September 15, 1997

From the Heart

SPECIAL REPORT The charity industry

SPECIAL REPORT The charity industry

Films

A cinema of extremes

From the Heart 3435

From the Heart

Britain buries Diana amid tears and controversy
SPECIAL REPORT The charity industry 6869
SPECIAL REPORT The charity industry

SPECIAL REPORT The charity industry

Critics call for tighter control of the billions raise or good works
A cinema of extremes 7475
Films

A cinema of extremes

The Toronto festival's crop of Canadian movies is diverse and wildly idiosyncratic
The Mail 44A
The Mail

The Mail

'A lonely star' The shock of the Princess of Wales’s death is felt around the world, but particularly by Canadians since she was Canada’s princess just as Elizabeth II is Canada’s Queen (“Diana,” Cover, Sept. 8). We can be proud of her accomplishments, most recently her efforts in promoting a ban on land mines.
DEATH OF A 'SAINT' 2223
World

DEATH OF A 'SAINT'

The world mourns the Albanian nun who devoted herself to helping the poorest of the poor
A writer's creative trances 84D85
Books

A writer's creative trances

Jane Urquhart gets joyfully lost in her stories
An Icon for All Seasons 5051

An Icon for All Seasons

Trying to make sense of the Di phenomenon
Margaret's grieving 8283
Books

Margaret's grieving

Beloved writer Margaret Laurence battled several demons
Back to the drawing board 1616A
Canada

Back to the drawing board

Newfoundlanders vote decisively to end religious schooling
Labor's rising tide 5859
Business

Labor's rising tide

As the economy improves, unions demand their share
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