July 2, 1990

TODAY’S MAN 1213
CANADA

TODAY’S MAN

NEWLY ELECTED LIBERAL LEADER JEAN CHRETIEN PLEDGES TO UNIFY HIS PARTY—AND THE COUNTRY
The road to victory 1819
CANADA

The road to victory

Jean Chrétien surmounts the obstacles
QUEBEC VOWED NOT TO RETURN TO THE TABLE FOR MORE NEGOTIATIONS 2425
COVER

QUEBEC VOWED NOT TO RETURN TO THE TABLE FOR MORE NEGOTIATIONS

Canada in the years ahead. By contrast, few politicians in the rest of the country appeared to have devoted much time to considering the future shape of Confederation without Meech Lake. Mulroney himself has always insisted that his efforts were directed solely at gaining approval for the package of constitutional amendments hammered out in April, 1987, at the government’s retreat beside Meech Lake in the Gatineau Hills near Ottawa.
RUNNING OUT OF PATIENCE 2627
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RUNNING OUT OF PATIENCE

CLYDE WELLS HALTS THE DEBATE
DRUMBEATS OF ANGER 2829
COVER

DRUMBEATS OF ANGER

NATIVES RALLY AGAINST THE ACCORD
Lethal exposure 54d55
HEALTH

Lethal exposure

Sunbathers face increasing risks of cancer
London limelight 5859
THEATRE

London limelight

The West End gears up for tourist audiences
BAY STREET GLOOM 5051
BUSINESS

BAY STREET GLOOM

BROKERAGE HOUSES FACE MASSIVE LAYOFFS AS CAUTIOUS INVESTORS FLEE THE STOCK MARKET
OPENING NOTES 89

OPENING NOTES

Moosehead battles a boycott, Nelson Mandela’s visit nettles the networks, and a Waterloo man reaches for the stars
Examining Canada’s self-destructive psyche 5253
BUSINESS WATCH

Examining Canada’s self-destructive psyche

‘We seem to be tearing ourselves apart as though we were a Lithuania. It’s madness. What are we doing it for?’
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