May 12, 1997

DEADLY LIAISONS 5253
SPECIAL REPORT

DEADLY LIAISONS

An RCMP informant tells of her life inside a brutal drug ring
RED RIVER COURAGE 1415
COVER

RED RIVER COURAGE

A triumph of heart and spirit in Manitoba
Blair's blowout 3839
World

Blair's blowout

From the kitchen window of his home in northeast England’s former coal country, Tony Blair can gaze out over lush green fields to the hills of Trimdon Grange. Once, Trimdon Grange was an enormous heap of rock and coal piled “20 times higher than the hilltops you see now,” says George Elliott, Blair’s neighbor from just down the lane.
attleground ONTARIO 2627
Canada

attleground ONTARIO

The area known as Lincoln Heights in Waterloo, Ont., is the kind of instantly familiar place that could easily have served as the real-life inspiration for everything from television sitcoms to soap operas depicting life in suburbia. A subdivision built in the 1950s and 60s, its large, detached homes rest on neatly maintained, tree-filled lots.
Diary of a river battle 2223
COVER

Diary of a river battle

For the past three years, Winnipeg novelist Margaret Sweatman (Fox) and composer Glenn Buhr have been living near St. Norbert, three kilometres south of the Floodway. Sweatman worked on the top floor of their three-storey home, Buhr on the bottom level, and the rest was shared with their six children—two hers and four his, from previous marriages.
None of the above 3435
Canada

None of the above

Canadians are disillusioned with politics and impatient over unity
'Do-or-die' time 3232_1
Canada

'Do-or-die' time

Reform fights a rearguard action in its own backyard
Open season 4445
Business

Open season

The CRTC clears the way for war in the phone business
Trail Mix 3031
Canada

Trail Mix

SPOTLIGHT:
Opening Notes 1213
Opening Notes

Opening Notes

Bunking the Cabot crow
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