January 29, 1996

SPECIAL REPORT

KILLING THE PAIN

BUSINESS/COVER

Plugging Into The Future

WORLD

BLOOD AND PAIN

KILLING THE PAIN 5455
SPECIAL REPORT

KILLING THE PAIN

Canada has an alarming rate of teenage suicide— and nobody, . including grieving parents, knows why
Plugging Into The Future 2829
BUSINESS/COVER

Plugging Into The Future

Anarchic and slow, the Internet is still not ready for prime time. Yet it may soon transform life more than the computer itself.
BLOOD AND PAIN 2021
WORLD

BLOOD AND PAIN

After a slow start, Canada's Bosnia troops go to work
DEALING IN GOODWILL 1011
CANADA

DEALING IN GOODWILL

The Team Canada trade mission chalks up a string of successes
NEWS, ONE BYTE AT A TIME 3435
COVER

NEWS, ONE BYTE AT A TIME

Not far down the road, print publishers fear they may lose their franchise as one of the community’s main sources of information
HELENA GETS REAL 6263
FILMS

HELENA GETS REAL

An ‘English rose’ dresses down to play a coal miner’s wife
The ‘boss’ takes charge 1415
CANADA

The ‘boss’ takes charge

Lucien Bouchard prepares to deal with Quebec’s deep-seated financial problems
WEB WEAVERS 3233
COVER

WEB WEAVERS

For software developers, the graphics-rich portion of the Internet is a veritable wid West of opportunity
OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

Speak to a Canadian doing business in Cuba and the “nudge-nudge, wink-wink” of the Havana rumor mill begins. The main subject: the construction work under way at the former U.S. Embassy in Havana, abandoned by the Americans in 1961 after Washington broke off relations with the Communist state.
Shoving the PM out of the great debate 3839
THE NATION’S BUSINESS

Shoving the PM out of the great debate

Since he fumbled the referendum, Jean Chrétien has gone to ground and Ottawa has become comatose. The CEOs have taken over.
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