September 23, 2002

Profile

ERIC McCORMACK ALIAS WILL

THE MAIL

THE MAIL

Film

LOST IN THE MAELSTROM

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Profile

ERIC McCORMACK ALIAS WILL

The Toronto-born star of the hit series Will & Grace
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THE MAIL

THE MAIL

So the Prime Minister is retiring. But not this year and certainly not next year but definitely the year after that (“Goodbye to all that—soon!” Cover, Sept. 2). Well of course he’s not so sure of that date to put it in writing. And that sums up Chrétien— he will do anything to stay in power, which is the main reason he has to go as soon as possible.
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Film

LOST IN THE MAELSTROM

Toronto’s festival served up the bizarre, the famous and the unforgettable
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Business

SHIFTING INTO REVERSE

As new contract talks begin, Canada's auto industry struggles with competition and decline
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Television

COLD COMFORT

Amid the schlock, the new season evokes a dark and edgy mood
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COVER

NO WAY OUT

George W. Bush wants war, and in the end Canada may have to follow
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COVER

DOING IT HIS WAY

George W. Bush’s go-it-alone stance will ultimately frustrate American goals, writes
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Q&A

‘MERGERS ARE NOT STRATEGY’

The Bank of Montreal CEO sees a 'transnational' future—of high-tech change
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COVER

CANADA AT WAR

The country is already involved in a long-running battle with Saddam’s regime, writes
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THEWEEK

Military

Charges laid over Canadian friendly fire deaths
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