EDWARD PLUNKET TAYLOR, sixty-two — Canadian promoter-turnedindustrialist, horse-breeder, bringer of order and prosperity to the Ontario racing scene, ultimate refiner of the holding company, sire of the world's largest brewing corporation, chaperon among other enterprises of Canada’s largest supermarket chain and one of the world's giant farm-machine manufactories.By Barbara Moon18 min
SOMETIME AFTER MIDNIGHT on May 11 this year, a slight young Saulteaux Indian named Allan Thomas was killed in the village of Glaslyn, Sask., when a party of white men raided the encampment in which he was living, pulled down two tents and, apparently, fought with the Indians.By Peter Gzowski16 min
ALMOST EVERYONE WHO WRITES on Canadian politics agrees that our major political parties are not distinguished by any serious differences in outlook or policy, but every student of the subject must somehow discover the reality of this fact for himself.
PETER COOK, who certainly ought to know, said recently he wouldn't be surprised if England soon sank giggling emptily into the sea. Such is the burgeoning state of satire on this island now. Cook, of course, is one of the original Beyond the Fringe quartet that breezed through Toronto last, year before opening so successfully on Broadway.By MORDECAI RICHLER6 min
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