September 6, 2004

NOVA SCOTIA’S DRY SPELL 4849
Business

NOVA SCOTIA’S DRY SPELL

The energy sector has not delivered on its promises
IS THIS CUP HALF EMPTY? 6465
Hockey

IS THIS CUP HALF EMPTY?

World tourney misses some stars and the old geopolitics
WRITING A NEW Rx 2021
Politics

WRITING A NEW Rx

Martin has had to doctor his catchy prescriptions for curing the health care system, writes JOHN GEDDES
LOWERING THE BAR 6869
ATHENS'04

LOWERING THE BAR

With a small team raised in an era of tight money and organizational disarray, Canada's medal tally took a tumble-as expected
RAGE AGAINST THE DARK 8283
Social Issues

RAGE AGAINST THE DARK

A new documentary spurs the debate over how we treat the elderly
THE MAIL 89
THE MAIL

THE MAIL

I applaud your feature on Canada’s best public secondary schools (“Canada’s best schools,” Cover, Aug. 23). As a former Earl Haig Secondary student in Toronto, current high school history and English teacher, and the proud older sister of one of the cofounders of the Zoom Student Film Festival featured in your Earl Haig profile, I think that we too often focus on the academic aspect of the high school experience.
A HEAD START ON AUTUMN 8687
Books

A HEAD START ON AUTUMN

The publishers' tactic pays off
CONFESSIONS FROM THE SHOOTING GALLERY 9091
Filmmaking

CONFESSIONS FROM THE SHOOTING GALLERY

A critic steps behind the camera, and gets hooked on a cottage industry
STRANGERS IN PARAGUAY 2829
Society

STRANGERS IN PARAGUAY

They came from Manitoba decades ago, but some Mennonites in this South American country still maintain their links to Canada, writes DAVID SAX
WE’RE IN THE MONEY 2425
Essay

WE’RE IN THE MONEY

Alberta is about to be debt-free. So what should Ralph Klein do with the freed-up funds?
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