February 1, 1973

OF THE FARM 3839

OF THE FARM

Holding on by the fingernails near Landis, Saskatchewan
POND INLET 3031

POND INLET

Unicorns at the edge of the floe
Ken Dryden, Hockey's Lonely Forerunner 2627

Ken Dryden, Hockey's Lonely Forerunner

The existential boys’ book hero
THE POLITICS OF TASTE 18B19

THE POLITICS OF TASTE

The dreams and fancies of Canada’s provincial premiers
CHARTER PEOPLE 3637

CHARTER PEOPLE

The fun is in the coming and going
BEAUVOIR TO THE BARRICADES 3435

BEAUVOIR TO THE BARRICADES

CONFESSIONS OF A CALECHE DRIVER 2829

CONFESSIONS OF A CALECHE DRIVER

Or how to lose your head in Quebec City this spring
YOUR VIEW 1213
YOUR VIEW

YOUR VIEW

Once again we have had to endure a December issue of “Canada’s National Magazine” without any recognition of the Christmas season except for some of the ads which exploit this sacred season for material advantage. Are we to conclude that the editors of Maclean’s have never heard of, let alone appreciate, the great message of hope that Christmas brings to our sick and weary old world?
Farewell To Power: Departing Thoughts Of An Absent Cabinet Minister 45
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Farewell To Power: Departing Thoughts Of An Absent Cabinet Minister

November 10, 1972. Driving back from meetings at Mont Gabriel, Quebec, to Ottawa. Last night, I gave a speech to a gathering of my departmental officials, people from Manpower and Immigration who were at a seminar working out new ideas for forthcoming legislation.
WALES AT LEISURE 7071

WALES AT LEISURE

A slow road to the hill country
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