July 19, 2004

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Cover

CAN SCIENCE GIVE YOU A BETTER SEX LIFE

Two in five women may be sexually dysfunctional. That’s either an epidemic—or a manufactured problem.
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Politics

SAVING DEMOCRACY

The recent federal election featured the lowest voter turnout yet. St’s a call to action,
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THEMAIL

I just picked up your June 21 edition and could not believe the cover, which had a photo of Paul Martin and a caption that said “Going, going . . . gone.” You guys look pretty stupid now. I thought the news was just to give people the facts. Now that the Liberals won, your credibility as a national magazine is out the window.
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Q&A

‘I JUST BECAME THIS CAR NUT’

A record-setting long-distance driver talks about his life on the road
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Sports

FRESH FROM THE FARM

The Blue Jays are pinning their hopes on developing minor-leaguers
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Letter from Trieste

A REAL GRIND

Vancouver's Sammy Piccolo recently won silver at the World Barista Championship. STEVE BURGESS reports on the making of a coffee champion.
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Business

PLYING THE PIRATES

Now that even Napster has gone legit, will the music industry stop picking fights withans and embrace the Net?
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Film

A TOUCH OF CLASS

Kyle MacLachlan channels Cary Grant via Canada in a dazzling comic romance
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History

UNBROKEN RECORD

Canada’s 1928 Olympic women’s track and field team won the most ever medals
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Column

AND THE LIVING IS QUEASY

It may be summer, but when the Fed sneezes the world can catch a cold
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