e’re just incredibly bigoted,” says a gleeful Jackie Burroughs, describing the eight strictly stereotyped characters who form the cast of The Chairman of the Board, a Canadian-made, self-confessed “Dallas of the boardroom”-style TV soap opera to be broadcast next season.By TOM MACGREGOR6 min
Why did most Canadians support the War Measures Act in 1970? Why are they content to live with restrictions on their civil liberties? Such questions have been the business of June Callwood for far longer than her 15 years as vice-president of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.
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