April 20, 1992

Between Life And Death 3435
COVER

Between Life And Death

EXTRAORDINARY ACCOUNTS RAISE QUESTIONS ABOUT WHAT HAPPENS AFTER DEATH
THE MUSIC IN THE LIGHT 3839
COVER

THE MUSIC IN THE LIGHT

A BRUSH WITH DEATH REMOVES THE FEAR OF DYING
PASSAGE TO PARADISE 4041
COVER

PASSAGE TO PARADISE

VISIONS OF HEAVEN HAVE CHANGED
The limits of tolerance 1617
CANADA

The limits of tolerance

A Quebec town fights for English rights
STEPPING INTO THE FRAY 1819
WORLD

STEPPING INTO THE FRAY

CANADIAN TROOPS IN CROATIA SYMBOLIZE THE NEW ACTIVISM OF THE UNITED NATIONS
The pay perks of the rich 3031
BUSINESS

The pay perks of the rich

Ontario may change disclosure rules for corporate paycheques
A PEOPLE’S CHOICE 1415
CANADA

A PEOPLE’S CHOICE

THE GOVERNMENT SHOWS NEW SIGNS OF SUPPORT FOR A CROSS-COUNTRY REFERENDUM ON NATIONAL UNITY
JOHN MAJOR’S SURPRISE 2223
SPECIAL REPORT

JOHN MAJOR’S SURPRISE

BRITISH VOTERS RETURN THE TORIES FOR A RECORD FOURTH STRAIGHT TERM
WHEN THE LUSTRE FADES 2425
SPECIAL REPORT

WHEN THE LUSTRE FADES

THATCHER’S LEGACY HAUNTS A TOWN
OPENING NOTES 1011

OPENING NOTES

The Maple Leaf goes collegiate, a financial man makes a sound investment, and the bilby takes on the Easter Bunny
Leftist straws blown away by the wind 1213
COLUMN

Leftist straws blown away by the wind

Socialism has brought every country that has had it to its economic knees. It means that the very best people try to leave the country.
Big-time dreaming 4243
SPORTS

Big-time dreaming

Minor-league players yearn to make the NHL
The perils of polldriven journalism 4445
MEDIA WATCH

The perils of polldriven journalism

Prime Minister Brian Mulroney is not just not popular, he’s the least popular boy in the class. But that scarcely qualifies as news.
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