November 1, 2004

Cover

THE WAR NEXT DOOR

Health

THE GREAT DRUG DEBATE

All Business

TROUBLES AT THE GLOBE

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Cover

THE WAR NEXT DOOR

The U.S. race is tight, vicious—and vital to the rest of the world. Welcome to Ohio, where the battle will be won or lost
THE GREAT DRUG DEBATE 3233
Health

THE GREAT DRUG DEBATE

Canadian meds have become a political hot potato in the States. Who says they’re unsafe?
TROUBLES AT THE GLOBE 3637
All Business

TROUBLES AT THE GLOBE

The war with the National Post is proving long, brutal and unwinnable
THE MAIL 67
THE MAIL

THE MAIL

The criteria for rating “Canada’s 100 best places to work” (Cover, Oct. 11) seemed rather shallow and me-oriented. Where were attributes like “a stimulating place to work” or “a place that I am proud of” ? Great companies are those that contribute to society, are accountable, support their communities and are environmentally responsible.
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FROM BOTH SIDES NOW

Jane Flink, Republican-turned-Democrat, former editor and publisher of the Boone County Journal of Ashland, Mo., now its columnist. GIVEN HIS PERFORMANCE in the debates, not to mention his record in the White House, logic says George W. Bush’s goose ought to be cooked.
ROCK AND HOLY ROLLERS 44b45
Books

ROCK AND HOLY ROLLERS

A troubled Mennonite heroine captivates the world
MIDAS NO LONGER 2829
Politics

MIDAS NO LONGER

King Ralph has lost his golden political touch, writes BRIAN BERGMAN
MEN UNDER THE INFLUENCE 4243
Film

MEN UNDER THE INFLUENCE

Three tales of intoxication give a fresh kick to classic formulas
WHO’S BEST FOR CANADA? 2627
Cover

WHO’S BEST FOR CANADA?

In the free trade vs. protectionism debate, the choice is as clear as mud, reports STEVE MAICH
HOW I LEARNED TO GO WILD 4647
Over to You

HOW I LEARNED TO GO WILD

All it took was a canoe trip through Canada’s magnificent boreal forest
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