August 1, 1948

Fiction

If It's a House You Want

General Articles

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

General Articles

PINK HOME IN THE WEST

If It's a House You Want 89
Fiction

If It's a House You Want

They had to have a home so they could get married and the coach house looked wonderful. But how about the captain who was tougher than Bligh?
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA 1415
General Articles

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

How (gulp) to Pick a Leader
PINK HOME IN THE WEST 45
General Articles

PINK HOME IN THE WEST

After four years of Socialist Government and four more ahead, how Socialist is Saskatchewan?
Down in Mabel’s Room 67
General Articles

Down in Mabel’s Room

From her basement lair in the Chateau Laurier, Mabel Egan rules over room service with a mighty memory, an eagle eye
Creeping Common Sense 1415
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Creeping Common Sense

IF YOU had been in the gallery of the House of Commons when Sir Stafford Cripps brought in his Budget last April you would have seen, sitting to the right of the Chancelor on the Government front bench, two men in morning dress wearing top hats.
Air-nest and the Child Harold 2021
Fiction

Air-nest and the Child Harold

Mr. Dart went fishing for a big trout. Instead, he caught a strange creature chewing bubble gum and weighing forty pounds
Public Phony Number One 1011
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Public Phony Number One

Canada’s most famous yegg regards himself as a daring glamour guy. To the cops he’s a cowardly bum who can’t stay out of jail
The Human Factor 1213
Fiction

The Human Factor

The professor’s absent-mindedness was merely amusing — until someone murdered his wife
Step Up and Meet Minnie the Mummy 1617
General Articles

Step Up and Meet Minnie the Mummy

Half a million folks a year spin the turnstiles of the Royal Ontario Museum to see the oldest show on earth
Union with U.S.: The Battle’s On 5051
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Union with U.S.: The Battle’s On

Canada and the U. S. Many many thanks to Mr. Arthur Lower for “If We Joined the U. S. A.” (June 15). I believe that if every Canadian citizen could have the opportunity to read your article they would certainly be in favor of uniting the two nations; united in arms in wartime and why not in peace . . .?—George Hamel, Hearst, Ont.
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