October 15, 1966

FOR 183 DAYS-SHOWPLACE OF THE WORLD: expo67 1617

FOR 183 DAYS-SHOWPLACE OF THE WORLD: expo67

By 1968, Canada may have a worldwide reputation for doing things properly—and the main reason for this unaccustomed image will be Expo 67. This month, as landscapers manicure a site which carpers said couldn't be ready in time, it's at last possible to glimpse the Fair's final shape.
THE MOUTH THAT ROARS 2425

THE MOUTH THAT ROARS

As the $70,000-a-year master of the crafty art of radio hotline showbusiness, Montreal's Pat Burns hides behind blustery boorishness a fact his livid critics miss: he really cares
GORDIE GOES HOME 1213

GORDIE GOES HOME

THEY WERE ALL THERE, every marching band that mattered in Saskatoon&mash;the Fireman’s Band, the Police Band, the Boys' Pipe Band—all puckering for effect and exchanging cacophonous bleeps and blares as they primed their brasses and woodwinds for the big blow.
HOW TO BAG A GOLDEN GOOSE 12A13A

HOW TO BAG A GOLDEN GOOSE

It will cost $12.50 a pound, but for three whole days the office can't telephone you, the company is top-drawer—and the bar never closes
THE LAND WHERE FEAR LAYS SIEGE 2425

THE LAND WHERE FEAR LAYS SIEGE

Obsessed with racial politics, fearing not only the native majority they suppress, but a government that spies on them even in their homes, white South Africans hope for a miracle to solve the problems of apartheid. Dr. Helen Reid, a Canadian who recently visited South Africa, reports on
CAMERAS FOR HAPPIER HUNTING 2A3A
LEISURE LIVING

CAMERAS FOR HAPPIER HUNTING

THE HUNTER EDGED stealthily through the underbrush toward a buck deer, calmly grazing in a forest clearing. He lifted the rifle butt to his shoulder, and triumphantly drew a bead on the deer. But there was no silence-shattering explosion, no startled animal knocked sprawling by a searing bullet; only a quiet purring, like the sound of a living-room movie projector.
THE NEW MORALITY: 2223

THE NEW MORALITY:

It’s what the young live by and what the old attack as scandalous. But, says this clergyman, it could be the best, most moral approach to living we’ve ever devised
Will success spoil Prince Edward Island? 2829

Will success spoil Prince Edward Island?

It was a yesterday-world, happily basking in its island remoteness. Then came the prestigious Confederation Centre and Festival, a road to the mainland was planned, and the world began moving in
MY LIFE AND HARD TIMES AS A HOSPITAL STRIKEBREAKER 1617

MY LIFE AND HARD TIMES AS A HOSPITAL STRIKEBREAKER

Students, housewives, stockbrokers — hundreds of us pitched in to help when a strike crippled 119 Quebec hospitals. We were amateurs caught in a professionals’ war. And war is hell — and sometimes funny
MAILBAG 6061

MAILBAG

BLAIR FRASER’S Backstage At Ottawa column, The Naval Broadside That Missed The Boat (Reports), dealing with the circumstances surrounding Admiral Landymore’s retirement, was as disappointing as it was surprising. The phrases “mutineer admirals” and the “admirals’ revolt" are unfair and misleading.
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