In a centennial year, an expatriate British Columbian looks affectionately (and sometimes critically) at his former home: "the go-the-limit province, the boom-or-bust province ...that part of Canada where nothing is done by halves"By Pierre Berton45 min
The Douglas Fir survived the Ice Age, saw Drake and Cook and gave birth to B.C.’s greatest industry. Now ravaged by loggers, made old-fashioned by science, it’s past the point of no returnBy Macdonald Reynolds24 min
It walks from Victoria's seafront like a dowager, turns seductress and merchant, and dies like a tramp. In its two-mile odyssey it is haunted by gold seekers, a genius, eccentrics, and the visionaries who wed Canada to the PacificBy Bruce Hutchison23 min
Surging “On to Ottawa” just a year ago, the west’s wonder party now seems headed for destruction. Maclean’s Ottawa editor reports on the oddly assorted men and mixed ideas that created, briefly, a unique political phenomenonBy BLAIR FRASER18 min
BEST BET CRY TERROR!: Rod Steiger (left) as a master-criminal, Inger Stevens and James Mason as his terrorized hostages, and Jack Kingman as an assistant badman are prominent in this crisp, tightly plotted suspense thriller. It was written, directed and co-produced by the versatile Andrew L. Stone, who knows how to combine tension and plausibility.By CLYDE GILMOUR3 min
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