From the big scrapbook of time, here’s a look at Canada in 1960--
|Voting in a federal election on a reservation in 1960.
|By 1980 we will consume 18 million kilos of Kraft peanut butter a year.
|Prime Minister Meighen was our ninth Prime Minister.
|The Great Slave Highway will become part of the Yellowknife Highway. The 188-kilometre road will be paved in 2006.
|Glen Ivey is host of The Nature of Things. David Suzuki will begin to host the show in 1979.
|Introduced in World War One, Canada War Bonds will become Canada Savings Bonds in 1946.
|Homegrown in 1961, the Rambler Classic 6 Super four-door sedan sells for $2,833 and the Classic 8 Super four-door sedan costs $2,995, fob Brampton, Ontario.
|The $25 bill was issued in 1935 to mark the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary. Windsor Palace is engraved on the obverse side.
|Built in Oshawa, Ontario, Chevrolet's rear-engined compact Corvair was innovative but not a hit with consumers.