December 29, 1980

LIFESTYLES

The jet set’s soaring style

THEATRE

All’s well that ends well... for now

PROFILE: JOHN MEISEL

Both hands on the dials of Canadian culture

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LIFESTYLES

The jet set’s soaring style

Beneath the confection of golden lives lies the need to work at pleasure
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THEATRE

All’s well that ends well... for now

A Canadian is finally en route to Stratford, but theatres still have no guidance on the issues
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PROFILE: JOHN MEISEL

Both hands on the dials of Canadian culture

Helping Canada find a Canadian way to express itself
PEOPLE 3031
PEOPLE

PEOPLE

e’re just incredibly bigoted,” says a gleeful Jackie Burroughs, describing the eight strictly stereotyped characters who form the cast of The Chairman of the Board, a Canadian-made, self-confessed “Dallas of the boardroom”-style TV soap opera to be broadcast next season.
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Q&A: JUNE CALLWOOD

Repression of speech-Canada’s real tradition

Why did most Canadians support the War Measures Act in 1970? Why are they content to live with restrictions on their civil liberties? Such questions have been the business of June Callwood for far longer than her 15 years as vice-president of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.
Confessions of a TV addict 67
PODIUM

Confessions of a TV addict

'We huddle around television as if it were the ancestral fire'
O jog all ye faithful 5253
COLUMN

O jog all ye faithful

There are new temples of worship when ego is king
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WORLD

René rides the waves

Quebec's premier receives "the welcome of a head of state'
An instinct for the potholes 45
BACKSTAGE: B.C.

An instinct for the potholes

They did it to the father — now to the son?
The dismal science’s sunny side 3435
COLUMN

The dismal science’s sunny side

Contradictions beset economists as their credibility takes a beating
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