Our scientists and technicians are in the forefront of the search for new knowledge about all levels of the atmosphere. Here is how they got there—and why many experts believe the prosperity of the next generation of Canadians will depend on how well this one masters the techniques of the space raceBy D. G. M. COXE17 min
Sixty years ago the Rev. Isaac Barr led into the prairies a band of Englishmen who’d never plowed a field, seen a blizzard—or dealt with anyone as fast with a buck as the reverend. This is how the famous Barr colonists survived Barr to found Lloydminster, Sask.By HELEN EVANS REID15 min
The men at right are two of the thousands of Russian sailors who are now getting their first view of Canada because of our recent wheat deal with their country. Here is Ken Johnstone’s report on how some of them behaved on their first friendly invasion
This is what went on behind closed doors when a great American bank recently took over a small Canadian one — and why the veiled threat of retaliation against Canadian businesses operating in the U. S. may be just the first threat of manyBy Peter C. Newman7 min
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