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The Maple Leaf flag, also called the l'Unifolié (one-leafed), has been Canada’s flag since February Prime Minister Lester B. Canadian History, Flag, Outdoor Decor, Science, Flags

Canadian Flag

The Maple Leaf flag, also called the l'Unifolié (one-leafed), has been Canada’s flag since February 15, 1965. Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson formed an all-...

A blizzard in January 1999 dumped 118 cm of snow on Toronto, effectively bringing the city to a standstill. Mayor Mel Lastman called on the army to help shov. Canadian History, Toronto, Army, Canada, Military, Armies

Toronto's Blizzard of 1999

A blizzard in January 1999 dumped 118 cm of snow on Toronto, effectively bringing the city to a standstill. Mayor Mel Lastman called on the army to help shov...

A look back at the events of 2014 in CTV News footage. Canadian History, Looking Back, Kids, Children, Boys, Children's Comics, Boy Babies, Kid, Kids Part

Year Ender 2014

A look back at the events of 2014 in CTV News footage.

Reaction to Departure of Finance Minister Paul Martin - June 2002 - Craig Oliver reports on reaction to Paul Martin's departure from the Liberal cabinet. Paul Martin, Canadian History, Finance, June, Cabinet, Clothes Stand, Finance Books, Closet, Economics

Reaction to Departure of Finance Minister Paul Martin - June 2, 2002

Craig Oliver reports on reaction to Paul Martin's departure from the Liberal cabinet - ten years ago.

Audrey McLaughlin wins by-election 1987 - NDP candidate and future party leader Audrey McLaughlin won election to Parliament in July Canadian History, Future, Party, Future Tense, Receptions, Direct Sales Party

Audrey McLaughlin wins by-election 1987

NDP candidate and future party leader Audrey McLaughlin won election to Parliament in July 1987.

Original CTV news footage of events from 2012 Canadian History, Events, Baseball Cards, News, Sports, Sport

CTV News Year Ender 2012

Original CTV news footage of events from 2012

CTV'S Rosemary Thompson reported on Jack Layton's first full day as leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada. Though not yet a Member of Parliament, he was ready to take on the ruling Liberal Party headed by Prime MInister Jean Chretien. And he gave full credit to his wife, Olivia Chow, for being a winning strategist. New Democratic Party, Member Of Parliament, Liberal Party, Canadian History, Prime Minister, Politics, Canada, Day, Political Books

JACK LAYTON'S FIRST DAY AS LEADER OF THE NDP OF CANADA

CTV'S Rosemary Thompson reported on Jack Layton's first full day as leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada. Though not yet a Member of Parliament, he w...

The HMCS Haida is a tribal class destroyer built in late 1942 in England, and was commissioned into the Royal Canadian Navy in Of the 27 tribal class d. Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian History, 30th Anniversary, Historical Sites, Survival, Ships, England, Museum, Canada

HMCS HAIDA IS SEVENTY

The HMCS Haida is a tribal class destroyer built in late 1942 in England, and was commissioned into the Royal Canadian Navy in 1943. Of the 27 tribal class d...

Canada's mail carriers - In an effort to keep pace with the digital world, Canada Post announced on February 2014 that it will phase out door-to-door delivery in urban centres. Here is the ode to the mail carrier in CTV original footage. Canada Post, Canadian History, February 19, Social Studies, Effort, Delivery, Outdoor Structures, Urban, The Originals

Canada's mail carriers

In an effort to keep pace with the digital world, Canada Post announced on February 19, 2014 that it will phase out door-to-door delivery in urban centres. H...

Ten short years ago Alliance leader Stephen Harper approached a media scrum with the news that the Canadian Alliance and Progressive Conservative parties had been unable to reach a deal to unite. Canadian History, Parties, News, Fiestas, Party, Receptions, Holidays

Canadian Alliance and Progressive Conservative Party talks collapse for now - 2003

Ten short years ago Alliance leader Stephen Harper approached a media scrum with the news that the Canadian Alliance and Progressive Conservative parties had...

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford - Clip of Rob Ford through the years. Rob Ford, Canadian History, Toronto

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford

Clip of Rob Ford through the years.

Year Ender 2013 - Looking back at 2013 in CTV original footage. Canadian History, Looking Back, The Originals

Year Ender 2013

Looking back at 2013 in CTV original footage.

Ice Storm 2013 - About customers in Southern Ontario were without power when a massive weather system coated hydro wires, trees and everything else with ice on December Cooper's Hawk, Ice Storm, Canadian History, Over The Years, Yard, Snow, Outdoor, Bald Eagles, Trees

Ice Storm 2013

About 350,000 customers in Southern Ontario were without power when a massive weather system coated hydro wires, trees and everything else with ice on Decemb...

Jean Chretien - Canada's twentieth Prime Minister, Jean Chretien held the office from 1993 to 2003, but he held many positions in government before that. A lawyer from Shawinigan, his first election was as the Member of Parliament for Saint-Maurice-Laflèche in 1963, the beginning of a long political career. Member Of Parliament, Canadian History, Prime Minister, The Office, Lawyer, The Twenties, Politics, Canada, Avocado

Jean Chretien

Canada's twentieth Prime Minister, Jean Chretien held the office from 1993 to 2003, but he held many positions in government before that. A lawyer from Shawi...

Alberta's Elected Senate - A glimpse at candidates who ran in the first Alberta Senate Elections. The election took place on October Here's a report filed by Bob Matychuk of CTV's Edmonton Bureau three weeks before the election. Canadian History, October, Bob, Bob Cuts, Bobs

Alberta's Elected Senate

A glimpse at candidates who ran in the first Alberta Senate Elections. The election took place on October 16, 1989. Here's a report filed by Bob Matychuk of ...

On November 1979 a Canadian Pacific freight train carrying explosive and poisonous chemicals derailed near the interesection of Mavis Road and Du. Canadian History, Einstein, Train, Strollers, Trains

MISSISSAUGA TRAIN DISASTER (1979)

On November 10, 1979 a 106-car Canadian Pacific freight train carrying explosive and poisonous chemicals derailed near the interesection of Mavis Road and Du...

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