July 31, 1995

A Prescription For MEDICARE 1011
COVER

A Prescription For MEDICARE

Ten ways to heal the health-care system
THE BEARS OF SUMMER 3435
BUSINESS

THE BEARS OF SUMMER

A healthy report rocks the stock market
Saskatchewan's NEW IDEA 1617
COVER

Saskatchewan's NEW IDEA

The province that invented medicare is trying to save it
Turbulent skies 3637
BUSINESS

Turbulent skies

Canadian Airlines is at odds with its unions over a marketing deal
A NEW COURSE OF TREATMENT 1819

A NEW COURSE OF TREATMENT

She has spent much of her career giving advice—acting as a consultant to health-care professionals, lecturing students and writing books on medicare. But now it is time for Jane Fulton to see where, in her own words, “the rubber meets the road.”
CALL TO CONSCIENCE 2627
WORLD

CALL TO CONSCIENCE

The West dithers while Bosnian Serbs tighten their grip
Hard realities 3031
WORLD

Hard realities

The UN has led Bosnia down the garden path
A bold and blissful leap of faith 4243
FILMS

A bold and blissful leap of faith

In Double Happiness, Vancouver director Mina Shum’s extraordinary feature debut, one of the most touching scenes involves an audition. The movie’s heroine, a Chinese-Canadian named Jade (Sandra Oh), is testing for a bit part as a waitress in a TV drama.
Ontario cuts back 2021
CANADA

Ontario cuts back

Mike Harris’s government slashes spending
The West draws a line 2829
WORLD

The West draws a line

NATO leaders talk tough—but are the Serbs listening?
‘I have put my faith in God’ 4041
JUSTICE

‘I have put my faith in God’

Why did Susan Smith kill her children?
Summertime blues 2021
CANADA

Summertime blues

Jean Chrétien’s Quebec strategy is fine for now, but it may just be the calm before the storm
Pushing Canada’s last megaproject 3839
THE NATION’S BUSINESS

Pushing Canada’s last megaproject

Boosters call the Hibernia project the eighth wonder of the world. It’s actually the ninth: they forgot to count Ralph Klein.
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