March 19, 1966

OVERLAND FROM SIGNAL HILL TO VICTORIA 2021

OVERLAND FROM SIGNAL HILL TO VICTORIA

A sharply focused view of the kaleidoscopic pattern of a changing nation as seen from the Trans-Canada Highway
We ran away to freedom 1617

We ran away to freedom

Home was a screaming turmoil. So at 16 I became "mother" to two sisters and a brother, and together we escaped across the continent
MAILBAG 6061

MAILBAG

Who needs MPs? / Bruce Kidd on the sports barons
Why Our Antiquated Laws Don't Work 89

Why Our Antiquated Laws Don't Work

A low professor surveys our paper patchwork of puzzles that frustrate justice, and suggests ways to rid ourselves of quill-pen mithods that now woefully fail to serve our jet-age needs
CANADA '66 2627

CANADA '66

MORE CANADIANS—and even more visitors from abroad, mostly the U. S. — will be traveling by car, boat, airplane and train to other provinces and territories in 1966 than in any previous year, according to Canadian Government Travel Bureau predictions.
BUS RIDER’S HOLIDAY 2829

BUS RIDER’S HOLIDAY

Seven instructive (and sometimes relaxing) days touring the St. Lawrence, Montreal, the Laurentians and Muskoka with an expert guide to attend to details
MA MURRAY: THE SALTY SCOURGE OF LILLOOET 1819

MA MURRAY: THE SALTY SCOURGE OF LILLOOET

She is like her paper—as gentle as a shotgun and timid as a muleskinner
AUTUMN SPLENDOR 2829

AUTUMN SPLENDOR

Quiet charm and resplendent colors soothe the urban soul on a Maritimes motor journey
ANY OUTPORT IN A STORM 3233

ANY OUTPORT IN A STORM

The drama of high seas and good comradeship reward travelers who brave the rigors of the tiny steamers serving Newfoundland’s remote communities
Return of the old invincibles 1011

Return of the old invincibles

New pop-culture heroes, Superman and Batman are making millions. But not for Toronto-born Joe Shuster who created Superman and is fighting to get his brainchild back
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