March 10, 2003

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WAR: WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?

Profile

MAVERICK NA SH

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IGNORING THE LESSONS OF THE PAST?

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WAR: WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?

Nothing, according to the British. And sometimes, JONATHON GATEHOUSE reports, the debate isn’t even civil.
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Profile

MAVERICK NA SH

He’s a modest star who prefers a low profile, so his risky anti-war stand says a lot
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IGNORING THE LESSONS OF THE PAST?

Skeptics of an attack on Iraq include British and U.S. veterans of the first Gulf War
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Will Ferguson’s Canada

WHERE WE BEGIN

Nothing prepared me for Nootka Sound
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THE MAIL

THE MAIL

Do you suppose that obesity, especially among children, would be such an issue if a large percentage of our population was not packed up in minivans, driving around their suburban neighbourhoods (“Diets: what works, what doesn’t,” Cover, Feb. 24)?
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GOAL: ‘WORLD DOMINATION’

The CEO of romance powerhouse Harlequin talks about selling sexier fiction
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THE ‘STRANGE WAYS' OF JOSCHKA FISCHER

The protestor-turned-politician is a driving force behind Germany’s contentious foreign policy
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Cities

EASTERN HOT SPOTS

Halifax, Moncton, St. John’s—people and money are flowing into three newly booming centres
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CANADA’S VOICE ON AMERICA’S WAR

Graham supports the U.S. battle against terrorism, but only if the rest of the world helps set the rules
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THE SICK GREENBACK

As the dollar’s troubles worsen, watch China and its currency. Then watch gold.
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