June 21, 2010

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Fine dining at a chain restaurant

WHAT I AM presently surveying—aside from the most fetching collective of waitresses you can find a Mari usque ad Mare, guaranteed— is a cluster of seven delicate hand-cut butternut squash-stuffed ravioli, pleasantly drenched in beurre blanc, sprinkled with a little truffle oil and garnished with pine nuts and crisp-fried sage.
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National

Who doesn't get into Canada

MIDWAY THROUGH LAST summer, when much of official Ottawa was away at the cottage, a revealing document landed on the desk of Canada’s top immigration bureaucrat, deputy minister Neil Yeates. Prosaically titled “Social and Economic Outcomes of Second Generation Youth,” the four-page memo showed little regard for the political correctness typical of government correspondence.
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Letters

Your June 7 cover story on the economy (“Say goodbye to the recovery,” Business) cites a staggering number of analysts, forecasters, chief economists, hedge fund managers, central bank governors and the like on the causes of, and possible remedies for, the current global debt crisis.
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Interview

On the Gores’ breakup, the Clintons’ survival, and the marital toll of a lost election

Q: Why are people shocked that Al and Tipper Gore are separating? A: People want to believe in marriage, and the Gore marriage was part of the national furniture. Starting in the mid-1980s, with Tipper’s involvement in the movement promoting warning labels for records [with explicit and violent lyrics], the Gores set themselves up as an iconic couple representing family values—significantly, from the left.
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This week

Newsmakers

It was Warrant Officer Russell Arsenault’s day to be honoured for service in Afghanistan, but it was his two-year-old daughter’s moment in the sun when she decided to stroll the aisle at a presentation ceremony at Rideau Hall and talk loudly to some of the assembled troops.
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National

A HOT BRIDE TAKES ON THE RITZ

Newfoundland: A group of Newfoundlanders is suing the federal government to save a pond in Long Harbour from becoming a dump site for mining waste. They claim cabinet changed the federal Fisheries Act in 2006 allowing small bodies of water to be used as tailings ponds, a decision, they argue, that should be made by Parliament.
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