November 27, 2000

Election 2000

What You Need to Know

World

Fiasco in Florida

The Maclean's Excerpt

Tragedy on Ice

What You Need to Know 1819
Election 2000

What You Need to Know

A voter’s guide to the acrimonious federal campaign
Fiasco in Florida 3839
World

Fiasco in Florida

Americans wait for their next president to emerge from a nasty post-election battle
Tragedy on Ice 7677
The Maclean's Excerpt

Tragedy on Ice

One of the most dramatic disasters in Canadian history occurred on the Newfoundland ice floes in 1914
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Business

Young kings of a toy empire

Spin Master’s trio is a $100-million global force
Running Hard to Stand Fast 2829
Election 2000

Running Hard to Stand Fast

The incumbents in two diverse ridings face tough battles
Hockey’s New Roots 9091
Books

Hockey’s New Roots

A new crop of books on the national game travels far across the globe and deep into the past
Nasdaq Moves In 4849
Business

Nasdaq Moves In

As Montreal gets a stock market again, the TSE may get competition
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Overture

Overture

Jean Chrétien: Now, here’s an original ploy from PM: vote for him, and he promises to think about quitting. Well, that should get him Paul Martins vote. Stockwell Day: Acknowledges his belief that God created the world in seven days. On the eighth, He asked Day to change his first name to Doris . . .
Who stands for something? 1415
Columns

Who stands for something?

Back in the 1960s, an older friend of mine decided to run for office in a provincial election. He was a lawyer, young, smart, presentable, well-connected and fluently bilingual at a time when that was a rarity for Quebec Anglos. All those qualities seemed to portend a great future in politics—if only he and his party could deliver wins.
Arabs, in their own words 1617
Columns

Arabs, in their own words

A lot of readers don’t seem to warm to me. My last column on the Middle East (“Peace never had a chance,” Oct. 30) occasioned a slightly woebegone e-mail from one of my editors saying rather a lot of people had taken offence. Only one, he wrote, had shown support.
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