Buying squatting room on the backs of native fish trucks, the tramp from Toronto followed the rivers from the Sahara’s edge to the sea. Then he began his malarial trek through the jungle to AccraBy PETER STOLLERY25 min
In a classic proxy battle, raiders ousted Robert Morse I, 11 and III from their multi-million-dollar U. S. company three years ago. Here's how Robert 111 is hitting back from CanadaBy McKenzie Porter18 min
now tediously well-to-do in Toronto, recalls somne of the snows of yesteryear. The girl from Winnipeg who kept a monkey has gone home, and the one with the orange hair has married a dentist. As for the girl from Cambridge who wanted a companion to walk with her to India . .By MORDECAI RICHLER16 min
They can’t read and write well enough to hold most jobs, and they can’t learn because in all Canada there is no school for them. Their personal tragedy is beginning to make Canada an also-ran among industrial nationsBy BARBARA MOON16 min
Already four out of five Canadian schoolchildren lack treatment for open cavities, and their general health is suffering. But to treat them we need three dentists for every one we have now — and fewer dentists than ever are in training. Here’s a report on an unrealized crisis in Canadian public healthBy SIDNEY KATZ15 min
Douglas Fisher, the young CCFer who unseated C. D. Howe, is tough, eloquent, and infuriating to more conventional politicians. Here’s why a backbencher who stands out like a growling grizzly has a dubious future in politicsBy Peter C. Newman11 min
THE MOST EXCITING and encouraging political movement of our time is the growing unity of the “Six” countries of Western Europe — France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg. Canadians, however, have shown little interest. They prefer to dwell on alarming developments, such as the crises in the Congo. Cuba or Laos.By PEYTON V. LYON SAYS10 min
Ken Lefolii’s article, What the end of the gold crisis means (April 8), prompts me to offer a rebuttal of his theories. The terrific demand for gold means that sooner or later the demand will have to be satisfied, and the only way in which that can be accomplished is for the gold-producing countries to produce more gold.
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