February 11, 2002

OLYMPICS

CHURCH AND STATE

OLYMPICS

POWER AND GLORY

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OLYMPICS

CHURCH AND STATE

In Salt Lake City, they’re promising fun and Games, not a Mormon conquest
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OLYMPICS

POWER AND GLORY

Training time’s over. A team with record potential is ready for the Games to begin.
The Mail 45

The Mail

Numbers game
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The Week That Was

Manning says farewell to the House
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World

STREETS OF BLOOD

For Israelis and Palestinians, the prospects for peace seem remote
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OLYMPICS

A WORLD OF POSSIBILITIES

Winter Games superstars will give Salt Lake City an international appeal
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Business

THE RE-ENERGIZERS

To its makers, this oil-patch merger will create ‘a powerhouse in Canada’
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Films

A rare bird from the Rock

Canada’s answer to The Shipping News captures the wit of Newfoundland
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Behind the B.C. throne

The last time British California had a Liberal government was in December of 1941, led by Duff Pattullo, who trekked across the Chilkoot Pass in the Yukon and arrived in Dawson City in 1898. It hasn’t had one since and certainly doesn’t have one now.
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Lost at the start-up gate

A truly imaginative soul sees opportunities where governments can make money—when governments themselves have mostly missed them. At 46, David Pecaut is a tousled whirlwind, a former consultant who is CEO of a new firm, iFormation Group, that finds new technology used internally in big companies, carves out a start-up—and splits the profits.
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