For twenty years an electorate of Christian men with red necks and white foreheads supported a government that changed their province and influenced all of Canada. This is the story of how that government worked, why it fell, and what it's like now in the most Canadian part of Canada, SaskatchewanBy PETER GZOWSKI21 min
Now they’re going after what the suffragettes didn’t get — the right of every woman to “fulfill” herself by using her brains on creative work. Housewives who are wasting themselves on homes and children are rising to the battle all over the U. S. and Canada. They may even change the way men liveBy ROBERT FULFORD20 min
AN EFFORT was once made to have the road on which we lived called Argyll Street, as an attempt was also made to have the second road to the north called Silver Street. But the community had a strong preference for blunt nomenclature. The road to the north ran through light, sandy soil.By John Kenneth Galbraith20 min
Makarios III has been a dark presence in some of the bloodiest headlines of the last decade. On his decisions, largely, turn the issues of a greater war or a lasting peace in the Mediterranean — and the fate of the Canadian contingent there. Here is the man up closeBy RALPH ALLEN17 min
MY LIFE AT SEA was like Joshua Slocum’s in the same way that the buffoon you see in the wavy mirror outside a midway fun-house looks like somebody you know. In his own day Slocum's exploits were the talk of all the oceans; mine were something I kept quiet about for several years, while I grew a thicker skin.
In Igor Gouzenko’s day the communist spies in Canada were idealistic amateurs. Now they’re “superbly trained professionals” who use methods like James Bond’s to go after the oddest informationBy BLAIR FRASER13 min
Thousands of Canadian children never really grow up because of brain damage that’s seldom detected and almost never treated. Noah Kronick is one of them. But Noah’s parents refused to believe their son was hopeless. This is how they taught him to live like any other boy By Jane Becker
THE FILM Mr. Pearson has already produced one of the most curious political controversies of recent years, and the chances are that the argument surrounding it will continue at least till the end of the next federal election camBut eventually this specific issue may be seen as only a prelude to a much broader argument over the possibilities and dangers of the film techniques that have been developed during the last few years in the United States, France and Canada.By ROBERT FULFORD6 min
CANADA Is MOVING surely and stupidly in the direction of state-run lotteries and sweepstakes. The Royal Commission on Health Services gave the idea a tremendous boost in respectability a few weeks ago when it said the provinces might use lotteries, among other things, to help pay for a national medicare plan.
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