Price-fixers may fleece you on anything from bread to eyeglasses— but sooner or later they lock horns with Ottawa’s combines investigators. Today these big-business sleuths are opening two new "cases" a week. Here’s how they workBy Peter C. Newman17 min
An anxious parent reports the results of a month-long investigation — when to send a child to camp, how to choose the best camp for him, and some surprising facts about camps and camp lifeBy Dorothy Sangster16 min
A hallowed institution-once as familiar as the buggywhip-is vanishing before the onrush of push-button housekeeping. But in outposts like Penobsquis, kitchens like the McLeod’s still play their historic role as “the heart of a home”By Ian Sclanders15 min
DO YOU KNOW What pension plans cost you—and what you get? Which of the thirty major systems is best for you? How to cash in on new tax benefits? IT CAN COST YOU THOUSANDS IF YOU DON’TBy J. J. BROWN14 min
With Gallic audacity these Montreal stars showed Paris how to play Molière. Now, with invitations from three continents,they're off on a half-year tour that may make French-Canadian theatre famousBy BARBARA MOON13 min
Johnny Longden, the incurably rich jockey who has won 5,150 horse races—better than two hundred more than any other rider who ever lived— was lying on his back on a big red-leather divan watching one of his seven television sets when his wife Hazel led me into his den.By TRENT FRAYNE8 min
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