|Saskatchewan Provincial Police badges.|
|The CCM plant in 1910.|
|His Excellency, The Duke of Devonshire, Governor General, inspect the Alberta Provincial Police.|
|"The Canoe" painted by Tom Thomson in 1912.|
|Passchendaele will be made into a movie in 2008.|
|Canada's 'passport' is a one-page document with the Royal Seal and the Governor General's signature.|
|In 1917 all Gray-Dort models list for $885. A khaki top adds $15 to the price tag and choosing an optional colour adds another $25 to the final bill.|
The most posh McLaughlin-Buick money could buy in 1917 is this Model D-Six-47, a seven-passenger touring car, listing for $2,300. For that price one could buy two McLaughlin-Buick roadsters and still have cash left over.