|Acid rain affects much of the forestland in central and Atlantic Canada.
|January 28: The Supreme Court of strikes down the abortion law, ruling that free access to abortion is a woman’s right.
|The RCMP perform their famed Musical Ride at the opening of the Winter Olympics.
|The flag is lowered in Calgary for the last time as the Olympic torch passes to Albertville, France for the XVI Winter Olympiad.
|Hydro-Quebec's headquarters are on Boulevard Rene-Levesque in Montreal.
|Kurt Browning's figure skates that he wore at the championships in Budapest.
|The first Canadian-built Honda Civic is decked out for the occasion.
|The flag of Saint-Pierre & Miquelon.
|The HMCS Halifax in 2009.
|Wayne Gretzky hoists the Stanley Cup.
|May 28: The aerosol industry announces a voluntary ban on adding chloro-fluorocarbons to spray cans. Scientists have proven that CFCs destroy the ozone layer.
|Export A is one of the nation's best-selling cigarette brands. Macdonald Tobacco Limited is based in Quebec City.
|Auschwitz was a concentration and extermination camp operated by the Nazis in Poland from 1940 to 1945. It is estimated that 1.3 million prisoners, mostly Jewish, died here. The sign says, "Work Sets One Free."
|The Churchill Falls hydro-electricty complex is the third largest in North America.
August 9: Wayne Gretzky is traded to the Los Angeles Kings in what may be the biggest deal ever made in hockey.
|The United Nations' Security Council Chamber.
|The 18th Prime Minister will publish his Memoirs in 2007.
|November 27: The Grey Cup is the property of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers after they down the BC Lions 22 to 21.
|The Canadian Auto Workers represents most of the people who build our vehicles.
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