WHEN HE WALKS down Bay Street. Toronto, the midway of Canadian finance, Samuel Jacob Zacks attracts little attention. He is a short, chunky, fifty-five-year-old man who looks as if he might have done fairly well out of a small wholesale business.By MCKENZIE PORTER19 min
THIS YEAR, fifteen or twenty men and women in Metropolitan Toronto will commit murder. They will vary greatly in age, social position, intelligence and motive. Most of them will be ordinary citizens, without a previous criminal record, driven by powerful emotions.By CHIEF JAMES MACKEY17 min
IT HAS TAKEN ME almost nine years to become a part of Canada, and I imagine that this (to quote an expression once unfamiliar to me) is par for the course. There are some who do it in three or four years. There are others who take nineteen or twenty.By Marika Robert17 min
PARIS A FEW WEEKS AGO the frightening, hopeful, enigmatic man named Charles de Gaulle made another of the stubborn, one - man decisions for which he has been famous, feared and loved through the last twenty-five years of Western history. He exploded an atomic bomb in the Sahara Desert.By BLAIR FRASER16 min
"There ought to be a law against TV westerns," this Canadian star of Stratford, Broadway and Hollywood once declared. Now he's headin' 'em off at the pass and claiming Bonanza’s Ben Cartwright isn't so different from Brutus after allBy LORNE GREENE15 min
“I am not a person but a Power,” said the scraggly-bearded little man in the yellow robe. And the gullible widows and businessmen who followed him to his B.C. island retreat paid dearly for their follyBy Howard O'Hagan15 min
HAVE GERMS Already Made The H-Bomb Obsolete? by C. Knowlton Nash (March 26). is frightening and shocking. The same amount of unified thinking on a plan for peace would surely come up with something constructive. I would like to see a movement started to send four young people from each county or municipality in Canada to all the far eastern countries including Russia and China and stay there a year, learning the language and living with their counterparts.
More than once, I have contended that London is an overgrown village, whereas Montreal and Toronto can claim the status of metropolises. When it was announced that Princess Margaret had become engaged to Mr. Armstrong - Jones we felt in London as if she was one of the family and that somehow the event was personal to all of us.By BEVERLEY BAXTER6 min
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