Why, though his conscience was clear, his friends steadfast and his enemies discredited, did this brilliant diplomat take his life? This careful and penetrating study reveals the complex human being behind a great human tragedyBy SIDNEY KATZ33 min
Doctors can't explain them and Rosa can barely cope with them. She serves meals in three shifts and it takes a week’s wages to buy food for three days — but the Tremblays are ready for moreBy ANTONY FERRY12 min
Bluenosers scoffed and debts piled up like leaves in the fall. But the stubborn Nova Scotian built the world’s biggest sailing ship and took her around the world on a voyage that’s never been equalledBy JOSEPH SCHULL28 min
The fifteen paintings by Fenwick Lansdowne on these and the following pages depict fifteen graphic reasons why bird watching is becoming a booming hobby in Canada. Birds, of course, have always been as beautiful and dynamic as Lansdowne’s brush portrays them, but never before have so many people observed the fact for themselves.By FRED BODSWORTH14 min
Sufficient time has elapsed for us to consider coolly and dispassionately the strange outburst against the Queen by two young peers of the realm. That it was in bad taste, that it was vulgar and that it was cruel no one can deny, but what we have to decide is not merely the motive but to what degree there was any measure of justification for the outburst.By BEVERLEY BAXTER9 min
Bill Houck of Niagara Falls, one of the few Ontario Liberal MPs to survive June 10, got a letter from a defeated colleague that ran something like this: Dear Bill: You poor fella, having to leave your happy home in October to ride the rail to Ottawa.By BLAIR FRASER6 min
A great many Canadians, who never before have taken issue with anything musical, are now up in arms against the blatant and cheap masquerade that issues every day from juke boxes, radio and TV under the guise of music. Socalled “popular music," while at its height in popularity, is now at its lowest in quality.By DON LEBLANC ADMONISHES10 min
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