Once, the heroes and villains in Canada’s latest version of a political morality play seemed so easy to identify. To many disgusted Canadians in the last weeks of the 1993 federal election campaign, few things exemplified the excesses of the Progressive Conservative government more than the unseemly haste with which they rushed through a $700-million plan to privatize Toronto’s Pearson International Airport and redevelop two of its three terminals.
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