TEN THOUSAND British Columbia fishermen are toiling this winter through gales and snow and sleet, sometimes for twenty-four hour stretches, to collect from the increasingly unpacific waters of the Pacific Ocean the equivalent of 1,700,000 cases of canned herring, each case containing forty-eight one-pound cans.By LAWRENCE CRAIG12 min
THOUGH Canada is now at war with six countries—Germany, Italy, Japan, Finland, Roumania and Hungary — Ottawa externally, at least, remains what somebody once called the “quietest capital in Christendom.” No doubt Pearl Harbor and all that has come since, plus a rising tide of demand for compulsory military service, have made an impression on Mr. King and his cabinet, but there are no external signs of drastic reaction to the new crisis.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK8 min
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