January 9, 1989

THE BOMBING OF FLIGHT 103 1819
WORLD

THE BOMBING OF FLIGHT 103

INVESTIGATION OF THE WRECKAGE SPARKS A WORLD WIDE POLICE SEARCH FOR TERRORISTS
POLICE UNDER FIRE 3031
COVER

POLICE UNDER FIRE

THERE IS A PAINFUL REASSESSMENT OF RELATIONS BETWEEN POLICE AND THE PEOPLE THEY SERVE
A DIFFICULT JOB TO TAKE HOME 3637
COVER

A DIFFICULT JOB TO TAKE HOME

WHY MANY POLICE MARRIAGES FAIL
Intimate stories 4445
FILMS

Intimate stories

A crop of movies that marry comedy and drama
The rookies on the hill 1415
CANADA

The rookies on the hill

New MPs emerge from a tough first round
PATROLLING THE NIGHT 3435
COVER

PATROLLING THE NIGHT

IN PURSUIT OF PROWLERS AND PIMPS
BRAVE NEW WORLD 1213
CANADA

BRAVE NEW WORLD

WITH THE FREE TRADE AGREEMENT NOW IN EFFECT, CANADIANS HAVE TO LEARN HOW TO LIVE WITH IT
POSTPONED PLEASURES 2425
BUSINESS

POSTPONED PLEASURES

THE OVER-50s ARE SPENDING FREELY ON FUN, AND NOW THE MARKETPLACE IS BEGINNING TO TAKE NOTICE
We’re number 1 in language debates 3839
ANOTHER VIEW

We’re number 1 in language debates

Could a premier who had the misfortune of being short invoke the notwithstandingon-tiptoe clause?
OPENING NOTES 89

OPENING NOTES

Moshe Safdie challenges a contract, Richard Hatfield considers a job offer, and George Bush courts his cabinet
New brooms against deadly weapons 2829
BUSINESS WATCH

New brooms against deadly weapons

Initiatives to sweep warlike implements out of our harbors and sea-lanes should get priority attention
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