September 7, 1992

Andrew’s Fury 1819
WORLD

Andrew’s Fury

A hurricane leaves a trail of destruction
THE CRY OF A DYING PEOPLE 2021
COVER

THE CRY OF A DYING PEOPLE

VIOLENCE AND FAMINE STALK DROUGHT-RAVAGED SOMALIA AS AID BEGINS TO FLOW
PEOPLE 3637
PEOPLE

PEOPLE

He calls her "Squidgy" and declares his love, she calls him "darling" and complains that her husband makes her life "torture," and the British tabloids are calling it another royal scandal. The furor erupted when the racy Sun newspaper, a chronicler of difficulties in the marriage of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Prince Charles, published the transcript of a mobilephone conversation that it claimed a ham-radio operator had taped between Diana and marketing executive James Gilbey.
CANADA 1892 3839
SPECIAL REPORT

CANADA 1892

PLACE-NAMES ON THE MAP DENOTED NOTJUSTFELLED TREES, BUT SETTLEMENTS ALIVE WITH THE NOISE AND SWEAT OF COMMERCE
LETTERS 66a
LETTERS

LETTERS

This issue was, in my opinion, appropriately titled “special issue” (“British Columbia,” Cover, Aug. 24). My reaction to the articles and photographs was overwhelmingly emotional. At first, I felt a jealous homesickness for Vancouver Island, where I had spent an all-tooshort three years.
Salinas's Mexican Standoff 3233
BUSINESS

Salinas's Mexican Standoff

Mexico leader is gambling that his people will support free trade
Business Notes 3031
BUSINESS

Business Notes

Air Canada and a group of investors led by Texas businessman David Bonderman offered $480 million for a 49-per-cent interest in Continental Airlines Inc., which has been operating under legal bankruptcy protection since 1990. Meanwhile, Canadian Airlines International Ltd.
Willing and able 4849
SPORTS

Willing and able

Athletes with disabilities compete in Barcelona
LINES OF DEFENCE 3031
BUSINESS

LINES OF DEFENCE

THE PROVINCES ARE RESISTING OTTAWA’S EFFORTS TO KNOCK DOWN TRADE BARRIERS WITHIN CANADA
The right to lie 46d47
JUSTICE

The right to lie

The Supreme Court acquits Ernst Zundel
RUSH TO PASSAGE 1213
CANADA

RUSH TO PASSAGE

OTTAWA AND THE PROVINCES MAKE PLANS FOR A NATIONAL VOTE ON REDRAWING THE NATION
Brian Mulroney as the new Macdonald 3637
BUSINESS WATCH

Brian Mulroney as the new Macdonald

It took Vicky Maclean of The Edmonton Sun to point out the obvious. In her column following the conclusion of the recent Ottawa constitutional talks, she identified the negotiator who had carried the day. “Like it or not,” she wrote, “if this deal is approved by the people of Canada, Brian Mulroney will go down in history as one of our most important prime ministers.
‘BAKE’ TAKES THE HELM 1617
WORLD

‘BAKE’ TAKES THE HELM

JAMES BAKER IS CHARTING A NEW COURSE FOR THE RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN OF GEORGE BUSH
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