October 24, 2005

SEX, SPIES AND BETHUNE’S SECRET 4647
Investigation

SEX, SPIES AND BETHUNE’S SECRET

She was a dancer—tall, Swedish and beautiful—and she was the real reason Bethune had to get out of Spain, as MICHAEL PETROU reveals for the first time
The bravest man in Canada 7475
Profile

The bravest man in Canada

He pulled a drowning girl from an icy river, and months later was wounded when he saved a bouncer’s life. Maybe two GG awards aren’t enough for Const. Stephen Knight.
Showing the Love 2627
CANADA’S TOP 100 EMPLOYERS

Showing the Love

After two lean and mean decades, businesses are realizing they need to hang on to employees—and attract new ones. KATHERINE MACKLEM reports on the return of company loyalty.
SINNERS IN CYBERSPACE 5657
Life

SINNERS IN CYBERSPACE

Log on and unburden your conscience, or find out about others’ misdeeds
IT’S ALL IN THE PERKS 3435
CANADA’S TOP 100 EMPLOYERS

IT’S ALL IN THE PERKS

For many employees, work is not just about money
DUDE, WHERE’S MY RIVER? 8889
History

DUDE, WHERE’S MY RIVER?

He was our funniest explorer, forever getting lost and dismissed as a nutbar
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THE MAIL

THE MAIL

Congratulations on a wonderful centennial issue (“Maclean’s presents the next 100 years,” Oct. 10). I didn’t put it down until I had finished reading the entire thing. What a shame we won’t be here to read the next centennial edition. Or will we?
SO MUCH FOR THE PEACENIKS 1819
United States

SO MUCH FOR THE PEACENIKS

Why the anti-war movement is political poison
STAINLESS STEEL MAGNOLIAS 8484a
Film

STAINLESS STEEL MAGNOLIAS

From lady miners to supermoms, real-life renegades get a Hollywood makeover
PATHS TO POWER 1415
Politics

PATHS TO POWER

How the Liberals seduce voters with the classic bait and switch routine
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