ANDREW PETER STEINMANN IS A PRIEST. HE HAS BEEN AN ARCTIC MISSIONARY FOR 31 YEARS — AND HAS NEVER MADE A CONVERT. HE HAS BEEN TOO BUSY. SINGLE-HANDED, HE HAS REVOLUTIONIZED THE LIFESTYLE OF THE ESKIMOS OF ARCTIC QUEBEC. HE HAS BECOME A GIANT OF THE NORTHBy REV. JAMES FLECK21 min
Murray Hubbard raises sheep in New Brunswick. He's good at it. But, like fisherman Amedee Gallant and miner George Butts, he's found being good at it isn't enough. Something else is needed. Now he's wondering...By WALTER STEWART15 min
JEROME IS 12. He is the son of a marketing executive who works in downtown Toronto and lives in suburban Etobicoke. Jerome’s expensive sweater and newish jeans are rumpled and stained. He is thin and quick in his movements, his face intelligent but not happy.By PHILIP SYKES14 min
YOUR EDITORIAL concerning reaction to the award of a Canada Council grant to McGill’s Stanley Gray (The Disturbing Backlash From The Campus Revolt) calls for a response. Many of us recognize that a democracy needs to include the right to dissent.
When Premier Ike Smith of Nova Scotia announced last December that 32-yearold Marvin Schiff, a former Toronto newspaperman, was stepping into the newly created $ 16,000-a-year job as the province’s director of human rights, the black community was aghast.
To outsmart them, you must know where they live, how they move and how they think. Angling writer Tiny Bennett has been learning — and matching — their tricks for forty years. Here’s his strategy for beating five of the best. 1 The rainbow trout delights in fast water.
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