From the big scrapbook of time, here’s a look at Canada in 1924--
|1924 Chrysler Model B-70|
|Deputy Prime Minister Erik (left) and brother Leslie Neilsen at Erik's swearing-in ceremony at Rideau Hall in 1979.|
The British teens fan out across the country to learn about agriculture. It is hoped that many will choose to stay in Canada and become farmers.
|This is the second Stanley Cup. It will be retired tonight and replaced with a third cup next season.|
|Based on the Fiat truck, AMO F-25 cars and trucks will be built in Moscow until 1931.|
|Sir Richard Squires is Newfoundland's fifth Prime Minister.|
The taps are turned on today in Alberta for the first time since 1915 as the province-wide Liquor Control Board opens its doors. The government stores will sell hard liquor, while beer will be sold in public houses. Stores near the American border are expected to do exceptionally well as dry neighbours from the United States load up on suds and spirits.
|Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto will open in 1982.|
|This Vickers Viking Flying Boat belongs to the Royal Canadian Air Force.|
|An EKKO reception stamp is mailed to listeners as proof that they have heard the radio station's broadcast.|
|Frank “Pep” Leadlay (left) and Harry Batstone are two of the stars of the Queen’s team that have won a third consecutive Grey Cup.|