Issue: 19770321

Monday, March 21, 1977
March
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Wednesday, April 20, 2016
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Wm. Teacher's and Sons Ltd.
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Wm. Teacher's and Sons Ltd.
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Interview
With Dennis McDermott of the United Auto Workers
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Dennis McDermott, Canadian director of the powerful United Auto Workers of America, wades through controversy in a bulldog fashion. Compact and pugnacious, fond of flowered shirts and medallions,he has spent most of his life fighting for the blue-collar worker, the ordinary guy on the assembly line.
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NATIONAL MUSEUMS CANADA
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NATIONAL MUSEUMS CANADA
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GM: Chevrolet
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When Alaskan oil starts flowing, Canada will get its share-every time there’s a spill
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Walter Stewart
Soon now, oil from Alaska will begin to move by tanker down Canada’s west coast, enormously increasing the probabilities of a disastrous oil spill. The oil will move despite the fact that there has, as yet, been no satisfactory answer to two crucial questions: what the hell are the Americans going to do with the stuff when they get it, and what will happen when a calamitous spill occurs?
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Smirnoff
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Smirnoff
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Letters
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Just when everything was going along so nicely, too
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I want to commend you on your recent series of timely articles on extended fisheries jurisdiction. However, I must point out two inaccuracies which detract from the quality of the articles. In Mostly From Bad To Worse (January 10) you identify Howard Cole as an Armed Forces Officer.
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Cora Vermouths
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Ontario Science Centre
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Ontario Science Centre
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Preview
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Can an obscure MLA find prominence with a right-to-die bill? Indeed
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Historically in the Ontario Legislature at least two things were deemed to be selfevident; first, a private member’s bill was to be studiously and terminally ignored, and, second, Lorne Maeck was not a political name to be conjured with.
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Canada
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Election? Let’s see the budget first
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IAN URQUHART
It was a stunning reversal. After trailing the Conservatives for a full year in the influential Gallup polls, the Liberals were suddenly ahead. In early February, even before Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau’s triumphant visit to Washington, the poll showed the Liberals favored by 41% of the voters and the Conservatives by 37%.
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Canada
QUEBEC CITY
The preparatory stage
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JULIANNE LABRECHE
It was an opening fraught with false starts. The rookie Parti Québécois Speaker, Clement Richard, almost adjourned the new session of the Quebec National Assembly by mistake in his first sentence, and his mix-up in terminology had to be corrected by PQ House Leader Robert Burns.
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Canada
OTTAWA
Workin’ on the railroad
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ROBERT LEWIS
“There are people who still yearn for what is romantically known as the far-off, haunting wail of a steam whistle. We Westerners who have heard it will never forget the sound of that whistle, but today it is only something for the older generations, the poets and the writers.
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Canada
FREDERICTON
Somebody’s got to go
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DAVID FOLSTER
He first swept into office in 1970 with a ringing pledge of clean government, telling voters: “I give you my word and my word is good.” In the years since, New Brunswick premier Richard Hatfield has worked meticulously to build a reputation as an incorruptible provincial leader in a region never noted for its political purity.
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Canada
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Rats, it seems, shouldn’t use too much saccharin
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JULIANNE LABRECHE
Saccharin has been used as a sugar substitute around the world for more than 80 years. It’s found in dairy products, dietetic desserts, canned fruits, chewing gum, toothpaste and mouthwash. It’s widely used in tablet form to sweeten the coffee and tea of diabetics and others who shun sugar.
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Canadian Club
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Closeup/Prisons
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The halls of anger
Canada’s prisons: a study in failure
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Michael Enright
I’ll endure anything, your red-hot tongs and molten lead, your racks and prongs and garrotes—all your fiendish gadgets, everything that burns and flays and tears—I’ll put up with any torture you impose. Anything, anything would be better than this agony of mind, this creeping pain that gnaws and fumbles and caresses one and never hurts quite enough.
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Holiday Inns OF CANADA LIMITED
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Holiday Inns OF CANADA LIMITED
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GORE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
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GORE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
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Maraca
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AIR CANADA
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AIR CANADA
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FORD: THUNDERBIRD
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FORD
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Indian Government Tourist Office
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Indian Government Tourist Office
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Cointreau
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Cointreau
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UNITED
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Amway of Canada, Ltd.
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Amway of Canada, Ltd.
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British airways
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British airways
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Sears
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Sears
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MacCosham VAN LINES
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MacCosham VAN LINES
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Closeup/Politics
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The Turner campaign
Never mind what he says. Watch what he does
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Robert Lewis
Eighteen months have passed since John Turner resigned as Pierre Trudeau’s finance minister, subsequently gave up his parliamentary seat and plunged into the busy and lucrative business of a Bay Street lawyer swathed in a half dozen prestigious company directorships.
