December 29, 2008

NATIONAL

INSIDE A CRISIS THAT SHOOK THE NATION

PROFILE

THE REAWAKENING OF CAPT. GREENE

WORLD

TRAIL OF TERROR

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NATIONAL

INSIDE A CRISIS THAT SHOOK THE NATION

Secret meetings, shocking alliances, faulty strategies—and one wonky video camera
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PROFILE

THE REAWAKENING OF CAPT. GREENE

Trevor Greene not only survived an axe blow to the head, he lived to speak, move, write a book, and soon, marry. The story of a miracle wrapped in a love story,
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WORLD

TRAIL OF TERROR

The horror in Mumbai is traced to a group with strong ties to al-Qaeda
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BUSINESS

A VISIONARY LEADER

Ted Rogers thrived on risk, hard work and a drive to link the country with new technology
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NATIONAL

A POLITICAL FIASCO OF THEIR OWN MAKING

This is a new low for Canada, and Harper's Tories aren't to blame
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THE BACK PAGES

My wife. My dog Flint. The war.

Joan had grown up with orderly, reliably predictable dogs. But this was a cairn terrier.
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MAIL BAG

‘Why would you print a letter that compares Justin Trudeau to Barack Obama?’

YOU HIT the nail on the head in your assessment of the “Big Three” companies (“The decline of the North American car,” Business, Dec. l). While the quality control prophet W.E. Deming was helping to revolutionize the Japanese auto industry in the late 1940s, domestic auto companies rebuffed his talk of continuous improvement and quality through leadership and workmanship.
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THE BACK PAGES

Oh, Mrs.O

The world is suddenly obsessed with Michelle Obama’s every sartorial decision. And she, being no fool, knows it.
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BUSINESS

Guts, foresight and Edward ‘Ted’ Rogers

In business circles, calling somebody “a shooter” used to be a mark of high regard. Shooters were gutsy, bold and willing to take risks that others would not. The term has fallen out of popular use in Canada, perhaps in part Ted Rogers, CEO of Rogers Communications—the company that owns this magazine-died last week after a long struggle with heart problems.
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CAPITAL DIARY

Parliament in chaosjust how Harper likes it

Circle your calendars! Jan. 26 is Back-to-Parliament Day. That’s when your MPs will reconvene in Ottawa for another! Fun! Few! Days! of recrimination and bitter, bitter resentment. There will be a Throne Speech. It will require that all MPs not named Harper sleep on beds of spikes.
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