February 23, 2009

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SOCIETY

A BILLIONAIRE, THE LAW, HIS BRAZILIAN EX

The stormy breakup that may redefine marriage in Canada
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WORLD

REALITY SINKS IN

What happened to Barack Obama's postpartisan America?
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WORLD

THE NEW WO RLD ORDER

The U.S. says it will do more for its allies— but it wants more, too
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2010 OLYMPICS

TESTING THE LIMITS

Behind the scenes at the test run for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics
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MAIL BAG

MAIL BAG

I DID NOT VOTE for Stephen Harper but I applaud him for doing what is right for Canadians (“The right in full retreat,” National, Feb. 9). I also praise Michael Ignatieff for working with his natural enemy. Politicians working together to do their sworn job, to do what is best for the majority of Canadians—how novel!
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Interview

'Canadians mainly see all the injuries, all the death. If they saw the development work, they might ask for the troops to stay.'

KANDAHAR’S NEW GOVERNOR, TOORYALAI WESA, TALKS TO JOHN GEDDES ABOUT HIS HOPES, HIS SAFETY AND WHAT HE MISSES ABOUT B.C.
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JUSTICE

A CLOSED SOCIETY

SPECIAL REPORT: While other nations are opening up their legal systems, Canada lags behind
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THE BACK PAGES

Good golly, Noddy's back!

Controversial kids' author Enid Blyton is in the news again for a new book starring her famous wooden toy
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BUSINESS

A GENERATION OF FAILURE

For a while, it looked like young workers had finally caught a break. It didn't last long.
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THE BACK PAGES

Sweet dreams are made of risk

If some people aren’t happy with her political activism, says pop star Annie Lennox, too bad
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