March 15, 1943

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Something for George

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SHIPSHAW

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RECONNAISSANCE

Something for George 1011
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Something for George

You’d think that a girl who would risk her neck for a man would be willing to wed him; but Marit had other ideas
SHIPSHAW 1617
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SHIPSHAW

More aluminum for Victory; more power for Canada. The story of a dramatic conquest of nature
RECONNAISSANCE 1819
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RECONNAISSANCE

Plummeted behind enemy lines a great hero is humbled by the greater heroism of Russia s little people
Mitch Hepburn 89
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Mitch Hepburn

What's Mitch going to do next? Nobody knows. Perhaps not even himself. But it is sure to be dramatic, startling. And, dollars to doughnuts, it won't be growing onions
Our Ally BRAZIL 2021
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Our Ally BRAZIL

When Brazil joined the United Nations we got "the bulge on the Axis," added a wealth of resources and another 40,000,000 people to our side
Flower Factory 2021
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Flower Factory

Blooms don’t just "grow" at the great Dale Estate in Brampton, Ont. They are made.
After Mussolini Who? 67
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After Mussolini Who?

Says this writer: "II Duce is tottering. Italy is ripe for revolt, awaits only a leader — and an allied invasion"
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1415
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

Lloyd George Looks Back
Union Station 1213
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Union Station

It isn’t just a depot—It’s a communal centre where the joy of meeting and the sorrow of parting make living drama
Cross-Country 1415
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Cross-Country

THE British Columbia Government has been incubating the largest program of reform ever attempted in this part of the world. This is a political situation worth the nation’s attention for it shows what happens when a Government devoted to private initiative and formed by both Liberal and Conservative Parties is opposed by a Socialist opposition.
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