June 1, 1971

THREE MEN FROM THREE GENERATIONS TALK TO ADRIENNE CLARKSON ON LOVE, SEX, ADULTERY AND WHAT MARRIAGE IS ALL ABOUT 2627

THREE MEN FROM THREE GENERATIONS TALK TO ADRIENNE CLARKSON ON LOVE, SEX, ADULTERY AND WHAT MARRIAGE IS ALL ABOUT

Recently, on her national television show, Take Thirty, Adrienne Clarkson took part in a series of celebrated conversations with men about marriage — a subject on which women, traditionally, have been overwhelmingly verbose and men curiously reticent.
The radicalization of Robert Lemieux 3637

The radicalization of Robert Lemieux

When Lemieux goes to court, Quebec goes on trial
The West is ready to revolt 3839

The West is ready to revolt

Two influential Albertans, John Barr and Owen Ander son state their case for separatism
CLASS OF '71 1819

CLASS OF '71

Get a university education, we told them, and you’ll have it made. So they did. Now they discover they're the graduates nobody wants. What went wrong?
The Guess Who 2829

The Guess Who

Here it is, the big noise in Bubblegum music, Canada's richest and raunchiest rock band
THE VALEDICTORIANS 2223

THE VALEDICTORIANS

I’m trying to get a farm together. We’ll have to do odd jobs to support ourselves for a while, because none of us knows enough about farming to just go off and do it. Eventually, though, we hope to get away from money and be largely self-sufficient.
YOUR VIEW 1213

YOUR VIEW

As we say at La Scala — brava, bravissima! I’ve never seen a magazine turned around quicker. I read everything. Christina Newman on John Turner, the letters, Peter Newman’s dialogue with Claude Ryan, Fred Bodsworth on spring, the critiques.
Alden Nowlan's Canada 1617

Alden Nowlan's Canada

"Canada is not so much a country as magnificent raw material for a country”
THE TABLE TALK OF MARSHALL McLUHAN 4243

THE TABLE TALK OF MARSHALL McLUHAN

Marshall McLuhan slumps through the doors of the restaurant with an oddly rolling motion, like that of a shore-bound sailor, squinting into the half-light, testing his senses against the glum plasticity of the dining room. At 59, white-haired, full of honors, McLuhan has grown a little weary of watching the world through his famous rearview mirror.
ON JUNE 21st THERE WILL BE 93 MORE DAYS OF SUMMER. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO? 3031

ON JUNE 21st THERE WILL BE 93 MORE DAYS OF SUMMER. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO?

Of course you could just lie around and wait for fall. All you d be wasting is a quarter of a year. And even if there were something you should do, something you couldn’t do at any less agreeable time of year...well, there’ll be other summers. In a lifetime, each of us has 60, give or take 10, to make of what we will.
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