Visiting Quebec on the 200th anniversary of the "conquest,” an illustrious interpreter of the national scene reports on the"furious ferment”that is"the most important fact in our country todayBy BRUCE HUTCHISON33 min
English-speaking Canadians, puzzled by Quebec politics, often conclude the clergy must be calling the tune. A distinguished historian examines the background and validity of this venerable propositionBy Donald Creighton24 min
Unruffled by centuries of violence and now barely creased by the seaway diggers, our broad avenue to the Atlantic majestically declines to be changed by the peoples whose destiny it has shapedBy HUGH MACLENNAN21 min
With gags often as subtle as meat axes and as broad as the St. Lawrence, French Canadians chop away gleefully at their province’s politics, religion and sex habits. And the deeper the wounds, the louder the guffawsBy KEN LEFOLII16 min
Three years ago, I spent a few months traveling west of Quebec, from Toronto to Vancouver. I met all kinds of people and heard a lot about many topics, one of which I was not investigating: my own province and Mr. Duplessis. During this trip.By ANDRE LAURENDEAU EXAMINES11 min
And she went laughing into the November storm, leaving me alone and in tumult in the doorway of a dark, empty store. I no longer wanted to go home. I wanted to preserve the vague depression vvitlh which the day had begun. The rain hadl thinned out to a drizzle.
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