CANADA: West After Suez

At the Canadian immigration center in London's Mayfair district, long queues of men, women and children overflowed into the street from morning to night all last week. Ordinarily, winter is a quiet time at Canada's overseas immigration bureaus. But ever since the Suez crisis, immigration offices in Britain have been stormed by a steady rush of Britons who want to move to Canada.

Although most queuers loyally denied it, statistics clearly indicated that the ill-fated Suez adventure had powerfully affected the Britons' decision to leave. The British emigrant flow to Canada...

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