August 1, 1975

THE PREMIER MUST NOT SWEAT

FEAR OF DYING

THE MILLIONAIRESS

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THE PREMIER MUST NOT SWEAT

An inquiry into the practices of Robert Bourassa
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FEAR OF DYING

Warning: worrying too much about cancer may be injurious to your health
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THE MILLIONAIRESS

Learning to live a hamburger life on a Chateaubriand budget
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SETTING FOOT ON THE CHARLOTTES

Two people on one beach is overcrowding
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WOMEN

COMING BACK FROM MOTHERHOOD

As a 45-year-old woman said to me, “The style of the Fifties was maternity dresses.” I wanted to know what it’s like to be a woman of 40 now and trying on a new identity. How it feels to leave behind the character parts of Mum, chief cook and bottle-washer and go out into the world as a wageworker.
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BUT RETIRE WELL

The nice thing is you can go home again
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CASHING IN ON FUNDY

What good is a wonder of nature if you can’t export it?
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ART

SITTING UP WITH THE CORPSE OF GOOD TASTE

Outside the Shaw Festival theatre in Niagara-on-the-Lake I watch busloads of blue-haired ladies flock to their seats for the Wednesday matinee of Robertson Davies’ Leaven Of Malice, a smug, pretentious Canadian comedy which bombed on Broadway 18 years ago and bombs again.
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FITNESS

SASKATOON THROWS A FITNESS FIT

Every morning, Mrs. Caroline Johnson walks 30 times around the basement of her house on Avenue A in Saskatoon. This is not so remarkable until you consider that Mrs. Johnson is 88, and that when she started working out some months ago she could only manage five laps.
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THE GREAT GLASSCO

Memoirs of a gentleman of pleasure
July 11975 September 11975