|Workers at Chrysler Canada in Windsor, Ontario turn out Dodge Scout Cars around the clock.
|Ronnie the Bren Gun Girl is known from coast to coast, featured as the poster girl, helping to win the war. She builds weapons at the Inglis factory in Torono.
|The airport at Fort Nelson, British Columbia now belongs to Canada.
|Stephen Leacock will be honoured with a stamp in 1969.
|The 1940 RCA Victor Little Nipper is manufactured in Canada.
|Both Ford and GM built Canadian Military Pattern Trucks for the war effort.
|The Poplar Hill School serves the municipalites of Daly, Whitehead, Elton and Cornwallis, Manitoba. The one-room school will close in 1967, the 24 students will be sent to larger schools.
|Johnny Taylor is MVP and will return to play for the Montreal Allouettes after the war.