Not Quebec alone but every region of Canada wants more from Confederation than it is getting now. This is a report on the men and the conflicts that have brought on a new kind of national stalemate — one that will last until we work outBy Peter C. Newman12 min
THE REVENUES AND RESPONSIBILITIES of provincial governments have been among the key issues of Confederation since the beginning, and they now form a central point in the constitutional debate which faces the country. The reason is that provincial responsibilities have increased but provincial tax revenues have not kept pace.
Where do prices go up and where down? Where do border wars break out and the UN step in? Who will fly the Union Jack and who the Stars and Stripes? Here is a speculative report on the futureBy RALPH ALLEN20 min
JACQUES HEBERT is the slender, forty-year-old Montreal writer and publisher whose new paperback J'Accuse les Assassins de Coffin sold forty thousand copies in its first five weeks and, more than anything else, forced the Lesage government to re-open a notorious case in the modern history of crime in Canada.
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