March 4, 2002

Films

ROMANCING THE STONE

Canada and the World

ON GUARD IN AFGHANISTAN

OLYMPICS

THE GAMESOFTHEIR LIVES

ROMANCING THE STONE 5051
Films

ROMANCING THE STONE

Lets face it, curling is not the sexiest of sports. It unfolds at a pace that makes cricket look frenzied. And for the uninitiated, the sight of large slabs of granite gliding down the ice in slow motion while players sweep and scream like tag teams of psychotic housekeepers can seem, well, strange.
ON GUARD IN AFGHANISTAN 2223
Canada and the World

ON GUARD IN AFGHANISTAN

It’s a dusty, dirty job for Canada’s men and women in uniform in the former Taliban tronghold of Kandahar
THE GAMESOFTHEIR LIVES 4243
OLYMPICS

THE GAMESOFTHEIR LIVES

Amid disappointments, Canada's Olympians gave some inspired performances
The Mail 67
The Mail

The Mail

What a sad commentary on Canadian society your “Fifty most influential Canadians” cover story (Feb. 18) provided. Not only were a mere nine women given the honour, the vast majority of these influential Canadians were old, white and male.
CRAZY LIKE FOXES 3435
Business

CRAZY LIKE FOXES

The Looneyspoons team is putting its money where your mouth is
The Week That Was 1616_a
The Week That Was

The Week That Was

Jean Chrétien and the country's premiers wrapped up 10 days of travel to Russia and Germany last week, calling their Team Canada trade mission a success. Debatable, given that 41 contracts worth only $312 million were signed-and given the scuffle that erupted over the 1997 Kyoto accord.
CURLING COMES OUT 4848_a
OLYMPICS

CURLING COMES OUT

Bad jokes and all, Canada’s other game achieved cult status in Utah
One-hour commercials? 5859
Television

One-hour commercials?

No Boundaries takes Ford where no sponsor has dared go before
Amy Gehring’s legacy 2021

Amy Gehring’s legacy

Men and women are the same if it is an advantage to women and they are different if being different is an advantage to women
Games auditors play 4041
Business

Games auditors play

The Enron debacle has finally focused attention on the accounting follies that fed Wall Street’s late-’90s frenzy
February 252002 March 112002