Canada: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: A Wink & a Nod

Ottawa politicos must never forget the No. 1 rule of Dominion politics: whatever you do, don't make Quebec sore. In following this ironclad precept last week, the Federal Government winked at violations of the immigration laws and gave a nod to the violators.

The violators were four Frenchmen accused (and convicted in absentia by drumhead courts) of wartime collaboration with the Nazis. The four were small fry compared with Count Jacques Duge de Bernonville (TIME, Sept. 20), who was still battling against a deportation order in Montreal courts last week. But they were guilty of the same offense against Canada's laws:...

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