When Canada's national museum on the Ottawa River opened
Located on the Ottawa River in the capital region, the building that houses what is now known as the Canadian Museum of History began welcoming visitors on June 29, 1989.
A not very neighbourly arrangement at the U.S. border
Free trade was around the corner, but cross-border commerce didn't seem very frictionless to some Canadian businesses in the middle of 1988.
The many times the royals have jetted across the pond for Canada Day
July 1 is a day the Royal Family has often kept free for making a visit to Canada.