November 30, 1998

COVER

COUNTDOWN FOR CANADA

World

DEATH CLOSING IN

The Mail

The Mail

COUNTDOWN FOR CANADA 2627
COVER

COUNTDOWN FOR CANADA

The PQ plays to both federalists and sovereigntists
DEATH CLOSING IN 4243
World

DEATH CLOSING IN

A Canadian prisoner talks about his looming execution
The Mail 44_a
The Mail

The Mail

One important point was not mentioned in your very interesting and informative story on Dr. Nancy Olivieri (“Whistleblower,” Cover, Nov. 16). The article refers to a confidentiality clause in Dr. Olivieri’s contract with Apotex restricting her right to disclose.
RAUCOUS READS 9091
Books

RAUCOUS READS

Giggly pleasures abound in the text and drawings of Rose by Night (Groundwood, $14.95), written and illustrated by award-winning Montrealer Mireille Levert. Aimed at preschoolers, the book presents a dilemma to which all children can relate: being too scared to get up in the middle of the night and go to the bathroom.
Becoming human 8283
One of a Kind

Becoming human

Jean Vanier shares the lessons he learned from giving
LUCKY TO BE ALIVE 48_m49
World

LUCKY TO BE ALIVE

Freed former death row inmates warn that the danger of a mistaken execution is growing
Body language 8889
Art

Body language

Betty Goodwin draws a resilient beauty from visions of pain and loss
THE PATRIOT GAME 2425
COVER

THE PATRIOT GAME

Lucien Bouchard is poised for victory-and another referendum
Sex sells—to a point 7879
Sports

Sex sells—to a point

While Katarina Witt can flaunt her sexuality, many gay athletes hide theirs
Hard times at Eaton's 6263
Business

Hard times at Eaton's

Mere hours before the official reopening of its fashion floors in Toronto’s Yorkdale mall last week, there appeared perhaps the perfect illustration of Eaton’s quest to remake itself. Downstairs, the array of cosmetics and fashion accessories was deliciously tempting.
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