April 21, 2003

EASTER IN THE HOLYLAND 4243
Religion

EASTER IN THE HOLYLAND

Violence and economic dislocation are fuelling an increasing exodus of Christians from the places where their faith was born 2,000 years ago
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THE MAIL

Thanks to Jonathon Gatehouse (“The road back”), Arthur Kent (“War miscalculations”), Alexandre (Sacha) Trudeau (“Living in a city under siege”) and to Maclean’s for surprising me with your April 7 cover stories. Maybe I’ve spent too much time down south, but I’d lost hope that a national newsmagazine would even begin to present that level of skepticism and humanity when covering a U.S.-led war.
WAR AND ROSES 2425
Cover

WAR AND ROSES

When U.S. forces arrived in the Iraqi capital, ALEXANDRE TRUDEAU was already there. exclusive account
CHAOS IN WAR’S WAKE 2829
Cover

CHAOS IN WAR’S WAKE

Iraq desperately needs law, order and aid
‘MORE HURT THAN ANGRY’ 3233
Cover

‘MORE HURT THAN ANGRY’

In Vermont, many understand—even accept— Canada’s anti-war stance
RESURRECTING JAMES 4849
Religion

RESURRECTING JAMES

A new book and film shed light on Jesus’s almost forgotten brother, leader of the earliest Christians
‘PEOPLE REALLY WANT TO LAUGH' 4041
Q&A

‘PEOPLE REALLY WANT TO LAUGH'

War or not, this top Canadian comic says audiences want the joking to go on
QUEER AS FOLK 5455
Film

QUEER AS FOLK

Sad sisters, sixties minstrels and a psycho shrink bring it all back home
THE DEBATE OVER ID CARDS 3839
Column

THE DEBATE OVER ID CARDS

Immigration Minister Denis Coderre’s reformist zeal challenges his bureaucracy
BEWARE OF THE BEARS 3637
Column

BEWARE OF THE BEARS

Despite SARS and Iraq, this is a good time to invest in the global economy
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