|The 1986 Dodge Caravan is built in Windsor, Ontario. The minivan is so popular, a third shift will have to be added.
|It's one of the worst rail disasters in national history; 23 are dead and 71 injured.
|Tommy Douglas will be voted the most important politician of the 20th Century.
|The Honourable John Crosbie will be appointed as the 12th Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland & Labrador in 2008.
|Shirley Carr, 1929-2010
|Prince Charles and Princess Diana ride Vancouver's new SkyTrain. They are seen here at Patterson Station.
|The Prince County Hospital in Summerside, Prince Edward Island opened in 1912. It was the first hospital in the province outside of Charlottetown.
billing for medical procedures and consultations.
|June 20: He has been mayor of Montreal for 32 years but ill health forces His Worship, Jean Drapeau to announce his retirement from public life.
|Hank Snow's first guitar cost $12.95.
|The first World AIDS Day will be marked in 1988.
|September 16: Thanks to Queen Elizabeth, the Saskatchewan coat of arms is now augmented with a crest and supporters.
|The Terror and the Erebus were last seen in August of 1845. The remains of the ill-fated expedition will be discovered in 1985.
|The Speaker's Chair in the House of Commons is an exact replica of the chair in Britain's Parliament. It was presented as a gift to Canada on May 20th, 1921 by the United Kingdom Branch of the Empire Parliamentary Association.
|The Nansen Refuge Award was established in 1954 in honour of Fridtjof Nansen, the first League of Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the 1922 Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
|Claude Jutra's body will be identified by a note found in his pocket that read, "I am Claude Jutra."
|The Franco-Ontarian flag was hoisted up the flagpole for the first time at Sudbury University on September 25, 1975.
|The Ti-Cats win the Grey Cup for the first time since 1972.
|Ford’s 1986 Bronco, the last year for the third generation in the series, is popular with the 4x4 crowd for on-road and off-road expeditions.