August 7, 1965

HOW CANADA IS BUILDING (in spite of all you've heard) THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH 89
HOW CANADA IS BUILDING

HOW CANADA IS BUILDING (in spite of all you've heard) THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

PERHAPS IT’S THE EPITOME of Canadian character (or the part of it that deprecates as a matter of course our own talents and capabilities) that while a team of seven hundred experts is busily working to assemble the greatest show on earth, by name Expo 67, many of the other nineteen million Canadians are busily undermining it with gloom-and-doom rumors.

Some people are beginning to like him 1617
The perils of a public grouch:

Some people are beginning to like him

He’s always knocking fluoridation, the Bible, and talking of the money he makes. He’s damned, threatened, called “slob” and worse. But what worries Gordon Sinclair is, enemies he’s worked so hard to make are turning into—ugh—fans
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ALGERIA

where freedom rules with fear

AT MIDNIGHT on July 7, 1962, seven days after Algerian independence, I boarded a France-bound Caravelle at the French base at Ouargla in the Algerian Sahara. I was with eightysix other fortunate people; hundreds of thousands of European refugees made finding transport out of the country almost impossible.
A pill that prolongs the prime of life 67
Medicine's new boon to women:

A pill that prolongs the prime of life

Until recently the terrors and discomforts of middle life were thought to be inescapable. Now tests prove that with two hormones, estrogen and progesterone, they can be avoided. But doctors are divided on the important question: should nature be interfered with?
The WINDSOR 1415
Last of the Grand Hotels

The WINDSOR

It’s all chandeliers and Edwardian disdain for Montreal’s upstart skyscrapers that surround it — a vanishing way of life that attracts royalty and those who like to live as if they were / BY KEN JOHNSTONE
MAILBAG 4243

MAILBAG

I disagree most emphatically with Blair Fraser’s remarks lhat the refusal of entry into Canada of Prof. Mulford Q. Sibley was a blunder of the first magnitude (The Built-in Lie Behind Our Search For Immigrants). I think the immigration authorities did a good job.
The hard-boiled mutiny 2223

The hard-boiled mutiny

There they were... three of the most beautiful, desirable visions wartime seamen could imagine. And there we were, Canadian sailors of the king, hatching up
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How to eat the scenery

The lush New Brunswick country side has supplied Jack Humphrey's paintings-and his table-with subjects critics and collectors have come to acclaim. But there was a time when his only reward for dedication to his art was a hear-meat diet
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MACLEAN’S REVIEWS

SEX AND POLITICS AT THE BERLIN FILMFEST

THE BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL will never have the glamour of Cannes: no beach, and therefore no starlets waving their sun-hued flesh at the photographers. And Berlin is a serious northern city, a place obsessed with politics, that belongs really only to the dwindling generation of people who remember the war.
ARGUMENT 4849

ARGUMENT

RALPH HEDLIN proposes a battle plan for the war on poverty: pay farmers to get off the land
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