When the Kanitz twins completed high school in 1988, they went their separate ways. Kristi, the brainer, headed to the University of Western Ontario in London—as far from their King City home, north of Toronto, as her scholarship money would take her.By ROBERT SHEPPARD
A fuel leak in one of the Canadian Forces’ 30 Sea King helicopters prompted the military to ground the entire fleet. The action came only two weeks after the fatal crash of a Labrador helicopter led the Forces to order the same preventive measure for 12 remaining Labradors.
British police arrested Augusto Pinochet, 82, on allegations of murdering Spanish citizens in Chile between 1973 and 1983. In London for surgery, the former Chilean dictator was arrested after British authorities received a Spanish extradition warrant.
It was A.J. Balfour, a British prime minister at the turn of the century, who said he was as uncomfortable as any when being attacked, but in agony when being explained. For Pierre Elliott Trudeau, it must seem much the same. His sense of his own intellectual superiority sustained him during his parliamentary life and he usually gave as good as he got in the exchange of conflicting opinion.By DALTON CAMP
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