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Italian Government Travel Office
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Italian Government Travel Office
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Pitney Bowes Mailing Systems
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Pitney Bowes Mailing Systems
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Closeup/Show Business
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A woman in her prime
Face to face with Liv Ullmann
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Michael Posner
Liv Ullmann is on her knees. Her mouth is distended in silent agony. Her clear blue eyes swim wildly in their sockets. Sweat forms on her forehead. Now a gasp, a muffled scream, rises from her diaphragm, wells up in her throat and erupts. It is a cry of absolute terror.
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Aquascutum (Canada) Ltd.
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Aquascutum (Canada) Ltd.
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Thomas Adams Distillers Ltd.
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Thomas Adams Distillers Ltd.
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CHRYSLER CANADA LTD.
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CHRYSLER CANADA LTD.
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The World
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The siege of Washington, and how the power of prayer somehow prevailed
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They struck, like actors responding to a cue, within days of the release in Washington of a study warning that hostage-taking terrorism was likely to increase. But there was nothing make-believe about the ruthless precision with which the 12 vengeful members of the tiny Hanafi Muslim sect macheted and shot their way into three of the U.S. capital’s most prominent buildings and grabbed more than 100 hostages; and if police, too, had not read their lines— the study urged restraint and careful negotiation rather than force—the 38-hour siege might have ended in tragedy rather than in the joyful reunions that marked its collapse.
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The World
THE MIDDLE EAST
A less-impossible dream
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IRENE BEESON
When the presidents of Egypt, Syria and the Sudan emerged from two days of talks in Khartoum this month and announced that they had set up a joint political command, the atmosphere was euphoric. Syria’s Hafez al-Assad and the Sudan’s Nimeiry both hailed a new step toward Arab unity, while Egypt’s Anwar Sadat went on record with the view that the agreement was “a means of jointly facing Israel.”
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The World
VIENNA
Too near the sun?
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LAWRENCE DAVIS
He started small—picking up tennis balls and pfennigs as a ball boy on the courts of his native Austria. His first job, as an apprentice mechanic, did not rate much either. But then Gerhard Berger invented an industrial oven, and that prosaic if lucrative discovery set him firmly on the champagne path which led to a private jet, a luxury yacht, a gold-colored Rolls-Royce, an island in a Canadian lake, a Bahamas estate—and, finally, a Viennese jail.
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People
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Princess Margaret’s flirtations with black sheepdom have apparently come to an end. With the Queen off on an extended tour to celebrate her Silver Jubilee year, the princess, whose separation from Lord Snowdon and her relationship with young Roddy Llewellyn made her a figure of scandalous proportions a year ago, is diligently pursuing her royal duties again.
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Business
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A bit odd, of course, but he gets the job done
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Peter Brimelow
“It’s worthwhile to pay for eccentricity,” says one investment client of G. Leigh Skene, economist with Toronto stockbrokers Burns Fry Limited. “Consensus views have a way of not panning out. If you’re not wired in, you’re constantly surprised by change.”
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Sports
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George Chuvalo may be a fat old man-but when you call him that, smile
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JERRY GLADMAN
As a boxing match, it was hardly inspiring: 8½ one-sided rounds of pushing, holding, butting, sweating and pummeling before an aging, flabby George Chuvalo was able to do away with Bob (Pretty Boy) Felstein. In the process, “Georgie Jello,” as Felstein called him, proved that Pretty Boy, a longtime verbal foe, was courageous but not much else.
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Lifestyles
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Margaret in Wonderland
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David Cobb
“I don’t intend to be just a rose in my husband’s lapel,” Margaret Trudeau said once. In six years of marriage she has kept strenuously to her promise—never more so than in her high-profile visits earlier this month to two intimate Toronto performances by Britain’s raunchy Rolling Stones, followed by a New York jaunt to the ballet (Mikhail Baryshnikov) and to a famous photographic studio (Richard Avedon).
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Lemon Hart
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Toronto
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AMERICAN AIRLINES
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AMERICAN AIRLINES
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Grand Duke
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Canada Cement Lafarge Ltd.
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Canada Cement Lafarge Ltd.
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Science
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She may not be much to look at, but she’s a great conversationalist
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TERENCE DICKINSON
Q. How do you talk to a 400-pound gorilla? A. Politely. Very politely. It may come as no surprise to Charlton Heston, Roddy McDowall, Maurice Evans and all the rest of the gang from Planet Of The Apes, but suddenly the old joke’s not the least bit funny.
