Beginning the absorbing story of the House of Windsor, which began with the passionate enigma of Victoria and is now headed by her dedicated great-great-granddaughter Elizabeth, whom this year we shall crown QueenBy PIERRE BERTON27 min
William Aberhart had an unquenchable call to preach and the province of Alberta was his pulpit. Now, as his Social Credit Party prepares for its first national campaign, the strange and important story of this strange and important man presents new implications and the same old confusionBy BARBARA MOON27 min
THE CURTAIN at New York City Center Theatre came down on the last strains of the De Banfield music as the red-clad Christian warrior, Tancred, slowly bore from the stage the limp figure of Clorinda, the pagan girl whom he had loved and had unwittingly killed in The Duel.By KEN JOHNSTONE22 min
This is the true story of probably the only man who has fought a grizzly bear with his bare hands and lived to tell the tale. Generally you can approach most of Canada’s wild animals quite safely and they pay no more attention to you than they would to another animal; their tameness is one of the joys of the great national parks of the Canadian Rockies.By COLIN WYATT10 min
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