|The Canadian Northern Railway station in Vancouver|
|A Roundel fighter plane used by the Royal Flying Corps.|
|The Northwest Mounted Police will become the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1920.|
Jewish interests throughout the Dominion.
|This painting by Richard Jack depicts the gas warfare in battle of Ypres.|
|People who live in the red-coloured countries are all part of the British Empire and fighting together.|
June 27: George F. Johnson of Dawson City, Yukon takes delivery of a 1915 Cadillac. The eight-cylinder, seven-passenger touring car "...is the finest automobile ever brought to the Yukon and ranks among the top-notchers to be found anywhere in the world," according to the Dawson Daily News.
July 14: A Curtiss JN-3 takes a test flight in Toronto. It is the first airplane to be built in the country.
|This chart shows the duration of prohibition across the Dominion of Canada and in the Dominion of Newfoundland.|
|Charles Tupper was an MD. His tenure as Prime Minister is the shortest--he only served for ten weeks.|