The great North America blackout of 2003
More than 50 million people go without electricity as a massive power outage cripples grids in Ontario and the eastern United States.
The first Bloc Québécois candidate elected to Parliament
Gilles Duceppe's byelection win in the summer of 1990 made him the first MP to be elected as a Bloc Québécois candidate.
Find out what it means to me: 7 fascinating facts about Aretha Franklin's groundbreaking hit Respect
We pay tribute to the Queen of Soul's unforgettable song, which became an anthem for changing times.
Anne Cools — Canada's 1st black and longest-serving senator — bids the red chamber goodbye
4 ways the CD-ROM was wowing us in the mid 1980s
Carleton U inherits prof's vast vintage record collection
The Jolly Jumper, a new Canadian creation in 1957
Victoria's mayor tells Ontario it plans to keep removed Sir John A. Macdonald statue
The strike that killed the Expos' World Series dream
From 1988: How Tom Cruise learned to be a flashy bartender
How Spike Lee's lens brings real life to the big screen
The borrowed suit that helped define an X-Files character
From 30 years ago: The day Wayne Gretzky went to L.A.
As it Happened: The Archive Edition - The Extraordinary Encounters Episode
Why Eaton's ended its Santa Claus parade
Mexican archeologists find 7,000-year-old Mayan remains in cave
Hiroshima residents still felt the fallout after 15 years
Hitler in L.A.: How private Jewish spies foiled a Nazi Hollywood takeover
Wear your baby? Why not!