June 1, 1998

Business

Microsoft's darkest hour

SPECIAL REPORT

THE JIM CARREY SHOW

Canada/COVER

SPEAKING OUT

Microsoft's darkest hour 4243
Business

Microsoft's darkest hour

Rivals cheer an antitrust case against the software giant
THE JIM CARREY SHOW 5455
SPECIAL REPORT

THE JIM CARREY SHOW

The goof with the rubber face gets serious (sort of) in a smart new movie for grown-ups
SPEAKING OUT 1415
Canada/COVER

SPEAKING OUT

RAPE IN THE MILITARY
A rousing Yes for peace 3031
WORLD

A rousing Yes for peace

Even before the polls opened, the telltale signs of seismic change began to drift across Northern Ireland’s rolling green hills. It was there early on Friday morning, in the long lines of voters waiting patiently under overcast skies for the doors to open at some 584 schools, churches and community halls in the province.
Rape in the military 44_1
Titanic tourism 7071
Travel

Titanic tourism

With history to boot, Halifax is a sightseer's mecca
Celebrating success— very, very privately 4849
The Nation’s Business

Celebrating success— very, very privately

Success has become a noisy affair, with public relations types waving news releases, halls of fame vying for candidates and everyone wanting a piece of the individual selected for attention. But there is success of a different kind. It flows from a long day’s journey into might, from the daily stewardship of doing one’s job and duty, quietly and well.
THE FUTURE OF INTIMACY 6061
Essays on the MILLENNIUM

THE FUTURE OF INTIMACY

A 'happy warrior' wins—his way 1011
Backstage

A 'happy warrior' wins—his way

Lieut. Barney Danson’s combat experience in the Second World War was brief, painful and unforgettable. Commissioned an acting captain, Danson was training troops stationed in British Columbia in early 1944 when he decided that an Allied attack on German-held Europe must be imminent.
Language wars 3435
WORLD

Language wars

Spanish speakers fight to overturn bilingual education
The battle for medicare cash 2223
Canada

The battle for medicare cash

Health-care firms seek to protect their market share as governments cut back
The joy of being famous for more than 15 minutes 8081
COLUMN

The joy of being famous for more than 15 minutes

It is spring and the defining moment for the merry month of May is quite apparent. It came when PEN Canada, the organization that fights worldwide for writers’ rights and freedom of expression, held a fund-raising evening. The organizers auctioned off chairs belonging to celebrated—and expired—authors.
PAIN AND PRIDE 2021
COVER

PAIN AND PRIDE

For retired major Dee Brasseur, the subject hit all too close to home. In fact, when Brasseur, one of Canada’s first female military pilots, started leafing through the May 25 Maclean’s story about rape in the military, she felt the sting from her own wounds.
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