June 3, 1996

Canada's Next Billio naire 3839
COVER

Canada's Next Billio naire

In the wilds of Labrador, Robert Friedland struck the mother lode. No wonder everybody wants a piece of him.
A place in the sun 5253
Films

A place in the sun

Robert Lantos and Alliance are basking in the big time
Of bad blood and blame 1415
Canada

Of bad blood and blame

A legal battle begins over who is responsible for the HIV infections
The limits of tolerance 2425
World

The limits of tolerance

Holland tightens its easygoing approach to drugs
The high cost of 'dumbsizing' 2829
Business

The high cost of 'dumbsizing'

Has the restructuring wave gone too far?
How much exercise is really enough? 4647
Life

How much exercise is really enough?

There they sat, month after month, unwieldy hunks of plastic and steel, gathering dust and taking up space. Of course, Montrealers Antoinette De Iure and Fiore Egiziano had the best of intentions when they forked out $1,600 for a home gym and Nordic Track last year.
The hidden killers 2223
World

The hidden killers

Canada steps up the fight for a global ban on land mines
Challenging the high price at the pumps 1617
Canada

Challenging the high price at the pumps

Consumers force an inquiry on the gas industry
The Mail 45
The Mail

The Mail

Let me see if I have this education stuff sorted out (“Brave new schools,” Cover, May 20). First, we have provincial governments that blatantly promote a corporate and economic agenda while at the same time withdrawing massive amounts of money from both the education and social systems.
The Horse Network is no longer a joke 1011
Another View

The Horse Network is no longer a joke

There is already lots of TY choice, although there are tiny gaps in such areas as polo and Northern European chess
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