“Contents,” New Era, Oct. 1996 New Era October 1996 Volume 26, Number 10 Contents Special Issue: O Canada The Message: On Eagles’ WingsElder Alexander B. MorrisonWant your future to be as great as your potential? Here are some suggestions. How I Know: The Power Is RealPeter PomartI was a priest, ordaining a teacher. I felt inadequate until I felt the priesthood’s real power. Everyday Heroes: All SmilesLaury LivseyLindsay Schoen gives up her summers to turn children’s tears to smiles. Q&A: Questions and AnswersI live in a remote area, my parents aren’t very active, and I have trouble getting to my meetings. How can I feel more involved? Mormonad: Save Your Life All Are Welcome Hereby the New Era staffMeet some of the LDS youth who make Canada such a great place. Back AgainDebbie ShortI was looking for my testimony in the right place, but using the wrong method. I RememberRichard M. RomneyIn Quebec they say Je me souviens. And these LDS youth live up to it. FYI: For Your Info Fiction: Sink or SwimAdrian Robert GostickHow could he guide his friend into the Church when he wasn’t sure he wanted to be there himself? In Tune: In Days of Old Jenny W. Francis Friends ForeverLisa M. GroverBryce’s LDS friends helped teach him about the Church. Now he’s teaching them about faith and courage. Mormonisms My Own WitnessKalie HattThe struggle to remain worthy really paid off that day in the temple. FeedbackLetters to the editors Poem: After a Cold SnapAnnette Woodruff Photo of the MonthDwayne Hawryluk Cover: Léa Dussault, 15, of the Hawkesbury Branch in Quebec, is just one of the terrific Canadian youth you’ll meet in this special issue. See “I Remember,” p. 28. Cover photography: Richard M. Romney (front), Bryant Livingston (back).