for it.

Hopes dim for federal electoral reform - Macleans.ca

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