The Centennial has added several hundred more reasons for holidaying in Canada this year, from Expo 67 to the naval cavalcade in Victoria. In the following pages we’ve plotted a west-to-east tour of a nation with a century to celebrate, and added a fourpage guidebook of the best centennial events across the country
If you can answer that question, you’re part of a vanishing generation. Increasingly, medical care is coming to involve a team of specialists, batteries of expensive machines, and a hurried encounter with someone you’ve probably never met before. Is this trend desirable? Or is there still a place for the old-style family physician? Doctors themselves can't agree. Until they do, your chances of getting the best medical care — or even a hospital bed — are lower than they should beBy ALAN EDMONDS24 min
They're members of our most visible industry but we still persist in calling them "hidden persuaders." So what's the advertising profession really like? For the answer, take a look inside the nation's biggest advertising agency. A corporate profileBy JACK BATTEN21 min
The Establishment is worried, the have-nots are restless, and the government is shaking up a province that will never be the same again. Quebec? No, it’s happening now in Louis Robichaud’s New BrunswickBy BLAIR FRASER14 min
RECENTLY, THE great debate about televising the proceedings of the House of Commons was resurrected. Those opposed said it would turn parliament into a circus; those in favor, including Opposition Leader John Diefenbaker, said it would, if anything, change the House for the better.
Re Dalton Camp: The Man Who Finally Helled The Cat: He may have tied it on himself. WINIFRED MCCREADY, EDMONTON Author Alexander Ross says: "Ottawa seems to he run by spinsters." Since spinsters have never had a chance to run Ottawa, is it fair or sporting to apply this term to the ineptitude of the politicians who do run Ottawa?
You CAN CALL IT chemistry, magic, whatever you like, I don't care. But it was there the very first time we met . . . Wham! I had just walked into another architect's office and there was this new secretary sitting there, waiting for her boss to get off the phone.
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