July 28, 1997

MOUNTIE MISERY 1011
Canada

MOUNTIE MISERY

Fighting White-collar crime, the RCMP can no longer get its man
MURDER IN MIAMI 2223
CRIME

MURDER IN MIAMI

Police accuse a gay gigolo of killing designer Gianni Versace
A campus divided 4243
Education

A campus divided

Disturbing new allegations rock Simon Fraser
Front and centre stage 4849
Music

Front and centre stage

Sarah McLachlan's Lilith Fair celebrates women, music and life
Dangerous territory 1819
Canada

Dangerous territory

The premiers prepare to tackle national unity
Passport to profit 3233
Business

Passport to profit

Summer heralds a boom in the tourism trade
Radical responses 4647
Health

Radical responses

Breast cancer activists challenge the traditional treatments
The Mail 45
The Mail

The Mail

Immortality, or at least greatly extended life, is not only unattainable, but undesirable (“Forever young,” Cover, July 14). What sort of immediacy does a person who knows they will live a long time experience? Will we get more out of life knowing that we can squeeze experiences in some time later?
Opening Notes 89
Opening Notes

Opening Notes

For three days every August, during the Abbotsford Air Show, the skies above the Fraser River Valley town reverberate with the rumble and roar of dozens of aircraft. This year, one of the biggest draws will likely be something that cannot even leave the runway—a full-scale replica of the legendary Avro Arrow, the Canadian-designed jet fighter that John Diefenbaker’s government killed in 1959.
Why the Somalia report failed to shock 67
Another View

Why the Somalia report failed to shock

Canadians need to rediscover their lost idealism, and to convince young people that public service is an honorable calling
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