The 1983 stabbing death of Erin Gilmour—a 22-year-old with a bright future—rocked Toronto. Thirty years later, her family still hopes her murder will be avenged.>>
What's online from the Reader's Digest January 2012 issue
Check out these bonus online features, as mentioned in the January 2012 edition of Reader's Digest.
The Working Mom's Handbook
Sarah Jessica Parker has the career mom life down-pat in the new hit movie, I Don't Know How She Does It. Find out how you can achieve the same balance in your life.
7 Foods for Fighting Pain
Tired of taking too many pills? Find out which unlikely foods can actually help reduce some common problems.
The World's 10 Most Exclusive Private Islands
Explore the luxurious world of the rich and famous with these outrageously expensive island retreats.
10 Things You Didn't Know About Cats
Think you know cats? Get the scoop on some truly surprising feline facts.
5 More Things To Do with Bleach
Take this common household cleaner and put it to work with these practical ideas.
10 Recommended Adult Vaccines
Yes - adults need vaccines, too. Find out which ones can save your life.
6 Common Dog Questions Answered
Perplexed by your pooch? Take a look at the answers to these common dog questions.
Stretches to Do at Work
Gain flexablity while sitting at your desk with these in-office stretching techniques.
3 Ways to Avoid Travel Scams
Keep these additional tips in mind to prevent scams the next time you travel.
4 Steps to Finding the Right Financial Advisor For You
Check out these tips to find the right financial advisor for you.
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My Story: Insult to Injury
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The RD Interview - Olivia Chow: Life After Jack
See annotated outtakes from Reader's Digest's exclusive photo shoot with Olivia Chow.
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Inside the January 2011 Edition
- The RD Interview: Life After Jack: Olivia Chow on love, politics and the art of whistling.
- Medical Breakthroughs 2012: Canada's most clever, unexpected and significant advances of the year.
- Nonprofit Predators: Fraud: The dirty secret threatening nonprofits across the country.
- Quick Study: Champagne: There was a time when bubbly was considered low quality. Let's raise a glass to progress.
- Dataville: A dot-com entrepreneur turns a Cold War bunker into a high-tech haven.
- Visual Aids: Behind the canvas with the winners of the RBC Canadian Painting Competition.
- Editor's Choice: Blood Brothers: In 1984 an Iranian soldier saves his enemy's life on the battlefield. Twenty years later in Vancouver, the favour is repaid.
When an apartment block inexplicably goes up in smoke or a hiker gets lost in the wilderness, officers often turn to top-notch forensic technology. But there’s still no substitute for the duo of a well-trained dog and dedicated handler.>>
An end-of-summer swim put Sam Paulos in the hospital, fighting for his life. His staunchest ally: his new girlfriend, Gayle.>>
The man saw a little girl struggling in the icy water, beyond his reach. He shouted to his dog, "Rocky, go get the girl!">>
From bands to baths and beyond, Marni Jackson and Brian D. Johnson tell the story of when they first met.>>
Love is in the air. These essays explore dating, heartbreak and chance encounters.>>
Over the past three years, Andrew and Dani McLane shed a combined 300-plus pounds. Exercise and eating right were paramount, but it was their relationship—even as it grew more complicated—that kept them going.>>