Canada: ONTARIO: Goodbye to All That

"I get cramps. I get rheumatism. I froze my ear. I shiver night & day. I [have to] stay near the stove to steam up."

Thus last week spoke Canada's most disgruntled and disillusioned war bride, 40-year-old Mrs. Hermine Dent, British Guiana-born wife of a Canadian Army sergeant. She had been ready to make concessions, she said at her Timmons, Ont. home. She had tolerated: 1) filthy towns, 2) unsociable people, 3) unsavory food, 4) dreary houses. But she drew the line at the cold. Now she was quitting Canada and Husband Dent to go back to balmy Guiana. Asked...

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