May 22, 1995

CANADA/PROFILE

THE FINAL RAE DAYS

COVER

CRIME IN CYBERCITY

FILMS

RENEGADES ON THE REVIERA

THE FINAL RAE DAYS 1415
CANADA/PROFILE

THE FINAL RAE DAYS

In Lakefield, a picture-postcard village of 2,400 near Peterborough, Ont., spring had made a belated appearance on the same day that Bob Rae’s campaign bus rolled into town. Beneath a sky of unsullied blue, provincial Agriculture Minister Elmer Buchanan and a clutch of New Democratic Party faithful waited in the afternoon sun to greet the premier for a little Main Streeting in friendly territory—at least territory presumed friendly enough to have been handpicked for footage on the nightly newscasts.
CRIME IN CYBERCITY 5051
COVER

CRIME IN CYBERCITY

The dark side of the Internet— from hate messages to stealing information— is prompting calls for censorship and regulation
RENEGADES ON THE REVIERA 6263
FILMS

RENEGADES ON THE REVIERA

The four Canadian features going to Cannes are brave personal visions
BOOM TIME 4243
BUSINESS

BOOM TIME

Diamond Fields' metal discovery starts a mining rush in Labrador
CRACKING THE NET 5455
COVER

CRACKING THE NET

For the good citizens of the Internet, a new wave of hackers is making business risky
A woolly debate 3839
WORLD

A woolly debate

Just up the street, where afternoon sunshine bathes an obelisk war memorial in almost heavenly light, about 300 residents of the English coastal village of Brightlingsea are bowing their heads to commemorate the 50th anniversary of VEDay.
Hard times for Harcourt 2627
CANADA

Hard times for Harcourt

The B. C. premier is busy plotting his comeback
OPENING NOTES 1011

OPENING NOTES

Actress Whoopi Goldberg has a reputation for making her own career choices—and they usually pay off. But last week in Toronto, where she is currently filming director Norman Jewison’s comedy-fantasy Bogus with costar Gérard Depardieu, Goldberg asked for advice and got more than she bargained for.
The sign of mean times 1213
ANOTHER VIEW

The sign of mean times

In sunnier times, either the name of the leader or the party would figure prominently in an Ontario election
Will Paris decide Canada’s future? 4848a
THE NATION’S BUSINESS

Will Paris decide Canada’s future?

French recognition of Quebec could turn the post-referendum talks into the scary prospect of two nations dividing the spoils
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