Two well-dressed, middle-aged foreigners, dodging their Russian escorts through Moscow’s streets at midnight to search for Nikita Khrushchov. One was a Canadian premier, one a future president of the U. S. Were they spying? Were they drunk?By PREMIER JOSEPH R. SMALLWOOD15 min
THE TROUBLE WITH freedom is that someone has to put the garbage out. Rochdale College, Toronto, Canada . . . the eyes of the world are upon you. This, after all, is what rebellion is all about. It’s the nitty gritty of the half-heard demands of Daniel Cohn-Bendit and Jerry Rubin and the face-less computer-burners at Sir George Williams and, when you get down to it, even Eldridge Cleaver.
Every day, the noise of nationalism grows in the air breathed by five million French-speaking Quebeckers. Every day, one million of their non-French countrymen hear it, and wonder, and worry. Should they quit the province they call home? Can they adapt to the changing times? Maclean's reports their dilemmaBy Walter Stewart16 min
GREECE, IN SPITE of its dictatorship, is one of the few places where you still find spontaneity, joy and warm communication between human beings. Men still dance simply because they feel like dancing, sing at the helms of fishing boats, and live with such zest that a visit to Greece is like being dropped on to another planet.
HE STOOD at the front of the sombre, wood - paneled dining hall at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario: a short, gaunt, slightly pock-faced man with a high, lined forehead and grey bags under his eyes, in a dark economy-flight-rumpled suit.By Graham Fraser11 min
The Lakehead: view from inside a vision / Hockey: why not Vancouver? / Pretty girls: they’re at the bank RE A New Vision For The Near North: Port Arthur and Fort William are not anywhere near the north; we are only beginning to get western. Port Arthur’s Mayor Saul Laskin is not yet the “big gun” — Fort William also has a mayor, Ernest Reed, whom for some reason you have ignored.
Allandale Heights Public School in Barrie, Ontario, is a school without walls, which is both a literal and a symbolic description of the building and the kind of education available in a score or so such schools opened across Canada in the past few years.
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