May 29, 2000

Cover

WHAT THE BOSS NEEDS TO KNOW

Music

GUESS WHO'S Reborn

Films

Cannes Carnival

WHAT THE BOSS NEEDS TO KNOW 1819
Cover

WHAT THE BOSS NEEDS TO KNOW

An exclusive survey suggests how employers can keep valued staff in a booming economy
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Music

GUESS WHO'S Reborn

One of Canada's most successful bands is enjoying a new vogue — and hitting the road once again
Cannes Carnival 5859
Films

Cannes Carnival

Amid the glitz of this year’s festival, cinema seemed torn between costume drama and celebrity satire
The Wired Teen 3839
Tech

The Wired Teen

A new study documents the embrace of the Internet by Canadian kids— and lifts the veil on how they use it
Snaring the Lion 3435
World

Snaring the Lion

In Sierra Leone, the capture of rebel leader Foday Sankoh triggered dancing in the streets of Freetown
RECRUITING ON THE WEB 2425
Cover

RECRUITING ON THE WEB

In a highly competitive labour market, employers are turning to the Net to find new people
The Mail 45

The Mail

Your focus on children and the most common diseases and disorders affecting their health was excellent (“Keeping kids healthy,” Cover, May 15). I was puzzled, though, by the omission of any reference to air quality in the discussion of why asthma is on the rise (“Peanuts and pollen”).
Cutting It in the West 2829
Canada

Cutting It in the West

Arthur Smith is precisely the sort of individual that Canadian Alliance leadership hopeful Tom Long would want in his corner. A prominent Calgary businessman, a former Conservative MLA and MP and a trusted adviser to Premier Ralph Klein, the 81-year-old Smith has unparalleled access to the boardrooms and political corridors of his native province.
Overture 89

Overture

The West Wing: Hit series about Washington, widely watched by our own pols, winds up otherwise realistic season with cheesy Who Shot J.R.?-style ending. Was high quality just a dream itself? Lib MPs versus CBC: Story so far—(1) Libs, led by PM, privately call CBC news coverage biased.
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Sports

Sydney Gets Ready

Sports-mad Australians were delighted when they won the 2000 Summer Games. They are less pleased now.
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