Mr. Fix-It can help you build a plywood pool for your home
Peter Whittall, billed as "the five-basic-hand-tool man", was the CBC handyman from the mid-1950s through 1965, on his own weekly Mr. Fix-It show.
It ain't like it used to be at the drive-in theatre
As baby boomers got older, they became a lot less rowdy when they went to the drive-in movie theatre in the 1980s -- especially when they brought their kids with them.
The story of the Metros-Croatia soccer championship win
Forty-two summers ago, Canadian soccer fans were, like today, watching a team with Croatia in its name do something special.
When big-top Shakespeare started in Stratford 65 years ago
That one time Canada made it to the World Cup
When Canadian outrage forced senators' hands in 1993
Colour consults and landline-less phones in 1980s Canada
Gordon Pinsent's long career with CBC -- and beyond
Sandra Oh on the importance of 'being true to yourself' in Hollywood
The end of a 150-year-old tradition on Cross Island, N.S.
Young Keanu Reeves on CanCon-related opportunities
The best elevator pitch in history
Tina Turner sang the praises of N.L. during a 1985 tour
VIDEO & PHOTOS
Watch a modern home get a glass-and-brass '80s makeover
When an Alberta town decided to build a UFO landing pad
Why it was a good idea to collect the 'world's worst art'
What's it like when your house becomes a time machine?
Original 1926 Winnie-the-Pooh storybook illustration of the Hundred 'Aker' Wood sells for £430K
Alice Munro on the craft of writing short stories
Trade usually comes up when U.S. presidents come to town
Cellphones, coins and credit cards: Archaeological finds from Amsterdam canals
The time a Calgarian played in back-to-back World Cups