Politics and public taste seem sure to transform our TV this coming season. The new government may curb CBC's activities; the new programs from the U.S. will be minus comics and plus nice guys. Here’s an up-to-date appraisalBy ERIC HUTTON19 min
Swirling shapes, weird textures, severe geometric patterns— this is how his air-borne cameras see this sprawling land. His photographic jigsaws tell us where our opportunities lie. Here's how a top aerial surveyor does itBy McKenzie Porter15 min
He started swinging when Ontario said he’d sell his hogs through the Hog Board, or else. He raided their meetings, fought them through the courts, dragged in the Canadian parliament—and he isn’t licked yetBy ALAN PHILLIPS14 min
Let me give warning that this letter deals to some extent with a nobleman of high degree. With equal candor let it be understood that it also deals with sex. Therefore it might be advisable for younger readers to tell their elders that this is not quite a subject for grownups and they had better look at television.By BEVERLEY BAXTER6 min
The sopranos match notes with barking seals and the cast once applauded the audience for sitting through a downpour. Theatre Under The Stars is the biggest, brightest and often the soggiest straw-hat theatre in the landBy Ray Gardner13 min
One of John Diefenbaker’s first acts as prime minister of Canada was to show the world where Canada stands in the only grave and deep division within the Commonwealth. He lined up instantly on the side of human equality, the common and equal humanity of all races, creeds and colors.By BLAIR FRASER5 min
Since I became editor of Punch some four years ago I have received a great many abusive letters, nearly all of which accuse me of having been guilty of bad taste. Most of these letters come from what are euphemistically called “good homes”—from retired generals and admirals and clergymen who have long been accustomed to regard humor as a sedative rather than a stimulant.By MALCOLM MUGGERIDGE RISES10 min
A SQUAT, HANDSOME curly-haired Cuban named Avelino Gomez is the best jockey on Canadian racetracks, and some say on the entire continent. A few weeks ago at Toronto's New Woodbine he had four races against Eddie Arcaro, generally considered top jockey in the U. S. Gomez won two, Arcaro one.
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