July 10, 2000

Cover

THE SCARE FACTOR

Special Report

Summer of Celebration

Canada and the World

'The Slim Disease'

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Cover

THE SCARE FACTOR

Is Stockwell Day too extreme for mainstream Canadian voters?
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Special Report

Summer of Celebration

Even as it honours its past, Atlantic Canada is inviting the world to see its vibrant new spirit
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Canada and the World

'The Slim Disease'

Canadians are helping to fight Africa’s deadly AIDS epidemic
A Season for Escaping 5051
Films

A Season for Escaping

Armies of sailors, patriots and poultry join the fray in Hollywood’s summer game of box-office survival
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Business

A Royal Bashing

Regulators accuse top Bay Street players of share manipulation
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Canada

Goodbye to P4W

After 66 years, the country’s notorious Prison for Women finally closes its doors forever
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The Mail

The Mail

The tragedy of the residential schools illustrates the importance of separating church and state (“Abuse of trust,” Cover, June 26). When good intentions and the reputation of the church are combined with the statutory power and economic might of the state, then the potential for unforeseen adverse effects is immense.
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Publishing

Giving Away the Store

Avie Bennett’s unprecedented donation of industry icon McClelland & Stewart brings praise—and a storm of criticism
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Overture

Overture

Preston Manning: Say, sir, didn’t you used to be Jimmy Stewart/King of Stornoway/The Guy Liberals Loved to Hate? Stockwell Day: The future MP from Holt Renfrew riding tells gays he’s no enemy As proof, they can exchange fashion tips. Montreal Canadiens: Why would Molson sell a bad, badly managed, money-losing team playing in a really badly designed rink?
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Special Report

'It's Viking-mania'

A thousand years after Norse seafarers first arrived in the New World, the good old days are back
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