July 31, 1989

SEEKING ANSWERS 1011
CANADA

SEEKING ANSWERS

CONFIDENCE IN THE GOVERNMENT’S ABILITY TO HELP PREVENT AIR DISASTERS IS CLEARLY SHAKEN
ABORTION ON TRIAL 1415
COVER

ABORTION ON TRIAL

THE DEBATE OVER ABORTION TAKES ON A PERSONAL EDGE AS IT MOVES INTO THE COURTS
DAY OF RECKONING 3031
BUSINESS

DAY OF RECKONING

WILLIAM CODE'S BLUNT REPORT ON PRINCIPAL CALMED INVESTORS BUT SHOOK ALBERTA'S GOVERNMENT
Culture and glasnost 4243
ART

Culture and glasnost

New freedom fuels a boom in Soviet works
Picking up the pieces 32b33
BUSINESS

Picking up the pieces

Code gives Principal’s victims new hope
DOOMSDAY FLIGHT 2425
WORLD

DOOMSDAY FLIGHT

THE CRASH OF FLIGHT 232 KILLED 110 AND RAISED SERIOUS SAFETY QUESTIONS ABOUT DC-10 AIRCRAFT
A CHANGE OF HEART 1819
COVER

A CHANGE OF HEART

DODD’S REGRETS CAUSE FAMILY TURMOIL
The courage of the bike rider 89
COLUMN

The courage of the bike rider

Most of us have sensible fears about what people will think of us or how we will support ourselves. ‘Crazy Frank ’ Mrazek doesn’t
A troubled revolution 2627
WORLD

A troubled revolution

The Sandinistas mark a decade in power
OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

Lucy Maud Montgomery reincarnated, Erik Nielsen tells all, and Don Getty has second thoughts about the Senate
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