High on a wall in a downtown Toronto sports store is a simple blue-and-white hockey jersey with a maple leaf emblazoned in the centre and goalie Felix Potvin’s last name in bold lettering across the top. Below it hangs shirt after shirt featuring raptors and grizzly bears, all bared fangs, powerful claws and fanciful colors—purple, red, socalled spirit turquoise and B.C. bronze.By MARY NEMETH, JAMES DEACON, RAE CORELLI8 min
How could you put a separatist whose main objective is to destroy our wonderful country on the cover of your Sept. 12 edition (‘The private Parizeau”)? I was appalled. Where is your loyalty to our magnificent Canada? Rena Spooner, Ottawa
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