Bill McGregor scoffs at the very notion. Shouting, he says, was never the way they did business around the boardroom table at the CTV Television Network in Toronto. Now sulking—that was a different story. Tension? Most definitely, says McGregor, a director of the company from 1965 to 1993.By JOHN SCHOFIELD8 min
She was at it again last week—talking tough, grabbing headlines, infuriating her detractors—and just plain worrying her allies. Less than a year after her public humiliation over the Goods and Services tax, Sheila Copps was back as the perennial political bad girl.By JOHN DeMONT6 min
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