July 12, 2004

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Election 2004

THE INSIDE STORY OF CANADA'S NASTIEST CAMPAIGN

Paul Martin had it, lost it—then got down-anddirty. It didn’t help Stephen Harper that his own people kept shooting him in the foot.
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THE MAIL

I read with interest your articles on “Health care that works” (Special Report, June 21). There were some good ideas that would improve health care delivery. However, there are bigger matters we must solve before the quality of Canadian health care can improve substantially.
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Iraq

LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD CANUCKS

There are Canadians in Iraq— and they're servings in the U.S. Marine Crops.
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Election 2004

HIGH-WIRE POLITICS

Minority governments require a fine balancing act, but that’s not necessarily a prescription for caution. JOHN GEDDES reports on the struggles ahead.
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Essay

AN ADDICT’S CONFESSION

I was beyond helping myself. Thank goodness some friends stepped in.
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Legends

A KING FOR ALL SEASONS

A new film presents a King Arthur like no other, but still tells the old story of one brief, shining moment
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Olympics

LAST GASP FOR GLORY

If's an all-out battle for seats in Canada’s top-rated, Athens-bound boats, KEN MACQUEEN reports
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Column

FLIGHT OF THE GOLD BUGS

The precious metal is back in vogue, but for the wrong reasons
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Iraq

WHO’S IN CHARGE?

The U.S. transferred sovereignty but not real power
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Over to You

THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS

My purse was gone. Passport Credit cards. Priceless film. But then...
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