January 30, 1995

IMPROVED TREATMENTS EASE A CRL DISEASE SCHIZOPHRENIA HIDDEN TORMENT 7071
LIFE AND SCIENCE

IMPROVED TREATMENTS EASE A CRL DISEASE SCHIZOPHRENIA HIDDEN TORMENT

June Beeby speaks with disarming candor—her way of dealing with the horror that befell her family. It began in 1979, when Beeby’s 17-year-old son, Matthew, started to hallucinate. Diagnosed as schizophrenic, the boy stayed at home in Toronto as his condition worsened.
GAMBLING ON GROWTH 3637
SPECIAL REPORT

GAMBLING ON GROWTH

Despite the risks, Canadian business is banking on big returns in China's emerging markets
Waiting for the Big One 4445
WORLD

Waiting for the Big One

That the Kobe earthquake occurred a year to the day after Los Angeles residents awoke to their own devastating trembler on Jan. 17,1994, can only be described as a bizarre coincidence. But the two cities share more than an anniversary. Among those killed in the Kobe disaster was a 24-year-old American from the San Fernando Valley.
MARTIN’S BIG PLAN 4647
BUSINESS

MARTIN’S BIG PLAN

Ottawa plans major cuts in health, welfare and education— and some taxes
HOW THE AUTO BEAT THE HORSE 7879
HISTORY

HOW THE AUTO BEAT THE HORSE

By 1905, there were a couple of dozen cars in Toronto. They were still much of a curiosity, a sporting proposition for adventurous people. In the United States, the Ford Motor Co. was two years old. The Buick Motor Co., also two years old, had just been taken over by William C. Durant and, in this year, would produce 750 cars.
CANADA'S SHAME 1415
CANADA/COVER

CANADA'S SHAME

Amid the outrage, one question lingers: Where were the officers?
BONDING AND BRUTALITY 1819
COVER

BONDING AND BRUTALITY

Hazing survives as a way of forging loyalty to groups
Murder in the Giant mine 2223
CANADA

Murder in the Giant mine

Roger Warren’s conviction ends the N.W.T.’s longest criminal trial
Mining the mother lode 5253
BUSINESS

Mining the mother lode

Growing Canadian investment in Chile, especially in the mining sector, prompts a push to tighten political ties
MAN WITH A MISSION 3031
SPECIAL REPORT

MAN WITH A MISSION

Ray Chan, a ‘neophyte politician, 'sells Canada to trade partners—and to Canadians
The prime suspect 2021
CANADA

The prime suspect

Fernand Auger’s suicide adds to the mystery of a woman’s abduction
THE ROOTS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA 7677
LIFE AND SCIENCE

THE ROOTS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA

WITH CANADIAN SCIENTISTS PLAYING A PROMINENT ROLE, RESEARCHERS ARE FINDING CLUES TO A BAFFLING DISEASE
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