June 13, 1994

Risks and Rewards 3839
SPECIAL REPORT

Risks and Rewards

How Canadian firms investing in China face political and commercial hurdles
Socks, sandals and the Costa del Sol 4849
COLUMN

Socks, sandals and the Costa del Sol

ALLAN FOTHERINGHAM There are people who like to travel, who are curious and eager to find new experiences, new geographies, different food, different customs. There are other people who pretend to travel, physically removing their bodies to another scene—but actually just wanting home with perhaps a little more sunshine.
MAN WITH A MISSON 2021
COVER

MAN WITH A MISSON

Lucien Bouchard is a potent mix of charm and temper
Cynics and sybarites 44_245
THEATRE

Cynics and sybarites

Attacking a deficit with first-rate drama
Down and out in Mexico 2829
WORLD

Down and out in Mexico

Poverty stalks a southern state
TAKING CHARGE 3435
BUSINESS

TAKING CHARGE

The new CEO of Seagram defends his controversial stake in Time Warner
Losing their cool 4444_1
SPORTS

Losing their cool

Vancouverites have succumbed to Cup fever
The global gamble 4243
THE BOTTOM LINE

The global gamble

It sounds like the beginning of a hopelessly corny joke: what do Madonna and emerging financial markets have in common? The answer is no joke at all. Both the rock star and the markets have clearly demonstrated the value of reinventing and repackaging themselves for enormous material gain.
Conflict at Concordia 1213
CANADA

Conflict at Concordia

A university struggles with a gunman’s legacy
THE SPOILER 1819
COVER

THE SPOILER

There he goes again: the politician most likely to evoke powerful feelings and public displays of patriotism in every part of Canada. No matter where Lucien Bouchard goes— and recently, that has seemed to be almost everywhere— and no matter what Lucien Bouchard says—and last week, that included all kinds of things—the one thing that is certain is that he always has an attentive audience.
Tackling youth crime 1415
CANADA

Tackling youth crime

Ottawa’s proposed reforms anger both sides
ROSTY'S FALL 2627
WORLD

ROSTY'S FALL

Embezzlement charges bring down a key Clinton ally
Sovereignty Or Separation 23
EDITORIAL

Sovereignty Or Separation

It is possible to imagine the secret strategy session between agents of Bloc Québécois Leader Lucien Bouchard and Jacques Parizeau, his Parti Québécois counterpart. The two camps are worried: not about the fact that the United Nations has ranked Canada as the number 1 nation in the world, but about the fact that, despite half a year of federalist-bashing propaganda from Bouchard in Ottawa and Parizeau’s own efforts—amplified uncritically in much of the Quebec media—they have failed to boost support for their cause above traditional levels.
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