November 5, 1966

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How ISD saved my marriage

This girl is in the act of committing a murder in a psychedelic dream. She is actress Pam Hyatt, under LSD treatment, photographed by her husband. This is her story of the emotional torment that led to this terrifying moment, and of what came after
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How a Canadian wonder boy "tamed" Sinatra

LONDON: A FRENCH WRITER recently described Sidney Furie, the Canadian film director. as "a man who looks and talks like a tiger.” The Gallic hyperbole is forgivable because Furie, after all. has snarled boldly at such high-ranking members of film royalty as Marlon Brando and Harry Saltzman, the fabulously successful Canadian producer who came here to make those James Bond movies (among others) that he couldn't make in Canada.

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How to be a girl alone and see the world

Have a yen to travel, but afraid to try it on your own? Nonsense! says globe-trotter Marika Robert. A girl alone has all the fun, if she knows how to say no — and when to say yes
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CANADA RESCUED THE COMMONWEALTH — BUT WAS IT WORTH THE TROUBLE?

LONDON: THE GUARDIAN in a burst of enthusiasm called it “a near-miracle” achieved by “the personal diplomacy of the Canadian prime minister, Mr. Lester Pearson . . . the lifeline that held the Commonwealth together.” The Times in its quieter language said, “The Canadian prime minister achieved a triumph of drafting,” a sentiment which the influential Financial Times echoed in almost identical words.
THE HAS-BEEN WHO DOESN’T KNOW ENOUGH TO STOP BEING BETTER THAN ANYBODY 1819

THE HAS-BEEN WHO DOESN’T KNOW ENOUGH TO STOP BEING BETTER THAN ANYBODY

Lumpy, stumpy Gump Worsley knocked around hockey oblivion long, he just about owned it. Then in a cunning shuffle, he dealed into the Montreal Canadiens’ net. And now? Just shows he's
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THE PRIVATE WORLD OF EMILY CARR

In bold, brooding paintings like these, Emily Carr broke with the bucolic blandness of the Victorian past and pioneered an exciting and personal vision of Canada
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A meaning in death? / Calgaryanks

I HAVE JUST READ the Two Stories About The Meaning Of Death. However disillusioning it may be, the story of “Roger” by Ian Adams expresses great sympathy and understanding. He provides a picture of the human condition with sensitivity. Death was not Roger’s final defeat, for Adams gives the memory of his life and the treatment of his corpse the dignity it deserves, the love and empathy so sought after by the living.
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HOUSE THAT WOULDN'T STOP

Once It was a modest summer cottage. Now it’s a 13-room town house. You see, there was this bargain in doors. . .And away we went with the
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POSTSCRIPT TO DEATH IN THE ARCTIC

As a veteran of 46 years in the Arctic fur trade, I would like to point out a few of the many errors and the general falseness of Mowat’s article. 1. Mowat says: “. . . soon the Cape Dorset people asked to be taken back to the world they knew. But insurmountable difficulties were placed between them and their desire.”
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“You have to teach a girl to want something better”

Prostitutes, lesbians, junkies — at thirty, Peggy Ann Walpole is den mother to them all at Street Haven in downtown Toronto, where the unwanted can find a refuge and nobody asks for promises to reform
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