Crazy weather. Last winter it was mild with little snow. Ski resort operators lost $100 million and some outdoor outfitters went out of business. Car body shop owners in Toronto had one of their worst years for fender-benders and prayed for icy road conditions; municipalities were rewarded by being under-budget for snow removal.By Warren Gerard9 min
Your article on The Nature of Heroism (Cover, Jan. 12) was most interesting. However, I must disagree with your statement that Ken Taylor acted heroically. Mr. Taylor was part of a team. Billy Bishop and Terry Fox acted single-handedly in displaying courage and determination.
"I'm on an old movie lot that has been converted into a theatre and having the time of my life," reports Montreal choreographer Brian Macdonald from Miami. Having just wrapped up work with Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal and a CBC special with contralto Maureen Forrester and the music of Murray Schafer, Macdonald went south to direct the U.S. premiere of his romantic intrigue Tryst for Florida’s Fusion Dance Company.By MARSHA BOULTON6 min
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