November 14, 2005

STALKING A SILENT KILLER 108109
Depression

STALKING A SILENT KILLER

After Gavin Craig and Kelty Dennehy lost their lives to depression and suicide, their families vowed to crack the code of silence around an insidious disease
WAGING A WAR FOR TALENT 1819
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WAGING A WAR FOR TALENT

With philanthropy playing a bigger role in fostering excellence, universities are increasingly able to attract the best and the brightest
A COLD AND DESPERATE WALK 9495
EXCLUSIVE

A COLD AND DESPERATE WALK

Abandoned by Saskatoon cops in -22°C weather, Darrell Night almost died
MEDICAL DOCTORAL WINNER 3435
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MEDICAL DOCTORAL WINNER

MCGILL UNIVERSITY
THE MAIL 67
THE MAIL

THE MAIL

‘Canadian Tire Guy has been haunting hockey commercial breaks for too long. Is there a tool to make him stop?’
THEY DIDN’T HAVE TO GO 9091
Kashechewan

THEY DIDN’T HAVE TO GO

Why the evacuation of the reserve was a classic case of official overreaction
STUDENT BODY 4647
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STUDENT BODY

The quality and dedication of students have an enormous impact on the learning environment. Maclean's takes two measures of entering grades, and calculates the proportion of first-year students who return for a second year—fullor part-time.
PRIMARILY UNDERGRADUATE WINNER 4243
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PRIMARILY UNDERGRADUATE WINNER

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
NOT THE ANAL PROBE! 132133
Books

NOT THE ANAL PROBE!

People convinced they were abducted by aliens likely suffer from sleep paralysis
RANKING CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES 3232_1
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RANKING CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES

ANN DOWSETT JOHNSTON and MARY DWYER explain the methodology behind the annual Maclean’s survey
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