August 14, 1995

JUSTICE

A tolerant nation's hiddenshame

FILMS

Dances with databases

THE NATION’S BUSINESS

Those dancing cats on Quebec’s hot tin roof

A tolerant nation's hiddenshame 4041
JUSTICE

A tolerant nation's hiddenshame

A federal study suggests that thousands may be victims of hate crime
Dances with databases 5455
FILMS

Dances with databases

Cyberspace is the last frontier as Hollywood hypes new thrillers
Those dancing cats on Quebec’s hot tin roof 3839
THE NATION’S BUSINESS

Those dancing cats on Quebec’s hot tin roof

The independence movement is pure theatre in which the actors perform for each other. The audience has meanwhile grabbed a life.
In the driver's seat 4445
SPORTS

In the driver's seat

Jacques Villeneuve is racing’s hottest commodity
Canada NOTES 2223

Canada NOTES

Quebec Premier Jacques Parizeau insisted that there is no rift in the province’s sovereignty alliance—despite a call from one of his key allies to scrap the Parti Québécois’s draft bill on sovereignty. Mario Dumont, leader of the tiny Parti Action Democratique, said earlier that he wants the bill to set out the process for negotiating economic and political links with the rest of Canada if Quebecers vote yes in the referendum expected this fall.
Questions of guilt and shame 2829
WORLD

Questions of guilt and shame

Prisoners of the Second World War still cannot forgive the Japanese
FANNING THE FLAMES 2627
WORLD

FANNING THE FLAMES

A Croatian offensive regains territory lost to Serbs in 1991
Manhattan, N.S. 5051
THE ARTS

Manhattan, N.S.

Cape Breton Island is a sanctuary for New York artists
The price of fame 1617
CANADA

The price of fame

Broadcaster Brian Smith’s murder shocks Ottawa
DEAL MAKERS 3435
COVER

DEAL MAKERS

Entertainment and technology mergers are paving the information highway
OPENING NOTES 1011

OPENING NOTES

When colleagues back at Harvard University ask former prime minister Kim Campbell what she did on her summer vacation, she will have a ready answer. For a summer job, the 48-year-old ex-politician is practising her snappy comebacks as a fillin host for five weeks on two popular Vancouver radio phone-in shows.
Saskatchewan in the familial way 5657
COLUMN

Saskatchewan in the familial way

So, you see, there is Edna, who ran the church choir in the Carman United Church in Sardis, B.C., for 40 years. There are Ruby and Lloyd, who belong to three different skating clubs around Stayner, Ont., and skate three nights a week. They go up to Ottawa and skate the Rideau Canal.
A top cop blazes a gender trail 2021
CANADA

A top cop blazes a gender trail

Calgary's Christine Silverberg is the first woman to lead a major police force
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