Suddenly, chillingly, Gilhooley knew why his seat on the Barcelona plane had been snatched, why a non-existent cousin had visited his flat, why his news service chief had warned him to watch himself. Now he and Celia waited while the executioner groped his way toward themBy LIONEL SHAPIRO58 min
Slowly, Carlyle Sinclair thought, he was winning his struggle against the white man's neglect and the Indians' indifference. Then came the gala stampede to empty the reservation at the critical time when scanty crops were overdue for reapingBy W. O. MITCHELL20 min
Exhibit 'A’ — the year we’ve had of public television — has earned both knocks and boosts. Soon four private stations will begin showing the other side of the picture and a Hamilton man named Ken Soble will become the video industry’s No. 1 man-in-the-middleBy BARNEY MILFORD18 min
Crazily the taxi plunged past the thick-clustered pink huts of Curacao’s native quarter. Dark terror engulfed the fat Canadian professor as he struggled to fathom the purpose of the man at the wheelBy Earle Birney17 min
As long as hockey lasts they'll be telling the legends about Howie Morenz: How he lived only for the game, for the fans of the Forum, how he died in tragedy and misery when the team he loved sold him down the river after a bad seasonBy TRENT FRAYNE17 min
Canada’s most voluble jurist was in the third grade before he knew any Canadians spoke English. But now when he spies the slightest threat to Canada’s British traditions he fully earns the title ofBy ERIC HUTTON17 min
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