January 17, 1994

SPECIAL REPORT

THE FIGHT OF A LIFETIME

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Wired World

BUSINESS

BURYING THE HATCHET

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SPECIAL REPORT

THE FIGHT OF A LIFETIME

CHIEF KATIE RICH IS BATTLING TO FREE THE DAVIS INLET INNU FROM A NUMBING CYCLE OF ADDICTION, VIOLENCE AND SUICIDE
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Wired World

In 1988, Phyllis Smith gave up her job as a political speech writer after suffering a serious head injury in an automobile accident. Convalescing in her Toronto apartment, she began experimenting with her personal computer and discovered a realm that she had barely known existed—the seductive and rapidly growing world of computer networks.
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BUSINESS

BURYING THE HATCHET

BUSINESSES ARE TURNING AWAY FROM COURTS TO AVOID COSTLY DISPUTES
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BUSINESS

Spinning gold from folksy yarns

David Chilton’s profits mount from his investment advice in The Wealthy Barber
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CANADA

UNDER THE GUN

OTTAWA LAUNCHES A REVIEW THAT COULD LEAD TO DEEPER DEFENCE CUTS
THE ITALIAN HELLION 5455
THEATRE

THE ITALIAN HELLION

Montreal playwright Vittorio Rossi stirs love and hate with streetwise characters
THE BIG PAYOFF 1617
CANADA

THE BIG PAYOFF

A phenomenally successful Montreal casino pours money into Quebec’s coffers
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SPORTS

THE BIG MAN ON CAMPUS

Greg Newton is getting an education—and a reputation—at Duke
‘I am a tourist in this Canada’ 1213
COLUMN

‘I am a tourist in this Canada’

Ontario has a culture that is a mix of the Vienna of Orson Welles in The Third Man and Chicago in Prohibition days
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Love connection

TRADING COLOGNE AND MAKEUP FOR A COMPUTER AND A MODEM
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