December 3, 2001

Cover

INSIDE THE SEX TRADE

Canada

BLOOD AND LAND

Tech Special

SELLING THE CELLS

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Cover

INSIDE THE SEX TRADE

Trafficking in foreign prostitutes is one of the fastest-growing illicit activities in the world. Welcome to a hidden Canada-and lives of quiet desperation.
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Canada

BLOOD AND LAND

In 1995, a standoff between natives and police left one protester dead at Ontario’s Ipperwash Provincial Park. The confrontation is far from over.
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Tech Special

SELLING THE CELLS

A cool new generation of do-it-all phones enters the market at a tough time
The Mail 45
The Mail

The Mail

Many in the academic world often question the scientific validity and the methodology used in determining your annual university rankings (“Universities 2001,” Cover, Nov. 19). However, I think the special issue is a very valuable source of information for numerous young students in making, perhaps, the most critical decision regarding their university education.
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Busineess

FEELING THE PAIN

Layoffs and mill closures mount as the softwood lumber dispute bites deep
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Canada and the World

IS SADDAM NEXT?

While Washington may want to take on Iraq, its allies are not so eager
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The Week That Was

The Week That Was

A former employee of the Ontario Realty Corp., the Crown agency that manages and sells real estate in that province, admitted accepting $90,000 in kickbacks from a contractor. Kent Banting, a marketing co-ordinator, said in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice that he took the bribes for aiding the contractor’s bids for cleanup work on government property in 1998 and 1999.
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Books

HERO OF THE HUMDRUM

Richard B. Wright proves that the tale of a dull life can be extraordinary
The far-right fallout 3031
Canada and the World

The far-right fallout

Sept. 11 has given white supremacist organizations a shot in the arm
This time, let’s finish the war 1819
COLUMNS

This time, let’s finish the war

The Americans do get on with things. The bomb site at the World Trade Center looks like an ordinary construction sight now, except for the smell and the silence. People who work in the area say they can’t eat the food in local restaurants because it smells of. . . something.
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