August 7, 1995

JUSTICE

Can police protect a witness?

COVER

A troubled nuclear family

COVER

Japan's torments

Can police protect a witness? 3839
JUSTICE

Can police protect a witness?

An informant claims that the RCMP left him out in the cold
A troubled nuclear family 2425
COVER

A troubled nuclear family

THE BIG PROMISE OF ATOMS FOR PEACE CAUSES A COSTLY FALLOUT
Japan's torments 2829
COVER

Japan's torments

THE NATION IS DIVIDED BY ITS HISTORY AND THE HELL OF WAR
Playing for the bomb 2021
COVER

Playing for the bomb

'I am become Death, the shatterer of worlds'
PROTEST POLITICS 1011
CANADA

PROTEST POLITICS

B.C. native bands take to the barricades to push their cause
FOR FUN AND PROFIT 3233
BUSINESS

FOR FUN AND PROFIT

Tourism is booming in Canada
UPPING THE ANTE 1617
WORLD

UPPING THE ANTE

The U.S. Senate votes to end the arms embargo and threatens the Bosnia mission
OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

It will feature more than 30 Canadian acts performing over three days. And it is expected to attract up to 40,000 fans each day—including the 12,000 or so who will be camping out at the concert site over night. As a result, the organizers of Big Sky—being held Aug. 5 to 7 on a ranch near High River, 45 km south of Calgary, to celebrate the 325th anniversary of the Hudson’s Bay Co.—are laying in supplies.
Fresh air, big bucks— but is golf a sport? 4243
SPORTS WATCH

Fresh air, big bucks— but is golf a sport?

One of the most remarkable aspects of this stunning upsurge in its popularity is that hardly anyone playing the game seems to enjoy it
O-Tooz offers a new spin on health food 3637
THE NATION’S BUSINESS

O-Tooz offers a new spin on health food

‘Our yogurt comes in a Double Dutch flavor with real chocolate. I don’t think you have to wear a hair shirt to eat healthy food.’
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