They draw inspiration from the Book of Acts, their guiding philosophy from the words of Christ. But listen long enough to members of the Christian Peacemaker Teams and you’ll soon hear echoes of another apostle of non-violent resistance.By CHARLIE GILLIS
A special supplement from CBC in association with Maclean’s Time for better news CBC rethinks its reporting. BP.12 Hockey makes a quick recovery Faster game scores. BP.6 A television atlas of Canada Series that shape us. BP. 10 COMEDY WEEK: We’re funny that way. BP.3
Anna Rupert, a third-year psychology student at the University of Western Ontario, is famous around campus for two reasons. First, she’s the daughter of Bonnie Stern, Canada’s best-known cook-book author, cooking teacher and food writer.By REBECCA ECKLER
The British embassy in Berlin has issued a helpful German glossary for British soccer enthusiasts attending next year’s World Cup. While it provides German words for soccer-related terms such as “schlusspfiff” (final whistle), it also has terms such as “Alkoholverbot” (alcohol is forbidden), “randalierende Fans" (rampaging fans), “Stinkefinger” (middle-finger salute) and “Er kotzte wie ein Reiher" (he puked his guts up).
CHARLES & CAMILLA  After a fairy tale wedding, two heirs, a scandalous affair, a messy divorce and a tragic accident, poor Charles was married to neither the mother of his children nor the love of his life. That changed in April, when, after a three-decade courtship, he finally wed Camilla—who promptly suggested he give up polo.
ANDREW RANKIN The RBC Dominion Securities exec was sentenced to six months for giving insider tips to his old Upper Canada College chum. DAVID AHENAKEW  The former First Nations Assembly leader was convicted of inciting hatred against Jews, fined $1,000 and stripped of the Order of Canada.
They won’t say exactly who did it, but a trader at Tokyo’s Mizuho Securities recently cost his firm about $266 million, and scuttled the staff’s Christmas bonuses, because of what is known in the financial industry as “fat-finger syndrome.”
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