May 13, 1991

MADONNA! 4445
COVER

MADONNA!

THE WORLD'S HOTTEST STAR SPEAKS HER MIND
The risky road home 2829
WORLD

The risky road home

Canadian medics face a daunting task
LETTERS 45

LETTERS

The main reason for cross-border shopping (“Shopping binge,” Cover, April 29) is the high cost of gasoline. Recently, there was a gas war in the B.C. Lower Mainland, dropping prices to only a few cents above U.S. levels. I have since noticed in Seattle that the number of Canadian licence plates in parking lots comprises fewer than 10 per cent of all cars.
CUT DOWN BY RED INK 3435
BUSINESS

CUT DOWN BY RED INK

FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA TO NEWFOUNDLAND, THE FORESTRY INDUSTRY IS UNDER ECONOMIC SIEGE
RIDERS ON THE STORM 1415
SPECIAL REPORT

RIDERS ON THE STORM

BOB RAE’S NDP CIRCLES THE WAGONS
OPENING NOTES 89

OPENING NOTES

Brian Mulroney says no dice, Canada’s college star heads south, and Colin Powell defends his name
A power storm 5455
ENERGY

A power storm

Quebecers fume over Hydro’s foreign deals
The hidden toll 5657
HEALTH

The hidden toll

More women are becoming victims of AIDS
The admiral’s call: close more bases 4041
BUSINESS WATCH

The admiral’s call: close more bases

The department of national defence owns 4.7 million acres and equipment worth $10 billion. Most of those assets are useless.
WINDS OF DEATH 2223
WORLD

WINDS OF DEATH

NATURE AGAIN OVERWHELMS BANGLADESH, AND CLAIMS THE LIVES OF AT LEAST 125,000 PEOPLE
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