May 10, 2004

THIS PLACE IS A SALAD’ 2425
Israel

THIS PLACE IS A SALAD’

On an Israeli farm in the shadow of the West Bank, ALEXANDRE TRUDEAU discovers a complex mix of people and emotions
BOOKS AND TH E CITY 4849
Fiction

BOOKS AND TH E CITY

Finally, Canadian novels that portray the lives of contemporary urbanites
Riverdale, Toronto 3233

Riverdale, Toronto

ROOMING HOUSE RESTORED TO GLORY
THAT VISION THING 1819
Politics

THAT VISION THING

The election-bound PM was supposed to inspire us, but it’s been big talk and small steps, says PÂUL WELLS
THEMAIL 67

THEMAIL

‘I hope Air Canada can survive. Whether it was Tokyo or Toronto, they always provided me, a lowly student, with a decent seat and good service.’
DOCS WITHOUT BORDERS 4445
Film

DOCS WITHOUT BORDERS

A new breed of filmmakers launches a revolution in reportage
A PLACE IN THE HEART 4041
Essay

A PLACE IN THE HEART

We learned about the lost Estonia. But what to do once it’s found?
HAPPINESS IS A WARM GUN 4243
Letter from Pittsburgh

HAPPINESS IS A WARM GUN

Nothing like an NRA convention to rally the Republican vote, writes JONATHON GATEHOUSE
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Opa and glory

Canada’s athletes have a good chance of winning medals at this year’s Summer Olympics in Athens, as long as the bus gets to the stadium.
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Business

THE NORTEL SHIPWRECK

It’ll take more than a sure-handed Navy man to steer the firm into calm waters
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