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Science
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The long dry summer
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TERENCE DICKINSON
Scarcely a region of North America has escaped the wacky weather this winter. Although extraordinary cold gripped the east (Miami actually received a sprinkling of snow), the more serious problems belong to the west, where an ominous drought is threatening the way of life of more than 40 million Americans and Canadians.
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Travel
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The ship that rocked the boat
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CASEY BALDWIN
Given their seafaring tradition, it was inevitable that sooner or later the Nova Scotians would get into the cruise-ship business. Given their penchant for political controversy and ill-starred public projects, it was just as inevitable that the decision to guarantee with public funds the $5.65-million purchase price of the luxury liner Mercator One would trigger a rumpus.
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Advertisements
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The Audi Fox Sedan
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The Audi Fox Wagon
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Press
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If one of them-Star or Gazette-has to go, it won’t be quietly
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ROBERT MILLER
At a time when most anglophone institutions in Quebec are keeping their heads down, if not running for cover, the two English-language newspapers in Montreal are suddenly making more noise than they have in years. Aware that they’re sitting on the Canadian story of the decade and worried that perhaps the town may not prove big enough for both of them, the morning Gazette and the evening Star are in the midst of an old-fashioned shootout.
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AMERICAN EXPRESS
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AMERICAN EXPRESS
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CAE Industries Ltd.
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CAE Industries Ltd.
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Television
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Is there really a case for the case against the CBC’s French network?
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GRAHAM FRASER
Louis Martin, Radio-Canada’s director of information programming for television, was sitting in his office in Montreal’s huge Radio-Canada headquarters, and he seemed baffled. It was shortly before Prime Minister Trudeau announced he was asking the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission to conduct an inquiry into whether the government-owned French and English TV networks are supplying balanced coverage of Canada.
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Films
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Can a has-been find happiness with a never-was? In this case, yes
THE LATE SHOW Directed by Robert Benton
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Art Carney is Ira Wells, a semi-retired private eye who travels by bus, wears a hearing aid and suffers from bleeding ulcers and fallen arches. Lily Tomlin is Margo, a never-was film actress who keeps herself together by moving stolen goods, pushing a little dope to pay off her analyst, managing an aspiring singer and trying to get her own dress-design business going.
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Films
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Droll on ice
SLAP SHOT Directed by George Roy Hill
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URJO KAREDA
Slap Shot is a loud, rowdy, foul-mouthed locker-room cartoon of a movie, with so much relentless energy and punch that you fear for your life if you don’t respond to it. Nancy Dowd’s script, George Roy Hill’s direction and Dede Allen’s editing give this comic fable about minor-league hockey a hard-driven momentum.
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A man’s reach should exceed his grasp, or what’s a second novel for?
THE INVENTION OF THE WORLD by Jack Hodgins
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BARBARA AMIEL
When British Columbia’s Jack Hodgins, 38, published his first book last year—a collection of short stories titled Spit Delaney's Island—enthusiastic publicity flacks dubbed him “a writer’s writer.” Whether or not this was a good thing (as opposed to “a reader’s writer”), the literary establishment quickly twigged to the phenomenon of Hodgins as underground superstar and came up with reviews of his book at once respectful and slightly hushed in tone.
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More troubled hearts
THE YOUNG IN ONE ANOTHER’S ARMS by Jane Rule
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“The mass of men,” wrote Thoreau, “lead lives of quiet desperation,” and in this at least Jane Rule agrees with him. From her first novel, Desert Of The Heart (1964), she has concerned herself with the way in which quietly desperate people try to find community with one another.
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MACLEAN'S BEST-SELLER LIST
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1 Trinity, Uris (2) 2 Lady Oracle, Atwood (1) 3 Storm Warning, Higgins (4) 4 Sleeping Murder, Christie (3) 5 Ghost Fox, Houston (7) 6 Slapstick, Vonnegut (5) 7 Touch Not The Cat, Stewart (6) 8 Separation, Rohmer (8) 9 The Crash of ’79, Erdman 10 The Doctor’s Wife, Moore (10)
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Bringing back the past—at today’s prices
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JULIANNE LABRECHE
It was a particularly Canadian irony that James Hooper, an English civil servant in the early 1900s, could bicycle about to British antique and curio shops and amass a collection of rare native artifacts from Canada unsurpassed by any at home.
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Money still can’t buy happiness-and if you don’t believe that, check out Alberta
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Allan Fotheringham
Architecture has a way of revealing the personality of the inmates. If the structure is such an icon as a legislative building, an entire province is unfrocked. Could anything be more illustrative of Ontario than that squat, bulbous remnant of some pharaoh’s palace, done in railroad red, that sits on University Avenue and is known as Queen’s Park?
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