It has become the case of the missing puck. Sometime after scoring his legendary 500th goal, Maurice (Rocket) Richard announced: “We sent [the puck] to the Queen —so it’s over in England somewhere. I hope so anyway.” Since then, the story has circulated throughout Canada-—and like the game of broken telephone, new elements keep being added.
Brian Mulroney now divides his days between work as a senior partner with the Montreal law firm Ogilvy Renault and duties as a director of a variety of international companies. A decade after the collapse of the Meech Lake accord, and seven years after he resigned as prime minister, Mulroney says that, politically, he has “left my ghosts behind—and seldom looks back.
Paul Gross looks done in. Wearing jeans and a grey Tshirt, the star of Due South slumps into a chair in a Stratford, Ont., restaurant and orders a Heineken. His startlingly blue eyes are shadowed by fatigue, and he seems unable to get comfortable.By John Bemrose6 min
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