July 22, 2002

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A CHURCH IN DENIAL

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AT THE CROSSROADS

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A CHURCH IN DENIAL

Advocates for thousands of sexual abuse claimants say the Catholic Church in Canada wants to keep the lid on a scandal as grave as the U.S. one
AT THE CROSSROADS 2829
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AT THE CROSSROADS

How long can the country keep up its balancing act?
SIZE MATTERS 3839
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SIZE MATTERS

Giant turtles and perogies and other roadside kitsch
THE MAIL 67
THE MAIL

THE MAIL

‘Adeena Niazi’s selection for your Honour Roll is very well deserved. She has taken many risks to save Afghan people over the years.'
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THE WIZARD

IT’S CLOSE TO DAWN when Garth Hudson shows me the gun. “I made it from a kit,” he says, fondling a derringer with a smooth wooden handle. Hudson is sitting at a piano in his home studio, an old cabin in New York’s Catskill Mountains. He’s already demonstrated an array of antique instruments, from a pearl accordion to a wooden saxophone, when he produces the gun.
BALANCING THE BOOKS 3233

BALANCING THE BOOKS

Harold Fenn carries ‘the cream of the cream’ of foreign titles in Canada
KEEPING THE FAITH ALIVE 1819
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KEEPING THE FAITH ALIVE

In a time of crisis and imminent change in the Catholic Church, hundreds of thousands of young faithful are coming to join Pope John Paul II in Toronto
BACK TO THE FUTURE 4647
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BACK TO THE FUTURE

After three decades, a writer discovers what happened to a once idyllic commune on a B.C. island
MORE HARM THAN GOOD? 3637
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MORE HARM THAN GOOD?

Expert advice: hormone replacement therapy still has its uses
TEE-OFF TIME 4849
Over to You

TEE-OFF TIME

The guys thought they were too good to play golf with a woman. Think again.
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