CANADA: Breathing Spell

In the six weeks since he upset Canada's 22-year-old Liberal government in a form-shattering election victory, Prime Minister John George Diefenbaker has been one of the world's busiest statesmen. At a Commonwealth Conference in London, Tory Diefenbaker plugged hard for brisker Canadian-British trade, proposed that his fellow chiefs of government meet next in Canada; back in Ottawa, he presided over sessions of his brand-new Cabinet to chart Canada's new political course. Last week, in his first breathing spell since he took office, John Diefenbaker flew to home town Prince Albert (pop....

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