June 30, 2003

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THE MAIL

THE MAIL

As a nurse-clinician who works alongside interdisciplinary colleagues, I was surprised that you omitted the most important partners in the collaborative health-care team: the patient and family (“Team players,” Health Report/Cover, June 16).
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Food

TASTES OF THE TRUE NORTH

Canadian cuisine, writes PATRICIA HLUCHY, is a medley of local and ethnic flavours
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Afghanistan

FREEDOM DENIED

When the Taliban fell, women were supposed to get a better deal. It hasn’t happened.
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History

I REMEMBER SICILY

Sixty years after the invasion, journalist PETER STURSBERG recalls the landing
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Film

DISEASE, MONSTERS AND METAPHOR

Contagion and inner demons run rampant in three new movies
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Business

THE PROFITS IN REPELLENTS

West Nile fears are driving sales in protective products, JOHN INTINI reports
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Q&A

‘STAND UP OR BE SUCKED IN’

A crusader says the world has to resist George W. Bush’s imperialist agenda
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Refugees

‘A LONG JOURNEY AHEAD’

For the Palestinian diaspora, peace negotiations are unlikely to end the ordeal
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Food

HOME GROWN

The best domestic wines are made from 100-per-cent Canadian grapes
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Column

A RARE OTTAWA SUCCESS

The Canada Pension Plan is one of the best in the world—and will remain sound
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