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Snow drifts 1947 Estevan cleared after big winter storm, 30 feet deep! Vintage Postcards, Vintage Photos, Old Photos, Ontario, Toronto, Canadian Things, Saskatchewan Canada, Canadian Winter, Artsy Photos

Postcard 2428: Snow drift on C.P.R. Railway Estevan, Sask. (c1947)

Estevan, Saskatchewan circa 1947 - snowdrift by the tracks - wow

In Saskatchewan a train was halted in a blizzard that raged from, to… Canadian Prairies, Canadian Winter, Snow Pictures, Canada Eh, Sea To Shining Sea, Canadian History, Winter Magic, Winter Wonder, Canada Travel

Worst Canadian Winters

Canada is a vast land of extremes. Winters here are something that we as Canadians have adapted to and have been conditioned to survive the harshest of what winter can throw at us. Human beings are essentially tropical animals that are not equipped for even mild cold winters. It's only because of our behavioral adaptions, appropriate winter clothing and shelter that we manage to survive and even thrive through our tough winters. THIS IS NEVER A GOOD SIGN The most frigid major city in Canada…

Kim Campbell the Prime Minister of Canada Plan Canada, O Canada, Canada Travel, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Justin Trudeau, Female Leaders, Kim Campbell, Canada Day

ARCHIVED - Campbell-Profiles-First Among Equals

Kim Campbell was born (1947) in Port Alberni, BC. She is a Canadian politician, lawyer, university professor, diplomat, and writer. She served as the 19th Prime Minister of Canada, from June 1993 to Nov 1993. Campbell was the first and to date the only female Prime Minister of Canada, the first baby boomer to hold that office, and the only PM to have been born in BC.

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Richard B. Bennett Quickfacts

The Prime Ministers of Canada - Richard B. Bennett Eleventh Prime Minister of Canada Born: July 3, 1870 Hopewell Hill NB Died: June 26, 1947 (Buried: Dorking England) Educated: Dalhousie University Private Occupation: Teacher, Lawyer, Businessman Political Party: Conservative Term of Office: August 7, 1930 - October 23, 1935

Born in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada, on March Alan Thicke got his start hosting the Cana. - 1983 Ron Galella, Ltd. Alan Thicke, Robin Thicke, Gloria Loring, O Canada, Ex Wives, Ex Husbands, Celebs, Celebrities, Movies And Tv Shows

Born in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada, on March 1, 1947, Alan Thicke got his start hosting the Cana... - 1983 Ron Galella, Ltd.

Barbara Ann Scott goes through a practice session at the Palace Ice rink Jan. 30 in St. Moritz shortly before the opening of the 1948 Olympic Winter Games. Scott, the only Canadian to win the Olympic women's figure skating gold medal, died at the age of Barbara Ann, Ice Skaters, Canadian History, Olympic Champion, Women Figure, Winter Olympics, Roller Skating, Olympic Games, Black And White

Obit of the Day

Obit of the Day: “Canada’s Sweetheart” Barbara Ann Scott holds a unique place in Canadian sports history as the only woman to win gold in Olympic figure skating. Ms. Scott, who passed away at age 84,...

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A Brief History of Canada - 1930 to 1959

A Brief History of Canada - 1930 to 1959