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Jacques Villeneuve (Profile)

In the select fraternity of race-car drivers - men who squeeze behind the wheel of the "tub" and turn a skeleton of thin carbon fibre into a howling, fuel-slurping, rubber-sizzling bullet - talk among the brethren sometimes turns to fear.

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The Paparazzi Plague

No major celebrity can avoid them. Emerging from cars, entering glittering parties or trying to take a secluded vacation, the glamor figures of the ‘90s are hounded mercilessly by the men - and a few women - who wield long lenses and a brazen shamelessness.

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McLellan New Justice Minister

Long ago, Anne McLellan learned to accept a daunting task with enthusiasm and a sense of duty. Growing up on her parents' dairy and chicken farm in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley, she helped gather the eggs produced by the family's flock of hens. All 17,000 of them.

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Exploring Mars

Driver required to operate robotic rover from 190 million kilometres away. Must be able to negotiate vehicle across rock-strewn martian terrain using commands that take 11 minutes to arrive. Experience with computer games an asset.

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Jean Grenier

Jean Grenier, doctor, administrator (b at Québec 18 Jan 1937). In the summer of 1969, this Québec doctor helped establish the renowned Ste Foy SPEED SKATING Club.

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Versace's Killer Kills Self

In the end, Andrew Cunanan chose to go out the way he had lived: dramatic, elusive and in control. When he was discovered last week in a houseboat in Miami Beach - just 41 blocks from where he shot Gianni Versace dead and vaulted into instant notoriety - Cunanan did not hesitate.

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Robert Bryce (Obituary)

Even in the ripe years of his career, long before his death last week at 87, Robert Broughton BRYCE never looked the part of the public service potentate he was for more than 30 years in Ottawa.

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Colon Cancer in Decline

In July, 1994, Cindy Stewart was playing first base in a Vancouver softball game when she stretched to catch a ball - and felt a sharp pain in her lower abdomen. When the pain persisted, Stewart checked into hospital and, after testing, was diagnosed with colon cancer.

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Thom Fitzgerald (Profile)

Halifax-based film director Thom Fitzgerald can be forgiven for feeling as if he has suddenly become a character in someone else’s movie. On Sept. 14, Fitzgerald’s first feature film, The Hanging Garden, which was shot in Halifax on a modest $1.

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Louis Hennepin

Louis Hennepin, Récollet missionary, explorer (b at Ath, Belgium 12 May 1626; d c 1705). In 1675 Hennepin was sent to Canada with René-Robert Cavelier de LA SALLE, commandant of Fort Frontenac, where Hennepin was chaplain 1676-77.