June 13, 1977

It happens in the best of families 1819

It happens in the best of families

At 3 a.m. on March 6, 1971, working on a mural for a downtown disco, Vancouver artist-sculptor Jim Wilier heard the news on the radio. Margaret Joan Sinclair, 22, had married Joseph Phillippe Pierre Ives Elliott Trudeau, 51 and two years older than her mother.
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Closeup/The Society

Johnny Reeferseed

Was Robert Rowbotham punished for society's sins?
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With climatologist Dr. Kenneth Hare

Winters that are colder, summers that are hotter and a prairies drought that threatened a grisly replay of the 1930s dust bowl. Something is happening to the weather. In the 32 years since he arrived in Montreal from his native England, climatologist Kenneth Hare has pursued the mysteries of weather with a scientific passion that has earned him world renown.
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The Golden Baugh

Winning isn’t everything. Endorsements are
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Closeup/The U.S.

Sail on,0 Lip of State

As diplomats go, Andrew Young doesn’t
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Dada’s boys

If it feels vile, do it!
The hidden persuaders 40b40c

The hidden persuaders

Guns don’t make laws, but gun lobbies damn well do
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Danger (so called) is its own reward

Oh no! Not another cursory and condescending story about dangerous, usually minority, amateur sportsmen. Pleasure As A Risky Business (May 2) followed the hackneyed trail of many fellow tradesmen in portraying the stereotype Jekyll and Hyde character we have come to know and hate: life insurance salesmen Monday to Friday—daring, devil-may-care sky divers on weekends.
Voyage of the darned 6667

Voyage of the darned

Everyone dreams of adventure—shipwrecks, treacherous journeys, desert islands. But for most North Americans, storybook adventure beckons from afar. Few go in search of it; fewer still find it. Adventure was not what Diane Taylor and Gary Hodgkins were looking for nine years ago when they said to hell with Canadian society and started building a boat.
Nobody likes a troublemaker, but some countries show it more than others 5859
The World

Nobody likes a troublemaker, but some countries show it more than others

Gjoezel Amalrik, the wild girl from Kazan, a dissident Soviet artist married to the equally dissident writer Andrei Amalrik, reacted fast to her first taste of Western civilization. All those prostitutes displaying their wares in Amsterdam’s red light district—“It’s pure degradation for the female sex,” she said, dark eyes flashing, “and I could not believe my eyes when I saw that plane trailing an advertisement for Durex [a European alternative to Ramses] ... such things are private.” That was in July last year, when the Amalriks emigrated to the Netherlands from Soviet Union after 15 years of terror, intimidation, prison and banishment.
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