THIS IS the year of a national election— for the Presidency, the House of Representatives and one third of the Senate. This fact will influence everything important that is done in Washington until the first. Tuesday in November. A psychological change occurs among the politicians of all parties with the arrival of the calendar year of a presidential contest.By ERNEST K. LINDLEY5 min
A YOUNG Japanese Canadian, travelling on an RCMP permit from Alberta, returned west recently to visit his birthplace, the town of Steveston at the mouth of the Fraser River. Before the war Steveston, a short tram ride out of Vancouver, was a village of Nipponese fishermen.By JACK SCOTT4 min
THE great blizzard which held New York in its icy grip or paralyzed mighty Manhattan, depending on what newspaper you read, did neither of these things to Beverley Baxter who docked there the day before Christmas. The man who writes our London Letter battled the knee-high drifts of that frappéd and slightly jaded junction for two days and then briskly took off for Canada to get away from winter.By The Editors4 min
Your article “Are They Better Off Dead?” (on euthanasia, Maclean’s, Nov. 1) is the solution I have been looking for. What else can a cripple do, especially in my case where I am also a widow? I have been in a wheel chair for four years (all the calcium gone from my bones) and I have lost the struggle of making my own living, having been robbed and cheated by people who could walk.
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