April 18, 1994

PROFILE

A Very Private Lady

SPECIAL REPORT: SHIFTING TRACKS

The End of the Line

JUSTICE

A question of guilt

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PROFILE

A Very Private Lady

Aline Chretien shuns publicity, but she has long been one of her husband's most trusted advisers

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SPECIAL REPORT: SHIFTING TRACKS

The End of the Line

Faced with new market pressures, Canada’s two national railways are reconfiguring the ‘national dream’

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JUSTICE

A question of guilt

A sensational murder case could be reopened

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CANADA

THE LONELY GUY

Jean Charest hits the road to save the Tory party

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SPECIAL REPORT: SHIFTING TRACKS

SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL

Short-line railways are expanding as the major railways retreat

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BUSINESS

PEAKS AND VALLEYS

A panic in financial markets subsides but only after interest rates soar to new heights

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Backpack

Surfing on the next wave

A monthly report on personal health, life and leisure

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WORLD

SEE OLLIE RUN

The gall of Ollie North is the big story so far in the campaigning for next fall’s U.S. congressional elections. To his many critics—fellow Republicans as well as the governing Democrats and the mainstream media—it is an affront that a man who admits having lied to Congress now seeks a seat in the Senate.

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Backpack

Calendar

When geese fly home and Yellowknifers start cleaning up, can summer be far behind?

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COVER

DESPERATE REMEDIES

There are no simple solutions to the complex crime problem

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