From the big scrapbook of time, here’s a look at Canada in 1941-
|The 1941 Pontiac DeLuxe Torpedo Four-door Sedan rides on a trim 3 022-millimetre (119-inch) wheelbase.
|First Ministers object to the federal government's attempt to grab more power from the provinces.
|The 1941 Studebaker Champion
|New Fords come down the assembly line.
|The St. Lawrence Seaway is 3 774 kilometres long.
|U-boat 552 will be scuttled by its crew on May 2, 1945 to keep it from falling into Allied hands.
|Conscientious objectors build a road through Banff National Park in Jasper, Alberta. COs are looked down by many on as men who don't love their country.
|The Boblo Island Amusement Park opened in 1898. It will draw millions of tourists until it closes in 1993.
|Ron Turcotte astride Triple Crown winner, Secretariat.
|The HMCS Arrowhead was built in Sorel, Quebec and commissioned last year.
|The USS West Virginia battleship burns and sinks after the Japanese attack the Hawaiian port of Pearl Harbour on December 7, 1941. More than 2,400 Americans die in the surprise raid.
|St. Pierre & Miquelon is the first part of France to be liberated from the pro-Nazi Vichy government.
|This photo shows a few of the more than 1,400 Canadian soldiers who were captured by the Japanese in the Battle of Hong Kong. They will spend four years in miserable conditions before they are liberated.
|1941 Ford C11ADF started life as a station wagon. It was shipped to Cairo where it was modified for Field Marshall Sir Harold Alexander. It features right-hand drive.