April 3, 2000

Cover

PASSPORTS FOR SALE

Health

The Alberta Test

Special Report

Stretching the Medicare Envelope

PASSPORTS FOR SALE 1617
Cover

PASSPORTS FOR SALE

Sophisticated forgeries are fuelling wave of global migration
The Alberta Test 4243
Health

The Alberta Test

RALPH KLEIN WANTS PRIVATE CLINICS TO PLAY A BIGGER ROLE IN HEALTH CARE. WILL HE BACK DOWN?
Stretching the Medicare Envelope 4647
Special Report

Stretching the Medicare Envelope

One of the most intriguing experiments with privately run hospitals took place almost 20 years ago in a small Ontario farming community perched on the Ottawa River. In 1982, the four-decade-old Hawkesbury and District General Hospital was so dilapidated and debt-ridden that it could not even borrow funds to rebuild.
Canada is Hot! 3435
Business

Canada is Hot!

Why top Wall Street analysts see the country as a major ‘buy’
The Man Who Sailed to an Alternate Byzantium 5859
Books

The Man Who Sailed to an Alternate Byzantium

Canada’s Guy Gavriel Kay virtually invented historical fantasy, a genre that has won him thousands of readers
A Papa Pilgrim's Prodress 2627
World

A Papa Pilgrim's Prodress

John Paul II reaches out in a historic visit to the Holy Land
Canada Notes 2425
Canada

Canada Notes

Two Sea King helicopters plucked 13 survivors from life rafts after a cargo carrier sank in heavy seas 700 km north of Bermuda. The Sea Kings were from a flotilla of five Canadian warships that happened to be sailing south from Halifax for training exercises in the Caribbean.
A Health Private Sector 5051
Special Report

A Health Private Sector

AMERICANS ARE FLOCKING TO CANADIAN CLINICS THAT OFFER AN ARRAY OF SERVICES
Business Notes 3637
Business

Business Notes

Vancouver-based pollster and market research guru Angus Reid was smiling last week after he sold his 21-year-old firm to a French company for about $100 million. Ipsos SA of Paris will merge Angus Reid Group Inc. into its operations but retain the Canadian management team.
Overture 88a

Overture

Aline Chrétien: PM’s biggest asset plays music to soothe restive ministers (helloo, Paul Martin) at 24 Sussex. But no Musical Chairs. Reform Party: Weekend vote on dissolving party sows disarray among soon-to-be-former Reformers. RIP.
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