The idea was to make Quebec City seem more like a national capital. So last November, the city’s chamber of commerce bought a sumptuous, $800,000 Tudor-style mansion on the tony Rue des Braves to be the official residence of Quebec Premier Jacques Parizeau and his wife, Lisette Lapointe.By BARBARA WICKENS5 min
Rod and Linda Sterling, acquitted last year of 32 criminal charges in the child sex-abuse case involving their day-care centre in Martensville, Sask., filed a civil lawsuit against the provincial government seeking $11.6 million in damages.
What is the cruellest month? In 1995, as the political storm clouds gather, spring is the cruellest month. Bodies are being laid out for disposal, reputations are about to be shredded, new careers are just over the horizon and the jackals await the ripe flesh on the corpses.By Allan Fotheringham4 min
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