November 10, 2003

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History

DIARIES OF DOOM

JOHN TEAHAN was my uncle. To me, born 15 years after his death, he was the sepia portrait of a grave, handsome soldier, three medals under glass and a formal letter of condolence from the King, hanging in a row in my grandmother’s front hall.
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THEMAIL

Children are stressed and their parents depressed, seeking comfort through food and tobacco, you say (“5 ways to make Canadians healthier,” Cover, Oct. 27). If the burgers and smokes don’t kill us, we’ll be forced to wait for hip replacements and nursinghome placements while working at McDonald’s because of our valueless pension plans.
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Cover

PAUL MARTIN'S OTTAWA

CHANGE IS GOOD. Sometime soon—maybe as early as this week, maybe as late as December—Jean Chrétien will throw in the towel, prorogue the House of Commons and effectively bring an end to his decade as prime minister. He will still have the job title.
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Iraq

MEAN STREETS

The attacks confirm what police already know—Baghdad is a dangerous place
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Personal Finance

LIFE AFTER WORK

KATHERINE MACKLEM tries a new way to get her retirement plans in order
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Maclean’s Excerpt

SCORING MACHINE

Rocket Richard once enjoyed the game’s highest annual salary—$20,000
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Dance

EDGY MAGICIAN

Like his Dracula, Mark Godden’s The Magic Flute reinvents a classic and pushes ballet’s boundaries
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Iran

SEEKING ANSWERS

An inquiry into the death of a Montreal photojournalist in Tehran has become a showdown between reformers and hard-liners, JONATHON GATEHOUSE reports
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Over to YOU

MAY I PLEASE PAY TAXES?

Sure, governments squander some of our money. It’s their job.
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Column

OK, PREMIERS, GET IT DONE

It’s high time the provinces kept their promise to assess health care
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