They sit around a table jammed into a corner at a downtown Toronto bar, five genial, wisecracking young people with big glass es of beer and the long night ahead. They do not look like lawbreakers, although four of the five clearly are-they are smoking cigarettes.
Your cover story puts the RCMP in a position of ineptitude previously matched only by the Keystone Kops (“Murder mysteries,” March 31). It is appreciated that the combination of ethnic, lingual and gender correctness demanded by their even more inept political masters may be largely responsible.
On many an evening, especially when there is a wintry bite in the air, he can be found at the outdoor rink in downtown Toronto's Ramsden Park. It's the hockey that draws him, those pickup games that occur when enough willing bodies gather after work to relax by chasing a puck around the ice.By BARRY CAME7 min
Tiger Woods did not look like a legend-in-the-making when he arrived at a pro-am tournament in Orlando, Fla., last month. He looked like any other 21-year-old showing up for work before 8 a.m.—drowsy and a little disoriented. Wiping the sleep from his eyes and stifling a yawn, he introduced himself to the four greying businessmen who were his playing partners in the fund-raising event, and he gave his head a little wake-up shake as the quintet lined up for a group portrait on the first tee.By JAMES DEACON6 min
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