March 14, 2005

IS POT REALLY TO BLAME? 2223
Cover

IS POT REALLY TO BLAME?

Not everyone agrees that the RCMP tragedy, however heartbreaking, should spur a drug crackdown
THE MAIL 67
THE MAIL

THE MAIL

Your Kyoto cover (“Canada’s Kyoto shell game,” Feb. 28) lacks perspective. Since the population of Canada was about 28 million in 1990 and about 32 million in 2004, an increase of nearly 15 per cent, the fact that our greenhouse gas emissions increased by a greater percentage over that same period is hardly a coincidence.
ON GUARD FOR THEE 3031
Security

ON GUARD FOR THEE

KEN MACQUEEN reports from HMCS Algonquin on the state of our coastal defence
MIDNIGHT COWGIRL 4647
Music

MIDNIGHT COWGIRL

An artist takes Manhattan with her new CD
BOOZER FROM OUTER SPACE 4445
Film

BOOZER FROM OUTER SPACE

A Canuck talent makes a hilariously zany debut
THE MATCHMAKER 3839
India

THE MATCHMAKER

Behind the scenes, Madhav Das Nalapat is transforming diplomacy. CLEO PASKAL reports.
FREEDOM FROM WANT 3636a
LaFontaine-Baldwin Lecture

FREEDOM FROM WANT

A staunch UN High Commissioner calls for enforcing human rights in Canada
OUR POLICY: MADE IN AMERICA 4243

OUR POLICY: MADE IN AMERICA

Post-9/11, Canada may simply become a client state of the Pentagon
HEART OF DARKNESS 2627
Cover

HEART OF DARKNESS

In Mayerthorpe, residents struggle with the legacy of the angry man who brought them sudden notoriety
VICTORIA’S TAX NIGHTMARE 4041
All Business

VICTORIA’S TAX NIGHTMARE

How phantom stock profits threaten to ruin a group of tech workers
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