July 13, 1992

APPROACHING A CROSSROAD 1011
CANADA

APPROACHING A CROSSROAD

A NEW SENATE PROPOSAL WILL GALVANIZE DEBATE THIS WEEK-AND PERHAPS RESTORE REALITY
Christopher Ondaatje’s Bay Street odyssey 4243
BLJSTNKSS WATCH

Christopher Ondaatje’s Bay Street odyssey

A bold financier predicts that the 1990s will be a decade of disorder, as bad or worse than the 1930s
COURAGE UNDER FIRE 2627
COVER

COURAGE UNDER FIRE

CANADIAN PEACEKEEPERS OPEN A TENUOUS LIFELINE TO SARAJEVO
Wanted: stars for assorted sports 3839
SPORTS WATCH

Wanted: stars for assorted sports

Lindros is the third Canadian to become pre-eminent in hockey at a time when other games are gasping vainly for heroes
A SOLDIER’S SOLDIER 3031
COVER

A SOLDIER’S SOLDIER

LEWIS MACKENZIE TAKES A ROLE
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FOR THE RECORD

Rollicking sounds

New albums prove the vibrancy of Canadian rock
Hogtown, get piggish again, please! 4849
COLUMN

Hogtown, get piggish again, please!

There is definitely something wrong with Toronto. The city that every loyal Canadian loves to hate has gone soft. More than soft, it has lost its nerve and its spine. Its Hogtown reputation was built (honestly) on rapacious lust for the buck, arrogance and a blissful conceit that it was No.
When the future died 1415
CANADA

When the future died

Achill wind ruffled Roy Anderson’s grey hair as he stood beside his bungalow and scanned the choppy waters of Trinity Bay. His family has fished off eastern Newfoundland since 1840, when Anderson’s ancestors first arrived in Chance Cove, a tiny village nestled in a curved inlet 120 km northwest of St.
The talking cure 4445
PROFILE

The talking cure

A performer bases his career on confession
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OPENING NOTES

Since its launch in 1925, The New Yorker magazine has stood apart from its competitors by offering its readers long literary articles by some of the world’s best writers in a format that does not include photographs. But last week, The New Yorker’s owner, Samuel I.
Girls of summer 4445
FILMS

Girls of summer

Why women took the ball field in wartime
An island tragedy 1415
CANADA

An island tragedy

Newfoundlanders decry a ban on cod fishing
MAN IN THE MIDDLE 4041
BUSINESS

MAN IN THE MIDDLE

BERNARD WILSON HAS THE TASK OF COAXING OLYMPIA & YORK AND ITS CREDITORS INTO AN AGREEMENT
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