November 7, 2005

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Cover

Pass the weed, Dad

Parents are smoking dope with their kids. What are they thinking?
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EXCLUSIVE

FORCED TO SELL THEIR BODIES FAR FROM HOME

A new book by ISABEL VINCENT uncovers the little-known tragedy of Jewish slave-prostitutes
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Cover

High crimes and very high profits

Marijuana cultivation—and prohibition—has made a lot of Canadians rich
SECOND TERM CURSE 1617
United States

SECOND TERM CURSE

Like Reagan and Clinton, George W. Bush faces scandal and waning Influence
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THE MAIL

THE MAIL

The headline “Norman Bethune sex shocker” (Oct. 24) was more befitting a gossip rag. Still, there is no question that the material was interesting.’
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Cover

B.C.’s tunnel busters

It all began when a border agent noticed a drug dealer doing an honest day’s work
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THE MACLEAN'S INTERVIEW

SECURE CANADA. OR ELSE.

EARLIER THIS YEAR, the federal government announced that Canada will not join the U.S. ballistic missile defence initiative. It was Paul Martin’s Liberals who made the decision, but Stephen Harper’s Conservatives didn’t disagree. The consensus in Ottawa is that while the U.S. may be disappointed with Canada’s choice, we’re not really missing anything by being outside the tent on missile defence.
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Politics

FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE

WHEN PEOPLE on Parliament Hill talk about Scott Reid, Prime Minister Paul Martin’s close adviser and spokesman, the conversation invariably turns to a remarkable piece of television that aired on CBC shortly after the 2004 election. Near the end of the documentary detailing the ups and downs of the campaign, Reid is talking about the qualities that make Martin a great leader when his voice cracks, his eyes well up and suddenly he’s struggling to hold back tears.
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Business

A SOFT TARGET

Hudson’s Bay Company epitomized Canadian values. Torus out, that’s been the problem.
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Television

PRIME-TIME PERP SCHOOL

The new crime shows do a good job of educating criminals arid couch potatoes
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