November 11, 2002

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Beyond Kyoto HOW YOUR LIFE WILL CHANGE

Life

WHEN A LOVED ONE VANISHES

History

HEROISM ON VERRIERES RIDGE

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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

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Life

WHEN A LOVED ONE VANISHES

Two years ago CHRIS TENOVE’s friend suddenly disappeared. He’s still struggling to accept that.

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History

HEROISM ON VERRIERES RIDGE

Brian McKenna recounts the worst Canadian disaster after Dieppe

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Will Ferguson’s Canada

FEELING SUPERIOR

How we got in touch with our ‘inner voyageurs’

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PROS AND CONS

Ratify Kyoto or go it alone? Two experts present their opposing views.

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Film

FOOLING WITH HOLLYWOOD FORMULA

Four new movies try to reinvent the rules of the game

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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!’

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Russia

IS HE CANADA'S MAN IN MOSCOW?

A Russian academic remains in jail facing accusations of spying for Canada

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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

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Business

NORTEL’S LONG STRUGGLE BACK

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

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