October 23, 1989

HIDING THE DRUG MONEY 4243
COVER

HIDING THE DRUG MONEY

CRIMINALS ARE USING CANADA TO LAUNDER BILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN DRUG PROFITS
FRAGILE ROOTS 1819
CANADA

FRAGILE ROOTS

CANADIANS IN THE COUNTRY FEEL ABANDONED BY A GOVERNMENT MORE ATTUNED TO URBAN VOTERS
A POLITBURO GIVES GROUND 2829
WORLD

A POLITBURO GIVES GROUND

THE EAST GERMAN GOVERNMENT AGREES TO TALK ABOUT REFORM— NOT NECESSARILY TO GRANT IT
An independent voice 20b21

An independent voice

Jacques Parizeau has a clear message
LETTERS 67

LETTERS

Your article “A down-home hero: Bombardier is taking Quebec to the world” (Business, Sept. 11) should have been titled “Bombardier is taking Canada to the cleaners.” When Ottawa pays them $150 million more for 2,700 army trucks than it would have paid a U.S. firm and then gives them the CF-18 jet fighter maintenance contract at a much higher price than a Winnipeg firm bid, I don’t think Mulroney’s nine-per-cent Goods and Services Tax will be enough to pay for the ever-increasing amount of money (our money) that is being poured into Quebec.
Heart and sole 7879
DANCE

Heart and sole

A venerable company turns 50 with style
THE LAUNDERING GAME 5455
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THE LAUNDERING GAME

CLEANING DIRTY MONEY IS CRUCIAL
A SCARY REMINDER 3637
BUSINESS

A SCARY REMINDER

THE DOW’S SUDDEN PLUNGE BROUGHT WARNINGS THAT ‘THIS MARKET IS VERY, VERY FRAGILE’
GRABBING THE DRUG BOUNTY 48d49
COVER

GRABBING THE DRUG BOUNTY

THE MIAMI TALLY IS $150 MILLION
A call to action 5657
ENVIRONMENT

A call to action

The Great Lakes are in a state of crisis
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