May 5, 2008

WORLD

Why Israel can't survive

BUSINESS

The World's Weirdest CEO

Why Israel can't survive 2829
WORLD

Why Israel can't survive

Sixty years on, the country is facing a choice of two futures: it can be Jewish or democratic —but not both
A WILTED FLOWER 4243
SOCIETY

A WILTED FLOWER

Guy Lafleur was a hockey god. Now, it’s his role as indulgent father to a troubled son that's on trial, BY MARTIN PATRIQUIN
The World's Weirdest CEO 3637
BUSINESS

The World's Weirdest CEO

Dov Charney’s antics helped build a retail empire. Now they may be destroying it.
THE TERRORIST WHO WASN’T 2425
NATIONAL

THE TERRORIST WHO WASN’T

Exclusive interview: Yasin Mohamed talks of prison and prospects
‘When I found out I was pregnant, I said we have to find out right away if it’s twins or just one. Thank heavens it’s just one.’ 1819
INTERVIEW

‘When I found out I was pregnant, I said we have to find out right away if it’s twins or just one. Thank heavens it’s just one.’

FELICIA SIMMS TALKS TO KEN MACQUEEN ABOUT THE RISK AND REWARDS OF CONJOINED TWINS, AND THE IMPENDING BIRTH OF HER FIFTH CHILD
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THE BACK PAGES

Please send more complaints

Otherwise how will our taxpayer-funded hate police manage to keep their cozy sinecure?
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THE BACK PAGES

SHOOTING THE MESSENGER

Errol Morris unearths the stories behind the Abu Ghraib photos and finds the real crimes occurred outside the frame BY BRIAN D. JOHNSON
'Massive amounts of vitamins might do harm, just like too many cheeseburgers’ 67
MAIL BAG

'Massive amounts of vitamins might do harm, just like too many cheeseburgers’

CATHY GULLl’S STORY about vitamin consumption in Canada and its potential hazards was informative (“How vitamins can be hazardous to your health,” Health, April 2l). In it she quotes Gerry Harrington, of the Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association in Ottawa, who points out the persistent nature of a legion of contradictory studies.
THE AMIGOS' SIESTA SUMMIT 2223
NATIONAL

THE AMIGOS' SIESTA SUMMIT

The North American leaders defended NAFTA, but borders remain clogged up
‘I WOULD BE MUCH MORE COMFORTABLE LISA LANGE, ON DISAGREEMENT OVER THE PROMOTING EATING ROADKILL’—A PETA OFFICIAL, NIMAL-RIGHTS GROUP’S PRIZE FOR SYNTHETIC MEAT 5051
NEWSMAKERS

‘I WOULD BE MUCH MORE COMFORTABLE LISA LANGE, ON DISAGREEMENT OVER THE PROMOTING EATING ROADKILL’—A PETA OFFICIAL, NIMAL-RIGHTS GROUP’S PRIZE FOR SYNTHETIC MEAT

The inhumane killing of animals for food is wrong, contends People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)—so the animal rights group is offering a $1-million reward to the first scientist to produce test-tube chicken suitable for sale to the public by 2012.
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