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Canada Day!July 1st, 20158 months to go.
On this Day:
- Oct. 21, 1965: GG Vanier officially opened the Concordia Bridge, linking Montreal Island with the man-made islands of the Expo ‘67 site. Sent 14 hours ago
- On Oct. 21, 1880 – A contract was signed with the present Canadian Pacific Railway Company to build the transcontinental railway. Sent 18 hours ago
- On Oct. 21, 1876 – Manitoba’s first wheat shipment to eastern Canada: 857 bushels of Red Fife. #CdnHistory #canada #trivia #OTD Sent 19 hours ago
- On Oct. 21, 1852 – Robert Campbell began the 3,000 mile snowshoe walk of his 4,828km (9,000-mile) journey to find a wife. Sent 20 hours ago
- On Oct. 21, 1755 – Another large group of Acadians was sent to British colonies in the south. #CdnHistory #canada #trivia #OTD #acadians Sent 21 hours ago
- Oct. 20, 1960 – Sir John A. Macdonald Hall, the new law school of Queen’s University, was officially opened by Prime Minister Diefenbaker. Sent 1 day ago
- On Oct. 20, 1920 – British Columbia ended prohibition by voting for government control. #CdnHistory #canada #trivia #OTD Sent 1 day ago
- On Oct. 20, 1919 – United Farmers won the Ontario election; E. C. Drury became premier. #CdnHistory #canada #trivia #OTD Sent 1 day ago
- On Oct. 20, 1899 – Britain and the United States failed to agree on the Alaska boundary. #CdnHistory #canada #trivia #OTD Sent 1 day ago
- On Oct. 20, 1887 – A conference of premiers endorsed reciprocity with the United States. #CdnHistory #canada #trivia #OTD Sent 1 day ago
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