It was the swim to end all lake swims. In the all-star east were the white-haired Mrs. Crampton, four thugs called Rocky, a desperate reporter, a delicious damsel— and the entire swim-crazed population of TorontoBy JOHN CLARE25 min
A popular, and proportionately empty, remark of these days is that “our civilization is becoming increasingly complex." An obvious deduction, far too readily accepted by far too many people, is that it can only be managed by specialists.By RODERICK HAIG-BROWN WARNS11 min
It was Kipling who wrote a poem with the recurring theme that the female of the species is more deadly than the male. We in London have had that theme forcibly brought to our minds by the recent off-stage activities of that remarkable actress and even more rcmarkable woman.By BEVERLEY BAXTER8 min
An interesting contrast between the old government and the new, and one to watch in the months ahead, is their handling of a major difference of opinion between Ottawa and Washington, one that is sure to be discussed at every high-level meeting of the two countries: that is the U. S. program for unloading its mammoth agricultural surpluses, including a billion-bushel mountain of wheat.By BLAIR FRASER6 min
When we changed prime ministers and cabinets last June, many Canadians hoped and expected that at the same time we were making some changes in our national attitudes. Our safe and guarded attitude toward immigration was among those that had been under close scrutiny by the last opposition and presumably might he modified by the new government.
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