From 1998: Aretha Franklin on life as the Queen of Soul
After many years on stage, the Queen of Soul still worried about one thing in particular when she stepped on stage to perform.
Bank robber returns to the scene of his crime 60 years later — for lunch
In 1958, Boyne Johnston stole $260,000 from the Sparks Street bank in Ottawa where he worked as a teller. Six decades later, he dined at the restaurant now in its place.
Few laughed in Ottawa or P.E.I. when a pie hit a PM
The RCMP weren't laughing when a protester managed to sneak up on Prime Minister Jean Chrétien and put a pie in his face.
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Shania Twain's 'overwhelming' trip back to her hometown
When the plastic flamingo trend took flight in the 1980s
Mary Pratt, famed Canadian painter, dead at 83
The great North America blackout of 2003
P.E.I. reporter tells alarmed readers paper had no obits because 'just ... nobody died'
The first Bloc Québécois candidate elected to Parliament
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
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As it Happened: The Archive Edition - The Extraordinary Encounters Episode
Why Eaton's ended its Santa Claus parade