A writer who was there when Churchill met Roosevelt in Quebec returns for a holiday steeped in history, spiced with Gallic gaiety and haute cuisine, and set off by the romantic skyline of Canada’s most charming cityBy Ken Johnstone25 min
For sixty days in 1914 a shipload of would-be Indian immigrants was held just off shore by an angry province determined to “stay white.” They fought off police, struggled in the courts, gave up when menaced by the navy, but left behind a legacy of deathBy RAY GARDNER22 min
In this fast-building country expropriation is hitting property holders in new thousands and becoming an ominous bogey to the rest. These misunderstood laws do usurp some private rights. Here's what they can — and can't—do to youBy Douglas Dacre18 min
Next to Perry Mason, Joe Cohen probably rings more switches on the law than any criminal lawyer in the business. What if his legal sleight of hand sets a guilty client free? Cohen calls that “a healthy situation”By Eric Hutton18 min
Since his tortured decision to leave the church he’s been hailed as television’s brightest new find. But he’s been hailed before — as a halfback, sports cartoonist, boy evangelist, playwright, author — and now he’s thinking about politicsBy John Clare14 min
This spring and early summer circumstances at last made it possible for me to revisit the Old Country. Ostensibly I went for a rest and a change, but also because I had been so long on this continent I was afraid I was losing my perspective. In England I discovered that this fear was well-founded.By HUGH MACLENNAN14 min
When young Lucile Wheeler brought a world ski crown back to St. Jovite she set the seal on her adventurous family’s achievements as pioneers in winter sport, aviation and the gentle art of snaring touristsBy McKenzie Porter12 min
There are two million kinds of them. They kill forests, eat crops and spread plague. We're fighting back with DDT and newer poisons— we've even enlisted radiation—but they're getting wilier and tougherBy N. J. BERRILL11 min
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