February 16, 2004

Rick's shtick

Rick's shtick

LIVING IN FEAR

LIVING IN FEAR

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Rick's shtick

Rick's shtick

Canada's hottest TV comic can't resist that blood sport, politics
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LIVING IN FEAR

LIVING IN FEAR

The conflict may be ending, but women and girls in the Congo still face violence
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THE MAIL

Cops, like everyone else, are subject to human frailties (“Under the gun,” Crime, Feb. 2). But how about the politicians who benefit from criminal practices? Let’s also weed out the judges who take bribes. Let’s weed out the lawyers who purposefully slow up the court system, allowing criminals to go free.
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UNREALITY TELEVISION

UNREALITY TELEVISION

The fissures in U.S. society are nowhere to be seen on prime-time TV
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BUFFALO REBORN

BUFFALO REBORN

Conservationists have brought back the plains and wood bison, both once on the brink of extinction
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KING RALPH'S LONG REIGN

KING RALPH'S LONG REIGN

The premier seems to gain popularity each passing day. What’s his secret?
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NEW STOCK COPS

NEW STOCK COPS

Canada needs a securities watchdog with teeth, KATHERINE MACKLEM writes
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PAUL IS IN THE BUILDING

PAUL IS IN THE BUILDING

ONE OF THE few memorable lines to interrupt the swordplay in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King comes when Sir Ian McKellen, as Gandalf, says of the lull before battle, “It’s the deep breath before the plunge.” There was a moment like that in Parliament last week—or as close as federal politics gets.
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IN THE COUNTRY OF LOVE

IN THE COUNTRY OF LOVE

Bertolucci’s latest and a Carol Shields tale are romantic poles apart
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NO WIGGLE ROOM

NO WIGGLE ROOM

‘This is our opportunity to become self-sufficient,’ says Newfoundland’s premier
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