April 12, 2004

ENTER THE DRAGON 4647
China

ENTER THE DRAGON

As the Asian giant opens for business, Canada in particular is feeling the impact,
THE MAIL 89

THE MAIL

Your cover photograph showing the Niagara Falls wedding of Michael Orr and Thomas Pate made me proud to be a Canadian (“Got a problem with this?” Cover, March 29). As a partner in a long-term heterosexual marriage, I agree entirely that marriage should be an option available for all partners who wish both the legal rights of marriage, and the dignity and joy of an official ceremony.
IN FROM THE COLD? 7071
Syria

IN FROM THE COLD?

ADNAN R. KHAN on whether this Mideast power-broker really is on a new path
THE INCOME TRAP 4041
Personal Finance

THE INCOME TRAP

Staying home with the kids can prove costly at tax time. Who’s to blame?
ART OF SEDITION 8485
Culture

ART OF SEDITION

The Whitney Biennial demonstrates the knockout power of creative dissidence
LIBERALS AT THE ABYSS 3435
Politics

LIBERALS AT THE ABYSS

Paul Martin may be unable to navigate the Chrétien ‘puddle of sleaze'
ALL OR NOTHING 3233
Politics

ALL OR NOTHING

Tinkering with Senate reform might end up giving an unelected body more power
IN DEFENCE OF THE MASTERS 3839
Golf

IN DEFENCE OF THE MASTERS

Mike Weir beat the odds once. Why not twice?
SUDBURY SAVIOUR 3031
Cover

SUDBURY SAVIOUR

The arrival of a priest from Zambia brought new life, and laughter, to an Italian parish in Northern Ontario
PREPARING FOR THE FRONT LINE 7475
Aid

PREPARING FOR THE FRONT LINE

Humanitarian workers receive survival training
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