Russia on the march: Our latest issue, on newsstands tomorrow.
Macleans at #Sochi2014
Gold medal moments and a celebration of sport.
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Daring. Spectacular. Groundbreaking.
The True Stars of Sochi — on the cover of this week’s Maclean’s magazine.
Why Canada rules the new Olympics. Our latest issue, on newsstands tomorrow:
The members of the Canadian Mens’ Olympic hockey team may make millions, but they’ll be bunking in these rather Spartan quarters in Sochi.
One journalist described the digs as “a room of left over IKEA furniture.”
(Photo by Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press)
Justin Bieber came to Toronto so he could be charged with assault in connection with an incident involving a Toronto limo driver in December.
Illustrator Sarah Lazarovic stood outside the police station as media, fans and curious onlookers gathered to catch a glimpse of the Biebs.
Scandals for $800 …
The punchline of this week? Rob Ford.
Re: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
We sent a sketch artist to cover the political circus.
Click here to see what Sarah Lazarovic came up with.
"I ain’t gonna write nothing about no cancer. Give the people what they want—they will take what I give them. If I write something about cancer, they’ll take it. If they don’t, they’ll take it. (Laughing)
"I don’t worry. I just have to do what I have to do. When I stop seeing that joy from my fans, and they stop coming to my shows, that’s when I have to retire."
- Dap-Kings singer and cancer survivour Sharon Jones
Photo by Jessica Darmanin
The untold story of the Keystone pipeline war, on our latest cover.