September 4, 1989

THE LEGACY OF WORLD WAR II 2223
COVER

THE LEGACY OF WORLD WAR II

A HALF-CENTURY AFTER THE WAR BEGAN, THE OLD EUROPEAN ORDER IS MELTING
TURBULENT ERA 3031
COVER

TURBULENT ERA

EUROPE'S STRUGGLES MAY BE EASING
THE TIES OF BLOOD 4040a
COVER

THE TIES OF BLOOD

WAR MADE CANADA CHANGE DIRECTION
OPENING NOTES 89

OPENING NOTES

George Bush puzzles the foreign press, Isadore Sharp checks in, and Bruce Springsteen issues a denial
TANGLED NETS 5455
BUSINESS

TANGLED NETS

THE EAST COAST FISH INDUSTRY IS SUFFERING AS CATCHES SHRINK AND PLANT CLOSINGS SPREAD
A CAMPAIGN SETBACK 1213
CANADA

A CAMPAIGN SETBACK

THE UPROAR OVER DISPOSAL OF PCBs CASTS A SHADOW ONTO PREMIER BOURASSA’S PLANS FOR RE-ELECTION
AFTER THE HOLOCAUST 50d51
COVER

AFTER THE HOLOCAUST

A JEWISH COMMUNITY WITHERS AWAY
The show moves on 6465
TELEVISION

The show moves on

MuchMusic and TSN bid for new viewers
THE MOULD BREAKS 1617
WORLD

THE MOULD BREAKS

EVENTS IN POLAND AND THROUGHOUT EASTERN EUROPE SIGNAL A CHANGE IN THE OLD ORDER
Tough times on Canada’s farms 1011
COLUMN

Tough times on Canada’s farms

Canada’s farming community continues to shrink as international marketing pressures squeeze prices
August 281989 September 111989