The Communist government in Warsaw demands them and calls Canada a thief. The exiled Polish leaders who sent them here still claim them. Ottawa’s trying hard to pass the buck. The only person who isn’t fretting is Premier Duplessis—he’s got themBy McKENZIE PORTER21 min
at Toronto’s famed Hospital for Sick Children where sixty operations is a routine schedule. She watches young lives saved by the deceptively casual skill of some of Canada’s best surgeons. In particular she recordBy JUNE CALLWOOD SPENDS20 min
In a Canadian Sabre this multimillionaire’s wife who was once a barefoot mill girl became the first woman to break the sound barrier. But some sensitive souls are still fretting about how Jacqueline Cochran managed to get hold of the jet in the first placeBy DOUGLAS DACRE19 min
She was the greatest prima donna of her age, this Canadien girl who made Home Sweet Home a household word. She took tea with queens, and princes flung jewels at her feet. But because her life was blameless her fame faded when her golden voice failedBy MARJORIE WILKINS CAMPBELL18 min
Daniel Leo Dolan, the Barnum of the tourist business, has dedicated himself to making Canada a land fit for Americans to live in. And right now he's praying we'll all be nice to his five million cash customersBy FRANK CROFT12 min
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