|The 'Candlestick' phone is the latest style across the country.
|Tarzan of the Apes is one of the most popular movies this year. Will it be banned in Manitoba?
|Women are hired to pump gas at Imperial Oil service stations, as part of the war effort.
Dodge Brothers opens an automobile factory in Windsor, Ontario in 1918. The five-passenger centre-door sedan is seen here.
|The Victoria Cross is the nation's highest military honour. It is awarded for valour in duty.
|Women were influential in the prohibition era.
|The Dominion Bureau of Statistics gathers facts about us. It reports that 866 new washing machines are bought every week by families in Ontario.
|Canada's first airmail stamp is issued today.
|At the age of 16, Katherine Stinson is the fourth woman in the world to earn her pilot's license.
|This painting, by artist Kenneth Forbes, is entitled 'Canadian Artillery in Action, 1918'.
|Even children wore masks to ward off the Spanish flu.
|Painted by Colonel Louis Keene, 'Canadians Outside the Depot – Siberia, Russia' depicts our soldiers in action.
|Automotive pioneer Colonel R. Samuel Mclaughlin will be honoured by Canada Post in 2008.
|Everyone is required to wear masks in Alberta as a precautionary measure against the Spanish flu.
|General Motors of Canada, Limited will build Chevrolet automobiles as well as the other brands in GM's stable.
|Robert Laird Borden is Canada's eighth prime minister. He will step down from office in 1920.