April 10, 1995

ROAD SHOW 3637
COVER

ROAD SHOW

Behind the scenes, life on the pro skating tour is not all sequins and spotlights
Aiming for respect 4647
LIFE

Aiming for respect

Policewomen fight to end sexual harassment on the job
TOBIN’S WAR 1415
CANADA

TOBIN’S WAR

The year was 1980 and a 25-year-old Brian Tobin badly needed advice. Grit organizers wanted Tobin, a cocky former radio disc jockey, television newscaster and provincial Liberal party operative, to run in a traditionally Tory riding on Newfoundland’s west coast.
Making legends and breaking taboos 5051
FILMS

Making legends and breaking taboos

A Scots hero,a latin lover,a priestd a statesment take risks
Hair today, gone tomorrow 6061
BOOKS

Hair today, gone tomorrow

The search for the perfect hairdo may have profound meaning
CITY IN RUINS 2021
WORLD

CITY IN RUINS

Red Cross workers provide a lifeline to war-torn Grozny
Awards for a survivor 52b53
MUSIC

Awards for a survivor

Jann Arden’s Junos celebrate her new lease on life
War and poverty 2223
WORLD

War and poverty

A president seeks re-election amid controversy
TO HOOK A NATION 2627
BUSINESS

TO HOOK A NATION

Telephone and cable firms vie to wire homes
OPENING NOTES 1011

OPENING NOTES

America’s pastime has truly become one of Canada’s more visible exports. First, the Toronto Blue Jays won back-to-back World Series and, now, one of baseball’s greatest hitters has come north to publish his thoughts on the game.
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