A pall was cast over the new federal energy policy last month when Canadian Hunter Exploration Ltd. called it the last straw, and announced that the company was moving its exploration dollars to the United States. No Canadian petroleum company has become so successful so quickly.
“I have been in every kind of business except running liquor or owning a whorehouse,” writes B.C. selfmade millionaire Gordon Gibson Sr., 76, whose autobiography, Bull of the Woods, is a runaway West Coast best seller. With his three brothers, Gibson dabbled in mining, fishing, logging, construction, whaling and provincial politics—a career-span that he calls “an average type of life in British Columbia.”
Deep in the bowels of Madison Square Garden, among the 100 lanes where Bowling for Dollars is often broadcast, a post-concert party for rock singer Bruce Springsteen was past the stage of lineups for the hotdogs and hamburgers. The rock writers covering the current Springsteen tour gathered together to bowl badly and compare notes, demonstrating once again how much rock criticism has taken on the tenor of sportswriting.By Bart Testa5 min
I would like to convey my sincere congratulations for your article Afloat in the New Land (Cover, Oct. 27). It was indeed well written, positive and warm. — MABEL G. BRAIDWOOD, Toronto The joy, happiness and great-to-bealive feeling expressed on the little boy’s face in your article on the Boat People will surely dispel fears, doubts and misgivings some may entertain about our judgments being faulty, prompted by emotion rather than reason.
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