Minnesota Wilderness Adventure: A four-day trip through the Boundary Waters combines the joys of roughing it with the recollections of youth.
The law to harm U.S. interests Helms-Burton Act: The damage it does to U.S. should be kept to a minimum.
U.S. denies first visas under Cuba sanctions Officers of Canadian mining firm are told they can't visit U.S.
Geese outlook is mixed, Md. official says
Frazier shouldn't get credit for DROPA June...
The breeding is easier for ducks, geese
ONCE IN A BLUE MOON Heavens: Every 2 1/2 to three years, a rare lunar event occurs -- a second full moon in a month's time. Gaze skyward tonight and see for yourself.
Transport companies watch out for children Care: Kids, especially those traveling alone, get watchful treatment on planes, trains and buses.
Fencing the ocean commons
Soccer tourney arrives, local economy scores 258 teams from 19 states and Canada pack hotels
Stress fractures in Canada Message to Quebec: Separation is a federal as well as provincial issue.
Free trade and jobs: Don't confuse us with facts
Bailey's stock soars in value Sprinter: Canadian has gone from broker to potential breaker of Olympic and world 100-meter records.
Imported wolves producing cubs in Yellowstone
NAFTA: Good news or bad? Manufacturing facts to suit your opinions
Liquor bootleggers go north Smugglers tap market in Canada, where sin taxes are high
Quebec blocks sale of kosher food labeled only in English imports hit; Passover week crackdown based on language law
Tradition is worth a taste Bakeries: Bagels are made in the old-fashioned way in Montreal.
The Peak of Cheap Roughing it: In the Canadian Rockies, visitors can find inexpensive accommodations in hostels, where lodging is rustic and guests bunk together and sometimes share the chores.
Hill committee, Clinton OK new Cuba sanctions Compromise measure would hurt Castro by curbing investment; Leader 'is on the ropes'; Bill would punish firms with interest in confiscated property
Canada's military weakened, general warns But budget cutters plan further reductions
Canadian military shaken by probe of Somali's death Highest ranks accused of incompetence, cover-up scandal
Speros exit is owe-so- close Stallions owner says plan likely by Feb. 15 for paying vendor debt
Poling down the St. Croix River Riverboats: A canoe trip in Maine is an expedition into history, nature and personal growth.
Montreal opens up to CFL's return Expos, Canadiens see room for another team
Spring bird-watching in England Feathered fun: Book and conservation group can guide hobbyists with avian aspirations.
ROUTE TO RECOVERY A MARYLAND SCIENTIST IS LEADING A BOLD EXPERIMENT TO GIVE WHOOPING CRANES A FLYING START ON LONG JOURNEY BACK FROM NEAR-EXTINCTION
NBA not ignoring Santa Clara's Nash
U.S. stars hold on for AHL victory Defense at minimum until end of 6-5 game
Toronto gives foreign writers a sense of home 'Newcomer's experience': Immigrant authors speak of finding great acceptance in a city whose love affair with things foreign is combined with a passion for books.
The millenium definitely ends with the 1999The...
1995: OVER AND OUT But first, a few remembrances of the year that brought us the Trial of the Century, a girl at the Citadel and the ubiquitous Colin Powell
Slow growth ahead for state Federal cutbacks may make it seem like a recession; MARYLAND ECONOMY 1996
Canada By Rail Making tracks: From Vancouver to Toronto -- three days and three nights, 2,800 miles and a first-class adventure.
One migrates the other doesn't; Canada geese: One subspecies of the distinctive bird has been dangerously depopulated, while another flourishes as a suburban pest. Confusion between them, biologists say, is causing severe problems.
ESPIONAGE FROM THE FRONT LINES Double lives: Elite eavesdroppers work undercover abroad, drawing closer to their targets; NO SUCH AGENCY
Struggling Memphis pulls out
No replacing Canadas in fields or hunters' affections
CFL faces grim decisions after successful Grey Cup
Adding a dash of pizazz Spice profits drooping: McCormick & Co. thinks that in Robert J. Lawless it has "a personable, dynamic, high energy guy" who can help it return to high profitability.
Judgment day arrives for Stallions Title game they've sought finally at hand, but Calgary tough, too
Trouble Up North Woe Canada: Government-run medicine has proved a failure there, but the establishment thinks a dose of U.S. money can save it.
Yee-hah! Saddle up for Cup party
Football sensibilities on display in Stallions-Stampeders match
Regina warms to Grey task Cup host at last: Prairie pride overflows, as Saskatchewan city whose football roots date to 1890s gets first chance to hold The Game.
A last love-in for team, fans out of past
Australia smooths way for touring by bicycle
The romantic new little nationalisms
The Chesapeake cosmopolite One species: Despite recent progress, we still try to manage the crab as if lines on a map mattered most.