September 21, 1992

THE NAFTA TAPES 1819
SPECIAL REPORT

THE NAFTA TAPES

For the second time in four years, the federal government is facing a major political battle over free trade. Last month, International Trade Minister Michael Wilson signed a new North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with the United States and Mexico, which if ratified would create the world’s largest trading bloc, with 370 million consumers.
HELP FOR THE HEART 4243
COVER

HELP FOR THE HEART

A STUDY LINKING IRON IN BLOOD TO HEART DISEASE OFFERS HOPE FOR DETECTION AND PREVENTION
The costs of power 3233
BUSINESS

The costs of power

Ontario Hydro customers face the consequences
Brave new worlds 5455
FILMS

Brave new worlds

A movie festival thrives on the unexpected
A republic deeply divided 2425
WORLD

A republic deeply divided

Voters face a pivotal referendum on closer European union
RAIN ON A PARADE 2223
WORLD

RAIN ON A PARADE

A CORRUPTION SCANDAL MAY DRIVE BRAZIL'S REFORMING PRESIDENT FROM OFFICE
The big-picture planners 1415
CANADA

The big-picture planners

Political veterans spread the ‘yes’ message
UNITED THEY FLY 3031
BUSINESS

UNITED THEY FLY

THE COURTSHIP OF PWA HAS ENDED IN A CONTROVERSIAL AGREEMENT TO MERGE CANADA’S DOMESTIC AIRLINES
THE LAST DOWN 1213
CANADA

THE LAST DOWN

WHY DONALD GETTY WILL RESIGN AS ALBERTA PREMIER AFTER THE OCT. 26 REFERENDUM ON THE CONSTITUTION
OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

Justifying a country, eyeing a London job, and memories of Maine
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