September 1, 1969

THE NATIONAL SCENE

POWER

MACLEAN'S Canada Report

OUR SCHOOLS

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THE NATIONAL SCENE

POWER

from the cataract of Churchill Falls; a project so enormous ‘a man can’t get his mind around it’
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MACLEAN'S Canada Report

OUR SCHOOLS

Old school disciplines versus "life-learning": a struggle for six million futures
ARGOS' WALLY GABLER IS OUT TO WIN A VOTE OF CONFIDENCE ...HIS OWN 5657

ARGOS' WALLY GABLER IS OUT TO WIN A VOTE OF CONFIDENCE ...HIS OWN

THE SWEAT WAS gradually eroding the makeup on his face, so Wally Gabler moved away from the sun to the preserving shade of a giant oak. In a few minutes, he would be filmed driving a car a few miles down Highway 27 toward an innocuous place named Bond Head, Ontario.
PURELY PATHOLOGY, MY DEAR WATSON-THE BRIDE WAS DROWNED IN HER BATH 2627
MODERN LIVING

PURELY PATHOLOGY, MY DEAR WATSON-THE BRIDE WAS DROWNED IN HER BATH

The Sherlock of today is building a science as he solves his whodunit and revealing crimes nobody suspected
IT BEGAN WITH A 51-CENT TAX ON A BUCKET OF CHICKEN 1617

IT BEGAN WITH A 51-CENT TAX ON A BUCKET OF CHICKEN

A fantasy of the politics of our time
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THE NATIONAL SCENE

TALKBACK

The west: who needs the east? / Ottawa’s Arts Centre: ‘nothing to be proud about’ / ‘Anne’: just good friends
THE CANADIAN GENIUS CANADA FORGOT 7677

THE CANADIAN GENIUS CANADA FORGOT

You’ve heard about Marconi. You know about Bell. But who was Reginald Aubrey Fessenden?
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CANADIANS YOU SHOULD KNOW

CANADIANS YOU SHOULD KNOW

For a folk singer, dropping in at “Estelle’s place” in Toronto is like coming home. There was one evening, for instance, when Bob Beers of the singing Beers Family sat in a corner of the living room, strumming guitar and serenading Bonnie Dobson, while Theodore Bikel perched on the couch, toasting new arrivals in Yiddish.
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MODERN LIVING

A TALE OF 2 CITIES

WHENEVER you hear the terms, "the newest," "the latest” or “The Now Thing,” the chances are they're being shouted by someone in the fashion world. No other business pats itself on the back quite so affectionately as the garment industry. Yet what we Canadian women wear is controlled by some of the most conservative men and women in the country: retail buyers for the stores want goods that will sell in large quantities on the mass market, so they demand "safe” designs from the manufacturers.
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If we keep on doing our thing and blowing our mind we’ll-uh-forget how to talk

IN RECENT YEARS, due to the miracle of modern communications, TV personalities, disk jockeys, journalists and advertising men have started everyone talking like looters, users, delinquent teenagers and grade-eight dropouts in bare feet.
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