Even if you belong to the minority who don’t own at least one car, what goes on in our auto factories - and in those of Britain, France, and even Japan - is of vital importance to your very way of life. For increasingly, as the auto industry goes, so goes Canada’s prosperityBy ALAN EDMONDS25 min
Only one man stands between George Chuvalo and what he wants most, the heavyweight championship of the world. He’s Canada’s best hope since Tommy Burns, but in every bout he gambles with oblivionBy ALISON GRANT12 min
More than 3,000 Canadians take their own lives each year, yet only the Salvation Army is organized to fight the problem. But new prevention centres in Europe and the U.S., with 24-hour stand-by teams of specialists ready to help, offer a pattern for action here. Here’s how they workBy BEN ROSE10 min
Impossible, they said. So she did it. She needed a prohibitive three million dollars, film savvy, and confidence by the shipload. She raised the first, she had the rest. Now this elegant, audacious redhead is offering viewers the largest Canadian-produced TV film series ever.By SUSAN DEXTER6 min
YOUNG RADICALS looking back on their summer efforts — the peace marches, the demonstrations, the sit-ins — may wonder what the lasting results have been — if any. In Toronto, for instance, the young protesters concerned about Selma, Alabama, may have succeeded only in showing a few people where the U.S. Consulate is.By IAN ADAMS4 min
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