When a recession left fewer people flying home for the holidays
Fewer people were flying home for Christmas in 1982, though that wasn't by choice.
Mired in disputes about its fate, historic St. John's cottage destroyed by fire
The 115-year-old home was destroyed by fire. It had been abandoned and boarded up for several years, and there was no power going to the house.
How celebrating the ugly Christmas sweater went from a B.C. house party to a global phenomenon
Twenty years ago this Christmas season, two university students tried on matching penguin sweaters in a Coquitlam, B.C., mall and exchanged glances. Thus was a legend born.
Why a Cape Breton post office handled a lot of mail every December
Bob McGrath, original cast member on Sesame Street, dead at 90
A ghost town in N.B. was the site of an infamous axe murder — for which a man was tried 3 times
How the driverless car of 1971 worked
When Canada's men's soccer squad was dubbed 'Team Hopeful'
George W. Bush's long-delayed, first 'official' visit to Canada
Friends remember Donnie Tucker, whose accordion was the live soundtrack for downtown St. John's
Christine McVie, co-lead singer of Fleetwood Mac, dead at 79
How an Alberta town encouraged shopping locally in 1989