|Metro Peel in downtown Montreal.
|The National Film Board will chronicle Phyllis Bronfman Lambert's amazing career in 2007.
|Dr. Lewis Urry will teach at the University of Toronto. He is seen here with the Energizer battery and the Energizer Bunny, the mascot that will be introduced in 1989.
|Train is the only land transporation from Buchans to the rest of Newfoundland until a highway opens in 1956.
|Tim Horton's will sponsor the Brier in 2005.
William Kurelek is born on a farm near Whitford, Alberta. He will grow up to become a renowned artist and author of children’s stories. He will be made a Member of the Order of Canada in 1976 and die of cancer in 1977.
William Barilko is born in Timmins, Ontario. "Bashin' Bill will grow up to skate for the Toronto Maple Leafs from 1947 to 1951. Four of those five years the Leafs will win the Stanley Cup. Bill will die tragically in a plane crash in northern Quebec in 1951. The Leafs will not win another Stanley Cup until his body is found in 1962.
|This LCBO book is for 1933-1934. The passport-sized book will be replaced with a permit in 1957 and dropped completely in the 1970s.
|The giant, 10-metre tall, 6-tonne Guaranteed Pure Milk Co. Limited bottle will become a landmark in downtown Montreal in 1932. It will be restored in 2009.
April 19: The Province of New Brunswick will allow the sale of alcohol through a government control board.
|We can't buy Soviet Sapho cigarettes, now.
|The Tower of Peace and Victory is 92.2 metres tall. In 2012 it will be featured on the $20 bill.
June 12: The Privy Council in London refuses to hear legal appeals from Roman Catholics who wish to establish separate school boards in Ontario. The Privy Council will have the last word on Canadian laws until 1982.
|The Rogers Batteryless radio, Model 120 was first displayed at the CNE in 1925. It sells for $260 but a speaker costs extra.
Hockey Night in Canada.
|The Southam empire is built on newspapers.
|In 2014, 90% of all Canadians will live with fifteen minutes of a Canadian Tire Store.