April 1, 2002

Canada and the World

LIVES ON HOLD

Health

A writer’s final deadline

The Week That Was

The Week That Was

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Canada and the World

LIVES ON HOLD

The passage of time has not healed the wounds of war in Sarajevo
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Health

A writer’s final deadline

The knowledge that he has just months to live alters a man’s priorities
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The Week That Was

The Week That Was

A car bomb exploded outside the U.S. Embassy in Lima, killing nine people and injuring dozens. No Americans were hurt in the late evening blast, which ripped through a district of upscale shops and restaurants, damaging nearby buildings and cars but not the fortress-like embassy itself, which is set back from the street.
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Health

In praise of testing

How careful monitoring caught Allan Rock’s prostate cancer in time
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The Mail

The Mail

The world should commend you for exposing the blatant mockery of justice in the death of Luc Ethier (“Murder mystery in Kuwait,” Cover, March 18). I am surprised you call it a mystery with all the evidence you presented. If these defenceless Filipino migrants are convicted and punished, the world should be ashamed.
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History

Risking life for freedom

Mona Parsons was a most unlikely Second World War hero in Holland
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Canada

BACK TO THE FUTURE

The new Alliance leader is an earnest policy wonk from Alberta. Sound familiar?
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Television

THE POIGNANT SAGAO MAGGIE AND PIERRE

A CBC miniseries is a triumph for the filmmakers, and for the actor playing the philosopher king
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Business

THE BUZZ ON E-BIZ

If your enterprise still isn’t on-line, you’ve got problems, says a key task force
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Over to You

It's all in the bag

It looks like a shrunken, leather Noah's ark with a long shoulder strap sewn onto its ends. It can still be found slumped on the third step up to the second floor of my parents’ house. Inside, it’s crammed with credit cards, hand lotions, tissues, gum, makeup, half a dozen pens (some that actually work), a cellophane rain hat from decades past, and a cellular phone from the cutting edge of technology.
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