December 5, 1994

GRETZKY INC. 5051
COVER

GRETZKY INC.

Off the ice as well as on, The Great One is money in the bank
THE TROUBLE WITH JOURNALISTS 6667
MEDIA

THE TROUBLE WITH JOURNALISTS

Media Watcher George Bain challenges the notion that libel laws fetter the press
FACES AT AN EXHIBITION 7879
ART

FACES AT AN EXHIBITION

B.C. native carvers make masks with the power to stare people down
HIGH-VOLTAGE HOPES 3637
BUSINESS

HIGH-VOLTAGE HOPES

Atomic Energy of Canada is banking on a global surge in nuclear demand
THE PQ'S SLOW START 1415
CANADA

THE PQ'S SLOW START

Jacques Parizeau was in a feisty mood. Fresh from a polite but chilly encounter last week in Toronto with Ontario’s Bob Rae and the cream of Bay Street’s business elite, the Quebec premier was clearly happy to be back home on friendlier turf. He even managed to crack a smile when, pausing on his way into a meeting of his Parti Québécois caucus, he was pestered as usual by questions about his young government’s lacklustre performance.
Crown of throns 8687
BOOKS

Crown of throns

The sniping pair together make a walking, talking petition for abolition
INTO THE FIRE 2627
WORLD

INTO THE FIRE

Mexico's new president vows to push for change-but already he is embroiled in a political scandal
Sending a message 1617
CANADA

Sending a message

Charges of patronage dog the new governor general
LETTERS 45
LETTERS

LETTERS

My family and I have been through a similar and equally heartrending situation as the Latimers (“What would you do?” Cover, Nov. 28). Our mother suffered from Parkinson’s disease and was institutionalized for six years, fed by a tube and her body in the fetal position.
The crime of making children disappear 7475
COLUMN

The crime of making children disappear

We barely see them. We pass them in the morning and at lunch hour and they say, “Spare some change?”—and most often we can scarcely spare a “No, sorry” as we hurry past, let alone look them in the eye. We pass them again on the way home from work, kids who have neither a home nor work, who, for all their street-tough swagger, might as well be invisible.
The Methuselah of pro sports 6465
SPORTS WATCH

The Methuselah of pro sports

It wasn’t just Michael Moorer, the practically unknown heavyweight champion of the known universe, who was astonished about three weeks ago in Las Vegas when the bald balloon, George Foreman, stiffened him in the 10th round with a solitary right-hand punch.
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