BEFORE IT DECIDES what weapon, if any, shall replace the Arrow, the government must face a decision of much deeper gravity. The big question in our defense policy has very little to do with the choice of weapons. It is only of secondary importance whether the Arrow is obsolete, whether the DEWline is obsolete, whether our NATO air squadrons and ground battalions are obsolete.
For two centuries the folk of this Nova Scotia-German community have been concocting their own special ambrosia from the fruits of their land and the sea. Now a widely read cookbook and gourmets who’ve been there are telling the world aboutBy FRANKLIN RUSSELL16 min
The hogback in the heart of our greatest metropolis is a year-round kaleidoscope of sylvan beauty— a retreat for poets and lovers— but it splits Montreal up the middle and stifles traffic like a gigantic roadblockBy KEN LEFOLII16 min
For most of his 44 years, this ex-beer waiter, pipe cutter and hobo has thrived in tight corners. And even hockey’s most perilous job—coaching Chicago’s bewildering Black Hawks—hasn’t crushed his resilient spiritBy TRENT FRAYNE16 min
THE JOURNEY: Although it takes a rather vague and sentimentalized view of the clash of ideologies involved in the 1956 Hungarian uprising against Soviet rule, some excellent acting performances and tightening suspense make this romantic drama well worth seeing.By CLYDE GILMOUR3 min
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