June 10, 2002

Cover

WENDY'S STORY

The Mail

The Mail

The Week That Was

The Week That Was

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Cover

WENDY'S STORY

An Edmonton woman’s courageous struggle to reclaim her life after a devastating brain injury
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The Mail

The Mail

“The new solitudes,” (Cover, May 27) is a well-written, thought-provoking article that showed both sides of the very sensitive issue in the Middle East. As a born-and-bred Canadian, I have no ties to the region, yet I am deeply affected by the recent events there.
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The Week That Was

The Week That Was

A forest fire in northern Alberta continued to burn out of control. Since the blaze began on May 17 about 100 km south of Fort McMurray, it has consumed some 1,400 sq. km of woodland-an area more than double the size of the city of Toronto-and forced the evacuation of 1,200 people.
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Essay

THE CRISIS IN QUALITY

Thirty years ago, Canada showed true leadership by investing in its universities. Now, as the largest class ever graduates from high school, why are we dropping the ball?
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Film

Desolation row

At Cannes this year, there was beauty in the ruins
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History

Keeping alive a hero’s death

A rare Lancaster bomber flies for Victoria Cross winner Andrew Mynarski
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Television

Tales of northern warriors

A producer fascinated by Canada at war turns his lens on the Korean conflict
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Health

Getting off the needle

A new treatment is changing diabetics’ lives
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Entertainment Notes

AN ACTOR IN DANGEROUS TIMES

Ben Affleck thought he was in a thriller, not something reminiscent of real life
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Business

I WANT MY SATELLITE TV

Pro-choice or pro-territory? A new court battle over U.S. signals shapes up
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