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• Don't shackle us to 9/11
Canadian Muslims, horrified that last year's crime was carried out in the name of Islam, have a special duty to challenge intolerance head on, says SHEEMA KHAN  FULL STORY arrow
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• Foolish to underestimate Bush, a man on a mission
Americans didn't elect George W. Bush to be a war leader. In fact, they barely elected him at all.  FULL STORY arrow
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•  Flowers and tears in the swirling dust
NEW YORK -- Down the ramp the mourners stream to leave their flowers in the pit.   FULL STORY arrow
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• Canadian strangers are bonded by fate
NEW YORK -- They are the widows from Canada: Maureen Basnicki, Tanja Tomasevic, Cindy Barkway. A year ago they'd never heard each other's names. Today, Maureen says, "We're like sisters."   FULL STORY arrow
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• Legislative overkill? It's hard to tell
The al-Qaeda terrorists who slammed their hijacked airplanes into New York and Washington a year ago also punched a large hole in the protection of Canadians' civil rights. .  FULL STORY arrow
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• Requiem 9/11 is a natural for New York
Deliver me, O Lord, from everlasting death on that dreadful day, when the heavens and the earth shall be moved . . . When Thou shalt come to judge the earth by fire. . .  FULL STORY arrow
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• Africa: 'The jilted continent'
CTV's Africa Correspondent, Murray Oliver, describes why many Africans have mixed feelings about Sept. 11.  FULL STORY arrow
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• Love among the ruins
From our earliest memories, we know that stories help us make sense of things. That's why, when it comes to Sept. 11, we like to hear the survivors talk.  FULL STORY arrow
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• Where's the purple fury?
The victims of Sept. 11 have not been avenged, writes JOHN STACKHOUSE  FULL STORY arrow
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• Russia: The new world order
CTV Moscow correspondent Ellen Pinchuk says Sept. 11. became a benchmark in a new world order, with Russia finally on the same side as the West.  FULL STORY arrow
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• America is all right...
This was no natural disaster ... but a deliberate massacre of innocent people, writes MARGARET WENTE   FULL STORY arrow
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• Afghanistan: It's still a war zone
CTV's South Asia correspondent Matt McClure says the war may be over in Afghanistan but the fight for survival continues.   FULL STORY arrow
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• Things seen in darkness
This year has been defined by the compulsion to remember, the desire to move on, and the difficulty of knowing the difference, IAN BROWN writes  FULL STORY arrow
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• England: 'The constant ally'
CTV's London Correspondent, TOM KENNEDY, looks at the enduring alliance between Britain and the U.S. 11.  FULL STORY arrow
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• Good morning, America
America was forced to join the real world on Sept. 11, KEN WIWA writes  FULL STORY arrow
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• Might makes right
Is the U.S. winning the war? Globe columnists MARCUS GEE and RICK SALUTIN debate  FULL STORY arrow
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