August 19, 2002

MURDER AT GIANT MINE Ten years later: is the right man in jail? 2021
Cover

MURDER AT GIANT MINE Ten years later: is the right man in jail?

IT’S BEEN YEARS since anyone coaxed gold out of the area around the 750-drift. The rich ore veins have been depleted, the rails pulled up and left to rust in the mine’s wet passageways. The handful of men who still toil underground almost never have reason to pass the spot where the nine miners met their sudden, violent end.
A DOCTOR'S ANGRY DIARY 4243
Essay

A DOCTOR'S ANGRY DIARY

Making the local rounds in Canada’s crumbling health care system
SUCCESS DOWN ON THE FARM 3637
Business

SUCCESS DOWN ON THE FARM

Despite the Prairie crisis, many operations are diversifying—and thriving
THE MAIL 67
THE MAIL

THE MAIL

The Hamilton day camp for overweight kids joins a long list of places where attempts have been made to remedy obesity in children (“Growing up large,” Cover, Aug. 5). As early as the 1960s, Felix Heald and Penelope Pekos, both international authorities on childhood and adolescent obesity, founded Camp Seascape on Cape Cod, Mass., to provide a venue to help fat kids.
BUILDING A NEW NATION 3233
East Timor

BUILDING A NEW NATION

Canadians bring hope to an impoverished land
DRUMBEATS OF WAR 3031
Iraq

DRUMBEATS OF WAR

Washington wants Saddam Hussein out of the picture, but will its allies come onside?
NIGHTMARE OF DEATH 4849
History

NIGHTMARE OF DEATH

Everything went wrong in the 1942 raid on Dieppe
BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME 4647
Q&A

BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME

At 72, Canada’s leading classical actor returns to Stratford to tackle King Lear
Zimbabwe 1617
THE WEEK

Zimbabwe

Land grab
LOST LUGGAGE, LOST HOPE 4041
Column

LOST LUGGAGE, LOST HOPE

Joe Clark has always brought his own, unique approach to politics
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