June 21, 1993

Ms. Prime Minister 67
COVER

Ms. Prime Minister

Victorious after a divisive leadership campaign, Kim Campbell aims to heal party wounds and lead the Tories into an election
THE SUPERPOWER RETREATS 3031
WORLD

THE SUPERPOWER RETREATS

A TROUBLED WORLD ASKS: WHERE’S AMERICA?
BEAUTY AND THE BARD O861
THEATRE

BEAUTY AND THE BARD

Strippers shimmy with Shakespeare at Stratford
Inside diary 1415
COVER

Inside diary

A senior Tory adviser offers an exclusive view of how Kim Campbell won her party’s leadership
Management, Moderation and the Meaning of Life 5253
ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT

Management, Moderation and the Meaning of Life

In his recent book Health and Fitness Excellence, Dr. Robert Cooper warns, “We are about to enter the 21st century with a culture in which many of the brightest people have become obsessed with caring for their bodies and minds - at the same time that the world around them is falling apart due to a lack of caring.”
Old rivals back in town 3637
BUSINESS

Old rivals back in town

Survivors of an epic battle pursue new dreams
Challenges for a new leader 1819
COVER

Challenges for a new leader

The economy is the top priority, but the new prime minister faces a range of other compelling issues that defy easy resolution
PASSION’S PRIZE 5859
SPORTS

PASSION’S PRIZE

Montreal’s Stanley Cup triumph touches off joy and violence
COUNTDOWN TO THE YEAR 2000 4445
ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT

COUNTDOWN TO THE YEAR 2000

In 1977, Canada (and 170 other nations at the World Health Assembly) committed to the pursuit of “Health for All by the Year 2000.” The architects of that resolution did not naively believe they would achieve a population free of any health problems.
POLICING THE PRESS 2829
CANADA

POLICING THE PRESS

In 1982, the case of a New Brunswick man accused of strangling an 80-year-old woman was a major story for reporters working in the U.S. border town of Madawaska, Me., (population 5,000). As the local correspondent for the biggest newspaper in the state, the Bangor Daily News, journalist Beurmond Banville made the two-kilometre drive across the border to Edmunston, N.B., to cover the preliminary murder hearing.
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