October 18, 1999

Cover

TRADE SECRETS

Business

A new bid on the tarmac?

Music

A white knight hits the road

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Cover

TRADE SECRETS

Haida artist Bill Reid was a national icon. But from 1980 on, suffering from the debilitating effects of disease, he relied on others to produce his work.
A new bid on the tarmac? 6869
Business

A new bid on the tarmac?

Air Canada talks up a proposal with its partners, while the big banks choose sides in the airline war
A white knight hits the road 9091
Music

A white knight hits the road

Pinchas Zukerman helps reinvent the National Arts Centre
Do we need more doctors? 8283
Health

Do we need more doctors?

While Communities plead for more physicians, there may be better ways to care for patients
Beyond Burnt Church 3435
Canada

Beyond Burnt Church

The lobster war escalates into a national debate over native traditions and special rights
An airing of the dirty linen 3839
Canada

An airing of the dirty linen

Lucien Bouchard went on the attack against federalism at an international conference in Quebec, but Bill Clinton put him in his place
Sprint Canada on hold 6667
Business

Sprint Canada on hold

As the long-distance brand celebrates a mega-merger in the United States, executives at its counterpart in Canada fight to keep their jobs alive
The Food Fight 4445
World

The Food Fight

In keeping with the message, the medium was suitably high-tech: a transadantic encounter conducted live by television satellite. Up on the giant screen in the London conference hall, Robert Shapiro, chief executive officer of the Monsanto Co., listened patiently as the American biotechnology conglomerate he heads was raked over the coals by Peter Melchett, the British aristocrat who is executive director of the environmental organization Greenpeace in Britain.
The grisly realm of ‘Dr. Death’ 4849
World

The grisly realm of ‘Dr. Death’

Two ex-associates in Canada prepare to testify
Don Carty comes home 16d17
Backstage

Don Carty comes home

If the instincts of senior Air Canada executives had been correct eight years ago, Don Carty would now be leading them into battle instead of advising their biggest enemy. In 1991, airline officials thought retiring CEO Claude Taylor was so close to hiring Carty as his replacement that they drafted a news release to that effect.
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