April 20, 1998

Business

On top of the world

COVER

AFTER DIVORCE

The Mail

Looking back

On top of the world 3031
Business

On top of the world

Citicorp and Travelers form a financial behemoth
AFTER DIVORCE 3839
COVER

AFTER DIVORCE

Looking back 45_1
The Mail

Looking back

Final vindication 5455
JUSTICE

Final vindication

A report spreads the blame for Morin’s conviction
The positive Tory 1415
Canada

The positive Tory

People just expect Hugh Segal to be funny. He made his national reputation as a political pundit, firing zingers in defence of Tories and Tory policies from a couch on morning television. Even casual acquaintances greet him as “Hughie,” and in political circles, his affable backslapping style has given him a reputation as “The Happy Warrior."
A leadership worth running away from 6465
Column

A leadership worth running away from

Anyone who has been watching television in recent weeks can only be in awe of the worthy souls who read the network news—their rigorous self-discipline and the stern grip they keep on their emotions. Not once has either of the Peters (Mansbridge or Kent) or Lloyd (Robertson) done what any other Canadian would surely do—convulse with laughter or roll hysterically on the floor and have to be removed from the set while reading the latest news of the once-proud Progressive Conservative Party of Canada.
Dancing to a Latin beat 2223
World

Dancing to a Latin beat

Canada has high free-trade hopes
Conrad Black's latest bold, uphill challenge 3637

Conrad Black's latest bold, uphill challenge

The Nation’s Business
The best of the boulevardiers 89

The best of the boulevardiers

Backstage
An ounce of prevention 5051
Health

An ounce of prevention

Tests show a drug can stop breast cancer from starting
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