November 3, 1997

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WE LOVE NEW YORK [AGAIN]

SPECIAL REPORT

Mega-bookstores, megabucks

Canada

Facing off over greenhouse gases

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WE LOVE NEW YORK [AGAIN]

Donald Trump is ticked off. Here he is, giving a personal guided tour of the new apartment he is having built for himself at the very top of the 52-storey Manhattan tower that bears his name. Or, at least, one of the Manhattan towers that bears his name, for being Donald Trump, one is clearly not enough.

Mega-bookstores, megabucks 4243
SPECIAL REPORT

Mega-bookstores, megabucks

Heather Reisman's new Indigo chain is taking aim at the industry giant
Facing off over greenhouse gases 1213
Canada

Facing off over greenhouse gases

Pressure to curb emissions splits the Liberals
The Mail 44a
The Mail

The Mail

I was fascinated to read former Tory cabinet minister John Crosbie’s dissertation on the problems of regionalism in Canada (“Crosbie’s Canada,” The Maclean’s Excerpt, Oct. 20). He illustrates his thesis with the patronage awarding of the CF-18 maintenance contract to Canadair of Montreal rather then Bristol Aerospace of Winnipeg, and the subsequent dropping of possibly undeserved consolation prizes on Winnipeg.
Increasing their word power 6869
Books

Increasing their word power

Authors and readers flock to literary love-ins
Making waves over Mossad 3637
World

Making waves over Mossad

The new life of a Canadian ex-envoy
A brutal bloodletting 3233
World

A brutal bloodletting

Algeria's vote brings little hope of ending the war
Spain's new wonder of the world 6263
Architecture

Spain's new wonder of the world

A bold museum is being hailed as a masterpiece
Why the condo market is hot 5051
Business

Why the condo market is hot

The boom brings back memories of the 1980s
HARLEM REBORN 3031
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HARLEM REBORN

A historic black district is on the verge of recovery
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