For Ted Allan, the long march was over. In 1942, the Canadian screenwriter, now 74, pitched an idea for a movie. Last week, at the Montreal World Film Festival, Bethune: The Making of a Hero was finally unveiled. Addressing the audience before the Montreal première, Allan said, "I've been waiting 48 years to say this—I hope you enjoy the picture.”By BETHUNE BECAME A BATTLEGROUND FOR DUELLING OBSESSIONS12 min
Anyone who is inclined to believe the Ontario Liberals’ rhetoric about how good they have been for the environment (“Testing the Nineties,” Canada/Cover, Aug. 27) should note that Pollution Probe says they have a “disastrous” record on waste reduction and Greenpeace claims that they have “actually made things worse.”
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