“We can not overlook those left in its wake.”

Letters to the editor, April 1, 2022: Readers weigh in on a Kelowna development war, the shadow of COVID-19, and impoverished seniors in Vancouver’s Chinatown

Illustration of various clippings from Maclean's stories

‘To all of you who are suffering: be gentle with yourself. There is life after the storm.’

Letters to the editor, March 3, 2022: Readers weigh in on the horrors of long COVID, the electric vehicle boom, and a deep talk with Kathleen Wynne

‘I’m reasonably sure I need less Céline and more Stompin’ Tom’

Letters to the editor, January 27, 2022: Readers weigh in on Céline Dion, a beetle-obsessed scientist, and the future of the Liberal party

‘The donation of embryos is not equivalent to the donation of babies’

Letters to the editor, November 24, 2021: Readers weigh in on a new threat to Arctic narwhal, Canada’s lone bike theft sleuth, and what it means to be ‘working class’

Photo illustration by Liz Sullivan and Drew Maynard

The education system is a ‘terribly expensive baby-sitting service’

Letters to the editor, July 29, 2021: Readers weigh in on the impacts of disrupted education, a conversation with Rosalie Abella, the housing market and more

Charlottetown residents take part in a free outdoor fitness class; the city scored well in the community engagement category of our ranking (Courtesy of DiscoverCharlottetown.com)

‘People coming here from the cities are changing the very fabric of our area’

Letters to the editor, May 27, 2021: Readers weigh in on criticism of China, our ranking of the best communities in Canada and anti-logging blockades on Vancouver Island

Dr. Simon Demers-Marcil, an ICU physician in Calgary, calls a family to tell them a loved one has died of COVID-19 (Leah Hennel/AHS)

‘Let’s have medical personnel in charge and not bureaucrats’

Letters to the editor, April 28, 2021: Readers weigh in on ‘Year One,’ the most comprehensive reporting of Canada’s COVID-19 response, the social ills caused by capitalism, the portrayal of Jordan Peterson, and more

Ramadan Al Zaher in front of Brandenburg Gate. (Photograph by Gordon Welters)

Citizens need to learn the ‘long-term positive impact of refugees on the economy’

Letters to the editor, March 5, 2021: Readers weigh in on what Canada can learn from Germany’s immigration strategy, the Maclean’s Power List, a post-Trump America, and more

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, MARYLAND - JANUARY 20: President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump on stage after speaking to supporters at Joint Base Andrews before boarding Air Force One for his last time as President on January 20, 2021 in Joint Base Andrews, Maryland. Trump, the first president in more than 150 years to refuse to attend his successor's inauguration, is expected to spend the final minutes of his presidency at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. (Photo by Pete Marovich - Pool/Getty Images)

‘The best country for Trump to be contained in is the one he lives in now’

Letters to the editor, Feb. 2, 2021: Readers weigh in on the the hopes and fears for 2021, the end of Trump’s presidency and the complicated factors in Thomas Chan’s case

‘Do not put that evil person in such a prominent spot!’

Letters to the editor, Dec. 3, 2020: Readers weigh in on Donald Trump’s long list of ‘accomplishments,’ fishing rights in Nova Scotia and Indigenous child protection

The Argentine black and white tegu can grow as long as 130 cm and eats just about anything (Photograph by Nicole Craine)

‘I say build a wall and make Trump pay for it’

Letters to the editor, Nov. 12, 2020: Readers weighed in on our latest cover story, the sorry state of the U.S.A. and the ‘stubborn, scaly, fork-tongued menace on the loose in America’

A scene from a protest against a lock down due to the coronavirus in Vancouver on May 10, 2020 (Jen Osborne)

‘We must take steps to protect ourselves and our families’

Letters to the editor, Sept. 22, 2020: Readers weigh in on anti-vaxxers disrupting the effectiveness of a COVID-19 cure, the WE Charity saga and alternatives to the nuclear family