Kenneth Whyte

On immigrant dreams, the importance of failure and why the future belongs to Canada

Peter Munk: in conversation

On immigrant dreams, the importance of failure and why the future belongs to Canada
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Iggy’s morally contemptible words

His version of what happened to ‘the sick little girls’ amounts to tasteless opportunism
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New national dreams

Michael Ignatieff talks with Kenneth Whyte about how personal history fuelled his political vision
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Macleans.ca Interview: Kenneth Whyte

Maclean’s Editor-in-Chief Kenneth Whyte, who was recently named The Canadian Journalism Project’s Newsperson of the Year, talks about the award, Human Rights Commissions and the future of print journalism
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The Interview: Kenneth Whyte

The Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Maclean’s talks about his new book, The Uncrowned King: The Sensational Rise of William Randolph Hearst
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Video Gallery: Maclean’s Gala

Jeff Harris goes behind the scenes