February 2, 1981

ENVIRONMENT

The cold, the wet and the warm

U.S.A.

Opening scenes of a new act

PROFILE

The Liberals’ man-for-all-regions?

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ENVIRONMENT

The cold, the wet and the warm

Crazy weather. Last winter it was mild with little snow. Ski resort operators lost $100 million and some outdoor outfitters went out of business. Car body shop owners in Toronto had one of their worst years for fender-benders and prayed for icy road conditions; municipalities were rewarded by being under-budget for snow removal.

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U.S.A.

Opening scenes of a new act

Ronald Reagan is sworn in as 40th president amid pomp and high drama

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PROFILE

The Liberals’ man-for-all-regions?

A western troubleshooter gallops into the sunrise

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WORLD

HOME FREE

The ecstasy — and the anger

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BUSINESS

Tales of a Royal tryst

Rescue attempts in the Royal Trustco-Campeau take-over war

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LETTERS

Your article on The Nature of Heroism (Cover, Jan. 12) was most interesting. However, I must disagree with your statement that Ken Taylor acted heroically. Mr. Taylor was part of a team. Billy Bishop and Terry Fox acted single-handedly in displaying courage and determination.
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SPORTS

A delta wing and a prayer

Canada's ski jumpers are winning and may revolutionize the sport

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PEOPLE

"I'm on an old movie lot that has been converted into a theatre and having the time of my life," reports Montreal choreographer Brian Macdonald from Miami. Having just wrapped up work with Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal and a CBC special with contralto Maureen Forrester and the music of Murray Schafer, Macdonald went south to direct the U.S. premiere of his romantic intrigue Tryst for Florida’s Fusion Dance Company.

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CANADA

The exit of an iron will

‘He’s a bully and I don’t see why women should be bullied’

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PODIUM

The blind who would lead

'God is an American citizen and voted for Ronald Reagan’

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