|The 1962 Cadillac Sedan de Ville six-window sedan retails for $6,687. Folks purchase 2,830 of the GM’s posh flagships during the calendar year.
|Northern Electric began offering telephones in colours other than black in 1956.
|Stamps and currency are issued in both French and English.
|Thalidomide is prescribed by doctors under the trade names of Kevadon and Talimol.
|Macintosh the Cat is the logo for Mac's Milk. He will be replaced by Hibou the Owl in 1999.
|Workers will build 21,852 Ramblers this year, up from 8,606 in 1961.
|Trent University will be built along the Otonabee River.
|Hillman will become part of Chrysler UK before the brand is laid to rest in 1970.
|St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary opened in 1873. It is the nation's third oldest federal prison. It will close in 1989.
|The Right Honourable John George Diefenbaker is our 13th Prime Minister.
The magnificent skyscraper is designed in the shape of a cross and takes honours as the tallest building in the British Commonwealth.
|Dr. Colin Franklin, Keith Brown and Dr. John Barry (left to right) with the Alouette. Canada is the third country in the world, after the Soviet Union and the United States, to put a satellite into space.
|The Canada-only Acadian will be one of the General Motors family of fine cars to use locally made automatic transmissions.
|Arthur Lucas (left) and Ronald Turpin (right) are the last men to be hanged.
|Pontiac is the best selling car in the country. A top-of-the-line Parisienne four-door hardtop is seen here.
|Studebaker sponsors the popular TV comedy Mr. Ed. The plot line revolves around a talking horse.