April 4, 2005

THE RELENTLESS TERRY FOX 2223
Cover

THE RELENTLESS TERRY FOX

He’s become a national icon. But on the Trans-Canada Highway 25 years ago, recalls KEN MACQUEEN, he was one tough young man.
THE LEGACY OF HOPE 2829
Cover

THE LEGACY OF HOPE

Matthew Bendoritis had the same osteosarcoma that killed Terry Fox. But thanks to medical advances, writes DANYLO HAWALESHKA, young Matt has better odds.
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VOICES

THE MAIL

Regarding the question you raised in your March 21 Cover story, “Karla Homolka: Girl next door," about trailing her after her release from prison this July, of course she should be monitored. The chick is more dangerous than a needle in a pie.
CAMPUS KAMA SUTRA 4041
Life

CAMPUS KAMA SUTRA

Nothing’s too raunchy for the mostly female sex columnists in college papers
DIRTY LITTLE SECRET 3435
Europe

DIRTY LITTLE SECRET

As Turkey looks west, its future will likely be decided in its strife-torn southeast
HAIL TO PEOPLE POWER 1819
Politics

HAIL TO PEOPLE POWER

You say you want a revolution? Check out B.C.
A SHORT HISTORY OF HEIGHT 4445
Science

A SHORT HISTORY OF HEIGHT

Canadians are now taller than Americans, who have suddenly plateaued—but all tre towering Dutch. So what's their secret?
HARD-BOILED BURLESQUE 5051
Film

HARD-BOILED BURLESQUE

Noir guys and ninja dolls slug it out in the pulp fiction depths of Sin City
UNLOVELY, UNLOVED? 4848a
Society

UNLOVELY, UNLOVED?

There’s no underestimating the power of a pretty face—or of a homely one
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All Business

HOW DETROIT LOST ITS COOL

By relying on incentives, GM and Ford have lost ground to the imports
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