July 17, 1995

COVER

MAKING MILLIONS

Backpack

BRITTLE BONES

MAKING MILLIONS 2425
COVER

MAKING MILLIONS

Canadian software companies are leaders in a highly competitive global computer market
BRITTLE BONES 3839
Backpack

BRITTLE BONES

A monthly report on personal health, life and leisure
WINNING A MAJOR GAMBLE 2021
WORLD

WINNING A MAJOR GAMBLE

Britain’s prime minister passes a leadership test
LEARNING CURVE 3031
COVER

LEARNING CURVE

At Waterloo, students are taught to solve real business problems
Brutal criminals, or victims? 1617
CANADA

Brutal criminals, or victims?

Critics say Ottawa is slow to review claims of wrongful convictions
THE WEST COAST WAR 1213
CANADA

THE WEST COAST WAR

Canada’s fisheries minister takes aim at Alaska’s fleet
Karla Homolka faces the heat 3637
JUSTICE

Karla Homolka faces the heat

A tough defence lawyer grills the Crown’s star witness against Paul Bernardo
A no to dirty dancing 3435
LIFE

A no to dirty dancing

An ex-stripper leads a campaign to ban ‘lap dancing’ in Ontario’s nightclubs
Damsels and distress 5051
FILMS

Damsels and distress

In three movies, men chase a mother, a creature and a queen
OPENING NOTES 89

OPENING NOTES

Big, tough Eric Lindros, the Philadelphia Flyers centre who was dubbed a future superstar when he was only 14, showed last week that those expectations have weighed heavily on his broad shoulders. The 22-year-old London, Ont., native was all choked up when the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association awarded him the Hart Trophy as the National Hockey League’s most valuable player.
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