Canada: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: No More Prowling

Across the Canadian prairies, clotted in communities of their own, live groups of Slavic peoples who cling to their Old Country customs, languages and church ties. Last week the External Affairs Department at Ottawa decided that it was high time to fence off such folds from Communist critters who prowl about them.

Since war's end, members of the Soviet Embassy and the Yugoslav Legation in Ottawa have been out among the Slavic settlements. The Russians have tried to make the Ukrainians Soviet-minded. The Yugoslavs, working along somewhat similar lines, have already persuaded some 2,000 Canadian-Yugoslavs to return to Tito-land (TIME,...

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