Once again we have had to endure a December issue of “Canada’s National Magazine” without any recognition of the Christmas season except for some of the ads which exploit this sacred season for material advantage. Are we to conclude that the editors of Maclean’s have never heard of, let alone appreciate, the great message of hope that Christmas brings to our sick and weary old world?
November 10, 1972. Driving back from meetings at Mont Gabriel, Quebec, to Ottawa. Last night, I gave a speech to a gathering of my departmental officials, people from Manpower and Immigration who were at a seminar working out new ideas for forthcoming legislation.By BRYCE MACKASEY10 min
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