February 26, 2001

THE BOOK LADY 4041
COVER

THE BOOK LADY

Now that she and her husband have won Chapters, Heather Reisman must prove she can run it
THE IRAQ DIARIES 2425
Special Report

THE IRAQ DIARIES

Two young doctors, journeying with a pair of rock stars, write about the deplorable conditions they found in the Middle East
Down in the Dumps 1616A
Canada

Down in the Dumps

It is the plan that, seemingly, refuses to die. Critics thought the death knell had finally sounded last October, when last-minute negotiating disagreements killed a proposal to ship Toronto’s garbage to an abandoned open-pit mine near the community of Kirkland Lake, 600 km north.
KNOCKOUT RESEARCH 5656A
Health

KNOCKOUT RESEARCH

A remorseful sounding Owen Nolan recalls the scene as “pretty scary.” During a Feb. 1 National Hockey League game, the San Jose Sharks captain levelled an unsuspecting opponent with a forearm smash to his head. The blow knocked Grant Marshall's helmet forward and the Dallas player's exposed head smacked the ice.
IN THE MOOD FOR ASIA 6061
Films

IN THE MOOD FOR ASIA

As Crouching Tiger squares off against Gladiator at the Oscars, Western audiences swoon over Far East fare
The Mail 45
The Mail

The Mail

Great articles on Alberta (“Alberta bound,” Cover, Feb. 12). As a lifelong Albertan, I felt all of your articles summed up my feelings of where we’ve been and hopefully are going. I’ve never disagreed with us paying our fair share in transfer payments.
Overture 88A
Overture

Overture

Ralph Klein: Canada's most successful politician calls election; appears in-Klein-ed to win yet again. David O’Brien: What now for an encore? Savvy CP CEO pleases shareholders—by breaking up the company! Bank CEOs: Face a new push to reform—and maybe reduce—the manner in which they’re paid.
The Heirs of Napster 5253
Tech

The Heirs of Napster

If the music-sharing site goes down, others are ready to move in
KLEIN GOES FOR THREE 1415
Canada

KLEIN GOES FOR THREE

Flush with cash from a record surplus, Alberta’s rumpled and folksy premier calls an election
The Jewish question 1213
Columns

The Jewish question

After an exhausting 53 years of war, the question is: would it really matter if Israel ceased to exist as a Jewish state?
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