February 4, 2002

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The Week That Was

The Week That Was

As acrid smoke lingered in the air and earthquakes rumbled through the eastern Congolese city of Goma, desperate residents braved still-hot lava to comb through debris from buildings that once housed thousands. Nearly 500,000 people fled across the Rwandan border after the Jan. 17 eruption of Mount Nyiragongo, 20 km north of the city.
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Cover

PETER GZOWSKI 1934-2002

Journalism’s boy wonder turned the radio interview into a rounded, textured and vital conversation
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The Mail

The Mail

I was 8 when my parents divorced (“The Happy Divorce,” Cover, Jan. 21). My life changed drastically—for the better. Both my parents moved on to remarry. My father, stepmother and half-brothers would normally stay for dinner every second Sunday when they dropped me and my sister off at our mother and stepfathers home.
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Special Report

GOLDEN sovereign

After 50 years on the throne, the Queen remains committed to the continuation of the family firm
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Books

PHILOSOPHER KING

John Ralston Saul’s On Equilibrium solidifies his reputation as Canada’s leading public intellectual
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Justice

TAKING ON MILOSEVIC

A Canadian helps make legal history at The Hague
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Special Report

OUEEN of Clean

As the caretaker of royal treasures, Kate Frame helps keep the houses of Windsor well-preserved
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Canada and the World

‘WE MUST WAKE UP’

Michael Ignatieff reflects on Canada’s place in the post-Sept. 11 world
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Business

The diving loonie

How much lower can our beleaguered dollar go?
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Overture

D’oh! Homer does Toronto

How do you wave your Maple Leaf in a room full of American comedians? For Joel Cohen and Tim Long—the only Canadian writers working on The Simpsons—the answer was to set an episode in their native land. The Feb. 17 show, “The Bart Wants What It Wants,” features Bart falling in love with a girl who moves to Toronto.
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