Free love! among Montreal’s pink youth? Police spies! in Paris? Red writers’ cells! in London? Now, at last, a young novelist who has brushed against them all lays bare an unsuspected aspect of underground communism—its lighter sideBy MORDECAI RICHLER17 min
At twenty-eight Marcel Dubé is the hottest playwright in French Canada. He's also the least predictable bon vivant in Montreal’s table-hopping set—as dramatic in person as he is on paperBy KEN JOHNSTONE17 min
MOST GOVERNMENT employees stubbornly adhere to the creed that the less you say publicly, the less trouble you get into. A spectacular exception is Alan Hepburn Jarvis, director of the National Gallery of Canada, who passionately insists on saying the unconventional.By Peter C. Newman15 min
For all its top-hatted finery, its haughty jumpers, its big-name stars, the Royal remains as rural as a rail fence and gives the world a down-to-earth look at our farmers in actionBy RICHARD O’HAGAN9 min
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