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Canada Day!July 1st, 20157 months to go.
On this Day:
- On Nov. 23, 1823 – John Caldwell, Receiver-General of Lower Canada, was suspended from office for being £96,000 in arrears. Sent 1 hour ago
- How I did on Twitter this week: 3 Mentions, 16.2K Mention Reach, 5 Retweets. How'd your week go? via sumall.com/myweek Sent 1 hour ago
- On Nov. 23, 1815 – Street lights were employed in Montreal for the first time. #CdnHistory #canada #trivia #OTD Sent 5 hours ago
- RT @elsielefebvre: Témoignage très émouvant de Dr Réjean Thomas nommé Grand Montréalais 2014 #ccmmqcca #VIHSIDA #polmtl http://t.co/6UDMuxp… Sent 19 hours ago
- On Nov. 22, 1957 – The first ship passed through the Iroquois Lock, St. Lawrence Seaway. #CdnHistory #canada #trivia #OTD Sent 22 hours ago
- On Nov. 22, 1915 – Canada issued a War Loan of $50 million. #CdnHistory #canada #trivia #OTD Sent 1 day ago
- Nov. 22, 1852 – A submarine cable was laid from Carleton Head, P.E.I, to Cape Tormentine, New Brunswick. It was the first in North America. Sent 1 day ago
- On Nov. 22, 1806 – The first issue of Le Canadien appeared. This was the first French-language newspaper in Canada. Sent 1 day ago
- OTD 1784: Parrtown was made the capital of N.B. The name changed to Saint John the following yr, & capital moved to Fredericton in 1786. Sent 1 day ago
- Nov. 22, 1612 – Louis XIII granted the region from Florida to the St. Lawrence River to the Marchioness de Guercheville for Jesuit missions. Sent 1 day ago
Canadian history. Canadian trivia. Brevity ... bite-sized. Proud to be Canadian (most of the time). Colourful past, interesting people and places -- can I tell you about it?
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