Two world-renowned rocket scientists collaborate on an astonishing document which shows that the first interplanetary flight will be greatly different from anything imagined until nowBy Wernher Von Braun, Willy Ley44 min
"In this incredible mixture of beauty and mischief... coastal men, or most of them, have severed their roots that grew in this forest soil... They live on the forest but are no longer of it... They have forgotten their beginnings”
With a billion new foreign dollars a year outsiders own most of our oil, mining, pulp and other biggest industries. Are Canadians just squatters in Canada? Here are the facts in what may become a red-hot election issueBy Peter C. Newman26 min
With Canada perhaps in the midst of its worst rabies outbreak the big news about this dread disease isn’t bad. Few humans get it and it can almost always be prevented by common senseBy FRED BODSWORTH18 min
As a commoner in Hungary I was a world away from the rich Count Laszlo Cziraky. As an exile in Canada I married him. Now our castle is a walkup apartment and my nobleman is an ambitious truck driver. We're happy this wayBy CATHERINE CZIRAKY17 min
It costs peanuts; it doesn’t use fancy camera angles, flossy sets or big name guest stars; its chief stock in trade is western music played by easterners. Yet Holiday Ranch is TV’s most popular Canadian showBy Dorothy Sangster15 min
We’ve known for ages that some fish have built-in batteries but the human body too is a great electrical system — so ingenious that it makes man’s inventions seem like clumsy toysBy N. J. BERRILL15 min
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