March 31, 1997

Canada/COVER

MURDER MYSTERIES

Canada/SPECIAL REPORT

STAYING ALIVE

WORLD

A challenge in the streets

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Canada/COVER

MURDER MYSTERIES

Eugene Uyeyama appeared to have it all. After 12 years, the woman of his dreams had finally said “yes,” and married him. He and his new bride, Michele, had just returned from a luxurious two-week Caribbean cruise, and were looking forward to their first Christmas as husband and wife.
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Canada/SPECIAL REPORT

STAYING ALIVE

Meet Dr. Keith Martin, a man who admits that his closest friends consider him “absolutely, completely nuts.” Four years ago, Martin, a then-32-year-old physician, relished his thriving medical practice in Victoria and six-figure income, and found added fulfilment in such activities as occasional trips to a war-torn part of Africa to work in a field hospital.
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WORLD

A challenge in the streets

Gold comes in two forms in the wedding cake town of Baden-Baden, perched on the edge of Germany’s Black Forest in the Rhine River valley. There is the scalding, mineral-laced water that explodes out of the earth and trickles back down the mountainside into tiled spas, to be marketed as an elixir for aches and ailments.
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The Mail

Megacity questions
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Sports

Making their pitch

Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg, spring home of the St. Louis Cardinals, is one of the prettier Florida ball parks, especially when it is sunny and 28° C, with a breeze tousling the palm fronds beyond the outfield fences. But neither the weather nor the pleasant view of Tampa Bay were what brought hundreds of fans out early to watch batting practice.
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BUSINESS

Vultures closing in

Eaton's creditors may decide the empire's ultimate fate
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World

Major's last stand

Elections, some people say, are tough and gruelling businesses,” declared Tory Prime Minister John Major, standing in warm spring sunshine outside 10 Downing Street last week as he kicked off what will be Britain’s longest general election campaign in 70 years.
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SPORTS

Elvis reigns again

Among elite-level skaters, Stojko has always been a little bit different. First, there are his unskaterly pastimes—riding dirt bikes and earning a black belt in karate. Then there is his skating, which has often been criticized for sacrificing artistry to jumpingjack athleticism.
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Opening Notes

Opening Notes

Hyped for His Holiness
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The Nation’s Business

Upsetting Chrétien's electoral applecart

The election isn’t going to be the cakewalk Jean Chretien’s troops hoped it would be. The voters’ bitchy mood and the determination of four opposition leaders to make their presence felt could even reduce the Liberals to a minority mandate.
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