August 25, 1962

THE NEW LOOK OF A TURBULENT SECT 89
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES:

THE NEW LOOK OF A TURBULENT SECT

Once mobbed and jailed, the Witnesses now are tolerated even in Quebec. They no longer need the glamour of martyrdom to win converts to a sect that takes the Bible literally and believes only Witnesses will survive Armageddon
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THE GAINS AND LOSSES OF A MIDWAY AGENT

THIS IS THE MIDWAY of the Canadian National Exhibition as only the people who work there can know it, or any other carnival midway. To them, it is fifteen days of heat, noise, dirt, bad food, weariness and an inexhaustible variety of human faces.
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TIGER DUNLOP ESQ.

King of Canada's wild fronfier
CITY MAN’S DIARY ON AN ESKIMO SEAL HUNT 2021

CITY MAN’S DIARY ON AN ESKIMO SEAL HUNT

A lawyer from New England and a writer from Winnipeg were the first tourists ever to join the Hudson Bay Eskimos in their spring drive for fresh seal meat. Here's what it was like and why any white hunter with $800 will be able to do it next year
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TERESA STRATAS

AN OPERA STARLET ON THE MIDWAY

Can a lyrico-spinto soprano succeed where famous comedians have flopped ? Teresa Stratas will try in Canada’s biggest show
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MACLEAN'S REPORTS

Argument: two views of the Bomarc issue

Last month, in a Maclean's article, Paul Simon cast doubt on the wisdom of the government’s proposed use of nuclear warheads on Bomarc missiles. Simon argued that this might, in a war, increase nuclear devastation in Canada. Douglas S. Harkness, the minister of defense, has replied to Simon’s article.
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A BOY IN A LEG BRACE GOES TO CAMP

There are twelve camps for 4,500 crippled children in Canada. Ricky Logan went to one this summer and, for two weeks, he went swimming, played baseball, camped out, forgot his brace — and came up for more
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MACLEAN'S REVIEWS

THIS FORTNIGHT

The conspiracy that supports the crown
The crime that cost Coyne his job also condemned Selwyn Lloyd 23
MACLEAN'S REPORTS

The crime that cost Coyne his job also condemned Selwyn Lloyd

AT A COCKTAIL PARTY in London the other day two Canadians were talking politics when an English friend joined them. “I’ve been overhearing you,” he said, “but I can’t tell whether you’re talking about your own government or ours.” This may be the first time since Confederation, and it's certainly the first time since the 1920s, that such a remark could make sense, but it’s true the resemblances are striking enough to provide an amusing parlor game for political gossips.
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