“This land of shaven stone and stunted trees was called Ontario, but . . . the north was a separate province in everything but political arrangements, its people a separate breed, its life turned forever northwardBy Northern Ontario27 min
IT IS THE FATE of many television announcers to smile into suddenly emptied living rooms and hold up economy-sized cartons for an absent audience that is hastily preparing salami sandwiches, breaking open ice-cube trays or slipping out of a girdle.By JUNE CALLWOOD17 min
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