Canada: THE DOMINION: Now You See It, Now You Don't

Once, and then for only a minute, the lid of secrecy was lifted from Canada's espionage case (TIME, Feb. 25). The two-man Royal Commission, investigating Prime Minister Mackenzie King's charges that Canadians had peddled Government secrets to Russia, reported that: 1) eleven men and two women were being questioned; 2) evidence confirmed the serious nature of the matter; 3) there could be no public announcements for another "two or three weeks."

Then the lid popped on again.

Ottawa well knew, and so did many another discerning Canadian, that the Russian search for scientific data in the Dominion was neither surprising...

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