August 1, 1967

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THE KIDS WE PAY TO ROCK THE BOAT

They’re volunteers in the Company of Young Canadians, an organization dedicated to using the power structure’s money to right the power structure’s wrongs. Despite foul-ups, hang-ups, too much talk, the experiment is working
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CAN RALPH COWAN DEFEAT THE FRENCH SINGLE-HANDED?

A report on the Toronto MP who’s become a oneman WASP backlash, and Ottawa’s angriest man
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THE SECRET WORLD OF KIDDIE-CULT

Some breakfast cereals cost more than rib beef. So what? With a new tribe of TV cartoon characters leading the way, your children are taking over the economy
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CAN ISRAEL CONVERT VICTORY INTO PEACE?

Though its devastating victory has left it unchallenged military master of the Middle East, it faces a critical problem: it urgently needs peace, the Arabs do not. An on-the-scene report by BLAIR FRASER
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VANCOUVER

HOW THE TOWN'S FIGHTING THE DREAD HIPPIE MENACE

DOUG HAWTHORNE, the wispy young man in the photograph directly above, has all the right looks for somebody who's constantly on the outs with the Vancouver police. He's easy to spot. He's a regular mark, in fact, with his long Prince Valiant hair style, his ribbon-thin body and the golden fuzz on his chin and upper lip.
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VANCOUVER

ITS MESSAGE IS:LIVE!

Vancouver has an infectious secret it’s dying to share with the rest of Canada: relax, unwind and enjoy yourself
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MAILBAG

The Forgotten Miners, by Ian Adams, was heartrending. I am ashamed, as a Canadian, when I think what we’ve spent on Expo, compared to what we have spent on the people who have died helping to build the Canada that Expo is supposed to represent.
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VANCOUVER

THE SUPERCITIZENS

The most controversial piece of furniture around Simon Fraser University is the speakers’ lectern that stands in the school’s central mall. The lectern is the focus à la Hyde Park for student dissent, and last spring, it was the centre for angry speechmaking and strike action over the firing of five teachers that ground SFU to a standstill.
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WHEN THE CANADIANS TOOK FRENCH LEAVE

MARCH WAS OUR MONTH for saying farewell. It was a time for tears and ceremony. We had been at I Wing, the RCAF base at Marville, in northeastern France, for two years, and the RCAF had been there for 13, but the time had come to pull up our roots, and we crammed a lot of goodbys into those short spring days.
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CHECKLISTINGS

A critical glance at the things Canadians will watch, read, listen to and talk about this month
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