February 23, 1981

The view from Canada’s highest pedestal 1011
PROFILE: THE SCHREYERS

The view from Canada’s highest pedestal

The man who once ran Manitoba isn't even allowed to drive his own car
Fiction from coast to coast 5455
BOOKS

Fiction from coast to coast

Short takes on a fresh Canadian crop
BATTLE LINES 20b21
CANADA

BATTLE LINES

A last, nasty price to be paid for a constitution
The red ink on the tab of the Scarlet Force 46d45
JUSTICE

The red ink on the tab of the Scarlet Force

Three levels of government bicker over RCMP funding
LETTERS 45
LETTERS

LETTERS

PEOPLE 3233
PEOPLE

PEOPLE

"I expect to use my professional expertise and background to build a permanent Liberal organization in the province,” announced an optimistic Stacha Sikora this month when she was appointed executive director of the federal Liberals in Conservative-dominated Alberta.
The economic tide turns in America’s backwater 1617
DATELINE: MAINE

The economic tide turns in America’s backwater

Dreams of prosperity for Washington County ebb and flow
A probe of the mysteries of fallible memory 4849
BEHAVIOR

A probe of the mysteries of fallible memory

Provocative research hints that memories change with time
Playing tricks on a blind man 3031
CANADA

Playing tricks on a blind man

Sam Raddi had never felt better. It was Halloween of 1978 and his entire home village of Sachs Harbour, N.W.T., had come out to watch him place his tight scrawl beside the flamboyant signature of Hugh Faulkner, then the federal minister of Indian affairs and northern development.
Of pincushions and the No. 5 hole 4446a
COLUMN

Of pincushions and the No. 5 hole

Today's goalies reflect upon Glenn Hall's name as actors do Olivier's
A booming arms bazaar 3435
WORLD

A booming arms bazaar

French arms exports to the Third World are burgeoning
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