February 13, 1989

WORLD

A NATION DIVIDED

COVER

SICK TO DEATH

MUSIC

Cowboy troubadour

A NATION DIVIDED 1617
WORLD

A NATION DIVIDED

AN ECONOMIC CRISIS AND DEEP ETHNIC RIVALRIES THREATEN TO RIP APART THE YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC
SICK TO DEATH 3233
COVER

SICK TO DEATH

CAUGHT BETWEEN RISING COSTS AND MORE RESTRAINTS, HOSPITALS ARE CUTTING SERVICES
Cowboy troubadour 5253
MUSIC

Cowboy troubadour

Singer Ian Tyson is riding high again
BELT-TIGHTENING 1011
CANADA

BELT-TIGHTENING

Stanley Hartt once earned $450,000 a year as a labor lawyer. But last spring, he resigned after 2½ years as deputy finance minister—in part, he said, because he had found it difficult to get by on his $120,000 government salary. However, in his new job Hartt has embarked on a crusade for austerity.
LOOKING FOR A GREATER VOICE 3636a
COVER

LOOKING FOR A GREATER VOICE

NURSES ARE CHANGING PROFESSIONS
TROUBLE AT THE SOURCE 3839
COVER

TROUBLE AT THE SOURCE

BRITAIN’S MEDICARE IS IN CRISIS
The surging markets 2627
BUSINESS

The surging markets

Small investors waver while stocks climb
OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

John Turner flexes his muscles, a two-language policy for Quebec skiers, and star signs for Soviet readers
BREAKING BARRIERS 2425
BUSINESS

BREAKING BARRIERS

THE GOVERNMENT IS REMOVING THE LAST REGULATORY OBSTACLES FROM THE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES
A new lineup 4647
PRESS

A new lineup

Changes raise questions at The Globe and Mail
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