Margaret Meagher's accidental journey into diplomacy
It took a war to open a door that Margaret Meagher walked through, leading the way for many other women in future.
Molson-Carling merger meant trouble was brewing for workers
Two of Canada's big three brewers announced they were becoming one big rival to Labatt in 1989.
Ivan Reitman and the birth of the Ghostbusters phenomenon
Ivan Reitman had helmed some successful movies in his career, but Ghostbusters would be his biggest triumph when it hit movie screens in 1984.
The trawl brawl that pitted St-Pierre-Miquelon against France
Complaining about snow clearing: A 169-year-old tradition in St. John's
Sugar substitutes go sour in the '70s
A different 10-year challenge: Who won the last decade in sports?
Corey Hart to be inducted into Canadian Music Hall of Fame during Juno Awards
When Martin Luther King Jr. told CBC-TV about the fight for civil rights
Painting stolen from Belgian church days before appraisal might be a Michelangelo
Broadway legend Carol Channing has died at age 97
When the music of Bryan Adams wasn't Canadian enough
Red Kelly, NHL great and former member of Parliament, too
Why you couldn't find Levi's at a discount in the '70s
Why there was no federal leaders' debate on TV in 1980
The slalom run that gave Anne Heggtveit and Canada a historic gold
When the 'singles bar' was a new idea
How The Sopranos 'broke all the rules' and changed TV forever
How winter forced a major gallery to wrap its art with plastic
Software rental business goes bust after NAFTA
Nazi-looted artwork returned to Jewish politician, resistance figure's heirs