Lloyd Axworthy

Lloyd Axworthy: A politician who thinks globally, and acts locally

Our profile of Lloyd Axworthy, who we’re honouring with Maclean’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award

Lloyd Axworthy on politics, Winnipeg and the world

John Geddes in conversation with Lloyd Axworthy, the Maclean’s Lifetime Achievement Award winner about his long, winding career

University presidents’ houses scrutinized from Western to Winnipeg

Some top administrators get free homes while others have to pay


Beatty’s list: business priorities and political realities

The anxious tone the Prime Minister recently injected into the debate on Canada’s economic competitiveness was picked up today and amplified by one of the country’s top business lobbyists—Perrin Beatty, president of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.

Success, one student at a time

How universities are embracing the Aboriginal baby boom


UWinnipeg fights against tiered leagues in CIS

Axworthy argues tiering wouldn’t reflect athletic success of smaller institutions


Unpaid time off comes to UWinnipeg

University makes cuts to balance the budget, but avoids layoffs


Searching for the Liberal Party. Day 1.

AARON WHERRY reports from Canada 150 in Montreal: dystopian visions, Twitter love and Stephane Dion


The west is in. Now what?

Can the West shape the national agenda? A Maclean’s debate.


In Conversation with Maclean’s

Featured panellists include Melissa Blake, Lindsay Blackett, Lloyd Axworthy and Nancy Heppner


And another university prez without a Ph.D.

Alexa McDonough, new president at Mount Saint Vincent, is latest non-academic to head an academic institution


The Commons: The ghosts of statesmen past

Joe Clark gets his portrait, Maxime Bernier is merely hanged