November 22, 1999

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Cover

Wayne's New World

Hockey’s soon-to-be Hall of Famer talks about life, family and the public perils of selling himself
THE HUMAN SMUGGLERS 1819
INVESTIGATIVE REPORT

THE HUMAN SMUGGLERS

RUNNING THE U.S. BORDER WITH A CARGO OF REFUGEES
The Mail 44a
The Mail

The Mail

“Beware the Internet underground” (Cover, Nov. 8) fed your readers quite a story, but misinformed them about the reality of the Internet. Functions provided by Hotline Connect software such as file transfer, image viewing, live chat and newsboards are anything but “underground.”
TERROR AND HARDSHIP 2425
INVESTIGATIVE REPORT

TERROR AND HARDSHIP

IN SEARCH OF WEALTH, CHINESE MIGRANTS RISK their lives to be smuggled to North America
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Opening Notes

Spending New Year’s Eve in a tent pitched on the frigid, windswept Plains of Abraham in Quebec City wouldn’t be everyone’s choice for greeting the new millennium. But thousands of boy scouts and girl guides from as far away as Tahiti, Burkina Faso and Paraguay have warmed to the idea.
High-flying tales for tweens 100b101
Books

High-flying tales for tweens

Canadian novels for youth are winning success wherever they land
The Tragedy of Andrew Rich 3637
Canada

The Tragedy of Andrew Rich

A teen suicide underscores the despair among the Innu of Labrador and northern Quebec
Austen Powers 106107
Films

Austen Powers

Patricia Rozema moves into Mansfield as if to the manor born
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Books

Pages of Wonder

The season’s best picture books brim with an array of visual and narrative thrills
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World

Lords A-leaving

Britain’s hereditary peers fall victim to reform of the House of Lords
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