September 23, 1996

COVER

Amazing Atwood

COVER

How the West Was Wounded

Canada

The P.E.I. bomber

Amazing Atwood 4243
COVER

Amazing Atwood

An attractive young woman is charged with murder. She is convicted and receives a lighter sentence than her male accomplice, who is given the maximum penalty. The newspapers enjoy a bonanza, each trying to outdo the other in uncovering every lurid detail of the crime.
How the West Was Wounded 4647
COVER

How the West Was Wounded

An irresistible novel revisits a senseless Saskatchewan massacre
The P.E.I. bomber 1617
Canada

The P.E.I. bomber

A homegrown terrorist eludes a police task force
A Vintage Season for Readers 4849
COVER

A Vintage Season for Readers

After last year’s dismal sales, the book industry has high hopes for this year’s outstanding crop
A messy legacy of radioactive waste 5253
Environment

A messy legacy of radioactive waste

Ottawa Valley residents fight plans for a dump
Starry, starry nights 6263
Films

Starry, starry nights

There were celebrities—and serious movies—aplenty at Toronto’s cinema festival
Raising the stakes 2627
World

Raising the stakes

Clinton and Saddam head for a showdown
Tourist alert 2829
World

Tourist alert

A new rebel group threatens key visitor areas
Where times are tougher 3233
Business

Where times are tougher

Why some Europeans envy Canada
Hockey night in America 5657
Sports

Hockey night in America

Canada’s longtime supremacy slips away
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