October 27, 2003

IN THE SHADOW OF SUFFERING 3031
Haiti

IN THE SHADOW OF SUFFERING

The promise of democracy has vanished, ALEXANDRE TRUDEAU reports
THE MAIL 88a

THE MAIL

Now that we have lost two more brave soldiers in the line of duty (“In harm’s way,” Cover, Oct. 13), isn’t it time we re-evaluated our position in Afghanistan? Does it enhance our defence or does it enhance the international political position of Jean Chrétien? Our people are getting killed because present and previous Liberal governments have allowed the Canadian Forces to become strategically and functionally impaired.
THE LOST KINGDOM 7676a
Will Ferguson’s Canada

THE LOST KINGDOM

Myths and history enliven Tadoussac on the Saguenay
WEDDINGS ON THE FRONT LINE 4849
Middle East

WEDDINGS ON THE FRONT LINE

Muslims and Jews joined in love face ancient hatreds
BEARING WITNESS 3637
Maclean’s Excerpt

BEARING WITNESS

A decade later, the genocide in Rwanda still haunts the Canadian general who led the UN forces there
HOW THE WEST MIGHT BE WON 20b21
Politics

HOW THE WEST MIGHT BE WON

Paul Martin is sensitive to Western Canada’s concerns. Will that be enough?
‘LONG-DISTANCE HOLLERING’ 6667
Q&A

‘LONG-DISTANCE HOLLERING’

A ‘puzzled’ former premier lashes out at a dysfunctional political system
BOOMERS HAVE IT TOUGH, TOO 7879
Essay

BOOMERS HAVE IT TOUGH, TOO

Sheer numbers give them clout, but they competed for everything they have
DIARY OF A MAD HOUSEWIFE 9293
Film

DIARY OF A MAD HOUSEWIFE

In a trio of indie contenders, Sylvia Plath’s story is a seductive downer
TWO TO TANGO 1819
Politics

TWO TO TANGO

In the Alliance and Tory dance, somebody had to lead, notes JOHN GEDDES
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