Fighting his way up from the slums of northern Montreal a new and major character steps jauntily into the Canadian scene in this new story by Montreal’s brilliant young novelistBy MORDECAI RICHLER43 min
Hundreds of couples seeking children get discouraged by waiting or red tape Hundreds more are finally rejected without appeal on debatable grounds Thousands of children are kept from waiting homes for religious reasonsBy ROBERT WALKER17 min
The University of Montreal is going gallantly broke while its earnest carabins prefer politics and polemics to cheerleaders and panty raids. Of course, they can relax in the students’ barBy KEN LEFOLII16 min
The level of government which affects Canadians most intimately is that which is least respected and most ignored. In no other sphere of government is the traditional Canadian apathy more apparent than in that of civic government. Newspapers speak of a “good turnout” if as few as twenty-five to thirty percent of the eligible voters go to the polls to choose a mayor and aldermen.By W. D. YOUNG SAYS10 min
The debate came to an end and from the government front bench came the familiar words: “I move that this House do now adjourn.” The electric bells rang through the corridors as the policeman in the public lobby shouted the ancient cry: “Who goes home?”By BEVERLEY BAXTER8 min
SELDOM have reporters been baffled as they were when Prime Minister Diefenbaker. back from the west, undertook to explain to the group who met him at the airport what he meant about “tight money.” What he had said was clear: “There is no tight-money policy.By BLAIR FRASER6 min
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