Canada’s happiest spender is this Czech millionaire who arrived here seventeen years ago to start a new life . . . and hated it. “Now I know it was God’s blessing,” he says, and works five hours a day giving away millions to make amendsBy McKenzie Porter20 min
The "miracle" drugs didn't lick all disease. They can’t cope with most viruses. Here’s an up-to-the-minute report on the race to solve such mysteries as POLIO, CANCER, and the COMMON COLDBy JANICE TYRWHITT17 min
In Niagara-on-the-Lake old ghosts still walk beneath a tree that grew before Columbus, through streets armies fought for in 1812. But they’re being routed by modern subdivisions — and we’re losing a priceless shrine
Genzmer Earl “Byng” Whitteker, of Toronto and the CBC, has been talking out loud for a living for twenty-one years. His relaxed, rich voice has probably been heard by more Canadians, whether they know it or not, than that of any other human.By BARBARA MOON13 min
The army’s ex-Chief of Staff, foremost critic of Canada’s defense policy, says that in this atomic age of guided missiles we’re still committed to a costly, outdated concept of military strategy based on the airplane
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