March 19, 1990

GERMANY REBORN 2425
COVER

GERMANY REBORN

ON THE EVE OF FREE ELECTIONS, EAST GERMANS ARE EXPRESSING ANGER AND DEEP ANXIETY
Striking it rich on the energy frontier 4041
BUSINESS WATCH

Striking it rich on the energy frontier

The oil and gas finds made by Canadian Hunter’s Masters and Gray represent the fulfilment of every wildcatter’s dream
Paying for the past 4445
JUSTICE

Paying for the past

A brainwashing victim seeks compensation
The case of riddles 4243
JUSTICE

The case of riddles

A murder trial reaches its wrenching climax
A new Liberal star 1415
CANADA

A new Liberal star

Sheila Copps’s leadership bid takes off
Prairie backlash 1819
CANADA

Prairie backlash

Anti-minority campaigns cause heated debate
THE NEO-NAZI FACTOR 30d31
COVER

THE NEO-NAZI FACTOR

THE POLAND ISSUE SETS OFF ALARMS
Love and lava 5454a
FILMS

Love and lava

Tom Hanks goes on a giddy South Seas voyage
AN INDUSTRY UNDER SIEGE 3435
BUSINESS

AN INDUSTRY UNDER SIEGE

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS FIGHT OTTAWA’S RULES AND EACH OTHER OVER A DECLINING MARKET
Back-to-back gold 4647
SPORTS

Back-to-back gold

Kurt Browning wins the title in Halifax
OPENING NOTES 89

OPENING NOTES

CTV News stumbles in the language war, Brian Mulroney wins a science award, and Kim Philby was a spy novel fan
Is it a train? Or was it the Pimm’s? 6061
COLUMN

Is it a train? Or was it the Pimm’s?

It was said best of all by Oscar Wilde, who said most things best of all. “Niagara Falls,” he pronounced after visiting there, “is the second disappointment in a bride’s life.” We somehow have gone through life with an understanding that the only phenomenon better was Victoria Falls on the Zambezi, which is the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia.
Influx from the East 4849
IMMIGRATION

Influx from the East

A new wave of refugees lands at Gander
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