April 24, 1995

IS SEPERATISM DEAD? 1213
cover

IS SEPERATISM DEAD?

The spat between Bouchard and Parizeau strikes at the heart of the movement
THE END OF ANERA 2829
WORLD

THE END OF ANERA

French voters prepare to elect a successor to outgoing President François Mitterrand
Feeling the heat 5253
ENVIRONMENT

Feeling the heat

Some scientists say that climate change has already begun to affect the globe
Hi-tech art that talks back 6061

Hi-tech art that talks back

In a bold new show artists express joys and fears about cyberspace
A NEW CAN OF WORMS 1819
COVER

A NEW CAN OF WORMS

Liberal strategists fear that the separatist infighting could ultimately hurt the federalist cause in Quebec
BATTLE FOR CHRYSLER 3637
BUSINESS

BATTLE FOR CHRYSLER

Iacocca joins a bid that rocks Detroit’s hottest automaker
The Bronfman gamble 4041
BUSINESS

The Bronfman gamble

Seagram's $8-billion purchase of MCA shows that show biz is hot
THE BATTLE IS NOT OVER 2021
A NEW CAN OF WORMS

THE BATTLE IS NOT OVER

Outside Quebec, leaders warn that separatism will always remain a force to be dealt with
Asian treasures 5859
ART

Asian treasures

From Genghis Khan's gold to recent paintings, Eastern art is all the rage in British Columbia
OPENNING NOTES 89
OPENNING NOTES

OPENNING NOTES

A COVERUP ON PARLIAMENT HILL Since 1927, the 295-foot Peace Tower in Ottawa has stood as a symbol of Canadian pride. But about a year ago, security guards on Parliament Hill began to find bricksized chunks of sandstone scattered on the ground below the tower, the result of decades of water and seismic damage to the tower’s masonry.
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