June 29, 1981

THEATRE

Return of the prophet

BUSINESS

Economies of scale in a minor key

PEOPLE

Return of the prophet 4849
THEATRE

Return of the prophet

Canadian theatre's enfant terrible keeps the lid off Stratford
Economies of scale in a minor key 3435
BUSINESS

Economies of scale in a minor key

Maclean’s Panel of Economists predicts a continued squeeze
PEOPLE 3233

PEOPLE

Andrée Pelletier, the Montreal actress acclaimed for her role as the randy housewife in The Handyman, has decided to turn her back on a beckoning Hollywood and write her own Canadian films. Although actor Richard Dreyfuss invited her to audition for his next movie, Whose Life Is It Anyway?,
LETTERS 45

LETTERS

The world was once outraged by pictures of bodies stacked in concentration camps (El Salvador: Under the Volcano, Cover, June 15). However since Vietnam the endless display of the dead has degraded our perspective. Bodies are now called guerrillas, freedom fighters, leftists, rightists, victims or the morning roundup.
Just one room at the top 3839
SPORTS

Just one room at the top

Willie Wood is the only black head coach in pro football
Pouring a new mould for world aid 1415
FOLLOW-UP

Pouring a new mould for world aid

"Returning, there is only one clear, overwhelming thought: gnat against elephant. Your work has been that of a gnat, cleanfaced and valiant, straining at the end of a tug rope against a dysenteric, powerful, starving, self-tortured, awaking, ancient, immensely humane, knowing and surprisingly unembittered elephant.”
On to unfinished business 16d17
CANADA

On to unfinished business

The quest for an industrial strategy: Trudeau wants to outdo Sir John A.
A national treasure in retirement 1213
PROFILE

A national treasure in retirement

A dark-haired nine-year-old boy sat shivering as the sun rose. For three hours he had been watching the dilapidated grey house across the street, waiting to ask the finest fiddler he had ever heard to be his teacher. He crossed the street and sat on the doorstep, where he couldn’t be missed.
Reaping a grim agricultural future 4445
AGRICULTURE

Reaping a grim agricultural future

Canada faces losing its position as one of the world's most agriculturally productive areas
Big guns for little fishes 1819
CANADA

Big guns for little fishes

The midnight mizzle dissolved the searchlight’s narrow beam only a few metres ahead of the Micmac’s outboard as it swept the chill estuary. Squinting against the fine droplets, Frank Martin spent the first half-hour of a morning last week stalking the orange floats supporting his salmon net in the dark waters separating Quebec and New Brunswick where the Restigouche River joins the Baie des Chaleurs.
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