December 2, 1963

THE MODERNIZATION OF THE MARCOTICS TRADE 1213

THE MODERNIZATION OF THE MARCOTICS TRADE

Vancouver, with 600 addicts, is now the only retail drug market ot any importance in Canada. But to the Mafia — which today leaves street-peddling and its dangers to outsiders — Canada is still an important switch-point on the underground route for wholesale consignments of heroin: the dirtiest, riskiest, but most lucrative criminal traffic in the world
Wolves aren't as wolfish as some people 2021

Wolves aren't as wolfish as some people

FARLEY MOWAT tells the story of his unusual sojourn the most vilified animals Canadas north of
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An opinionated American looks at Canadian television

IT WAS NOT A WEEK, it was six days, five in Toronto and one in Montreal. Never before. I thought as I left Montreal for New York, had a Trans-Canada stewardess seemed so fair, so beckoning. Dimly, as I fastened my seatbelt. I recalled the tagline of a forgotten boyhood joke: Six days make one weak.
What it's like to cruise halfway across Canada 2223

What it's like to cruise halfway across Canada

rides a Dutch ocean liner through the St. Lawrence Seaway and takes a close look at the fascinating people and awesome commerce of our inland coastline that runs 2,300 miles
RISE OF A SOFT-SPOKEN STRONG MAN 1011

RISE OF A SOFT-SPOKEN STRONG MAN

What C. D. Howe was to the old Liberal regime, Mitchell Sharp has already become to the new one — the take-charge guy. This is how he works
How kibbutz children learn the art of living together 2223

How kibbutz children learn the art of living together

If you think too much — or too little — of your child's schooling is given over to so-called “social skills," why, look at the dawn-to-dusk day of a kibbutz classroom, where the real subject is how to live usefully in a group
A portrait of the Quebec the quiet revolution hasn't toched 1819

A portrait of the Quebec the quiet revolution hasn't toched

French Canada today is the fastest-changing part of North America. But there are still places within it that remain what they were in Maurice Duplessis’s heyday — and before. This is a warm portrait of one such village by Pierre de Bellefeuille, the editor of Le Magazine Mantean
FOR THE SAKE OF ARGUMENT 8283
MACLEAN'S REVIEWS

FOR THE SAKE OF ARGUMENT

SHIRLEY ENDEAN says trying to buy beauty makes even beautiful women ugly
ROBERT FULFORD 7879
MACLEAN'S REVIEWS

ROBERT FULFORD

ON NATIONAL UNITY: why English Canada should applaud the revolution in French Canada
ONTARIO’S FIRST REAL DROUGHT: The long, hot summer that dried up several million dollars 0_21
MACLEAN'S REPORTS

ONTARIO’S FIRST REAL DROUGHT: The long, hot summer that dried up several million dollars

THE REV. BRUCE GUY was speaking. He’s the United Church minister in Ilderton, Ont., and he was leading the prayers of as many worried farmers as his church would hold. That’s almost two hundred. The church is square and red brick; inside, the seating plan arranges the congregation in the semicircular Methodist way.
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