IT WASN’T EXACTLY a long - lost treasure because for two hundred and forty-one years the people of Cape Breton have known precisely where the French pay ship Le Chameau went down: there’s even a treacherous offshore reef called Chameau Rock.By ALAN EDMONDS17 min
In the beginning was Tyrone Guthrie: he created the Stratford Festival. Then Michael Langham inherited his flamboyant mantle, and it didn’t fit. But for II years this quiet man most Canadians don’t know has been Stratford’s undisputed monarch. Here’s whyBy JON RUDDY12 min
READING Wayne McLaren’s most courageous. honest and sincere article, I'm Glad They Didn't Hang My Sister’s Killer, I could only wish all MPs might have been given the opportunity to read it before the recent debate and vote on capital punishment.
SOMEONE, NOT VERY long ago, must have been telling those athletic young Canadian males in the photograph below all about the Caribbean Tour and how the tour is one lovely logical reason for them to ignore hockey, Canada’s national sport, in favor of tennis.By Grattan Gray6 min
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