CANADA HAS A SLEEPING CRISIS on its hands that most Canadians don’t even know about — water. Within the predictable future, water will be the sorest issue between us and the United States since the Alaska Boundary Dispute sixty-five years ago, if not since the War of 1812.By BLAIR FRASER14 min
A SHRILLING RING OF THE telephone brought me awake with a jolt. My wristwatch said four o’clock. I knew that it must be my VAD supervisor calling at that hour of the morning. “They need help desperately at Drumheller," she said. “The flu seems to have taken a particularly virulent form among the miners.By GERTRUDE CHARTERS12 min
NEW SCHOOLS TRADITIONALLY open with a flurry of speeches and subside into routine as the dignitaries drive away. Last September a shabby building in the east end of Toronto quietly admitted its first five students and proceeded to launch the most unorthodox experiment in the Canadian school system.By JANICE TYRWHITT8 min
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