July 8, 1996

The Body Builders 3637
COVER

The Body Builders

Canadians Canadians—women and men— pay the high price of beauty
Criminals between covers 4445
Books

Criminals between covers

Legal eagles, amateur sleuths, cops and killers heat up the bookshelves
Terror and summitry 2223
World

Terror and summitry

A brutal Middle East bombing dominates the G-7 discussions
Forces of good and evil 5051
Films

Forces of good and evil

Millennial dread invades the summer movies
'Bizarre right fro m Day 1' 1415
Canada

'Bizarre right fro m Day 1'

The man who tried to kill Jean Chrétien is found guilty— but not responsible
Down to the wire 2829
Business

Down to the wire

Southam threatens to quit the national news agency
Canadian scenery: the great unifier 1011
Another View

Canadian scenery: the great unifier

Too many of us have never been to Quebec, have never been out of Toronto, or British Columbia
Opening Notes 1213
Opening Notes

Opening Notes

Steve Nash, a point guard from Victoria who was all but ignored by most U.S. college basketball recruiters just four years ago, made Canadian sports history last week. At the NBA draft in East Rutherford, N.J., Nash, a 22-year-old standout with California’s Santa Clara University Broncos, was picked earlier than any other Canadian in the modern era of the NBA.
Four old quarterbacks and the CFL's future 4243
Sports Watch

Four old quarterbacks and the CFL's future

The East is ready to provide the most vivid and entertaining aerial circus since the Ringling Brothers owned one
Glen Clark: the Clyde Wells of the 1990s? 3435
The Nation’s Business

Glen Clark: the Clyde Wells of the 1990s?

B.C.’s new premier may achieve the impossible— making the Newfoundland politician look like a great statesman
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