The former gold medal swimmer uses his big voice to inspire and motivate this year’s crop of Olympians.
The three-time world champion fights for Canada in the 75 Kg class as women’s boxing debuts in London.
Repeat medallist Karen Cockburn jumps for gold at her final Olympics.
Fencer Philippe Beaudry’s father missed out on Moscow when Canada boycotted the 1980 Games. Now his son is living out the Olympic dream.
This week, dive in to three stories of rescue: by a loving girlfriend from a horrific accident, by luck from a dangerous medical condition and by a lawyer from 30 years of false imprisonment.
What does it take to get a clean bill of health in our two-tiered health-care system? Luc Bouchard found out first-hand why being a “patient” patient could be a life-threatening decision.
When a college student smashed his head on a mountain rock in the middle of the wilderness, his chances of surviving were low. To save him, his girlfriend did the impossible.
Falsely implicated in a 1965 murder, Joseph Salvati spent 30 years in prison after being sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole. He was innocent – and the FBI knew it all along.
This week, three different dissapearing stories: a town being metled away by global warming, a troubled young man who vanished without a trace, and ailments being treated through the power of music.
Find the fresh hits and timeless classics you need to enjoy the many musical moods of August.
Sylvester Stallone and company are back to lead off your August new film preview, along with a look at the month’s must-have DVD/Blu-Ray releases.
Adventure, memoirs, fiction, olympic heroics, and more. They’re all here to round off your August literary selection.
New science suggests musical therapy could be a drug-free solution to many common ailments. Can a listen a day really keep the doctor away?
Above the Arctic Circle, global warming is washing a village into the sea. The incredible story of a tiny town’s struggle for survival.
In 2006, a troubled engineering student vanished into the woods following a dispute with co-workers while tree-planting in Ontario. What happened to him? To this day, his family is still searching for the answer.
This week, two incredible stories of survival – from an axe attack to the head and a serial killer’s rampage, plus an inside look at a new approach to helping boys close the gender gap.
Fewer and fewer Canadians males are suceeding at school. Is giving them their own space to move the secret to reversing the troubling trend?
Nearly killed on duty in Afghanistan, Trevor Greene seemed condemned to spend the rest of his days in a coma. Unbreakable determination and his fiancee’s love brought him back to life.
After a serial killer brutally murdered his family, Charlie Otero went from the honour roll to life as a paranoid outlaw. It took 31 years to catch the killer – and for Charlie to heal himself.
Dig in to this week’s great story picks from the Reader’s Digest archives: Commuting for love in the age of recession, a family’s worst nightmare of a child gone missing and a unique approach to accident recovery.