May 13, 2002

Canada

DEAD MAN WALKING

Cover

BUILDING A BETTER DOCTOR

The Week That Was

The Week That Was

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Canada

DEAD MAN WALKING

Can Bernard Landry save the PQ—and himself?
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Cover

BUILDING A BETTER DOCTOR

Thirty-three years ago, upstart McMaster University in Hamilton sparked a revolution in the training of doctors that eventually spread to all the big medical schools in North America. Now it wants to start another. Its plan is bold, courageous and designed to combat some of the ills of today's health-care system. But will it build a better doctor? That debate is underway.
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The Week That Was

The Week That Was

A three-member disciplinary committee of the Ontario College of Teachers banned Amy Gehring from teaching for 10 years and ordered her to pay $10,000 in costs. Gehring, 26, a native of Otterville, Ont., gained notoriety in England, where she worked as a substitute teacher for a year, over allegations of having sex with her students.
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The Mail

It is truly amazing that a talented actor like Michael J. Fox can view Parkinsons disease as a positive force in his life and feel himself a “lucky man” to be drawn along this new path (“Michael then and now,” Cover, April 29). As he educates so many about Parkinson’s and raises funds for research, many who live with this condition also feel lucky to have such an appealing, articulate spokesman.
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Canada and the World

THE CHURCH MUST CHANGE

A Canadian expert on the Vatican examines the sex abuse scandal
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Books

Helpless, helpless, ruthless

A new bio paints Neil as vulnerable—and volatile
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Sports

CHASING THE DREAM

Never mind the NHL playoffs. The real drama is at neighbourhood rinks.
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Canada

REFERENDUM MADNESS

The debate is lively, but not quite what the B.C. government hoped for
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Overture

Saskatoon artist Monique Martin paints tulips to correspond with human emotions. “I chose the White Fire tulip for Ecstasy" says Martin, of the painting pictured above, “because it is a fringe tulip. The feathered edge looks very excited and the tulips are open quite wide as if they’re living in the moment."
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Canada and the World

‘It’s always been about the children’

Murray Dryden’s 30-year labour of love
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