|Ford's new compact Maverick is popular with consumers. This one wears the Grabber package.
|Lawren Harris painted January Thaw, Edge of Town, in 1921. Today it the oil on canvas painting is in the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa.
|Sunlight has been Canada's favourite laundry soap for many years and will still be the best-selling suds in 2013.
|Marie-Josee Croze will win a Jutra and a Genie in 2000 and win Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival in 2003.
|Andy Kim sold more than a million albums with this release.
|Million Dollar Babies will tell the Dionne Quintuplets' story in a 1994 CBC television movie.
|April 5: Bobby Orr becomes the first NHL defenceman to win the scoring title.
|Le Stade Olympic Stadium will feature a retractable roof and an incline tower but they won't be completed in time for the Summer Games.
|Bruins fans go wild in Beantown. Bobby Orr is in the convertible.
|An Electrohome stereo from the late 1960s.
|June 26: The Supreme Court of Canada upholds the federal law requiring compulsory breath tests for drivers suspected of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
|The Chevrolet Chevelle was built in Oshawa, Ontario and St. Therese, Quebec.
|Nancy Durell, Miss Grey Cup 1970 with Prime Minister Trudeau.
|Toyota Corollas are assembled in Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia.