Perrin Beatty is wired for sound—and anything else he can summon up on the computer hardware surrounding him. In his fifth-floor office at CBC headquarters in west-end Ottawa, the 48-year-old president of the public broadcaster has just finished listening to a CBC radio program in Halifax which he has downloaded from the Internet.By Anthony Wilson-Smith11 min
I was very pleased that Dr. John Butt, the chief medical examiner for Nova Scotia, was included in your 1998 Honour Roll (Cover, Dec. 21). I am from Nova Scotia, near Peggys Cove, and I must say that he and his team did an outstanding job after the crash of Swissair Flight 111, considering the situation.
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