April 12, 1999

HUMAN OUTRAGE 3031
World

HUMAN OUTRAGE

Amid a refugee deluge, NATO rethinks its war for Kosovo
THE TAX TRAP 1415
Canada

THE TAX TRAP

Critecs say high taxes are crushing the country's economy—and Canadians need a break
The Mail 4A1

The Mail

I am deeply ashamed that the Canadian government sent its military forces to Yugoslavia (“Going to war,” Cover, April 5). I am a Serb who was ethnically cleansed from Sarajevo and recently became a Canadian citizen. To me, it is mind-boggling that NATO attacked my country without a UN Security Council resolution.
Seizing the day 2223
CANADA/PROFILE

Seizing the day

Alberta's treasurer is enjoying the limelight
‘THERE WERE BODIES EVERYWHERE’ 3637
World

‘THERE WERE BODIES EVERYWHERE’

Tales of terror emerge as refugees overwhelm Albania
Trouble on the ranch 2627
CANADA FOCUS B.C.

Trouble on the ranch

Supporters rally to keep a foster home for teens open
WILL SPAR SURVIVE? 4243
Business

WILL SPAR SURVIVE?

Disgruntled investors may dismantle a high-tech icon
Opening NOTES 1212a
Opening NOTES

Opening NOTES

A message in a bottle: it’s an artifact more associated with stranded sailors than with students, but it has captured the imagination of francophone teens at Sacré Coeur school in Granby, Que. As part of their English instruction, learning disabled students in grades 8 and 9 stuffed messages into 150 bottles, then set them adrift on the Atlantic Ocean in May, 1997.
Rethinking AIDS 52b53
Health

Rethinking AIDS

A growing lobby challenges the HIV connection
SETTING HIS AGENDA 1819
Canada

SETTING HIS AGENDA

Paul Martin says tax cuts are only one of the priorities facing Canada
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