May 12, 2003

Film

UNADORNED SPLICES OF LIFE

Essay

ADIEU TO SEPARATISM?

Children and War

A GRIM TOLL ON THE INNOCENT

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Film

UNADORNED SPLICES OF LIFE

Honesty shows its potency at Toronto’s documentary festival
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Essay

ADIEU TO SEPARATISM?

Jean Charest could end Quebec’s independence movement
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Children and War

A GRIM TOLL ON THE INNOCENT

The number of kids dying in conflicts is rising, writes
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Iran

LONGING FOR AMERICA

Suppressed by religious leaders, some Iranians would welcome a U.S. Invasion
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THE MAIL_

THE MAIL_

Finally, some good news! Congratulations to Mike Weir for becoming the first Canadian to win the Masters golf tournament and for elevating Canadian spirits (“So what next, Mike Weir?” Cover, April 28). Debates over whether Canada’s stance on the war in Iraq will affect Canada-U.S. relations will go on, and terrorism and SARS will still be determining factors in our travel plans.
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Q&A

RECOVERING FROM SCANDAL

The head of Canadian Blood Services says the agency is gaining public trust
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Column

HERE COMES THE JUDGE

This U.S. fashion arbiter is male, six-footseven, and wears fur coats and diamonds
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Over to You

THE MAGIC OF A ‘SICK DAY’

Feigning illness can be good for you— especially when mom’s a co-conspirator
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Column

CITIES UNDER STRESS

A coalition of municipalities is about to declare war on the provinces and Ottawa
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THE WEEK

WORLD

SARS The World Health Organization lifted its travel ban on Toronto following a round of furious lobbying by Canadian politicians and health officials. The mystery respiratory ailment has also been contained in Vietnam, the WHO said, but there were new cases in China and the disease spread to three new countries: New Zealand, South Korea and Poland.
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