June 19, 1995

SPECIAL REPORT

THE LAST BEST PLACE

CANADA/COVER

MIKE THE KNIFE

SPECIAL REPORT

THE INS AND OUTS OF THE G-7 SUMMIT

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SPECIAL REPORT

THE LAST BEST PLACE

Halifax has rediscovered st youth to go with its sense of history
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CANADA/COVER

MIKE THE KNIFE

Ontario's new premier has a mandate to cut taxes and slash government
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SPECIAL REPORT

THE INS AND OUTS OF THE G-7 SUMMIT

Preparing a rich table of issues
THE PREMIER NEXT DOOR 1415
COVER

THE PREMIER NEXT DOOR

Once dismissed as a small-town golf pro, Mike Harris is being hailed as a dogged visionary, remaking the political map
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THEATRE

The masks of a great pretender

At 75, William Hutt still treads the boards brilliantly
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SPECIAL REPORT

MAKING HALIFAX TICK

A new breed of movers and shakers steps forward
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BUSINESS

THE WINNING BREW

A Belgian-based brewer steps in to claim Labatt from a hostile takeover bid
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WORLD

DEFIANT ACTS

Amid the ironies of war, it was a particularly surreal turn of events. Twelve days after Bosnian Serb militiamen took them hostage, 108 grim-faced UN peacekeepers shuffled off two buses last week at a holiday resort outside Novi Sad, about 70 km northwest of the Serbian capital of Belgrade.
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OPENING NOTES

It was a gathering of leading lights from corporate, entertainment, media and literary circles. Last week, Peter Gzowski, host of CBC Radio’s Morningside, brought together VIPs and personalities for the 10th playing of his annual golf tournament, one in a series that has raised more than $500,000 for Frontier College, a national adult-literacy program.
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ANOTHER VIEW

The real threat to Canada’s future

How did we get to a place where we automatically presume the worst of everyone but Forrest Gump or Jean Chrétien?
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