July 18, 1959

THE UNKNOWN YEARS OF Stephen Leacock Conclusion 2627
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THE UNKNOWN YEARS OF Stephen Leacock Conclusion

At boarding school, as the gangling “head of the family,” dabbling in the writings that would later bring him world fame, as a young man in love—these were
How Consumers Union guards your shopping dollar 1213
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How Consumers Union guards your shopping dollar

Half private detective, half wary housewife, a controversial group of product testers keeps manufacturers on their toes and tells nearly a million North Americans how to get value for their money
ARE NEW CANADIANS HURTING CANADA? 1819
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ARE NEW CANADIANS HURTING CANADA?

Many native-born Canadians are accusing immigrants of snatching jobs, weakening unions, lowering work and housing standards and creating “ghettos.” Are their charges justified?
The beauty who became a brain 1617

The beauty who became a brain

Until she became a panelist on TV’s Front Page Challenge, Toby Robins hadn’t even noticed that newspapers have front pages. Now, thanks to a System and her little red book, she outwits some of the nation’s top newshounds
How long can Bud Grant keep the Bombers flying? 4041

How long can Bud Grant keep the Bombers flying?

tackle. During Grant's term as a player for the Bombers — from 1953 through 1956. after two seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League—he and Leake and Canakes and their wives spent many a social hour together. To make his decision more unpalatable last season, Grant knew that Mrs. Leake had remained home in the States to have a baby.
HAMILTON’S MARVELOUS MOUNTAIN 2021
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HAMILTON’S MARVELOUS MOUNTAIN

Outsiders snicker at its mere 360-foot escarpment and jeer at its very name. But to Hamiltonians it’s THE Mountain, and they worship it with an almost inexplicable passion
“The New Canadians' case against us" 1819
AN “OLD CANADIAN” ASSESSES

“The New Canadians' case against us"

Living in a province to which half of Canada’s postwar immigrants have come, and in a city that has absorbed nearly one quarter of the total, I am greatly aware of the differences that mark the ethnic boundary between the native Anglo-Saxon and the immigrant.
Why did The Times knife Selwyn Lloyd? 1011
London Letter

Why did The Times knife Selwyn Lloyd?

The Times of London is a very important newspaper even though it has not nearly as many pages as its New York namesake. It does not operate primarily for anyone’s personal profit and indeed is owned by a trust presided over by Viscount Astor.
What industry needs most: rough, tough competition 89
For the sake of argument

What industry needs most: rough, tough competition

In the last ten years, during which I have been responsible for Germany's economic policy, I have very often been asked my reasons for clinging so stubbornly to the opinion that free enterprise is the only right principle for the economy.
THE CBC AT BAY A helping hand from its worst enemies 23
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

THE CBC AT BAY A helping hand from its worst enemies

WHEN the situation in the CBC finally broke wide open in June, it was a surprise in more ways than one. Ironically, the internal blow-up and the mass resignations came at a moment when, for the first time, it began to look as If the CBC might gel by the Commons Broadcasting Committee with a whole skin.
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