October 16, 1995

COVER

THE REFERENDUM'S NO MAN

BEHIND THE CAMPAIGN

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COVER

THE REFERENDUM'S NO MAN

Daniel Johnson is proving his critico be very worng:
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WORLD

BEYOND THE VERDICT

O. J. Simpson is free but a debate rages about his acquittal
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BEHIND THE CAMPAIGN

Key questions about the 'Neverendum' in Quebec
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Campaigning on the northern frontier

All day, a thick fog had been hanging low over the northern oil town of Norman Wells, filling the broad expanse of the Mackenzie River Valley. And for a while, Stephen Kakfwi thought he might get weathered in. But late in the afternoon, the cloud ceiling lifted.
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BACKPACK

DISK DRIVERS

The compjtter is not yet king of the road, but its day will soon come
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COVER

THE LESSONS OF PRAGUE

Czechs and Slovaks split up without knowing why
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CANADA

DUBIOUS CONDUCT

New revelations in the Somalia affair put military leaders on the defensive
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BUSINESS

THE VALUE OF TEAMWORK

Debt forces a scion to share power
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OPENING NOTES

OPENING NOTES

Nothing is free of political overtones in pre-referendum Quebec. It seemed a nice gesture when pop singer Céline Dion chose to launch a European mega-tour with a six-night stand in Quebec City as a tribute to the city’s role as the French-language capital of North America.
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ART

A brush with Cézanne

Once reviled, the French painter is now being fêted in a huge Paris retrospective
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