July 10, 1989

AN ANGRY RACIAL BACKLASH 1415
COVER

AN ANGRY RACIAL BACKLASH

INCREASING NUMBERS OF CANADIANS NO LONGER SHARE THE VISION OF A MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY
NEW BATTLE LINES 2627
WORLD

NEW BATTLE LINES

CHINAS HARDLINERS SOLIDIFY CONTROL, BUT ESCAPED DISSIDENTS VOW TO CONTINUE THEIR STRUGGLE
Too hot to handle 4647
FILMS

Too hot to handle

Hollywood sanitizes the Jerry Lee Lewis story
Costly help for the wounded 1011
COLUMN

Costly help for the wounded

Worker compensation systems across Canada are growing more expensive, and reforms are needed now to save the programs
Nova’s sell-off 3637
BUSINESS

Nova’s sell-off

An Alberta-based giant is forced to retreat
A summer triumph 4445
THEATRE

A summer triumph

Stratford’s Festival surmounts hard times
A BOAT GIRL GROWS UP 20b21
COVER

A BOAT GIRL GROWS UP

A VIETNAMESE EDUCATES COLDWATER
Unhealed wounds 4041
JUSTICE

Unhealed wounds

A northern community relives a tragedy
COOLING THE WELCOME 1617
COVER

COOLING THE WELCOME

A TIGHTER LAW RESTRICTS REFUGEES
The dirt on ‘Mr. Clean’ 3233
WORLD

The dirt on ‘Mr. Clean’

A sex scandal shakes the Japanese government
Showcasing Canada 3839
HERITAGE

Showcasing Canada

A museum takes a modern approach to the past
The real meaning of scandal 4849
COLUMN

The real meaning of scandal

There may be hope for the nation after all. There may be some salvation beneath all the gloom. Things may not be as black as painted. Since Confederation, the country has been consumed by the complaint that the big province, Ontario, has bullied all the rest.
Thatcher’s compromise 2828a
WORLD

Thatcher’s compromise

The Iron Lady adopts a conciliatory tone
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