Once a lumber camp, then a market town and now a mecca for big-time industry, Peterborough is a bustling city set in a natural playground that teems with fish and game and touristsBy FREDERICK EDWARDS15 min
AS THIS issue of Maclean's goes to press, it is apparent that a showdown is near in the matter of the deliberately engineered slowdown of production in the coal mines of Cape Breton That slowdown, which has gone on for months, has deprived Canada’s war machinery of 500,000 tons of coal.
ONE operatives, OF our a Winnipeg ponderable fellow but quickwitted withal, was somewhat fascinated by a curt advertisement printed in the first position of the Male Help Wanted column of the classified section of the Free Press of his city.
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