Pierre Trudeau and his federal Liberals can stop nail-biting over a fragmented Canada as far as B.C.’s Tom May is concerned. May has come up with what may be the patriotic equivalent of the Pet Rock—Canadian Unity Spray at $2.99 a crack. Each non-aerosol can puffs a woodsy scent reminiscent of maple leaves.By MARSHA BOULTON6 min
Your front cover article Quest for a Foreign Policy (Jan. 26) is the best portrayal of Pierre Trudeau I have ever seen. What a pleasant contrast to the ghastly caricatures so often presented by Fotheringham on his page at the other end of the magazine.
Every year, North Americans consume between 25 and 50 million pounds of ASA in search of relief from fever, inflammation and pain. Long identified with minor afflictions, ASA (acetylsalicylic acid, popularly known by brand names such as Aspirin, Anacin and Excedrin) has been taken for granted as the lowliest drug in the medicine cabinet.By Ann Walmsley5 min
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