January 23, 1995

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Can Quebec separate?

Part-time job, full-time pay

By some standards at least, Claude Bennett works too hard. Bennett, now in his second career as chairman of the federal Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp., is almost always in the office.When he is not in the office, he is travelling for his job.
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WORLD

Remembering the Holocaust

January was a miserable, dark, wet and snowy month. The dampness penetrated our threadbare clothes and added to the harshness of our existence, suspended perilously close between life and death. My father and I had been in the Fuefteichen concentration camp, located in the southeastern part of Germany, since its inception in the fall of 1943.

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THEATRE

Keanu's Excellent Adventure

Star Keanu Reeves takes on Hamlet, one of Shakespeare's toughest roles, in Winnipeg
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SPORTS

Hockey night is back

With the lockout over, the NHL prepares for a short, sweet season
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FILMS

Fathers and sons

Two movies celebrate the renegade male
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CANADA

THE 'NO' OFFENSIVE

The federalist forces gather steam in the fight for Quebec
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COVER

LOOKING FOR WORK

Last week, 26,000 job hunters signalled a desperate search for meaningful jobs
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COVER

LINING UP THE UNEMPLOYED

Shivering jobless hope for work
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THE NATION’S BUSINESS

Martin’s $l-billion defence-spending hit

One of the biggest hits in Paul Martin’s budget, due next month, will be a significant reduction in defence spending. Although the beleaguered department—with current annual spending of $11.5 billion—has absorbed $21 billion in reductions from planned expenditures over the past eight years, as much as another $1 billion may be cut this year, with at least $7 billion to be bled off by the end of the decade.
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AN AMERICAN VIEW

The Cardinal and the computer revolution

If you are going to propose marriage, or apply priestly balm to the spiritually bereft, compu-babble just won’t do the trick
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Backpack

BEYOND CELLULAR

A monthly report on personal health, life and leisure
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OPENING NOTES

OPENING NOTES

HAPPILY EVERY AFTER? hatever the fate of the beleaguered British monarchy, one thing seems certain: the woman whom Prince Charles loves is unlikely to live happily ever after. First, Camilla Parker Bowles topped Mr. Blackwell’s 35th annual list of the worstdressed women in the world.
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Backpack

Calendar

Taking the chill off winter with festivals, outdoor games and Canada’s longest sled-dog race
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