Since Canada has been keeping record of temperatures, we’ve had proof of just how cold it was in previous years. So, a little trivia for you, here are 10 coldest records in Canada’s history:
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On this Day:
- On Sept. 21, 1963 – Place des Arts was opened at Montreal, Quebec. Sent 5 hours ago
- On Sept. 21, 1928 – Canada introduced airmail stamps. #CdnHistory #canada #trivia #OTD Sent 6 hours ago
- On Sept. 21, 1902 – First oil strike in Alberta by the Rocky Mountain Development Company, at 3.11 meters. Sent 7 hours ago
- On Sept. 21, 1818 – Lord Selkirk was tried for breaking into the Northwest Company headquarters at Fort William and arresting the partners. Sent 8 hours ago
- On Sept. 21, 1812 – Gananoque, Ontario, was raided by an American force. Sent 9 hours ago
- On Sept. 20, 1956 – George Drew resigned as leader of the Conservative Party. Sent 1 day ago
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