|Ford Escort takes the Number Six spot in sales this year.|
March 6: The Ontario government apologizes to the Dionne Quintuplets and settles with them for an undisclosed amount of money after years of exploitation. The shocking tale of the five sisters was made into a movie in 1994, Million Dollar Babies.
March 15: Yves Landry, president of Chrysler Canada is dead of a heart attack at the age of 60. Born in Thetford Mines, Quebec, the captain of industry was repositioning Chrysler for the future at the time of his death. The company’s profits dropped 54 percent last year.
March 27: Ottawa announces it will compensate people who contracted hepatitis C as a result of tainted blood distributed by the Canadian Red Cross.
June 10: An explosion rips through the Irving Oil Refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick, killing one worker. Damage is estimated at $25 million.
|The Right Honourable Brian Mulroney, Canada's 18th Prime Minister.|
|Canada, A Centennial Song is the best-selling single in 1967.|
August 20: The Supreme Court rules that Quebec may not legally secede from Confederation without the approval of the federal government.
September 28: Host of CBC Television’s The Fifth Estate and CTV’s W-5, investigative journalist Erik Malling is dead at the age of 52, the result of of a brain hemorrhage after falling down a flight of stairs at home.
October 1: Chanteuse, composer and actress Pauline Julien is dead. Born in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, she committed suicide in Montreal upon learning she had a debilitating brain disease.
|The United Nations' flag.|
December 9: Shaughnessy Cohen, Member of Parliament for Windsor-St. Claire, rises to speak in the House of Commons and collapses as the result of a cerebral hemorrhage.