When the City of Ottawa was growling about 'four-legged barking machines'
The City of Ottawa wanted to hear less barking from its dogs.
The first Bloc Québécois candidate elected to Parliament
Gilles Duceppe's byelection win in the summer of 1990 made him the first MP to be elected as a Bloc Québécois candidate.
Media mogul Sumner Redstone dies at 97
The ice cream caper that saw 50 tubs of top flavours taken in Calgary
The strike that killed the Expos' World Series dream in 1994
The 'unlikely family' involving a senior dog and a baby raccoon
When Ottawa approved short flights to the capital from T.O. and Montreal
Salome Bey, Canada's First Lady of the Blues, has died
When Canadians started buying a lot more scooters
The St. John's machinist who built his own car body out of wood
The teen golfer who survived a lightning strike in Saskatchewan
The deal that proved even Wayne Gretzky could be traded
B.C.'s Brent Carver — star of Broadway, West End and Stratford Festival — dead at 68
When vintage diner The Chickenburger celebrated 50 years
75 years after Hiroshima bombing, it's falling to descendants to keep survivors' stories alive
Alan Thicke songs to be inducted into Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame
When we were talking a lot about 'e-business' stocks