June 5, 1995

CANADA COVER

FIGHTING BACK

COVER

ROCK ON THE FIRING LINE

PROFILE

MIND GAMES WITH WILLAM GIBSON

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CANADA COVER

FIGHTING BACK

Farmers, hunters and firearms enthusiasts are turning the guncontrol debate into trench warfare
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COVER

ROCK ON THE FIRING LINE

Allan Rock—the golden boy of Chrétien’s cabinet—is being put to the test
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PROFILE

MIND GAMES WITH WILLAM GIBSON

It seemed like a good idea to take William Gibson up the CN Tower. From the virtual-reality arcade in the basement to the space needle's blinking spire, the tower is Toronto's earnest monument to The Future. And people are always asking William Gibson about The Future.
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CANADA

ONTARIO’S ENIGMA

Having lost her lead, Liberal Lyn McLeod faces the fight of her life
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WORLD

PRISONS FOR PROFIT

America’s crackdown on cme fuels a jailhouse boom
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CANADA

Mixed messages on pensions and payments

The high court rules on family issues
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BUSINESS

TAKEOVER TURMOIL

For George Taylor, it is a case of déjà vu all over again. The phlegmatic chief executive of John Labatt Ltd. of Toronto is currently embroiled in an increasingly bitter fight to better a $2.3-billion bid from Onex Corp. of Toronto for his brewery and entertainment conglomerate.
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OPENING NOTES

Every year, some 600 Canadians strive for recognition in the Guinness Book of Records. The would-be record holders face daunting competition from about 10,000 other individualists willing and able to endure mind-numbing marathons, spit a cherry stone 26.96 m or tie six Boy Scout knots in 8.1 seconds.
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CANADA

Saskatchewan gets the call

A confident Roy Romanow sets a June election
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JUSTICE

Home-town horrors

A double-murder trial reopens a city’s wounds
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