November 11, 2002

Beyond Kyoto HOW YOUR LIFE WILL CHANGE 1819
Cover

Beyond Kyoto HOW YOUR LIFE WILL CHANGE

Accord or no accord, new approaches to cars, homes, business and power sources are in the wind, writes
WHEN A LOVED ONE VANISHES 3839
Life

WHEN A LOVED ONE VANISHES

Two years ago CHRIS TENOVE’s friend suddenly disappeared. He’s still struggling to accept that.
HEROISM ON VERRIERES RIDGE 6869
History

HEROISM ON VERRIERES RIDGE

Brian McKenna recounts the worst Canadian disaster after Dieppe
FEELING SUPERIOR 5859
Will Ferguson’s Canada

FEELING SUPERIOR

How we got in touch with our ‘inner voyageurs’
PROS AND CONS 24b25
Cover

PROS AND CONS

Ratify Kyoto or go it alone? Two experts present their opposing views.
FOOLING WITH HOLLYWOOD FORMULA 8484a
Film

FOOLING WITH HOLLYWOOD FORMULA

Four new movies try to reinvent the rules of the game
THE MAIL 88a

THE MAIL

‘One of your “top employers,” Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children, pays 84 per cent of salary for 26 weeks of maternity leave? And our health system needs a huge input of dollars? No wonder!’
IS HE CANADA'S MAN IN MOSCOW? 4848a
Russia

IS HE CANADA'S MAN IN MOSCOW?

A Russian academic remains in jail facing accusations of spying for Canada
TIME OF TERROR 3031
World

TIME OF TERROR

From bombings at nightspots to snipers in the suburbs, the threat seems to be mutating faster than the West can impose its curatives, says
NORTEL’S LONG STRUGGLE BACK 5455
Business

NORTEL’S LONG STRUGGLE BACK

CEO Frank Dunn claims it will be profitable next year, but experts doubt it
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