From the big scrapbook of time, here’s a look at Canada in 1936-
|This 1909 Tudhope-McIntyre is featured a 1958 Mobiloil advertisement.|
|Our hockey team misses gold (above) but comes home with Olympic silver.|
|Downtown Fredericton is flooded with 33 centimetres of water.|
|Goalie Normie Smith makes 92 saves for the Red Wings in tonight's game.|
|When cars no longer run, folks hitch them to their horses and call them 'Bennett Buggies' after the Prime Minister.|
|The Silver Dart is depicted flying over Cape Breton Island.|
July 4: The fiercest heat wave of the Twentieth Century kills more than 5,000 people across North America including many in Manitoba and Ontario. The continent-wide disaster will finally come to an end on August 14.
|VOCM stands for the Voice of the Common Man. It will still be strong in 2013.|
Canadians warm up their Marconis to hear His Majesty’s farewell speech on the CBC at 6 o’clock Atlantic Standard Time.
|1936 Chrysler Imperial Airflow|