February 21, 2000

Canada Cover

SIKHPOWER

World

Europe’s Hard Edge

Special Report Climate

The Heat Is On

SIKHPOWER 1819
Canada Cover

SIKHPOWER

As the B.C. NDP heats up, a potent political community flexes its muscle
Europe’s Hard Edge 3031
World

Europe’s Hard Edge

The rise of Austria's far right may be an omen, as a mood of intolerance sweeps the continent
The Heat Is On 4849
Special Report Climate

The Heat Is On

A crisis is in the making as Canada confronts its commitment to drastically reduce greenhouse-gas emissions
The Mail 45
The Mail

The Mail

Sir John A. Macdonald must be rolling in his grave. The first prime minister declared that in order for Canada to remain Canadian, we must have an eastwest transportation system and that it must be subsidized (“Rolling south,” Cover, Feb. 7).
Out to be a phone guy, too 3839
Business

Out to be a phone guy, too

Ted Rogers buys Quebec’s Vidéotron and declares war on the Bell Canada empire
The Hack Attacks 3637
Business

The Hack Attacks

Sabotage of top Web sites sets off alarm bells about Internet security
Overture 1011
Overture

Overture

♦Jane Stewart: Need we say more? Jean Chrétien: PM smirks, snickers, while easily deflecting weak opposition questions on GrantScam. But the Little Guy’s Big Ego is showing through. ♦Joe Clark and Preston Manning: Two leaders MIA as House of Commons resumes crucial sitting.
CSIS and the Sikhs 2425
Cover

CSIS and the Sikhs

Secret documents obtained by Maclean's show that the community remains under special surveillance
Canada Notes 2829
Canada

Canada Notes

A blizzard of accusations and countercharges flew in the House of Commons as the storm over the Liberal governments cavalier dispersal of over $ 1 billion in grants moved from a media crossfire to the House of Commons. In some of the most boisterous sessions of this Parliament, opposition MPs demanded the resignation of Human Resources Minister Jane Stewart, whose department—according to an internal audit—handed out the federal funds with little or no supervision.
The mysterious Gulf War illness 5253
Health

The mysterious Gulf War illness

A doctor’s report prompts Ottawa to offer to test ailing vets for traces of depleted uranium
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