May 16, 1994

The severe storm that lies ahead 89
COLUMN

The severe storm that lies ahead

Lucien Bouchard says Quebec does not have to assume any share of the federal debt, but will pay some 'fair’ part, whatever that means
GAY AND PROUD 3637
COVER

GAY AND PROUD

Canada's only publicly gay MP tells his story
The Faustian ‘deal’ of Lucien Bouchard 3435
THE NATION’S BUSINESS

The Faustian ‘deal’ of Lucien Bouchard

To hell with common sense, decency and compromise. You don’t win a country that way and you shouldn’t lose one either.
COMING OUT 4041
COVER

COMING OUT

The state is out of the bedroom, but after 25 years, old attitudes still linger
The storm Down East 1617
CANADA

The storm Down East

Nova Scotia’s John Savage faces union fury
LIVING WITH THE SUN... 5051

LIVING WITH THE SUN...

Living with the sun may well be the most critical environmental issue of our time. Despite the undeniable importance of the sun as an element necessary to sustain life, the dangers of exposure are legion, and a behavioral and attitudinal change is now evolving.
All in the family 1617
CANADA

All in the family

Canada’s ambassador to Washington admits the surname helps
REPLACING THE GST 3031
BUSINESS

REPLACING THE GST

The hated tax is about to be replaced. But how much better will the new one be?
SAVORING VICTORY 1213
CANADA

SAVORING VICTORY

A divorced mother wins access to child-support payments with no tax
Open-mouth radio: shouting stars 6465

Open-mouth radio: shouting stars

There are not many droll things about Lucien Bouchard, so the drollery must be supplied by those who encounter him. The funniest thing that happened on the Bloc Québécois leader’s trek through the wilds of Western Canada came from Vancouver hotliner Rafe Mair.
PERSONAL BEST 4849
SPORTS

PERSONAL BEST

Widespread, efforts to rank the world's top golf courses miss the point of the game
Understanding Forster 60_461
BOOKS

Understanding Forster

A biography sheds light on a great author
Adding fuel to the fire 1415
CANADA

Adding fuel to the fire

Critics say that legal moves by the Crown could jeopardize murder charges against Paul Bernardo
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