November 13, 1995

CANADA/COVER

WILL HE OR WON'T HE?

SPECIAL REPORT

CONDITION critical

TRANSPORT

HIGHWAY HORROR SHOW

WILL HE OR WON'T HE? 1415
CANADA/COVER

WILL HE OR WON'T HE?

Lucien Bouchard faces a crucial choice
CONDITION critical 4647
SPECIAL REPORT

CONDITION critical

Confidence in medicare is severely eroding, according to a Maclean's/ Medical Post/Angus Reid survey. Doctors and patients are both very pessimistic about the future of health care, although the two groups show strikingly different attitudes on other controversial issues.
HIGHWAY HORROR SHOW 6263
TRANSPORT

HIGHWAY HORROR SHOW

On the nation’s freeways, defective trucks menace life and commerce
Quebec City power plays 1819
COVER

Quebec City power plays

Bouchard may not get Parizeau's blessing
FEVERISH relations 5253
SPECIAL REPORT

FEVERISH relations

The traditional doctor-patient relationship is breaking down as a result of government cutbacks and patients demanding to be treated as customers
Games people play 7677
FILMS

Games people play

Love runs up against some unlikely obstacles
HOPES ON THE RISE 3435
BUSINESS

HOPES ON THE RISE

Despite the political turmoil, many companies are thriving
AN ETHICAL clash 5657
SPECIAL REPORT

AN ETHICAL clash

There is profound disagreement between doctors and the public on such life-and-death issues as assisted suicide and using medical techniques for artificial conception. In all cases, the public is more liberal than the doctors.
A MARTYR TO PEACE 2627
WORLD

A MARTYR TO PEACE

Israel's Yitzhak Rabin is gunned down by a Jewish extremist
OPENING NOTES 1011

OPENING NOTES

In the final weeks of the Second World War, the Lincoln and Welland Regiment was still in the heat of battle—including two fierce struggles for which they are only now being recognized. In April, 1945, they were part of the 10th Infantry Brigade of the 4th Canadian Armored Division during the campaigns of Küsten Canal and Bad Zwischenahn in north-western Germany.
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