November 1, 1999

CAUGHT UP IN TIME 4243
Cover/Essay

CAUGHT UP IN TIME

We’ve imagined it for years. Now it’s here. What does the millennial turn of the Western calendar really represent?
Millennium COUNTDOWN 3839
Cover

Millennium COUNTDOWN

As the big night nears, revellers plan where to party while police fear violence and Y2K chaos
The Mail 66a

The Mail

There is sure to be a flurry of reaction against the exposé of the human side of Bill Reid, a man who grew to be a cultural icon (“Trade secrets,” Cover, Oct 18). Reid not only created art, but also manufactured it. He not only gained a reputation, but also self-consciously engineered his own celebrity.
Turmoil in Native Affairs 2425
Canada

Turmoil in Native Affairs

As debate begins in Ottawa on the controversial Nisga’a land-claim agreement in British Columbia, a new federal Indian affairs minister steps onto the field to carry the ball
The best of both worlds 6667
Lifestyles

The best of both worlds

For convenience and culture, more Canadians are choosing to live downtown
Sex, love and human remains 6869
Films

Sex, love and human remains

Pushing the envelope—-with gender-bending, sensual healing and nights of the living dead
The Counterattack 5657
Business

The Counterattack

There is finally a fight among equals as Air Canada parries Onex’s bid
Law firms take a cross-border trip to the altar 5859
Business

Law firms take a cross-border trip to the altar

The legal community joins other sectors of the economy in the rush to
The CBC's new boss 3031
Canada

The CBC's new boss

Bob Rabinovitch says Canada’s beleaguered public broadcaster must build on its strengths—and not try to be all things to all people
Pay equity at last 2829
Canada

Pay equity at last

Federal public servants finally win their court case, and this time Ottawa may pay instead of fight
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