May 28, 1955

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Fiction

NOT THIS AUGUST

With all the world enslaved after this war of the future, the tortured Justin and the saintly Sparhawk struggled to reach the Underground with the secret that might still win back freedom
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Why U.S. tourists are passing up Canana

Many Canadians think Canada’s just one big cash register for free-spending American tourists. But man for man, we spend ten times as much in the U.S. as they spend here. Who’s missing the boat? A writer-traveler looks at both sides of the border and tells
They saved the Pacific coast for Canada 2223
Articles

They saved the Pacific coast for Canada

THE STRUGGLE FOR THE BORDER
THE MORGUE THAT SAILED FROM SPRINGBANK 1819
Articles

THE MORGUE THAT SAILED FROM SPRINGBANK

A MACLEAN'S FLASHBANK
The Hon Porter Of The Parlor Car 1617
Articles

The Hon Porter Of The Parlor Car

Raymond Bourque, Nova Scotian MLA, doesn’t talk politics on the job but he softens up his constituents by fetching their pillows, serving creamed lobster and even dressing their babies
HOE THE TAYLORS THWART THE SAFECRACKERS 2021
Articles

HOE THE TAYLORS THWART THE SAFECRACKERS

With 52-ton doors, steel walls, time locks and built-in “stink bombs" this safe company guards $26 billions of the nation’s valuables. And the best way to get at them is to call a Taylor safecracker
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Articles

The Grave Inequalities in our Separate Schools

Many Canadians think the division of schools on religious grounds should be stamped out. Yet the law guarantees this freedom in five provinces. Paradoxically, only Quebec gives its separate schools a fair share of school taxes. The national result is that two hundred thousand of our children are getting a second-class education in third-rate schoolrooms
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BACKSTAGE At Ottawa

Should They Censor the King Papers?
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LONDON LETTER

Among the Saints and Sinners

THERE IS a club in London called the Saints and Sinners. It was started by a few newspapermen, music-hall comedians and bookmakers. The idea was to hold lunches at irregular intervals and, at Christmas, raise funds for charity. The lunches were held in a sort of smugglers’ room of the Albany Club which is much frequented by gentlemen who make books at race meetings and shout the odds to the innocents.
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Mailbag

Mailbag

Fluoridation: Friends and Foes
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