October 1, 1990

Farming in the ‘Dirty Nineties’ 4243
BUSINESS WATCH

Farming in the ‘Dirty Nineties’

It now costs $100,000 to maintain a single Canadian agricultural job, but too many farmers still face bankruptcy
A CRY FOR CHILDREN 4647
BEHAVIOR

A CRY FOR CHILDREN

NATIONAL LEADERS ARE MEETING TO WAGE WAR ON THE DESPAIR AND DEATH OF THE WORLD’S YOUNG
OPENING NOTES 1011

OPENING NOTES

Margaret Atwood aims her pen at an editor, Robert Coates suffers another setback, and Jacques Lanctot ducks the Mulroneys’ wrath
READY FOR WAR 2021
COVER

READY FOR WAR

CANADIAN SHIPS AND CF-18s ARE POISED TO JOIN THE BLOCKADE OF HUSSEIN'S IRAQ
A DOGFIGHT FOR SURVIVAL 3839
BUSINESS

A DOGFIGHT FOR SURVIVAL

AIR CANADA AND CANADIAN AIRLINES ARE STRUGGLING TO FLY HIGHER IN MORE COMPETITIVE SKIES
Trading places 58bT7
THEATRE

Trading places

Actor Richard Monette excels as a director
TESTING THE PUBLIC MOOD 1415
CANADA

TESTING THE PUBLIC MOOD

WITH ELECTION FEVER MOUNTING, B.C. PREMIER WILLIAM VANDER ZALM CONSIDERS A FALL CAMPAIGN
‘NO RETREAT’ 3031
WORLD

‘NO RETREAT’

HUSSEIN REMAINS DEFIANT IN THE FACE OF GROWING INTERNATIONAL OPPOSITION TO HIS KUWAIT INVASION
LETTERS 4T1

LETTERS

Once again, the people of Ontario were railroaded into something they did not want, only this time they called Premier David Peterson’s bluff (“Shock waves,” Canada/Cover, Sept. 17). Why he thought a summer election would be beneficial to him is beyond me.
At its heart, there is none 6465
COLUMN

At its heart, there is none

Toronto cannot even cry out in pain. For pain to register, there must be blood in the system. A soul also helps. Sensitivity figures in. Pain only becomes apparent when the body is throbbing and alive. Otherwise, a blah sets in. Neither pleasure nor pain can inflict their differing messages.
RISKY MISSION 2627
COVER

RISKY MISSION

CANADIAN WARSHIPS ARE ON TARGET
An economy-in-exile 3233
WORLD

An economy-in-exile

Kuwaitis try to keep their nation alive
Out of the medals 16b17
CANADA

Out of the medals

Toronto loses the race for the 1996 Olympics
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