This fabulous footpath lures hikers along five hundred miles of (almost) unspoiled wilderness from Niagara to Ontario’s rocky land’s end, Tobermory. Southbound, dedicated pedestrians can keep right on into Georgia’s magnolias
Mariner IV is morethan just another spacecraft. As it nears journey’s end, sensitive instruments and a TV camera stand ready to scan the enigmatic Red Planet What they find could unlock the deepest mystery of the universe: the origin of life itselfBy N. J. BERRILL16 min
For years Canadian Professor Marshall McLuhan has been preaching his theories of mass communications — but hardly anybody understood him. Now, suddenly, he’s becoming the hottest intellectual fad since Zen BuddhismBy ALEXANDER ROSS13 min
Treacherous greens and unfair fairways will spike many of the big guns among 150 of the world’s top golfers competing in the $100,000 Canadian Open. George Knudson, Canada’s front-running ace predicts where—and why—they’ll come to griefBy JACK BATTEN12 min
Mrs. C.R.S., Montreal Sorry, but your letter does not contain sufficient data. Ceramics have been produced for thousands of years and every country, Canada included, has copied basic designs and forms. Other than actually examining an object, identification must be based on complete descriptions of all marks, techniques, textures, etc.By GERALD STEVENS5 min
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