September 26, 1994

INSIDE THE CBC 4647
COVER

INSIDE THE CBC

Knowlton Nash portrays a CBC management beset by sniping and tantrums
CRISPO'S CURE 5253
COVER

CRISPO'S CURE

A vocal critic pleads for fairness at the CBC
AN INCOMPLETE VICTORY 1415
CANADA

AN INCOMPLETE VICTORY

The Liberals’ strong showing in Quebec slows Parizeau’s momentum towards sovereignty
THE WATSON AGENDA 5051
COVER

THE WATSON AGENDA

Looking ahead after a difficult term as chairman
THE SELLING OF SPORTS 32l33
SPECIAL REPORT

THE SELLING OF SPORTS

High on a wall in a downtown Toronto sports store is a simple blue-and-white hockey jersey with a maple leaf emblazoned in the centre and goalie Felix Potvin’s last name in bold lettering across the top. Below it hangs shirt after shirt featuring raptors and grizzly bears, all bared fangs, powerful claws and fanciful colors—purple, red, socalled spirit turquoise and B.C. bronze.
A feast for the eyes and the intellect 6263
ART

A feast for the eyes and the intellect

Albert Barnes’s distinctive approach to art is missing from a blockbuster show, but there is much to admire in the collection
MEAN SEASON 3031
SPECIAL REPORT

MEAN SEASON

A sports-obsessed culture confronts the abrupt end of the baseball season—and more trouble yet to come
LETTERS 45

LETTERS

How could you put a separatist whose main objective is to destroy our wonderful country on the cover of your Sept. 12 edition (‘The private Parizeau”)? I was appalled. Where is your loyalty to our magnificent Canada? Rena Spooner, Ottawa
THE FEAR OF FLYING 2627
BUSINESS

THE FEAR OF FLYING

A horrific crash rekindles the debate over air safety
In the eye of the beholder 1819
CANADA

In the eye of the beholder

Both sides claim victory in the numbers war
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