|Ford is the second best selling car in the Dominion in 1954. The Mainline Tudor Sedan retails for $2,132.
|The compact Hudson Jet is built in Tilbury, Ontario.
|The 1954 Meteor Ranch Wagon is built in Oakville, Ontario.
|1954 Nash Rambler four-door sedan tipped the scales at 1 195 kilos on a stretched 2 743-millimetre wheelbase.
|Fargo is sold by Chrysler-Plymouth dealers.
|The Oldsmobile 88 is General Motors' mid-priced entry in the domestic market.
|The Soviet team at opening ceremonies of the 21st World Hockey Championship.
|Ford's Plant One in Windsor, Ontario.
|This picture was taken on opening day. The 7.4-kilometre long system has 12 stations, stretching from Union Station to Eglinton Avenue.
|1954 Fargo YA is built by workers at Chrysler Canada in Windsor, Ontario.
|Joseph R. Smallwood has been Newfoundland and Labrador's only premier since joining Confederation in 1949. He will leave office in 1972.
|The Hudson Hornet and Wasp is imported from the United States. The Jet is built in Tilbury, Ontario.
|People who don't yet have a television set at home can come downtown to Eaton's Department Store on Portage and watch.
|The 1955 Studebaker President has a wheelbase of 3 060 millimetres and weighs in at 1 397 kilos. In Regal trim the price is $2,702 f.o.b. Hamilton.
|CKCW will become part of CTV in 1969.
|The ninth best selling car this year is Monarch. It is slotted between Mercury and Lincoln in the Ford family lineup.