Sent to France by the ambitious Louis XIV Intendant Jean Talon started Canada's first housing developments, built a shipyard, a Lrewery and a hemp industry and Lroke the power of the lordly Company of WestBy THOMAS B. COSTAIN20 min
They don’t wear scarlet coats or ride horses or stand six feet tall or always get their man ... ... but the story of these quiet men with brief cases is more dramatic than even Hollywood suggestsBy ALAN PHILLIPS20 min
It s a hundred years since judge Thomas Haliburton invented Sam Slick and wrote about him in sleepy little Windsor, N.S. But 20,000 tourists a year still flock to see the place where the sly and rebellious Sam first used such phrases as quick as a wink,” "upper crust” and "raining cats and dogs”By David MacDonald18 min
Dreams of what might have been will come true for the little Alberta town of Pincher Creek when a new pipeline starts feeding the east wit natural gas from Pincher’s near-bottomless piBy ROBERT COLLINS12 min
BECAUSE this letter will appear in the July 1 issue of Maclean’s I want to write as a Canadian living in exile. I would have to be armored by the thickest insensitivity if my years in Britain had made no impression but a man remains the offspring of his native country just as he remains the offspring of his parents.By Beverley Boxter11 min
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