March 6, 1995

BUSINESS

Changing the face of the farm

THEATRE

TOMMY PAINTS THE TOWN

COVER

BLOWN AWAY

Changing the face of the farm 4041
BUSINESS

Changing the face of the farm

The biotechnology revolution produces new crops and better farming techniques
TOMMY PAINTS THE TOWN 7475
THEATRE

TOMMY PAINTS THE TOWN

Like his brainchild, The Who's Pete Townshend is alive and kicking
BLOWN AWAY 4849
COVER

BLOWN AWAY

Middle-income Canadians are lashing out in anger—and fear—anainst a rapidly increasing tax burden
THE TAX FIGHTER 5253
COVER

THE TAX FIGHTER

His shirt is white, with a buttoned-down collar and an unruly habit of escaping the grip of his belt during moments of rhetorical flight. This is such a moment for Jason Kenney, the executive director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. At a pre-budget rally in Pickering, Ont., just east of Toronto, the stocky Alberta-based lobbyist delivers his signature protest slogan of “No more taxes!” with polished ire.
TOMMY'S HOME-TOWN HERO 7879
THEATRE

TOMMY'S HOME-TOWN HERO

He loved it in '69, and now he directs it
A mother's tragic tale 5657
LIFE

A mother's tragic tale

Citizens demand changes to laws on committing schizophrenics
Referendum jitters 3031
WORLD

Referendum jitters

Largely ignored by politicians the Quebec issue is ruffling investors
Straight from the heart 1617
CANADA

Straight from the heart

Bill Clinton and Jean Chrétien celebrate a close relationship
D.C. IN THE RED 2829
WORLD

D.C. IN THE RED

Congress declines to bail out a capital on the brink of insolvency
LETTERS 45

LETTERS

As a single, never-married individual of 40 who is looking for a partner, I found your articles accurately described the current dating scene. (“Is dating dead?” Cover, Feb. 20). Meeting people through a common interest or cause provides the opportunity to get to know them first before deciding whether to go further.
February 271995 March 131995