November 4, 1996

SPECIAL REPORT

WINNING WAYS

SPECIAL REPORT

HOW VERY DIFFERENTWEARE

WINNING WAYS 3031
SPECIAL REPORT

WINNING WAYS

Bill Clinton eyes re-election, thanks to peace, prosperity—and soccer moms
The Mail 45

The Mail

As an elder citizen, I have watched Ontario premiers of every political stripe act like statesmen (“The secret summit,” Cover, Oct. 21). Ontario Premier Mike Harris’s behavior only confirms what I already believed—he is no statesman.
HOW VERY DIFFERENTWEARE 3637
SPECIAL REPORT

HOW VERY DIFFERENTWEARE

A poll shows how Canadian and U.S. attitudes vary on family, politics and religion
Ministerial makeover 1819
CANADA

Ministerial makeover

David Dingwall stages a comeback
Taxing foreign havens 4445
Business

Taxing foreign havens

Ottawa wants 'truckloads' of new tax information
Vagabound in the wilds 6465
Books

Vagabound in the wilds

A Canadian botanist makes a plea to preserve disappearing world
Days of civility 1617
Canada

Days of civility

Toronto protesters make their stand—out in a polite way
BATTLE FOR THE HILL 3435
SPECIAL REPORT

BATTLE FOR THE HILL

Control of Congress remains up for grabs
Inking an auto truce 4849
BUSINESS

Inking an auto truce

Thousands of union jobs could still be lost
Hockey moves out of its hallowed homes 6263
Sports Watch

Hockey moves out of its hallowed homes

With Seibert still riding him, Richard faked the goaltender and, with one free hand, guided the puck into the net
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