February 1, 1993

COVER/ESSAY

‘THINKING ABOUT TOMORROW'

ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT

1993'S BIG THREE QUESTIONS-AND THE ANSWERS

COLUMN

The man on the mountaintop

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COVER/ESSAY

‘THINKING ABOUT TOMORROW'

WILL THE CLINTON CONTAGION CROSS THE BORDER AND CHANGE THE SHAPE OF CANADIAN POLITICS?

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ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT

1993'S BIG THREE QUESTIONS-AND THE ANSWERS

1 SHOULD YOU BORROW FOR YOUR RRSP?

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COLUMN

The man on the mountaintop

The pioneer of bebop, long before he died earlier this month, was explaining that he couldn’t have extended jazz to its esoteric limits unless Satchmo had innovated the medium. Armstrong, with his horn dragging jazz out of the South and smoky clubs, laid the groundwork for Dizzy, with his bulbous cheeks and bent trumpet, to soar further in the musical range. No Kennedy, no Clinton.

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COVER

TM SORRY ABOUT THIS’

A NEW PRESIDENT MAKES HIS FIRST MISTAKE

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COVER

MT. & MRS. PRESIDENT

There was a sense of a special occasion in Washington on Inauguration Day as William Jefferson Clinton took the presidential oath of office outside the Capitol building. Afterward, one of the choice places to be was the Canadian Embassy 10 blocks away, where architect Arthur Erickson’s bold design graces Washington’s Pennsylvania Avenue.

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BUSINESS

A FRIEND IN NEED

Just before 9 a.m. on Jan. 21, Statistics Canada in Ottawa formally declared that the economic recession was over. But neither that pronouncement nor any real economic recovery came soon enough for Royal Trust. Indeed, just one day earlier, Royal Trustco Ltd., the holding company that owns the venerable trust company, announced that it was putting itself up for sale.

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CANADA

Breaking the silence

Sexually abused patients are speaking out

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ART

A museum reborn

The Art Gallery of Ontario rises from the ashes

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BUSINESS

Challenging the boss

Shareholders and managers reconsider their roles

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OBITUARY

Farewell, angel

Audrey Hepburn epitomized grace and goodness

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CANADA

CHANGING GUARDS

FOR VOTERS, POLLSTERS AND PROFESSIONAL CAMPAIGNERS, 1993 IS SHAPING UP AS A VERY BUSY YEAR

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COVER

GETTING ACQUAINTED

OTTAWA BRACES FOR A NEW U.S. TEAM

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COLUMN

Charles, Diana-and the role of the media

Like many of my fellow residents in Britain, I am currently purple with embarrassment over the behavior of our royals. “Well,” said my milkman stoically, “we’ve got a future King that wants to be a Tampax box and a future Queen that makes Lady Macbeth look naive.”

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WORLD

ATTACK DIPLOMACY

THE NEW PRESIDENT TALKS TOUGH WITH BUT HIS COALITION SUPPORT MAY BE SOFTENING

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CANADA

A leader’s roots

Baie-Comeau reflects on its native son

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BUSINESS WATCH

Lithuania’s banker lives on Bay Street

You don’t expect to find the yellow, green and red national flag of Lithuania in a Canadian banker’s office, but then, Geoffrey Farrar, president of Barclays Bank of Canada, is no ordinary Canadian banker. While our own bankers have been mired in the mud of real estate bankruptcies, he has reached abroad into a newly created economic world to find fun and profit.

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COVER

MINDING THE STORE

CLINTON INSTALLS A QUIET WATCHDOG

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COVER

‘THE WORLD’S WORST LOSER’

MICKEY KANTOR TAKES ON TRADE

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BUSINESS

A failure of trust

Concerns about a subsidiary rock Edper

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SPORTS

A super rivalry

Buffalo and Dallas have Super Bowl fever

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OPERA

The dreamspinner

Robert Lepage is a wizard of the stage

January 251993 February 81993