February 13, 1995

COVER

TO TAX OR CUT

THEATRE

Brad the impaler

BUSINESS

Exporting entertainment

TO TAX OR CUT 1617
COVER

TO TAX OR CUT

On a crisp and sunny morning in January, the regulars are flocking to Lorna’s café in Lloydminster, a city of 17,800 straddling the Alberta-Saskatchewan border. They are gathering for that Prairie ritual, the so-called coffee row, to debate hockey and politics and the fate of the world.
Brad the impaler 6061
THEATRE

Brad the impaler

Stage satirist Brad Fraser skewers sexual mores—and gets courted by Hollywood
Exporting entertainment 4041
BUSINESS

Exporting entertainment

A host of Canadian companies are making international inroads in a competitive market
Failing grades for an open-door policy 4849
EDUCATION

Failing grades for an open-door policy

Carleton professors vote for radical change
Sex offenders: Is there a cure? 5657
JUSTICE

Sex offenders: Is there a cure?

There are many treatments—but no consensus on whether they work
DRAWING A LINE 3031
WORLD

DRAWING A LINE

Clinton’s new budget sets the stage for a battle with the Republican-controlled Congress
Pride of the Arctic 6465
MUSIC

Pride of the Arctic

Susan Aglukark sings about pain and joy among the Inuit
MARTIN'S OPTIONS 1415
CANADA

MARTIN'S OPTIONS

Ottawa’s deficit reduction plan faces serious challenges
Running out of time for justice 2425
CANADA

Running out of time for justice

Unable to win convictions, Ottawa tries to deport war criminals
RULES AND REGULATION 3839
BUSINESS

RULES AND REGULATION

A new report recommends tighter controls for the mutual fund sector
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