January 12, 2004

Uganda

THE UNKNOWN WAR

Art

TEN ARTISTS WHO ROCK

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Cover

HOW GRADES FAIL OUR KIDS

Many experts, writes SUE FERGUSON, argue marks kill motivation
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Uganda

THE UNKNOWN WAR

In their battle against government troops, rebels force children to fight—and die
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Art

TEN ARTISTS WHO ROCK

It’s worth keeping an eye on the imaginative flights of these Canadians
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Environment

HERD MENTALITY

A couple follows the migration to measure caribou’s sensitivity to development
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THE MAIL

As a reservist who returned home from a peacekeeping tour in 1995 to no one who understood what I had exchanged (a year at university, time with my loved ones) for the opportunity to serve Canada abroad, stories like the one written by Danylo Hawaleshka warm my heart (“Having a blast,” Military, Dec. 22).
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Business

THE ON-LINE BATTLE OVER COPYRIGHT

The hard-hit music industry is striking back, reports MICHAEL SNIDER
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Q&A

‘I’M MILITANTLY MYSELF’

Back with another season, The Newsroom's creator insists on having control
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Essay

IN PRAISE OF THE MULLET

The NHL’s selling bygone jerseys. They oughtta bring back heritage hair.
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Television

WORLDS OF WONDER

A lawyer chases legal rabbits, refugees strive for Canada, an angel comes calling
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Mad Cow

A BLEAK NEW YEAR

But the U.S. outbreak might help Canadian producers, BRIAN BERGMAN reports
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