June 7, 2004

THE MAIL 89

THE MAIL

I was thrilled to see Sue Johanson on the cover of your magazine (“Sex, Sue & celebrity,” Cover, May 17). She is indeed an icon of a generation—my generation. I’m 31 now and I watched her on television when I was a teenager (in the rec room with the volume turned way down so my parents wouldn’t hear) and I watch her now with my partner.
WHAT WOULD YOU DIE FOR? 3435
Cover

WHAT WOULD YOU DIE FOR?

Freedom? Democracy? Sixty years after D-Day, writes JONATHON ATEHOUSE, we're no longer warriors—and see few 'just wars.'
STREETS OF FIRE 3031
Ten Lost Years

STREETS OF FIRE

Crime may be declining elsewhere in Canada, writes CHARLIE GILLIS, but violence burdens the troubled Toronto neighbourhood where Omar Hortley was gunned down
A CANNES SCRAPBOOK 5253
Film

A CANNES SCRAPBOOK

Politics trumped glamour as America invaded the annual rite on the Riviera,
MARTINIZING THE MESSAGE 2223
Campaign 2004

MARTINIZING THE MESSAGE

The Grits are in trouble, but Canadians still like the PM. Will that be enough to help the party, asks JOHN GEDDES.
LANG’S LOVE LETTER 48b49
Music

LANG’S LOVE LETTER

She’s paying tribute to classic Canuck songs
JAROME AND THE RED ‘C’ 4647
Hockey

JAROME AND THE RED ‘C’

Strong, speedy—even modest—captain Jarome iginia leads the Flames in their unlikely Cup quest
‘EVERYONE WAS GUNG-HO’ 3637
Cover

‘EVERYONE WAS GUNG-HO’

Total darkness, great explosions, blinking lights— weeping Frenchmen
LIGHTEN UP! 2627
Campaign 2004

LIGHTEN UP!

How uncomfortable is the Conservatives’ Stephen Harper at a political gathering? It’s like watching a small child approach a plate of spinach, reports PAUL WELLS,
BAD NEWS HIDING THE GOOD 32p33
Column

BAD NEWS HIDING THE GOOD

The headlines are scary, but the economic fundamentals are sound
May 242004 June 142004