April 28, 1997

COVER

WHEN A HOSPITAL DIES

WORLD

Cool Britannia

COVER

THE NURSES

WHEN A HOSPITAL DIES 2829
COVER

WHEN A HOSPITAL DIES

Emotions run high as the 107-year-old Calgary General closes
Cool Britannia 3839
WORLD

Cool Britannia

In fashion, music and film, British style rules the day
THE NURSES 2425
COVER

THE NURSES

The front-line care-givers are burned out. Is it any wonder?
Priming the pump 1213
Canada

Priming the pump

Sooner or later, somebody had to say it. But it took an old political warrior with nothing left to lose to tell English-speaking Canada the unpalatable truth: no matter how much the politicians talk about job creation and the social safety net, the ever-present question of how to keep Quebec in Canada still hangs over the coming federal election like a nasty storm cloud.
Promise of prosperity 5657
Life

Promise of prosperity

Fad or fact, feng shui is all the rage
Drugs, deals and death 1819
CANADA_

Drugs, deals and death

An informer says police forces have failed to protect him
Trading insults 4647
Business

Trading insults

Critics assail a proposed treaty on investment
Netanyahu's 'earthquake' 3637
World

Netanyahu's 'earthquake'

Police accuse Israel's prime minister
Opening Notes 1011
Opening Notes

Opening Notes

Taking aim at the right
Even after Jackie, progress comes slowly 6060_1
Columns

Even after Jackie, progress comes slowly

The near-hysteria that accompanied Tiger Woods around the Augusta National golf course at the Masters tournament the other Sunday afternoon was faintly remindful of the appearance of Jackie Robinson in a major-league baseball uniform half a century ago.
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