March 1, 1993

GOOD TOUCH, BAD TOUCH 2627
COVER

GOOD TOUCH, BAD TOUCH

HOW TO GUARD AGAINST SEX ABUSE
A sweetgrass ceremony 1415
CANADA

A sweetgrass ceremony

Davis Inlet Innu begin their treatment
THE GREATEST FEAR 1819
COVER

THE GREATEST FEAR

OTTAWA PLANS TO EXTEND PRISON STAYS FOR SEX OFFENDERS, BUT CRITICS WORRY ABOUT VIGILANTISM
SELLING SACRIFICE 2829
WORLD

SELLING SACRIFICE

BILL CLINTON HITS THE ROAD TO ASK AMERICANS TO SHARE THE BURDEN OF TAX HIKES
A time to respect the law of the land 4243
BUSINESS WATCH

A time to respect the law of the land

Unless the government of Canada decides to enforce its own regulations, the first so-called Canadian edition of Time-Warner’s Sports Illustrated will go on sale across this country on April 5, undermining and perhaps destroying what’s left of Canada’s magazine industry.
A cry of protest 4445
EDUCATION

A cry of protest

Rising tuition fees stir campus discontent
A questionable caterwauling 4646_1
MEDIA WATCH

A questionable caterwauling

Have we really reached the point in Canada of being forbidden by some undefined rule of correctness from joking, even obliquely, about some matter of current social behavior? Obviously, what this is about is the issue of physical, coercive, and now—the latest addition—psychological abuse of women as portrayed particularly by an all-men-are-vile faction of the feminist movement; that, and John Crosbie’s comment that he himself had never been sexually harassed, but if he had, he would want to make it known that he had been so favored.
An NDP sneak preview 4041
BUSINESS

An NDP sneak preview

A party leader issues a pre-election challenge
The blight on society 4849
BOOKS

The blight on society

Is the modern world a ‘monstrous moral hybrid’?
STRONG MEDICINE 3839
BUSINESS

STRONG MEDICINE

A WIDE-RANGING STRATEGIC REVIEW AT ONTARIO HYDRO LEAVES PRIVATE POWER PRODUCERS OUT IN THE COLD
An uphill battle against reality 5253
COLUMN

An uphill battle against reality

There are several reasons, as faithful readers must know, for writing this column. One is that my Gucci-Rolex children must be kept in the BMWs they are accustomed to. Another reason is that I am, as most people know, seriously underemployed, and on Wednesday mornings—deadline day—have absolutely nothing to do and so, restless as usual, look at the computer until Thursday when I almost never get it done unless I wait until Friday and then, just to keep the editors amused, sometimes drag it out until Saturday morning in the faint realization that it will still hit the Toronto newsstands on Monday morning.
LETTERS 67
LETTERS

LETTERS

The real people
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