His administration had just scored a diplomatic breakthrough in Bosnia. But last Thursday, U.S. President Bill Clinton put his superpower duties on hold to tend to another international matter: welcoming Rompin’ Ronnie Hawkins, the 60-yearold granddaddy of Canadian rock, to the Oval Office.By BARBARA WICKENS5 min
A long-standing turf war between rival motorcycle gangs in Montreal claimed new casualties. Richard Hemond, 39, identified by police as a member of the Hell’s Angel bike gang, was gunned down in mid-afternoon in the parking lot of an east-end shopping centre.
One of the vast myths that Canadians (not to mention foreigners) hold about Canada is that it is a rural nation. Small towns, wheat fields, all that. Not to mention the concept the rest of the world has of igloos and lone Mounties riding in the Rockies.By Allan Fotheringham4 min
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