It rolls endlessly on—a great jigsaw puzzle with half the pieces missing. Our neglect has almost lost it to us. Now we can’t take it for granted any longer. Here’s a report on the half of Canada few people really knowBy Pierre Berton59 min
Here’s the remarkable story of a traveling salesman who returned to the Stone Age. Adopted by an Eskimo family, he lived for a year on raw meal and slept on skins. This is what he learned — from the inside of an iglooBy DOUG WILKINSON26 min
When Wilfred Grenfell first saw the wretched “liveyeres” of Labrador they were dosing pneumonia eases with cold water. He stayed there forty years and with his inspired scrounging and his strong bare hands built the best-known medical mission in the worldBy DAVID MacDONALD22 min
WE HAVE NONE. In spite of all you’ve heard about all-weather jet interceptors and impenetrable radar screens, Ottawa believes the Arctic is its own best defense and has left it virtually naked to attackBy BLAIR FRASER20 min
A river that most people thought of as a has-been is back in business. When it’s through flexing its muscles it will produce twice as much power as the St. Lawrence Seaway and foster a northern city of twenty thousandBy GRATTAN GRAY15 min
By tractor, sleigh or on horseback Mary Percy Jackson for twenty-five years has covered her 1,200-square-mile practice in northern Alberta, acting as doctor, dentist, nurse or veterinarian. She’s often been paid off in moose meat — handy fare for a family of fiveBy ROBERT COLLINS15 min
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