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Stanley Knowles (Obituary)

He transcended partisan politics. Stanley Knowles, the longtime conscience of Parliament, came to Ottawa 55 years ago to improve the plight of the weak and poor. His work ethic and grasp of parliamentary procedure were awe-inspiring.


Claude Tousignant

Tousignant was a member of the Association des artistes non-figuratifs de Montréal and, with MOLINARI and LEDUC, was a major force in the continuing development of abstraction in Montréal. His work has been shown extensively in Canada and internationally.


Garth Drabinsky (Profile)

Garth Drabinsky needs to be convinced. After years of enduring a chippy relationship with the Canadian media, he is not eager to be interviewed by a journalist who has occasionally failed to cast him in the most flattering light.


Angela Cheng

Angela Cheng came to Edmonton with her family as a child, and studied piano at the Alberta College with Vera Shean (1972-6) and at the University of Alberta with Ernesto Lejano (1976-80).


HRT Conundrum

Nicole Mitchell seems visibly relieved to have found someone to listen as she runs through her list of menopause symptoms.


Ottawa Purchases New Helicopters

Cpl. Mark Gibeault missed the big news conference. Many of his colleagues gathered around TVs last week at the Comox, B.C., armed forces base to applaud Defence Minister Arthur Eggleton's long-awaited announcement that Canada would buy 15 new search-and-rescue helicopters.