February 20, 1989

WORLD

LEGACY OF A BLOODY WAR

COVER

THE GRETZKY CHASE

DANCE

TRIUMPHANT ADIEU

LEGACY OF A BLOODY WAR 1819
WORLD

LEGACY OF A BLOODY WAR

SOVIET SOLDIERS RETURN HOME TO FLOWERS—AND DOUBTS ABOUT THE PRICE THEY PAID IN AFGHANISTAN
THE GRETZKY CHASE 3233
COVER

THE GRETZKY CHASE

MARIO LEMIEUX IS CHALLENGING 'THE GREAT ONE’ AS HOCKEY’S MOST TALENTED PLAYER
TRIUMPHANT ADIEU 5051
DANCE

TRIUMPHANT ADIEU

VERONICA TENNANT ROUNDS OFF A BRILLIANT BALLET CAREER THAT SURMOUNTED DAUNTING OBSTACLES
THE GREAT ONE'S LIFE 3636A
COVER

THE GREAT ONE'S LIFE

GRETZKY IS STILL HOCKEY’S SUPERSTAR
A SYMBOLIC VISIT 1011
CANADA

A SYMBOLIC VISIT

MULRONEY: ‘A VERY MEASURABLE PROGRESS.' BUSH: IT IS ‘TOO EARLY’ TO SET A TIMETABLE
THE WINTER OF DISCONTENT 3839
COVER

THE WINTER OF DISCONTENT

THE SOVIETS WORRY ABOUT THEIR GAME
FORGING NEW LINKS 2627
BUSINESS

FORGING NEW LINKS

AN ONTARIO FIRM IS TRANSFORMING ITSELF INTO A GIANT WITH HELP FROM HONG KONG AND CHINA
Aftermath of a paper revolution 4445
MEDIA WATCH

Aftermath of a paper revolution

Newspapers’ fervor in support of the public’s right to know dissipates when the right extends over their own doorstep
OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

George Bush tickles the funny bone, Cher stays in bed, and Brian Mulroney considers Yasser Arafat
Killing fields in Old Montreal 2829
BUSINESS WATCH

Killing fields in Old Montreal

Premier Robert Bourassa’s language law ruling is turning the Anglo business community into an endangered species
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