If Louis St. Laurent retires this year his most likely successor could be this shy and stiff Ontario Baptist who’s a white-haired boy in Ottawa but almost unknown to the rest of the countryBy BLAIR FRASER20 min
Until the Quints came along, the frustrated Bay was “a good place to go fishing.” Now it’s a prosperous midway swarming with tourists, flying saucers, nudists, jet planes, would-be millionaires and the most lip-sticked women in the countryBy DON DELAPLANTE18 min
Clip this article and next time your head aches maybe you’ll find out why — thanks to the discoveries of a medical-research team in Montreal who began by wondering about that common “pain in the neck”By MCKENZIE PORTER16 min
From Pickford and Fairbanks to Peck and Monroe, movie critic Gilmour’s seen them all. Now he presents his supercolossal memoirs, starring the gorgeous Barbara La Marr of whom it was sometimes said, “When she inhaled, boys became men!”By CLYDE GILMOUR SAYS13 min
The finishing touches to Alexandra of Kent’s unique schooling come this month when she experiences the thrills and rigors of a Canadian tour. Will her democratic upbringing set a new pattern in the training of Great Britain’s royal offspring?By ALICIA VON LINDEN12 min
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