Fred Varley and Eric Aldwinckle, whisked almost overnight from their Toronto studios to Moscow as guests of Soviet culture, were almost killed by zeal and generosity. The Russians gave them everything—except a chance to rest or to smile
With planes, patrol boats and fast cars the Fisheries officers fight a guerrilla campaign to enforce the lobster laws. With all the cunning of "third-generation poachers” the fishermen fight back. Who’s winning is anybody’s guessBy DAVID MacDONALD21 min
With instinct, sheer strength and rare courage Emil Strand overcame a staggering handicap. He can chop wood, drive fence posts and stook long straight rows of sheaves He even rides his horses bareback at full gallopBy ROBERT COLLINS16 min
To catch the boss’ eye you might try a team of wolfhounds, or enter swinging a mashie, but the best techniques for winning the job you want are still those your grandfather knewBy ROBERT THOMAS ALLEN16 min
THE LONG summer recess was near at hand and the old Mother of Parliaments was tidying up a few odds and ends before closing the doors and Putting up the shutters. We were discussing education, and some eyebrows were raised when a young Tory, Mr.By Beverley Baxter9 min
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