November 21, 1994

CANADA

THE CHINA DEAL

COVER

A FAMILY TRAGEDY

BUSINESS

A MESSY LESSON

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CANADA

THE CHINA DEAL

After a week that included, among other things, a run up the Great Wall of China, a bicycle trip down a street in Shanghai, a printed excerpt of his autobiography in China’s biggest newspaper, an abundance of praise from Canadian premiers and overseeing the signing of more than $9 billion in potential contracts, what does a seemingly indestructible Prime Minister do for an encore? In the case of Jean Chrétien, he goes on on the sixth day to become the first Canadian leader in almost half a century to observe a moving Remembrance Day ceremony with veterans in Hong Kong—and on the seventh day, he rests.

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COVER

A FAMILY TRAGEDY

Cécile Dionne bears no visible scars. She arrives for lunch at a downtown Montreal hotel, a petite woman in pearls and knitted wool, looking much like any other 60-year-old suburban grandmother. Once the conversation begins, however, it does not take long for the pain to surface.
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BUSINESS

A MESSY LESSON

An oil spill turns up the heat on environmental issues
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WORLD

IN WITH THE NEW

Republicans capture Congress in a backlash against President Bill Clinton’s Democrats
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COVER

THE FORGOTTEN DIONNES

The siblings of the famous quints look back in anger— and defend their beleaguered parents
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DRIVING!

LEASING - EVERYONE'S DOING IT

Kathleen Hohner, a Toronto based computer consultant, wanted a Honda Civic DX hatchback, but thought the dealer was asking too much. So she got an Acura Integra instead.
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CANADA

Gunning down a doctor

A Vancouver shooting raises the spectre of anti-abortion vigilantism
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Backpack

A PAIN IN THE WRIST

A monthly report on personal health, life and leisure
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DRIVING!

SLIP SLIDIN' AWAY

Summer’s almost gone and Winter’s comin’ on”.... words that can strike fear into the heart of a Canadian driver. Snow, ice and white knuckles seem to be synonymous.
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DRIVING!

LICENSE AND OWNERSHIP PLEASE

Most of us have known the feeling at one time or another.
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