Remembering Yukon's sternwheelers, with a 92-year-old former purser
'I was lucky. It was the end of an era,' said Ronald Finlayson of B.C., who was in Yukon this week sharing stories of his time working as a purser on Yukon's iconic sternwheelers, 70 years ago.
The 2003 concert that rocked Toronto after SARS
Toronto's struggling tourism industry needed a boost after SARS hit the city. So the federal government put together a concert bill that included the Rolling Stones, AC/DC and Rush to bring people back.
When reservations were recommended for the ferry to Newfoundland
Long lineups of cars greeted tourists hoping to catch a ferry out of North Sydney, N.S., in the summer of 1970.
The flooding that created 'lake front property' in suburban Winnipeg
The end of an era for The Beachcombers
Community of Bradlo to be commemorated with 11-tonne granite boulder
These were the toys kids needed for a 1988 road trip
The tiny airport that would serve as a gateway to 2 countries
Sikh history in Canada now on display at permanent exhibit
Coolers: the hottest new summer drink of 1986
The day thieves drove off with 1.5 million brand-new toonies
Actor Paul Sorvino, known for roles in Goodfellas, Law & Order, dies at 83
The picnic table you could use anywhere (if you carried it with you)
Big cars were back in 1982 — especially in Alberta
Historical plaque updated to 'recentre' Black experience in story of Buxton
Abortion is ancient history: A medical story that dates back far more than you might think
Batoche Historic Site lands to be transferred back to Métis people of Saskatchewan