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IN CANADA

Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006

No need to praise 'a brother,' Bush says
Explains failure to thank Canada - Resume normal lives, PM urges - Pakistanis get ominous message
By BARRIE MCKENNA, The Globe and Mail
With reports from Shawn McCarthy in Toronto; and Jeff Sallot and Brian Laghi in Ottawa
Tuesday, September 25, 2001

WASHINGTON -- U.S. President George W. Bush said yesterday that Canada is like "a brother" to the United States, so it shouldn't need public acknowledgment of its efforts since the Sept. 11 terrorist strikes.
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Afghan refugees embrace new home
Explains failure to thank Canada - Resume normal lives, PM urges - Pakistanis get ominous message
By JANE ARMSTRONG
Tuesday, September 25, 2001

VANCOUVER -- They are a family of 14, three generations, living in a two-bedroom immigrant-reception house in downtown Vancouver, their suitcases stacked like oversized bricks halfway up the living room wall.
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Airport guard tries to check officer's ID, gets arrested

By COLIN FREEZE, The Globe and Mail
With reports from Steven Chase in Ottawa; and Jonathan Bjerg Moller in Toronto
Tuesday, September 25, 2001

The fear that grips North American airports has heightened tensions and led to the arrest of a security guard whose attempt to check a uniformed police officer's credentials caused her to be handcuffed, strip-searched and criminally charged.
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Border issues test brotherhood

By JOHN IBBITSON
With reports from Steven Chase in Ottawa; and Jonathan Bjerg Moller in Toronto
Tuesday, September 25, 2001

WASHINGTON -- For Jean Chrétien, defusing the economic threat of a less porous Canada-U.S. border is simply a question of distinguishing between people and trucks. If only.

A reporter asked the Prime Minister yesterday after his White House meeting with U.S. President George W. Bush whether there was any real danger that increased border security measures would endanger the free flow of goods between the two countries.

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Security crackdown a threat to rights, legal experts warn
By KIRK MAKIN, The Globe and Mail
Monday, September 24, 2001

JUSTICE REPORTER -- The threat of terrorism promises to be a powerful tool for governments hoping to justify Charter of Rights violations in the name of national security, legal experts say.
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How is a Canadian robot helping rescuers at ground zero
By KIM LUNMAN, The Globe and Mail
Monday, September 24, 2001

VICTORIA -- Asmall robot made by a British Columbia company is being used to locate bodies in the rubble of what used to be the World Trade Center in New York.
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Celebrities band together for benefit at MuchMusic
By JENNIFER LEWINGTON, The Globe and Mail
With a report from Reuters
Monday, September 24, 2001

TORONTO -- Olympic triathlete Simon Whitfield hopes that the terrorist attacks on the United States two weeks ago will teach people to go the distance in a new way -- and learn to be kind to one another.
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Canadian Forces boss known as unflappable
War on terrorism will put Hénault under intense scrutiny in coming months
By BRIAN LAGHI, The Globe and Mail
Monday, September 24, 2001

OTTAWA -- The man who would lead Canada into the new war on terrorism is Jean Chrétien's type of general.

Cool-headed and cautious, Ray Hénault made his bones ferrying Canadian soldiers by helicopter to world hot spots.
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