October 7, 2002

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Will Ferguson’s Canada

SANDSTONE CITY

Calgary thrives on risk, but at times it’s just ruthless
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Essay

PRIVACY: WHO NEEDS IT?

We’re better off without it, argues Canada’s leading sci-fi writer
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THE MAIL

How very silly to let whether the Iraqis show us their arms be the deciding point on whether to enter into a war with Iraq (“No way out,” Cover, Sept. 23). Would the United States show off theirs? I think not. How very frightening to think that Canada cannot stand up and say, “No war.”
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Cover

CHAMPION OF THE FAR LEFT

Toronto councillor Jack Layton represents one wing fighting for the NDP, writes ROBERT SHEPPARD
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Cover

THE PARTY, C’EST MOI

To supporters, Paul Martin is the heart and soul of the Liberals. But what, asks JULIAN BELTRAME, is his vision?
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Cover

CAN LORD SAVE THE TORIES?

Insiders believe the New Brunswick premier is the one to revive the party, BENOIT AUBIN reports
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Q&A

'FREEDOMS ARE VERY EASILY LOST’

The acclaimed author talks about Iraq, Islam and threats to Western liberties
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Cover

500 DAYS TO REMAKE CANADIAN POLITICS

With Jean Chrétien preparing to step down, ANTHONY WILSON-SMITH says the country is facing a new era that will feature a changed cast of characters—and some sharply different topics for debate
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Iraq

NOT FOR JUSTICE, BUT OIL

Installing a friendly regime in Baghdad could provide the U.S. with cheap fuel
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BOOkS

WAR AND PASSION IN THE OLD WEST

Guy Vanderhaeghe’s brilliant new novel turns on the quest to find a lost son
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