Nova Scotia's 'ace of aces' took down his first Nazi plane 80 years ago today
Over the skies of Dieppe, Frances, 80 years ago Friday, George Hill of Pictou, N.S., scored his first aerial victory. It was the first of many for the decorated fighter pilot, who became a legendary figure in his hometown for his prewar and war exploits.
When Vancouver real estate prices were falling in 1982
In 1982, it seemed the property market in and around Vancouver had come to a point where people just couldn't pay any more for real estate.
Hot, humid and dangerous: A brief history of tornadoes in the Maritimes
CBC meteorologist Ryan Snoddon looks back at the tornadoes that have touched down in the region.
When a bunch of 'bogus' $100 bills were causing problems in Canada
Hudson's Bay to resurrect discount retail chain Zellers
One of Canada's largest train bridges almost forgotten in northwestern N.B.
The days when a low dollar brought tourists to Canada
Rejecting Brando's Oscar cost her dearly, but Sacheen Littlefeather is finally getting her apology
Dartmouth woman transforms 1970s speedboat into 'beautiful' backyard pool
When skateboards or 'shingles on wheels' were back
Remembering Yukon's sternwheelers, with a 92-year-old former purser
The 2003 concert that rocked Toronto after SARS
When reservations were recommended for the ferry to Newfoundland
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