June 12, 2006

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Bravissimo!

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A MOST UNLIKELY PRISONER IN A BRUTAL PLACE

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Without charge, without trial, without hope

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Bravissimo!

Canada finally has a national opera house, complete with private boxes that will be the talk of society,
A MOST UNLIKELY PRISONER IN A BRUTAL PLACE 3233
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A MOST UNLIKELY PRISONER IN A BRUTAL PLACE

He’s a quiet scholar and Canadian citizen, imprisoned in Iran without charge. Ottawa has been powerless to help him.
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Without charge, without trial, without hope

Security certificates are an indefinite sentence. Whatever happened to due process for all?
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7 DAYS THE WEEK OF 5/29

With a financial crisis in the offing, the Palestinian Authority admitted last week that it is thinking about firing some 11,500 government employees who do not regularly show up for work, and another 5,000 who are past the mandatory retirement age of 60.
Women especially see conversation as 'you share something and the other person is supportive.' Blame Oprah. 1819
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Women especially see conversation as 'you share something and the other person is supportive.' Blame Oprah.

ESSAYIST STEPHEN MILLER TALKS TO KENNETH WHYTE ABOUT HIS NEW BOOK CONVERSATION: A HISTORY OF A DECLINING ART
Even turnips wouldn't help Bush 6667
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Even turnips wouldn't help Bush

A new book says politicians need more Harry Truman 'Turnip Day' moments. It's wrong.
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CLEANING UP THE UPPER HOUSE

Even those who want Senate reform are unsure how Harper will do it—or why.
ONE BIG UNHAPPY FAMILY 3031
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ONE BIG UNHAPPY FAMILY

In the new Ottawa, Harper is the head of the clan, and the press his squabbling stepkids
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CRIMINALS. FLAKED LOSERS

The CFL has a problem, even if Ricky’s charming
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An unofficial contest for Canadian philanthropist of the year was hatched last week when two of the country’s most prominent businessmen each announced multi-million-dollar charity donations. Peter Munk (bottom), founder of Barrick Gold, revealed he’ll give more than $25 million to the Toronto General Hospital—the largest offering ever to a Canadian hospital, and Munk’s second contribution.
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