September 30, 2002

WHAT PARENTS DON’T KNOW (OR WON'T ADMIT) 2021
Cover

WHAT PARENTS DON’T KNOW (OR WON'T ADMIT)

Most grown-ups say the kids are OK. Truth is, says SHARON DOYLE DRIEDGER, the adults are in denial.
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Will Ferguson's Canada

LOVE AND LOSS

Old Quebec’s memories go straight to the heart
BIOTECH HOPE AND HYPE 4041
Essay

BIOTECH HOPE AND HYPE

The genetics revolution has failed to deliver
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THE MAIL

THE MAIL

'As I see it, we have been jolted out of our cocoon of avarice and comfort with the grief and terror of the Sept. 11 attack on the United States.'
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Film

OUR CHAMELEON SCREEN

New Canadian features come in an array of exotic colours—or a shroud of silence
WHY THE CANADIAN MILITARY ISN’T READY FOR A WAR 1617
The Iraq Campaign

WHY THE CANADIAN MILITARY ISN’T READY FOR A WAR

reports on the sorry state of the country’s armed forces. Years of neglect have created a climate of dysfunction.
A REAL ESTATE BUBBLE? 2829
Wealth

A REAL ESTATE BUBBLE?

House prices have soared in recent years. No one’s panicking yet, but some ask how long it can last
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Books

TWO WRITERS WHO RAISE THE DEAD

Wayne Johnston and Katherine Govier go beyond facts to get at historical truth
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THE WEEK

ScoreCard

Ex-General Electric boss struggles by on US$10-million annual pension after giving up use of company jet, New York City apartment and other retirement goodies. Forgot first rule of business: cover your assets. ▲ Arthur H. Willms: Ex-boss of Westcoast Energy also surrenders assets—makes record $500,000 donation to Vancouver Symphony.
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Column

GETTING THE CASH BACK

Income trusts are booming in Canada. The well-managed ones make sense.
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