How hard it is to keep from being a shrew when you have a husband, two kids and a nine-to-five job I took after the mother I scarcely knew. When moving pictures arrived she decided to become another Mary Pickford. At 14 she was making the rounds of the booking agents in London’s West End.By PAMELA LEE22 min
The union leader as dedicated careerist When Senator Ed Lawson of Vancouver flies to Ottawa for his duties in the upper chamber, the taxpayers of Canada provide him with the $280 Air Canada return fare. Economy section. But Ed Lawson also happens to be Canadian director of the international Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America.By Allan Fotheringham19 min
It’s obvious that most of the 3,000 persons gathered here in this Halifax high-school auditorium are members of the working class, inhabitants of that other and all but invisible Canada whose separate culture so seldom impinges on the national consciousness that often its very existence is denied.By ALDEN NOWLAN19 min
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