June 2, 2003

Cover

NATURE UNDER SIEGE

Film

BARBARIAN DIVERSIONS

Agriculture

WHERE'S THE BEEF?

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NATURE UNDER SIEGE

A pioneering survey calls for action to save our rapidly vanishing wilderness, writes DANYLO HAWALESHKA
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Film

BARBARIAN DIVERSIONS

Denys Arcand’s latest was a gem amid the dire fare at Cannes
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Agriculture

WHERE'S THE BEEF?

A diseased cow deals a body blow to a $7.6-billion-a-year Canadian industry
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PUSHING NATURE’S LIMITS

In so many ways, we keep putting unnatural pressures on the environment
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Cover

AN ERIE DECLINE

Thanks to invasive species, the shallowest Great Lake is in big trouble—again
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Essay

BLOOD ON A ROAD MAP

Washington may have to drag both sides in the Middle East dispute to the peace table
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Q&A

‘I’M JUST A FAN OF MUSIC’

A master manager explains how he takes recording artists to the top
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Iraq

‘KILLING WAS JUST A GAME’

Hundreds of Iraqis are digging through mass graves in search of relatives
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Books

TO TURIN WITH MOUNTIES

Canadian literature—with a little help from Ottawa—is sizzling hot in Italy
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Column

WORDS OF CAUTION

Thinking of buying a home? The best advice is: it may not be a good idea.
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