ON SUNDAY MAY 17 or THIS YEAR three men were out catching bait near Hawkesbury, Ontario, a predominantly French-speaking town east of Ottawa along the Ontario-Quebec provincial boundary. They had worked their way along the banks of Little Rideau Creek to a point half a mile downstream from the main Ottawa-Montreal highway when they spotted an expensive black doctor's satchel standing in a spinney on the opposite bank.By BARBARA MOON23 min
Without tossing bombs or even staging sit-ins, the French minority in the Maritimes has more than survived a 200-year struggle against discrimination. Now Acadians have taken control of one province and are gaining fast in two othersBy IAN SCLANDERS13 min
When he took over Expo 67, Pierre Dupuy, the suave aristocrat at the left, was the least known eminent Canadian in Canada. But in half the world's capitals he could open doors no salesman could even knock on. This is what he's meant to the fairBy Terence Robertson9 min
THE DAYS when an American politician could run for high office without a phalanx of intellectuals behind him will soon be nothing more than a vague, pleasant memory. Until recently it was possible for a politician to get himself elected, even to the presidency, with nothing more than charm, piety, money, and an honest lust for power.By ROBERT FULFORD7 min
JENNIE WINGERSON IS TWENTY - ONE, has sunny blonde hair, long shapely legs and honey skin, and competes in the world's least likely sport, apart from free-style wrestling, for beautiful girls who want to keep their good looks. Jennie's sport is the pentathlon, which is the female counterpart of the decathlon, the grueling, sweaty, two - day, ten - event competition that separates ordinary athletes from the world's greatest athletes.By Jack Batten6 min
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