December 20, 2004

Cover

CRAKING THE DA VINCI CODE

Politics

LOCAL HERO

Special Report

CHARITY CHIC

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Cover

CRAKING THE DA VINCI CODE

It’s not just the thrills. The novel’s impact proves we’re still fascinated by the story of Jesus—and by conspiracy theories.
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Politics

LOCAL HERO

Danny Williams’s stunts and savvy have pushed Newfoundland’s concerns to the top of the national agenda
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Special Report

CHARITY CHIC

It’s not enough to make donors feel good—they need to feel cool. Brother, can you spare $19.99?
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Democracy

UKRAINE'S ORANGE ALERT

The revolution continues—albeit with some compromises
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THE MAIL

Great job on your story about why it’s time to be friends again with our U.S. neighbours (“Are we having fun yet?” Cover, Dec. 6). Most other media put a negative spin on George W. Bush’s visit to Canada. I may not be his biggest fan, but I think it’s time we put an emphasis on strengthening the partnership between our two great countries.
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Film

COMING IN FROM THE COLD

At Whistler's film festival, there’s fresh hope for Canadian movies
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Special Report

BATTLE OF THE BALLS

As fundraising galas multiply, the rich and the hip have never had it so good
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Health

THE NEW NORMAL

Fed up with long waits, Canadians seem ready to take a flier on private care
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ESSAY

INNOCENCE BETRAYED

Seeing a trusted teacher being convicted of abuse raises a myriad of emotions
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All Business

FATE’S FAVOURITE FALL GUY

John Hunkin’s penchant for risk has brought CIBC nothing but pain
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