December 29, 2003

A STUDY IN KINDNESS 6869
Health

A STUDY IN KINDNESS

Edith Petes donated half her liver to a co-worker with a rare blood type like hers. Wouldn’t anyone?
INFERNAL ODYSSEYS 8081
Film

INFERNAL ODYSSEYS

Bringing it all back home for the holidays
CANADA'S IDOL GOES GLOBAL 7677
Music

CANADA'S IDOL GOES GLOBAL

In London, SHANDA DEZIEL chronicles our guy’s campaign for world stardom
JUST SAY YES 3233
The Maclean’s year-end poll

JUST SAY YES

Marijuana. Same-sex marriage. Staying out of Iraq. Divisive issues, yes, but also a source of a new national pride in the kind of nation we’re becoming, says CHARLIE GILLIS.
THE MAIL 67

THE MAIL

I am continually amazed by the Canadian preoccupation with all things American, as demonstrated by Maclean’s on an almost weekly basis (“Blame America,” Politics, Dec. 8). It surely has to be one of the great love-hate international relationships in history, but it is largely one-sided.
MR. CENTR E-LEFT 5859
Q&A

MR. CENTR E-LEFT

Despite his crackdown on spending, the PM sees himself as a liberal’s Liberal
LAYING OUT THE MARTIN RULES 6263
Politics

LAYING OUT THE MARTIN RULES

The new Prime Minister is wasting no time in putting his stamp on Ottawa
BUMP RIDE 2829
The Maclean’s year-end poll

BUMP RIDE

Two decades of our annual soundings have tracked Canadians’ growing sense of who we are,
WHY 2004 MAY SET RECORDS 5657
Column

WHY 2004 MAY SET RECORDS

The global economy is poised for unprecedented wealth creation
THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING 6667
Column

THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING

This new wave of wealthy visitors to England is likely to remain
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