|Prince Bernhard, Princess Margriet, Crown Princess Juliana, Princess Beatrix, Queen Wilhelmina, and Princess Irene. The Dutch Royal family lives at Stornaway in Ottawa.
|1942 DeSoto was built by workers at Chrysler Canada in Windsor, Ontario.
|The Leonardo Di Vinci will be sunk in May of this year.
|Nancy Greene in 1967 with the World Cup Ski Championship trophy.
|The Eder Dam is badly damaged.
|William Aberhart was Alberta's seventh premier.
|The TCA Lancaster carries 1179.34 kilos of mail for our soldiers in Europe.
|The Royal Canadian Army marches through Italy.
|Italian General Giuseppe Castellano accepts surrender terms of the Allies.
|The English Patient will win nine Oscars at the 69th Academy Awards in 1997.
|Tens of thousands of women work in factories building weapons for victory. Bomb Girls will follow the lives of four women working in a Canadian munitions factory on Global in 2012.
|The Polymer Rubber Corporation will be featured on the back of the $10 bill from 1971 to 1989.
|The Italy Star is given to Canadians who fought in Italy.
|Establshed in 1931, the 17 restaurants in the Salisbury House chain are loved by Winnipeggers.
|Drivers in the Keystone Province keep their 1942 plates and are issued this sticker to save metal for the war.