|Honda Civic is the second best-selling car this year.|
|Tragically Hip will have will earned 14 Junos by 2013.|
March 31: In a surprise move, Prime Minister Chretien appoints former Progressive Conservative MP Perrin Beatty to be head of the CBC.
April 16: The Turbot War is officially over as Canada and the European Union reach an agreement on North Atlantic fishing rights.
|Toyota's Canada will mark its 25th anniversary in 2011 and the 5-millionth car will roll out the factory doors in 2012.|
June 15: Richard Weber of Chelsea, Quebec and Russian MD Mikhail Mlakhov reach Ward Hunt Island, NWT on skis. They have returned from an astonishing 108-day trek the North Pole.
August – The 1,000th Tim Horton’s store opens. This doughnut treatery is in Ancaster, Ontario.
|In 2012 the Toronto Transit Commission will boast 70 kilometres of track and an average of 1,054,200 passengers will ride The Rocket every day.|
November 4: Radarsat is launched. The spy satellite will keep a protective eye over Canada.
|24 Sussex Drive, in Ottawa is the official home of the Prime Minister.|
|Say "Hello!" to Neon.|
December 31: The top ten selling automobiles are the Chevrolet Cavalier, the Honda Civic, the Pontiac Sunfire, the Ford Escort, the Ford Taurus, the Chrysler Intrepid, the Toyota Corolla, the Pontiac Grand AM, the Honda Accord and the Dodge Neon.