July 14, 2003

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CITY OF GOLD

The VancouverWhistler team scores the goal that matters—winning the Winter Games in 2010, writes JAMES DEACON
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NO WAY TO TREAT AN ATHLETE

Top performers desperately need more support,
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Q&A

GOOD MORNING, HEARTACHE

The singer-songwriter talks to BRIAN D. JOHNSON about the exquisite pain of her art
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THE MAIL

THE MAIL

After reading the cover story on Michael Ignatieff’s support for the war in Iraq (“Smart guy, eh?” June 23), I feel that the most crucial questions were left unasked. In espousing an “Empire Lite” view of American global influence, Ignatieff does not address the broader question of whether the U.S., as the world’s only superpower, can act in a manner that takes into account anything but its own self-interest.
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FROM BOOM TO BUST

How the markets came to crash—and why Canada looks good In the future
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THE CLOCK IS TICKING

Vancouver, says KEN MACQUEEN, will see a flurry of activity leading up to 2010
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Essay

IN A MONTREAL GROOVE

The city’s Jazz festival satisfies all tastes, from populist to esoteric
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PATIENCE REWARDED

Whistler's backers have wanted the Games for decades, KEN MACQUEEN reports
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THE PATIENT SPOUSE

Denis backed Margaret Thatcher’s ambitions and believed in her brilliance
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CHRÉTIEN’S LATEST PLOY

The PM, reveals Peter C. Newman, will reform the Senate to stymie Paul Martin
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