I first met Margaret Laurence the way most people meet most writers: on the dust jacket of a book. The book was The Stone Angel, and the photograph on the back flap showed an austere, classically handsome face, with astonishing eyebrows and an expression that might best be described as “unflinching.”By MARGARET ATWOOD15 min
John Aitken’s analysis of the energy situation — The Cold Facts (February) — is informative and is well complemented by the companion articles by Lougheed, Macdonald, Wilder and Kierans. However, some glaring oversights which really embody the crux of the whole matter need to be mentioned.
It's pure conjecture, of course, but it's just possible that one of the reasons the Ottawa Rough Riders won the 1973 Grey Cup was the imported Chinese medical art of acupuncture. While it’s pretty commonly known that quarterback Rick Cassata was receiving acupuncture treatments on his injured throwing arm from the fourth game of the season, it was never revealed that a large number of the Riders — as many; I’m told, as half the team — were making regular pregame visits to the Ottawa or Hull clinics of Dr. André Gaulin.By JOHN GAULT10 min
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