March 24, 1997

COVER

The Canadian Patient

COVER

OSCAR HOPEFULS WITH SOME HEFT

Justice

A hightech tool for police

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COVER

The Canadian Patient

The triumph of The English Patient raises the question: Why can't Canada make its own hit movies?
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COVER

OSCAR HOPEFULS WITH SOME HEFT

This year's slate of best-movie nominees is the strongest—and most eclectic— in years
A hightech tool for police 5657
Justice

A hightech tool for police

Item: David Milgaard is a free man, but his name is sullied. He spent 22 years in jail for the 1969 murder and rape of Saskatoon nursing assistant Gail Miller before the Supreme Court of Canada recommended a new trial for him in 1992, basing its decision on fresh evidence that cast suspicion on another man.
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The Mail

The Mail

Eaton's mistakes
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Canada

Klein's cakewalk

What will Alberta's victorious Tories do for an encore?
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WORLD

Big and booming

A new ‘tiger’ hopes to lead the Muslim world
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Business

Waiting for Mr. Greenspan

America's top banker may be on the verge of raising interest rates
Greener pastures 1617
CANADA

Greener pastures

Lured by jobs and stability, some francophones are leaving Quebec
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COVER

CANADA'S HIT PARADE

Recently, Larry LeBlanc, Canadian editor of Billboard, wrote a brief story on a 21-year-old Vancouver singerguitarist who goes by the name of 0 Susannah. “I’d fallen in love with her voice,” recalls LeBlanc, “which sounds like a cross between Hank Williams and Emmylou Harris.
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World

Out of Albania

Foreigners flee as mobs run wild
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