Industrial designers, in their quest for product improvement, have carried out many odd experiments. But Jan Kuypers, a dignified Dutch-born designer, must be one of very few who have tested their designs by sliding down them headfirst on their stomach.By BRENDA DALGLISH13 min
In the aftermath of their election victory, as most Liberals sat back to savor what they had won, Eddie Goldenberg set to work. Within 10 days, the longtime Liberal aide showed why he is Prime Minister Jean Chrétien’s most powerful adviser—and one of Ottawa’s most influential unknowns.By E. KAYE FULTON8 min
In early September, Anne got a phone call from Calgary’s Foothills Hospital: her mother was about to be discharged. Irene, Anne’s 84-year-old mother, had been in acute care since she suffered a series of small strokes in March. Six months later, she was well enough to feed herself and was beginning to walk unassisted.
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