March 19, 2001

COVER

MYSTERY of FIRST NORTH AMERICANS

LETHAL WEAPONS

LETHAL WEAPONS

COVER

BONES OF CONTENTION I

MYSTERY of FIRST NORTH AMERICANS 2425
COVER

MYSTERY of FIRST NORTH AMERICANS

New research suggests humans came here much earlier than we used to think— by boat, and not just from Asia
LETHAL WEAPONS 1819
LETHAL WEAPONS

LETHAL WEAPONS

Did shells made from nuclear waste poison dozens of Canadian soldiers serving abroad?
BONES OF CONTENTION I 3031
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BONES OF CONTENTION I

As four scientists formed a human chain to gently lay the bones of 84 Iroquoian women and children in a new burial pit, Joyce Mitchell looked on with a profound sense of justice. For Mitchell, administrator for the Mohawk Nation of Chiefs at the Akwesasne reserve near Cornwall, Ont.—where the reburial was taking place— it was like watching a circle close.
The Mail 45
The Mail

The Mail

The naked truth
DEALING WITH TECH RAGE 4041
Tech

DEALING WITH TECH RAGE

Ever feel like hurling your computer out the window? Toil’re not alone
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Canada

CHAREST'S CHALLENGE

If it’s Tuesday, it must be Trois-Rivières. Or Thetford Mines, or Témiscaming, given Jean Charests itinerary. For the past year, the peripatetic Quebec Liberal leader has spent a large chunk of his life on the road. With newly acclaimed Quebec Premier Bernard Landry dominating media attention, Charest quiedy embarked on another tour of Quebec last month, his fifth since becoming leader in April, 1998.
The Royal Throne 3233
Business

The Royal Throne

Gordon Nixon closes the hefty documents lying on his desk and sinks into a nearby armchair. He is ready to talk about his recent promotion to chief executive officer of the Royal Bank of Canada. At age 44, Nixon is the youngest person ever to lead a major Canadian bank, evidenced by the framed photos of his family—he and wife Janet have three children aged 11 to 15—displayed in almost every available space in his office.
Overture 67
Overture

Overture

‘At the tone, jam this
Designing the future 44_445
Education

Designing the future

When Paul Greenhalgh, the internationally regarded curator and art scholar, took over as president of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in January, no one questioned his credentials. In recent months, through public lectures and one-on-one discussions, the brainy Brit has had plenty of opportunity to impress students and faculty with the breadth of his scholarship and the grand scope of his vision for the tiny Halifax college.
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Art

Cycles of Creativity

A new show surveys the many passions of the late Ontario artist Greg Curnoe
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