|One of the most luxurious hotels in the country, Chateau Frontenac opened in 1893.|
|John Baird and one of his early television receivers.|
February 18: In New York City, police find 138 cases of champagne hidden in a boatload of potatoes from PEI. Now all potatoes from Canada will be thoroughly searched for illegal hooch.
|The 1926 Daimler Double-Six Saloon is built in the UK. King George V owns one.|
|The Princess Elizabeth at two.|
|The Norge was constructed in 1923. It is 103-metres long and has a top speed of 115 kilometres an hour.|
|Prime Minister Mackenzie King; His Excellency Lord Byng and Arthur Meighen, Leader of the King's Loyal Opposition.|
|The Right Honourable Arthur Meighen is the nation's ninth Prime Minister. He will be remembered with this stamp, issued in 1961.|
The voters have spoken, sending 128 Grits and 91 Tories to Ottawa. Mackenzie King’s Liberals are still a minority government but the 11 Progressives will prop them up. King’s victory was a surprise. He turned a corruption scandal into a fight for national sovereignty by accusing Lord Byng of interfering in domestic politics on behalf of King George VI.
September 19: Charlie Ed, the last of five elephants who escaped the circus six weeks ago, is captured near Cranbrook, British Columbia.
Hercules Kowalski, The Masked Executioner, The Masked Destroyer and Killer Kowalski he will win many championships and thrill crowds until he retires in 1977. Kowalski will die of complications from a heart attack in 2008.
December 4: In a best of five-game series, the Ottawa Senators whip the University of Toronto 10 to 7 for Lord Stanley’s Cup.
December 31: General Motors’ workers in Oshawa, Ontario built 142 Cadillacs during the calendar year.