June 29, 1992

A CHANGE OF HEART 1819
COVER

A CHANGE OF HEART

EVEN KEY FEDERAL AND PROVINCIAL OFFICIALS NOW WANT THE PACKAGE TO DIE
UNDER SIEGE 1011
CANADA

UNDER SIEGE

ASSAILED BY ITS CRITICS, PRESTON MANNING’S REFORM PARTY IS A TOUGH SELL IN MANY PARTS OF CANADA
Back to work—at last 4445
BUSINESS

Back to work—at last

Canadians grapple with a slow recovery
Mechanics of magic 5051
THEATRE

Mechanics of magic

Artisans bring the Stratford Festival to life
Russia’s ripper 3839
WORLD

Russia’s ripper

It is a big-shouldered city, a Russian version of poet Carl Sandburg's Chicago, and one that is proud of its industrial muscle. The toughness of Rostov-on-Don, which lies on the mighty Don River 960 km south of Moscow, is exemplified by the powerful combines that are built at the Rostelmash, a farm-equipment factory, and work the fertile lands outside the city.
YELTSIN'S SURPRISE 3637
WORLD

YELTSIN'S SURPRISE

RUSSIA’S LEADER SHOCKS AMERICA WITH HINTS THAT MISSING SOLDIERS MAY BE ALIVE IN PRISON CAMPS
PREPARING FOR DEADLOCK 2021
COVER

PREPARING FOR DEADLOCK

OTTAWA HAS DRAFTED ITS OWN PROPOSALS
OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

Cooking up gold, Watergate memories and the measure of a mountain
WHO SPEAKS FOR CANADA? 1617
COVER

WHO SPEAKS FOR CANADA?

THE CONSTITUTIONAL PROPOSALS COULD RESULT IN RADICAL CHANGES IN HOW THE NATION WORKS
A SILENT FOREST 4243
BUSINESS

A SILENT FOREST

UNION DEMANDS BRING ONE OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST FORESTRY SECTORS TO A STANDSTILL IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
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