Fred McClement was aviation editor of the Toronto Star and a photographer for TCA when Flight 810 disappeared between Vancouver and Calgary on Dec. 9, 1956. In his dual role he took part in the search and interviewed everyone who knew — or thought he knew — anything about the missing plane.By FRED MCCLEMENT19 min
THE FRENCH AND CATHOLIC PEOPLE of Quebec, in their by-now famous quiet revolution, are changing faster than any group of people on this continent. What they are changing from, as much as anything else, is their consent to domination by the Catholic church and clergy of their schools, their social ideas, and in some ways even their politics.By PETER GZOWSKI16 min
IN ALL THE ARGUMENTS about the Bomarc missile, one point seems to be taken for granted by both sides — the assumption that without a nuclear warhead the Bomarc is as worthless as an unloaded gun and “we might as well use bows and arrows.” To my mind, this is the opposite of the truth.By Paul Simon11 min
LAST SUM MEK nearly a dozen elderly women in Toronto were the victims of a cruel fraud that cost some of them the savings of their lives. They were fleeced by the operators of phony home improvement businesses, who convinced the women that the roofs and exteriors of their houses needed expensive—and completely unnecessary—repairs.By JACK H. BATTEN10 min
As chiropractic methods become more widely understood, there is bound to be increased publicity, which we welcome. However, we have a responsibility to see that the facts presented are accurate and not weighted with obvioush prejudiced opinions (Can you trust a chiropractor with your health? June 2).
The “liberal” movement that Cardinal Léger is leading in the French-Canadian church is already under way among the clergy and laity in the rest of Catholic Canada. Here, the changes are less controversial than they are in Quebec — but no less startlingBy ERIC HUTTON6 min
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