The Internet belongs to humans, so we must pressure providers to better police its content and keep it safe
Apr 26, 2017
It wasn’t so long ago that parents frowned on kids hanging out at the shopping centre. In hindsight, it now seems positively quaint
Apr 19, 2017
If the pursuit to overcome death seems an unsettling prospect, the kind of people driving this quest are even more so
Apr 12, 2017
Rather than simply waiting for time to catch up with you, why not meet silver halfway?
Mar 15, 2017
HeForShe campaign has helped to usher in a new and more inclusive kind of feminism
Mar 07, 2017
Powerful interests can, and likely do, avail themselves of tools to manipulate cognitive bias on a mass scale through social media
Mar 01, 2017
Utralow-carb diets and high-intensity exercise may be the most efficient way to keep fit, but at what cost?
Feb 22, 2017
Stuart had the ability to take all of life’s little miseries and spin them into something funny and comforting and bright
Feb 16, 2017
When it comes to securing trade deals, Trudeau is willing to shelve his high-minded principles and dance with the devil
Feb 14, 2017
While working from home is convenient, it’s also an unmitigated disaster
Feb 08, 2017
Leah McLaren is a journalist, novelist and screenwriter. She’s published two novels, The Continuity Girl (2007) and A Better Man (2015) both with HarperCollins Canada and Hachette in the USA. The first was a Canadian bestseller, though the second is actually much better. Leah is the Europe correspondent for Maclean’s and is a regular contributor to the Spectator magazine (UK) as well as Toronto Life for which she won a gold National Magazine Award in 2012. She’s been writing a column for this newspaper since 1999. She lives in Ontario and London, England where she shares a home with her husband and two boys.