September 1, 1946

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The Ailing Whale

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Some Other Woman's Daughter

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Canada’s Deep South

The Ailing Whale 1011
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The Ailing Whale

Gunnar may have been a mite slow on the uptake, but with a girl like Nikki and a gas boat like the Sea Otter, how could he lose?
Some Other Woman's Daughter 1617
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Some Other Woman's Daughter

Wolves like Brad Wheeler were not welcome on Flemings' doorstep. And Cherry Anderson was wolf bait... but definitely!
Canada’s Deep South 2223
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Canada’s Deep South

On lush Pelee Island you’re surrounded by pheasants, soybeans and history—and you’re as far south as California
From Broadway to the Bush 89
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From Broadway to the Bush

"Get out of town," the Manhattan doctor told the Morenuses. Now they wouldn’t trade their Sioux Lookout cabin for Radio City
Canadians Can’t Cook 1213
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Canadians Can’t Cook

Our restaurant meals are uncivilized, sniffs this critic. But, he asks, what can you expect?—Mom’s cooking’s just as bad
The Mayor and the Miser 1213
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The Mayor and the Miser

Meet Claude-Henri Grignon, Mayor of Ste. Adèle and creator of Quebec’s most hated radio character. He’s a character himself
What Will Your Child Be Like? 2021
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What Will Your Child Be Like?

Will Junior be dark or fair, genius or dullard? Meet the amazing little "inner men" who make us what we are
Berlin Letter 1415
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Berlin Letter

In Berlin, children sing in their schoolrooms... and adults cheer a man Baxter says "has the makings of another dictator."
Bevin's Rocky Road 67
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Bevin's Rocky Road

He's an imperialist, cries Russia; he's wrecking the Empire, moans Woe-Woe. What's the truth about Bevin's foreign policy?
A City Tackles Peace 2021
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A City Tackles Peace

Faced with 12,000 jobless when war ended, Worcester, Mass., rolled up its sleeves and went to work. Here’s what happened
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