MOST OF THE NOISE and all the pomp in the current election campaign has come from the four national leaders who, like middle-aging knights with party colors flowing from their lances, have ridden off in all directions to seek power in verbal combat with one another.By PETER C. NEWMAN18 min
Ten thousand men, women and children, paralyzed by poisoned cooking oil in 1959, might have ended their lives as cripples. Now doctors can report that all but a handful are walking and working again. This is how an international medical team led by Canadians carried out an historic exercise in the salvage of human beingsBy PETER DESBARATS15 min
At stake immediately is the province’s Medical Care Insurance Act. Under the Act the 900 doctors of Saskatchewan and their patients will cease to conduct their dealings through a combination of voluntary insurance and private payment. Instead, the doctors will bill the government for 85 percent of their bills to patients, under the schedule of fees set by the College of Physicians and Surgeons.By RALPH ALLEN13 min
Canada wants a glamorous image. The CNR wants a streamlined one. Banks want friendly ones. Politicians want dynamic ones. Everybody wants a new one. Here is the first field guide to the images you now meet every dayBy Shirley Mair11 min
Many parents would be jailed if they treated other people the way they treat their own children. Here, a leading child psychologist argues that all of us share a duty to help separate children from parents who do them physical or mental harmBy DR. KARL BERNHARDT MAKES10 min
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