Canadian scientists have turned the deadly atom into a dynamic healer. Three hundred times more powerful than radium and six thousand times cheaper, radioactive cobalt looks like our best bet yet in the war against cancer. And only Canada is equipped to produce itBy ERIC HUTTON19 min
New Brunswick’s capital is the kind of place a man can fall in love with at first sight. And very soon h’s eating fiddleheads, angling for salmon in the St. John, or even writing verses and stopping to chat with Lord BeaverhrookBy IAN SCLANDERS17 min
For five years Canada stalled on immigration and lost thousands of desirable citizens to Australia. Now our gates are open but our most adaptable settler, the British family man, finds it hardest to get inBy FRED BODSWORTH16 min
As soon as he moved to the country Bob was surrounded, and for years now he’s been battling little enemies that fly, creep and sometimes defeat him by just going “squeek” at three in the morningBy ROBERT THOMAS ALLEN13 min
How would you like to always find a parking space when you want it, get an empty table in a restaurant and quick service in half-empty shops, enjoy first-class holidays at third-rate prices? It’s all yours if you’ll take this advice for easier livingBy JAMES DUGAN12 min
A WINTER sun is shining sharply on a snowless Park Avenue, which is exactly sixteen stories below this apartment in which I am writing. From my lofty pinnacle I can see the skyscrapers standing sentinel against the encroachment of the river which is gleaming like slightly tarnished silver.By Beverley Baxter11 min
WHEN the British Columbia Government blew up last month it marked the end of an experiment in Canadian politics. It’s an experiment sometimes urged upon Ottawa— coalition of the “free enterprise” parties against socialism. But last month, after eleven years, the B. C. coalition arranged its own suicide when Premier Byron Johnson fired Herbert Anscomb, Finance Minister and Progressive Conservative leader, for flouting the cabinet.By BLAIR FRASER9 min
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