ALTHOUGH ONLY IN her mid-40s, Mary Williams has lived several lives. Born to members of the Black Panther Party, the infamous African-American rights movement, she was raised as a revolutionary. Then came years of poverty and privation. Still in her teens, she met Jane Fonda at a summer camp she sponsored and eventually became her adopted daughter
Doggone blues So Canada has become known as a haven for the world’s unwanted dogs (“Give us your mangy masses,” National, April 15)? Meanwhile, millions of children are starving in those same countries. At home, we feed our dogs better nutrition than our own children.
TWO DAYS DEFINE Adrian Dix. They shattered the careful world the B.C. politico had built around himself, shone a light on his imperfections, leaving him bruised, but also humbled, more disciplined. For better or worse, the person he is today—B.C.’s next premier, if polls translate to votes on May 14—was shaped in their aftermath
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