September 17, 2001

Health

When the kidneys fail

Films

The light fantastic

It’s ‘not a useful conference at all'

The Week That Was

When the kidneys fail 4243
Health

When the kidneys fail

Most patients face dialysis or death, and donor organs are in short supply
The light fantastic 4849
Films

The light fantastic

At a star-studded film festival, Canadian cinema finds its sense of humour
The Week That Was 1415
It’s ‘not a useful conference at all'

The Week That Was

Former U.S. attorney general Janet Reno formally declared her candidacy in the 2002 Florida gubernatorial election. Should she win the Democratic nomination, she would almost certainly run against Republican incumbent Jeb Bush, who played a key role in legal battles surrounding voter irregularities in last November’s protracted presidential election.
The bombing zone 2829
Canada and the World

The bombing zone

Jerusalem is more violent than ever. Yet somehow people cope day-to-day.
The Mail 45
The Mail

The Mail

The question is not “Does Ottawa matter?” (Cover, Sept. 3). The question is “Do the provinces matter?” The persistent animosity among the provinces, between the provinces and the federal government, and between the provinces and their municipalities, suggests there must be a better way.
CHILD POVERTY 1819
Cover

CHILD POVERTY

WE PLEDGED TO ELIMINATE IT. SO WHAT HAPPENED?
THE THRILL THAT KILLS 3637

THE THRILL THAT KILLS

James Dean may be gone, but street racing lives. A new generation of drivers is rushing along public roads-bedevilling police and endangering bystanders.
Beer and bad French 3233
Business

Beer and bad French

How a very Anglo brewer has talked his way into the tough Quebec market
Rebels with a cause 2627
Canada

Rebels with a cause

A group of maverick Liberal MPs wants to change the way Ottawa works
TAKING IT TO THE STREETS 2425
Canada

TAKING IT TO THE STREETS

Nycole Turmel and the Public Service Alliance of Canada are ready to challenge the Liberals
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