As It Didn't Happen: When Anne Murray tried to buy the Maple Leafs
Anne Murray, a music superstar and lifelong hockey fan, once tried to become the owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
When a lack of job ads hinted at high unemployment rates
There was a recession on in January 1991, and newspapers seemed to show evidence of that even before the government statistics did.
The time a wayward Canadian balloon caused an international stir — and thwarted 3 air forces
China isn't the only country to face questions about a curious balloon. Back in 1998, a giant runaway weather balloon proved to be an international headache for Canada.
The cheaply priced cars that drew North Dakotans to Canada in 1979
Paco Rabanne, celebrated fashion designer and perfumer, dead at 88
Video rental store in small Sask. town still going because 'I'm stubborn,' says owner
When St. John's supposedly had too much fog to spot the groundhog
A tale of two winters in Alberta and N.L. in 2001
The 'premium' booze that upset some Canadian whisky-makers in 1985
Longtime CBC radio producer Michael Finlay dies after random assault in Toronto
When a Canadian brought McDonald's fast food to Moscow
Cindy Williams, who played Shirley on TV's Laverne & Shirley, dead at 75
Why Toronto considered turning off its highway lights in 1996
Bobby Hull, the first NHLer to score over 50 goals in a season, dies at 84
Barrett Strong, Motown hitmaker and co-writer of I Heard It Through The Grapevine, dead at 81
Like vinyl, but for photos: Why film cameras are back in focus
Past in peril: Manitoba heritage agencies say they're being choked by chronic underfunding