July 27, 1981

COVER

Both a strike and a blow

THIS CANADA

Way station for friendly encounters

PEOPLE

Both a strike and a blow 1617
COVER

Both a strike and a blow

Into the fourth week, that all-too-familiar paralysis of the mail
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THIS CANADA

Way station for friendly encounters

Lloyd and Willa Jones of Thunder Bay operate one of hostelling’s liveliest crossroads
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PEOPLE

Since transplanting themselves last November from east end London, Eng., to a home base in Vancouver, The Villains have stormed the country with an up-tempo cockney calypso version of ska, the musical predecessor to Jamaica’s reggae beat.
An unproven weapon in the war on cancer 1213
FOLLOW-UP

An unproven weapon in the war on cancer

Scientists put a damper on high hopes for interferon
Hoping for a bigger splash 3637
SPORTS

Hoping for a bigger splash

Canada's swimmers will have to improve to test the Soviets and West Germans
Poland chooses its path 2829
WORLD

Poland chooses its path

In its first brush with democracy, Poland’s Party Congress opted for reform
A vexing quest for art-room hazards 4243
CONSUMERISM

A vexing quest for art-room hazards

Worried about unseen dangers in classroom art supplies, teachers call for action
Doctors take on impotence 4243
MEDICINE

Doctors take on impotence

No longer are all sufferers viewed as psychiatric cases
The care and feeding of art 2223
CANADA

The care and feeding of art

When Robert McMichael, 59, resigned as director of the McMichael Canadian Collection of art at Kleinburg, Ont., last November, he and his wife, Signe, appeared to be at the zenith of a long, gorgeous and particularly Canadian dream.
The quiet radical 1819

The quiet radical

Jean-Claude Parrot—leader of one of the country’s most militant unions—is an unlikely radical. He is small, quiet-spoken, pleasant, almost unassuming—a man far more concerned with the minutiae of contract negotiations than with ideological warfare or personal vengeance.
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