September 1, 1942

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FEET OF VICTORY

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Helter, Skelter, Sapphira

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MANPOWER

FEET OF VICTORY 1617
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FEET OF VICTORY

Simon Brekke, shoemaker of Ange, proves there are stronger weapons than guns or bombs for thwarting an enemy
Helter, Skelter, Sapphira 89
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Helter, Skelter, Sapphira

Enter Aunt Calla—and a well-disorganized family goes all to the cats and dogs
MANPOWER 45
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MANPOWER

Canada needs 250,000 more warworkers and fighting men by Christmas. Where to get them—and where to place them —is our No. 1 War Worry
Back Door to Alaska 1213
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Back Door to Alaska

Whitehorse has again taken its place in the midnight sun; but it's war—not gold—which now brings planes and men to the Yukon
Photos By Karsh 1819
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Photos By Karsh

He made McNaughton do a route march and took Churchill’s cigar right out of his mouth. This photographer is a lion tamer
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1011
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

Into the Fourth Year
From Tobruk to Tomorrow 1819
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From Tobruk to Tomorrow

"The people . . . protest too little and therefore suffer for leadership which is often unworthy of them"
Backstage at Ottawa 1415
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Backstage at Ottawa

LOOKING back at one of the longest parliamentary sessions in Canadian history, it is to be hoped that the eleventh-hour suggestions of C.C.F. Leader M. J. Coldwell and R. W. Gladstone, Liberal member for Wellington South, for a drastic overhauling and improvement in parliamentary procedure and practice bear some fruit.
Against the Clock 1415
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Against the Clock

Torpedoed, alone with the grey sea, there was still an enemy he could lick!
Keep 'Em Happy 1011
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Keep 'Em Happy

Country-club fun goes with a job at this munitions plant. Movies, sports and parties combat those twin saboteurs —monotony and boredom
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