Melinda Maldonado

Melinda Maldonado

Melinda Maldonado joins the digital team at Maclean’s after stints at The Canadian Press, Toronto Star and The Globe and Mail. Melinda holds a Master in Journalism from Ryerson University, and has lived in Guatemala, Ecuador and South Korea.
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Ottawa

Karen Duffy tells story on Peruvian TV

News weekly program airs segment titled ’Mi Padre El Senador’
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Video

Mining for the truth in Guatemala

What lawsuits claiming rape and murder in a Guatemalan jungle mean for Canadian companies abroad
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News

Video: Remembering D-Day, 70 years later

"We just thought it was like another exercise. All of a sudden we’re going to France. It’s the day. It’s the D-Day."
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Life

Photos from the Green Acres Hutterite colony

Photographer Kelly Hofer finds beauty in the restrictive Hutterite colony that pushed him away
Tim Hudak
Canada

Boothe vs. Coyne spar over Hudak’s million jobs plan

One ’Million Jobs Plan.’ Two writers. And a whole lot of bad math. Let the Twitter spat ensue.
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Books

Maya Angelou dies at 86

The renowned poet, author and civil rights activist passed away Wednesday in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
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Canada

Listen: Noémi Mercier discusses Maclean’s cover story

Noémi Mercier and Alec Castonguay’s investigation took them across Canada and to Afghanistan as they pored through documents, interviewed officials and spoke with victims
Jim Flaherty
Ottawa

Soundslide: A final farewell to Jim Flaherty

Photo and audio highlights from the funeral of the former Finance Minister
Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius reacts as he sits in the dock during his trial for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, in Pretoria
News

Listen: 5 days of Pistorius testimony ends

Defence wraps up its cross-examination of Pistorius after 5 emotional days on the stand
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Canada

Ford shatters Canadian stereotypes, Bill Clinton tells Jimmy Kimmel

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford provided fodder for Jimmy Kimmel Live—again—after saying he mistakenly voted against two council motions