It is so easy to tell the Couplands what they already know about where they went wrong. And it is so hard to figure out how to help them. They perch, side by side, in a restaurant booth, uneasily out of place, wearing their position as welfare recipients in a small Ontario town like uncomfortable coats.By MARY JANIGAN12 min
First, the bad ending: After her tell-all interview, the Princess is declared Unfit to Be a Princess and is taken to the Tower of London, where she remains locked up-the Royal Bulimic, the Mad Woman of Versace. (That stunning white Versace Or possibly: After her interview, the Princess is shunned everywhere, even at the Chelsea Harbour Club, where she still works out until one day, tragically, she exercises herself to death.By JUDITH TIMSON5 min
The 11-page lawsuit filed in Quebec Superior Court by former prime minister Brian Mulroney last week is not only remarkable for the $50 million in damages it seeks from the Canadian government, but for the vehemence of its language. The behavior of the RCMP and the federal justice department constitutes “a blatant departure from common decency,” Mulroney claims, fighting back against explosive allegations that he received millions of dollars’ worth of kickbacks from a European aeronautics firm while in office.
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