August 12, 1996

Special Report

MANHUNT

Business

Trouble in store

MANHUNT 3637
Special Report

MANHUNT

Henry Halm gambled that Canada would give him sanctuary from the United States, which wanted to put him in jail, but he lost. Now in the Clinton Correctional Facility at Dannemora, N.Y., Halm is about seven months into a sentence of seven to 21 years for sodomy, which will likely become nine to 23 years when they punish him for fleeing north into Ontario.
Best in the world 1819
Olympics

Best in the world

SPRINTERS SET THE PACE IN A RECORD MEDAL HAUL
Trouble in store 3031
Business

Trouble in store

The shakeout in retailing strikes Consumers Distributing
BACK BEHIND BARS 4041
Special Report

BACK BEHIND BARS

Alien suspects caught hiding in Canada get a free ride to the border
The Mail 45

The Mail

Like the majority of immigrants to Canada over the years, I have encountered varying degrees of discrimination, both subtle and overt. Giving Donovan Bailey the benefit of the doubt for his claim that he was misquoted when he compared the incidences of racism in Canada with those elsewhere (“Resurrecting the racist row,” Cover, July 29), I would like to offer some observations.
When children are vicious 1213
Canada

When children are vicious

Fear mounts about the increase in violent youth crime
The high stakes of coming to Canada 1415
Canada

The high stakes of coming to Canada

Immigrant investor funds come under fire
The fear factor 2627
World

The fear factor

Governments grapple with a new, anonymous style of terror
The medicine gap 4243
Health

The medicine gap

Health specialists are addressing the historic imbalance in research and care of women
Barbara Amiel 89
Column

Barbara Amiel

A duty to defy foolish regulations
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