May 17, 2004

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Cover

SEX'SUE & CELEBRITY

How a Canadian granny became the darling of Letterman and the American media
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THE MAIL

As a Canadian who has lived, worked and travelled around the world for most of my adult life, I was very pleased to see Jonathan Gatehouse acknowledge the negative aspect of Canadian patriotism that I loathe every time I come into contact with Canadians intent on showing our superiority over Americans (“The know-it-all neighbour,” Cover, May 3).
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Iraq

AFTER THE SIEGE

Falluja insurgents see the U.S. withdrawal as an admission of defeat
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Sudan

AFRICA’S ENDLESS WAR

Despite new atrocities, Sudan still hopes for peace
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Cover

BIRDS, BEESAND BLIND IGNORANCE

While adults dither, kids sweat over date rape, oral sex and masturbation
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Iraq

PHOTO FINISH?

The torture scandal prompts calls for an end to the reign of Rumsfeld
THE MEDICARE MONEY TREE 2021
Politics

THE MEDICARE MONEY TREE

Are the Liberals really against private health care, or just trying to quash a touchy debate?
THE INDISTINCT SOCIETY 2425
Quebec

THE INDISTINCT SOCIETY

The Bloc may be popular, but Quebecers are in tune with Canada
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Essay

RED AMERICA, BLUE AMERICA

Sure, it’s Bush vs. Kerry. But the political punch-up is a clash not just of candidates but of cultures. BOB LEVIN reflects on a nation divided.
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Music

FEISTY IN FRANCE

IF YOU FIND YOURSELF in Paris one day and haven’t a clue whether the Musée d’Orsay is à droite or à gauche, luck just might deliver you into the hands of the musician known as Feist. The ultra-hip vocal powerhouse moved to the City of Light six months ago, and she’s been randomly offering directions to Canadian travellers.
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