September 18, 1995

TELEVISION

THE NATIONAL'S NEW FACE

BUSINESS

DIGITAL DISHES

COVER

THE STRUGGLE BEGINS

THE NATIONAL'S NEW FACE 5657
TELEVISION

THE NATIONAL'S NEW FACE

Hana Gartner brings gutsy style to CBC TV
DIGITAL DISHES 3839
BUSINESS

DIGITAL DISHES

Stay tuned: satellite TV is about to come to Canada
THE STRUGGLE BEGINS 1819
COVER

THE STRUGGLE BEGINS

Federalists enter Quebec's referendum campaign with a mix of fear and optimism
REACH FOR THE TOP 5051
Backpack

REACH FOR THE TOP

Why indoor rock climbing is the height of fashion
Deadly confrontation on an Ontario reserve 2223
CANADA

Deadly confrontation on an Ontario reserve

The shooting of a native man by police ignites angry protests
POWER Of PROTEST 3233
WORLD

POWER Of PROTEST

France begins a round of nuclear tests, sparking global outrage
A PALACE OF ROCK 6667
MUSIC

A PALACE OF ROCK

The heat never dies at Cleveland’s Rock and Hall of Fame and Museum
CALENDAR 5455
Backpack

CALENDAR

Indoor bike races and outdoor blues—the fall season gets rolling in high gear
OPENING NOTES 89

OPENING NOTES

With the next Olympics a mere 10 months away, Games officials in the southern U.S. city acknowledge there could be a serious problem: the heat. Summer Olympics have been held in hot locales before—including Barcelona in 1992. But climatologists and public-health officials note that Atlanta’s particular combination of high humidity and 30 degree-plus temperatures can be especially hard to bear.
Why the media fail in high-tech coverage 1011
ANOTHER VIEW

Why the media fail in high-tech coverage

With Windows 95, the sheer dimension of the hype became a story in itself But no one dared ask the obvious question: what does it matter?
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