February 25, 1991

BUSINESS WATCH

Sliding down the path to Third World status

WORLD/COVER

THE ENDGAME

COLUMN

Packing the halls for the boss

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BUSINESS WATCH

Sliding down the path to Third World status

If the executives running Canadian steel mills were Japanese, they would have committed hara-kiri long ago
THE ENDGAME 1617
WORLD/COVER

THE ENDGAME

AN IRAQI PEACE OFFER, ALTHOUGH REJECTED, RAISED NEW HOPES FOR A SETTLEMENT
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COLUMN

Packing the halls for the boss

The Royal York, a Gothic pile of stone across the street from Toronto’s Union Station, once thought of itself as the centre of Canada. When it was opened in 1929, at 24 storeys it was the tallest building in the British Empire. Vancouver businessman John Nichol, one of the few ever to have the courage to resign from the Senate out of boredom despite having been president of the Liberal party, explained at the time that Grit guru Keith Davey’s view of Canada was everything he could see from the roof of the Royal York.
‘WHY ARE THEY BOMBING US?’ 22x23
COVER

‘WHY ARE THEY BOMBING US?’

REFUGEES FLEE IRAQ AND KUWAIT
Slapshot to success 4243
FILMS

Slapshot to success

Yves Simoneau scores with pucks and Puccini
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BUSINESS

CLOUDS IN ‘OPEN SKIES'

CANADA’S NUMBER 2 AIRLINE LOOKS FOR NEW WAYS TO SURVIVE TOUGHER COMPETITION
A silent killer 3839
HEALTH

A silent killer

Cholera strikes Peru on an epidemic scale
FROM THE ASHES OF WAR 2425
COVER

FROM THE ASHES OF WAR

EXILES PLAN TO BUILD A NEW KUWAIT
The wrath of drought 4041
WEATHER

The wrath of drought

Lack of rain parches California
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CANADA

TAKING A STAND

BRIAN MULRONEY TAKES THE CASE FOR CANADA TO THE CAPITAL OF AN INCREASINGLY SEPARATIST QUEBEC
The collapse of Kona 3435
BUSINESS

The collapse of Kona

A $30-million loss shocks Winnipeg Mennonites
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COVER

A TWO-FRONT CAMPAIGN

SELLING WAR TO A NATION OF PEACEKEEPERS
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COMPUTERS

A friendly screen

New technology makes computers more personal
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