October 15, 2001

Music/Profile

OUR POET OF THE APOCALYPSE

Maclean’s SPECIAL REPORT

FORTRESS NORTH AMERICA

RELIVING THE PAST

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Music/Profile

OUR POET OF THE APOCALYPSE

In the wake of September 11, Leonard Cohen reflects on love and death—an war on america
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Maclean’s SPECIAL REPORT

FORTRESS NORTH AMERICA

HOW OUR WORLD WILL CHANGE
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RELIVING THE PAST

The U.S. failed Afghanistan once before. But has Washington learned from its old mistakes?
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The Mail

The Mail

The idea that the terrorist attack on America was an attack on us as a whole should never be forgotten. If the world does not prepare for this confrontation, then it will be the beginning of the end of a world where decent people can live decent lives (“Americas ready.
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Overture The Week That Was

Overture The Week That Was

Upset in the separatist heartland
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Television

New kids on the block

Degrassi Street is back, and its young people are as engaging as ever
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RELIVING THE PAST

NOT IT'S SAFETY FIRST

Sept. 11 left us more willing to forfeit some liberties for the sake of security
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Business

The digital divide

New TV channels will take years to make money, even without a recession
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RELIVING THE PAST

WHAT WILL IT BE NEXT?

The experts see little chance of bacterial or chemical terrorism, but stores can’t keep protective gear in stock
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Over and Under Achievers

Overture

On Sept. 25, in the wake of the recent tragedy, more than 60 skilled tradesmen from Ontario and Alberta responded to New York City’s early call for volunteers. A group including welders, steamfitters and general contractors met in Toronto, boarded two donated Greyhound buses and made their way to Ground Zero—followed closely by a Canadian-owned dump truck and a tractor-trailer with a flatbed carrying a toploader.
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