November 30, 2009

NOBLE FIGHT OR LOST CAUSE? 1819
NATIONAL

NOBLE FIGHT OR LOST CAUSE?

Wells: In Kandahar, they actually poll the residents quite frequently about how they feel. Kandahar residents feel substantially less safe than they did a couple of years ago. They have a lot less confidence in the government than they used to.
WHAT CANADIANS REALLY BELIEVE 4647
SOCIETY

WHAT CANADIANS REALLY BELIEVE

From the death penalty to same-sex relationships, a new poll shows huge shifts
‘Opera staging is becoming more and more bizarre. We are voting with our wallets.’ 45
MAIL BAG

‘Opera staging is becoming more and more bizarre. We are voting with our wallets.’

I WAS disappointed that Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., was not included in your annual university rankings (University Rankings, Nov. 16). While the institution was an affiliate of Laurentian University for 40 years, it was granted independence last year and is currently in its second year as a full-fledged university.
LESSONS FROM THE FALL 3637
BUSINESS

LESSONS FROM THE FALL

Some investors escaped unscathed. How did they do it?
STOP THE LAMA LOVE-IN 3233
WORLD

STOP THE LAMA LOVE-IN

He’s adorable, yes, but just what is the Dalai Lama accomplishing?
NEWSMAKERS 1011
THIS WEEK

NEWSMAKERS

The alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks will soon have his day in court. But much to the chagrin of some relatives of the 2,751 who died in the World Trade Center attack, the fate of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed will be decided in a civilian trial on U.S. soil, not far from Ground Zero.
Singing with glee 6061
THE BACK PAGES

Singing with glee

Kids’ choirs—and not just the fake one on TV—are suddenly centre stage BY JOHNINTINI
Major Nidal Hasan had an enabler 7273
THE BACK PAGES

Major Nidal Hasan had an enabler

All those red flags but no one did anything. Political correctness took the lives of 14 people.
CHÁVEZ ON THE WARPATH 3031
WORLD

CHÁVEZ ON THE WARPATH

Venezuela seems to be girding for battle with Colombia
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