Editor’s Letter: The Heart of the Story
One moment can change the course of a life. A Labour Day weekend at the cottage, a dip in the
One moment can change the course of a life. A Labour Day weekend at the cottage, a dip in the lake-innocuous circumstances that landed Sam Paulos, a 45-year-old Toronto account executive, in the hospital fighting for survival. Our cover story (“Love in a Time of Trauma”) is a remarkable medical drama with a twist-in the midst of crisis, Paulos discovered love.
We’re proud to bring you powerful human-interest stories in every issue-articles about exceptional Canadians such as Karen Davis (“The Book Club,”), who’s committed to providing the children of Manitoba’s First Nations communities with books. And in this month’s special true crime package, we have a profile of former Halifax cop Tom Martin (“Murder Watch”), who’s trying to bring justice to the families of unsolved murder victims.
The redesign we unveiled last month has prompted many of you to write in, and your feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. It’s our mission to publish the best stories in the country, and that inspires everything we do. Perhaps you’ve noticed our new subscription offers, which capture what makes our magazine unique: a rich reading experience. “We’re inspired by the Reader’s Digest tradition of great storytelling,” says consumer marketing director Melanie Dell’Aniello. “It’s the foundation in building an even stronger connection with our readers.” Let us know if we’re on the right track.