January 24, 2005

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Relief

THE TSUNAMI'S NEXT FRONT

Hunger and Infection are now the big killers
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THE MAIL

When I flipped through the story “Beyond words” in Maclean’s (Cover, Jan 10), I’d already had enough. I had seen enough video of a giant wave wiping out a hotel and I had heard enough talk of how the world could help. Then I began reading your article.
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Architecture

THE ART OF SUBTLETY

The modest new Canadian War Museum goes against the trend toward spectacular projects
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Cover

46 HOUSEHOLD HINTS

Home is not only where the heart is, it’s where there are the most opportunities to make a difference
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Film

TALES OF TRANSGRESSION

In a trio of movies, men who behave badly aren’t entirely bad men
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Health

COLD FRONT

Have the sniffles? Try the celebrity cure that Don Cherry, Michael Burgess and Margaret Atwood swear by.
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All Business

SELLING ETHICS AT NORTEL

The company’s paeans to integrity drip with irony for shareholders
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Cover

101 EASY WAYS TO SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT (AND MONEY TOO)

Indoors, outdoors and on the road: how to be cleaner and greener without breaking a sweat.
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Over to You

PERMISSION TO SPEAK FREELY

The best way to teach English in Japan is to get out of the schoolroom
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Cover

21 SEEDS OF CHANGE

When you’re in the garden, ‘the environment’ is right beneath your feet, so naturally, it should be healthy
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