November 9, 1998

THUGS ON ICE 6869
COVER

THUGS ON ICE

Leagues are cracking down on illegal hits that injure players— but they won’t stop the fights
THE RICHARD RIOT 7677
COVER

THE RICHARD RIOT

A new collection features the inside story of a night to remember in Montreal
CHAIN REACTION 4445
Business

CHAIN REACTION

The launch of a new national daily starts an industry upheaval
The Mail 67

The Mail

"Why college grads get jobs” was quite possibly the finest work that Maclean’s has ever done (Cover/Special Issue, Oct 26). Once Canadians accept the fact that most four-year university degrees only lead to another degree, then rampant credentialism and inflated qualifications will subside.
Divided over unity 2021
CANADA

Divided over unity

Reformers want to tango, but will the Tories dance?
THE EVIDENCE OF RAPE 3031
World

THE EVIDENCE OF RAPE

Indonesia’s Chinese live in fear
THE LESSONS OF WAR 9091
SPECIAL REPORT

THE LESSONS OF WAR

Old soldiers revisit the battlefields that helped forge Canada's identity
A literature of stone 9293
SPECIAL REPORT

A literature of stone

On one Remembrance Day in the '70s, I went back to my old home town, Dorchester, N.B., population about 800, and marched with the veterans to the war memorial. And the experience still says things to me. One is that although we pledged to remember the 41 “fallen,” the words were true only in a limited and symbolic way.
The employment challenge 5051
BUSINESS

The employment challenge

An economic slowdown promises a tougher job market
HIGH STAKES QUEBEC 1819
Canada

HIGH STAKES QUEBEC

He never thought it would be easy. A testy Quebec Liberal Leader Jean Charest readily conceded that much last week during his party's shaky run up to the provincial election campaign. By Wednesday, when Premier Lucien Bouchard announced the Nov. 30 vote, Charest had spent days in a defensive mode, cut off at the knees by Ottawa on the constitutional issue, his party sagging in the polls.
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