May 21, 1990

Running third 22d23
CANADA

Running third

‘The rules were stacked against me’
POWER TO BURN 5051
COVER

POWER TO BURN

A POLITICAL DEADLOCK MAY STALL THE JAMES BAY PROJECT
A BREAKTHROUGH ? 1617
CANADA

A BREAKTHROUGH ?

QUIET DIPLOMACY BY THE WESTERN PREMIERS SPARKS RENEWED HOPE FOR A MEECH LAKE RESOLVE
A CRITICAL SCIENCE GAP 3637
BUSINESS

A CRITICAL SCIENCE GAP

CANADA’S SPENDING ON RESEARCH IS FALLING FAR BEHIND THAT OF ITS COMPETITORS
LETTERS 4T1
LETTERS

LETTERS

I would sooner have a political leader who spoke with the wisdom, personal integrity and spiritual sensitivity of a man like Czechoslovakian President Václav Havel (“Towards a new Europe,” World, April 30) than be able to drink clean tap water.
Quebec must pay the price of independence 1415
COLUMN

Quebec must pay the price of independence

Junior must realize that if he wants to break up a home, he cannot rely on familial generosity. It’s not war—it’s just fair
NATO AT THE CROSSROADS 2425
WORLD

NATO AT THE CROSSROADS

AT AN ALBERTA SKI RESORT, DEFENCE MINISTERS DISCUSS NEW NUCLEAR STRATEGY FOR A CHANGING ERA
Giving and taking away 38d39
BUSINESS

Giving and taking away

Michael Wilson wins new support for the IMF
The greening of golf 4445
BUSINESS

The greening of golf

Investors are cashing in on buying links
The tricky pitfalls of name-calling 6263
MEDIA WATCH

The tricky pitfalls of name-calling

The trouble with muscular, hard-hitting, forthright journalism is that it may be the writer who winds up looking, ah, stupid
After Meech, the economic deluge 4849
BUSINESS WATCH

After Meech, the economic deluge

If Meech Lake fails, economic analysts say that Canada will face a major currency crunch—and even higher interest rates
FATEFUL CONSEQUENCES 5657
COVER

FATEFUL CONSEQUENCES

DEVELOPMENT COULD TAKE A HEAVY TOLL
OPENING NOTES 1213

OPENING NOTES

A Washington hanging for George Shultz, the Queen will attend a party, and Albert Reichmann meets George Bush
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