THERE are people in the world who can’t enjoy their meals without having a roof over their heads. But most of us don’t care tuppence about the roof; it’s the food that counts and we think it tastes best of all when eaten out of doors with the fresh air to sharpen our appetites.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL, Director, Chatelaine Institute10 min
AS you may have anticipated all sorts of quaint contingencies have arisen because of the series of experimental blackouts carried through by many inland Canadian cities these few weeks past. In Montreal, the well-known sportsman Norman Dawes, acting in his capacity of Warden found occasion to scold his friend, John Bassett, publisher of the Montreal Gazelle.
FEW writers who express themselves in native English have as sound a knowledge and understanding of the French Canadian as has Leslie Roberts. He has lived most of his life in Quebec, mainly in Montreal and the Eastern Townships. That in itself doesn’t mean a great deal, because we know other people who have lived in Quebec all their lives and they know next to nothing about their French-speaking compatriots.
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