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Sport: The Battle of Montreal

An artist loses his title to a brawler in a thriller It was billed, in French-speaking Montreal, as le face a face historique: the historic confrontation, a...

Canada: Turner's Turn

Out front for Trudeau's job Ever since John Turner abruptly resigned as Pierre Trudeau's Finance Minister in 1975 and gave up his seat in Parliament a few...

Sport: The Past Is Always Present

Tradition spurs the Canadiens In Montreal, it isn't springtime until the Canadiens win the Stanley Cup. Let the breezes warm; bid the birds return. In the home...

Sport: A Dynasty Spoils a Miracle

Montreal wins—again—by deflating the gallant Rangers In the National Hockey League, miracles never cease; they just run afoul of the Montreal Canadiens. So it...

Canada: Upset in Ottawa

A new Conservative leader For three days, eight candidates for leadership of Canada's Progressive Conservative Party pressed the flesh and corralled supporters...

CANADA: The Mayor of Montreal

Three years ago Montreal's ex-Mayor Camillien Houde, who had just retired after running the city with all the uproar, fun and profit of a bingo game, was asked...

CANADA: Secession v. Survival

Most Canadians understand that the rupture of their country would be a crime against the history of mankind. —Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau It is more and...

Art: Halifax Gentleman

In the Nova Scotia Museum of Fine Arts in Halifax, an impressive array of notables assembled one day last week for a special ceremony: the presentation of two...

CANADA: Quebec: Not Doomsday, But a Shock

Honking auto convoys coursed through the streets of Montreal last week, blaring a cacophonous chorus of triumph. At the city's temple of ice hockey, the...

Canada: A Pragmatist for the Tories

A new political leader appeared last week on the Canadian national scene. His name is Robert Stanfield, he comes from Nova Scotia, he has a long, fine stone...

INTERNATIONAL: Hitler Touches Wood

Tall, reedy, gentle, devoutly religious and pro-German is Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, Viscount Halifax of Monk Bretton in the West Riding of York, Baron...

Sport: King of the Kings

If the Montreal Canadiens were looking over their shoulders in disbelief last week, they could hardly be blamed. With an undefeated streak stretching through 21...

Religion: Norwood in Nova Scotia

What can a minister believe? A minister can believe in anything that suits him, from the doctrines of Pythagoras to those of Mahomet. What can a minister...

Canada at War: THE PROVINCES: Secession!

At the head of the Great Lakes in Ontario's twin cities, Port Arthur and Fort William (pop. 55,000), the cry of secession was heard last week. The man who...

Canada: ONTARIO: Flying West

Ontario's Premier George Drew, who had made a quick manpower-shopping tour of England to ease his province's labor shortage (TIME, May 26), solved his biggest...

CANADA: Levesque Checked

The man who wants to lead 6 million Quebeckers out of Canadian confederation made a spirited appeal to the hearts and pocketbooks of U.S. businessmen last week...

GREAT BRITAIN: Halifax to Heaven

Groom of the Bedchamber to sprightly Edward VII when he was Prince of Wales was Viscount Halifax who lay dead last week at 95. In Hickleton Hall with many...

CANADA: Montreal's Taste in Mayors

Bustling Montreal, biggest Canadian city (818,000) and No. 3 French-speaking metropolis of the world,* has a Gallic taste in mayors, and last week she...