I AM WRITING this during the European crisis. When you read it the European crisis will still be on. That particular crisis, like the poor, is always with us. Back home in Canada you have great blizzards of smw in the winter that block the streets and bury your motor cars until they look like frosted Christmas cakes.By Beverley Baxter9 min
FORTY YEARS ago nobody saw anything amiss in naming a little boy Cedric Fauntleroy and dressing him up in a plush suit, lace collar and long golden curls; nobody, that is, except the little boys of the period who had to bear the brunt of the fashion.By ANN ROSS6 min
UP which AT Goldfields, straddles the booming boundaries Canadian of Alberta. mining field Saskatchewan ard the North West Territories, everything, including domestic help at fancy figures, is freighted around by air. Monday may be Blue to housewives of Canada’s urban and rural areas, but in the northland’s new mining camps the day is Black.
WARREN in bed. He CALDERWOOD was too busy. Days was not were a man too short. to lie He rolled out in summer as the first red sun ray touched the window ; he peered with screwed-up eyes across the harbor to see which way the boats were tailing and how the idle smoke from the sardine factory was blowing.By GERALD WARNER BRACE21 min
The enclosed resolution is self-explanatory and was adopted by Branch 34, Canadian Legion of New Glasgow, N.S. “Will Canada Support Britain?” is, in my opinion, one of the finest articles ever to appear in any of our Canadian magazines, in that it is not only convincingly true in every detail but also so plain and simple in composition that the average school child can absorb it.
AT THIS writing, the personnel of the National Employment Commission has not been announced. Let us pray that the appointments will have been made on the basis of ability and not party service. Upon the character, independence and judgment of this commission may well depend the future stability or collapse of our whole social structure.
THE MEMBERS of the editorial staff of this magazine have been feeling very low. With their hat brims turned down and their collars turned up, they have been slinking into their offices via back staircases and passages. They have been unable to enjoy their meals. They have shunned their children.
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