November 25, 2002

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STRONG AND FREE

The Maclean’s Excerpt

THREE WHO FACED DEATH

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AMERICA LITE: IS THAT OUR FUTURE?

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STRONG AND FREE

According to author DOUGLAS COUPLAND, Canadians and Americans have never been more different. But there is that potential U.S. invasion to worry about.
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The Maclean’s Excerpt

THREE WHO FACED DEATH

The bomber crew barely survived for 10 days on an icy crag off Greenland
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AMERICA LITE: IS THAT OUR FUTURE?

NOT LIKE THEM. It’s how we’ve defined ourselves for generations. Quieter, less violent, more caring, not as arrogant. Different. Better. Everything Americans are, we aren’t. It is the thing, along with the lint, that we have found at the very centre of ourselves—the only chartable discovery in our seemingly endless search for a national identity.
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INSIDE KIM’S HERMIT KINGDOM

The Dear Leader’s country is eerie and hungry
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LIVING WITH GRIZZLY BEARS

A Canadian couple challenges the animals' reputation as ferocious killers
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'HOPE IS A FUNDAMENTAL FUEL'

The Man in Motion talks of fishing, family and a future without wheelchairs
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THE JOY OF JOYCE

The ex-Tim Hortons king is trying to have it all at 72
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WE LIKE TO WATCH

Canada has found its cultural identity as the Media Nation, transparently filtering the world
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WAR AND THE WEST'S BETRAYALS

‘Freedom’ for Iraq? Just look at my nation, says an Afghan-born writer
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Terrorism

FROM BIN LADEN TO SADDAM

Ottawa’s with the United States—but still ambivalent about war on Iraq
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