September 27, 1958

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BACKSTAGE

AT OTTAWA WITH BLAIR FRASER

What’s at stake in the commonwealth trade talks
KLONDIKE! The strangest gold rush in history 2425

KLONDIKE! The strangest gold rush in history

By the winter of 1897-98 one hundred thousand men endured agony and often death to pass the icebound approaches to the Klondike. Gold had never pitched men’s passions so high, and it never will again
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BACKSTAGE WITH CANADA’S AIR DEFENSE

How good is our radar warning? Here are hits and misses
Is the UNITED APPEAL too bigor big enough? 1213

Is the UNITED APPEAL too bigor big enough?

Next month Canadians will give more than ever before to community chests. Behind the efficient fund-raising machines there’ll be some nagging questions. Has charity grown too efficient and impersonal? How many individuals and firms give through fear and business pressure?
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Mailbag

Mailbag

Why the Amish want no part of progress 2021

Why the Amish want no part of progress

In a fertile corner of Ontario six hundred Amish relatives of the Pennsylvania Dutch tend their tailored farms without machinery and live by rules laid down in 1525. Envy us? Not at all—and here are their reasons
The streets of Canada: Water Street 1617

The streets of Canada: Water Street

The oldest street on this continent was claimed for Elizabeth I in 1583, sacked three times by invaders, and has no monuments left but epic memories. Yet its power over St. John’s and Newfoundland still stands
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Sweet & sour

Sweet & sour

Contests I qualified for but failed to win
The man behind CANADIAN TV’s MOST FAMOUS FACE 1415

The man behind CANADIAN TV’s MOST FAMOUS FACE

A million Canadians watch Larry Henderson read the news each night at ll. Here’s a backstage look at the ex-Shakespearean who “looks as though he knows more than he’s telling”
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