She killed a man in cold blood — she had to — then she set off on foot, starved, across a frigid, merciless wasteland to try to save the lives of five children. When she achieved the impossible the white man’s unbending law held her for murder
Six million people a year think they can—by suffering shock, rattle and ferocious jiggling from an array of machines that offer exercise by proxy. And their willowy girths seem to prove it. But, say the doetors, maybe the figures lieBy BARBARA MOON14 min
From their ivy-covered strongholds, Canada’s liveliest newspapers aim a barrage of spoofs, puns and vitriol at a world that notices them only when they’re in hot water. Fortunately, they usually areBy Peter Gzowski14 min
BRITISH MOVIE MAKER Michael (The Red Shoes) Powell plans a Canadian background for a thriller about atomic research, hiring Canadians in supporting roles. His star will be “a Hollywood scientist of the Gregory Peck type.” Powell wrote the script—as yet untitled—himself, estimates production costs will exceed $1 million.
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