October 30, 2000

Election 2000 Cover

Playing the Odds

Business

The Oil Outlook

Education

Swing Shift

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Election 2000 Cover

Playing the Odds

With the economy hot and the polls good, the Liberals roll the election dice
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Business

The Oil Outlook

Rising petroleum prices and tight supplies could still whack the economy
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Education

Swing Shift

With rising tuition, more students are mixing earning with learning
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The Mail

The Mail

The cover showing Justin Trudeau, head bowed, holding a handkerchief and a red rose, was very moving (“After the tears,” Cover, Oct. 16). The young Trudeau did grip us as he eulogized his father, even if his words seemed at times a little too rehearsed and theatrical.
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World

Playing political hardball

Hillary Clinton and Rick Lazio fight it out in the campaign for a New York Senate seat
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Overture

Ready, set, noool Elsie: tells Libs, ‘don't have a cow! Tobin: doesn’t look as good now! Auditor general: he causes a row! Paul: it’s time for a bow! Elsie Wayne: Did the Tories’ most feisty MP spurn Libs’ offer of a patronage appointment, or was she spurned herself? Either way, New Brunswick icon will run for re-election. You go, girl! Brian Tobin: Yesterday's theory: he’s PM-in-waiting.
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Election 2000

The Ontario Sweepstakes

The Alliance hopes it has become a real contender
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World

A Deadly Standoff

Violent clashes between Israelis and Palestinians continued in spite of a U.S.-sponsored truce
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Columns

Peace never had a chance

There is no chance whatsoever of “peace” in the Middle East. I've been writing this for more than 20 years and nothing ever changes. The Jews have given up land for peace, destroyed their settlements in the Sinai for it and dragged protesting Jews out of their homes for peace.
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Columns

Life in the PM’s bunker

For the first five years of his tenure as prime minister, Jean Chrétien was terrifically well served by Peter Donolo, the whip-smart, pun-loving and thoroughly decent guy who was, by almost everyone’s reckoning, the most effective communications adviser to any PM in decades.
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