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The Individual (by R.B.)
Do the 12 Traditions of AA have any special meaning for the individual? Are they important to you and to me, personally, or are they significant...
The Group (by T.D.)
Anyone who has shared the early pains of a new group will undoubtedly agree that here is one place in the development of AA where experience is vital...
The Public (by H.S.)
What the public thinks about us is of ever increasing importance to each individual member of AA. If outside opinion ever has reason to turn sour on...
Memo (by THE EDITORS)
To: Group SecretariesProgram Chairman How are you going to observe "Tradition Week" in your group? There is no precedent. You're going to be setting...
AA Under the Mapleleaf
CANADA Dry. . .that's not a mixer, that's a fact and a new way of life for 7,251 citizens of the Dominion of Canada in 299 groups who are dry through...
Ontario (by R.O.H.)
Now, westward to Canada's greatest population. . .as a nation, and in AA. One hundred and twenty-six groups, 33 in Toronto alone. And what's in a...
Toronto
IN 1813 Toronto was twice looted by U.S. troops. This is said in some quarters to have caused a resentment. A totally unknown historian has pointed...
The Montreal Story (by Joe McD.)
YOU can go by foot up to the top of Mount Royal if you want to. The road spins back and forth like the busy yarn on a habitant spinning wheel. Or, in...
Sunday Morning, Dec. '44 Began The montreal Miracle (by An Anonymous Canadian in N. Y.)
IT was long distance. Montreal calling. It was a professor friend of mine who had no alcoholic problem. His urgent early morning call was the fruit...
Convoy
Rendezvous at Halifax! Throughout two world wars the ships silently assembled and as silently slipped out into the danger zone. The weak travelled...