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SAM the Record Man, Yonge St, Toronto, I spent some quality time in this store as my youth. There are no stores like this today that I know of. So much beautiful vinyl and music history. Just Love, New Gta, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Nostalgia, Vintage Neon Signs, Canada Eh, Canadian History, Oui Oui

SAM the record man

SAM The Record Man was a Toronto Landmark for decades. This store on Yonge street has been in business since 1961, but unfortunately closed down a few weeks ago. Hopefully the sign will stay, since it's one of the most recognized signs on Yonge street in Toronto.

Julie Payette born and raised in Montreal. She is the second Canadian woman to have flown in space. Not only is she an astronaut, but Julie is an accomplished musician who has sung with the Montreal Symphonic Orchestra Chamber Choir. I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Great Women, Amazing Women, Commercial Pilot, How To Speak Russian, Canada 150, International Space Station, Space Program

Julie Payette

Julie Payette born (1963) and raised in Montreal. She is the second Canadian woman to have flown in space. She is an incredible woman of many talents. Not only is she an astronaut, but Julie is an accomplished musician who has sung with the Montreal Symphonic Orchestra Chamber Choir. She speaks Russian, German, Italian and Spanish as well as being fluent in English and French. This cool Canadian also has a commercial pilot license and approximately 450 hours of flight time on jet aircraft.

National Flag of Canada Day: A look at the forgotten runners-up to the beloved Maple Leaf Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Canadian Facts, Canadian Memes, Canadian Culture, Quebec, National Flag Of Canada, Canada Day Party

Chretien remembers fight over Canadian flag design as he marks 50th anniversary with Trudeau

'I was there when those who voted for the flag got up to sing O Canada and unfortunately they were booed,' he said, adding MPs were pushing and shoving each…

1909 The Flag of Canada Original Antique Edwardian Print to Frame Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Flags Of The World, Countries Of The World, Halifax Explosion, Historia Universal, Canada 150, Vancouver Canucks

L'endroit où acheter et vendre tout le fait main

The Red Ensign, as it was called was in use as early as 1868 on an informal basis and had been authorized for use on Canadian merchant ships but had no real official status on land. Various versions of the flag continued to be flown depending on the manufacturer. The one pictured in the print was predominantly in use from 1868-1921. This original antique chromolithograph of the Flag of Canada is accompanied by a poem, Hail to the Great Dominion! ...Hail to the land of the Maple Leaf! The…

"The field and study of geography is paramount to how we look at sustainability," Bondar asserts. "Geography is the key to understanding the whole planet. Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Study Of Geography, Canadian History, O Canada, Human Connection, Human Mind, Celine Dion, Celebs

Dr. Roberta Bondar

"To fly in space is to see the reality of Earth, alone. The experience changed my life and my attitude toward life itself. I am one of the lucky ones." — Roberta Bondar, Space Shuttle: The First 20 Years.

1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Canada~Canadian Elizabeth Manley (silver) ; East German Katharina Witt (gold) and American Debbie Thomas (bronze). Elizabeth Manley took silver but stole the show. Olympic Sports, Olympic Games, Olympic Ice Skating, Figure Skating Olympics, 1988 Olympics, Katarina Witt, History Of Olympics, Cinderella, Sports

Do You Know These Figure Skating Olympic Champions?

This is a list of many women who won gold medals and became figure skating Olympic champions at the Olympics.

The Eaton's Department Store at the Eaton Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada . Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Toronto Travel, Eaton Centre, Canadian Things, Madrid, Canada Travel, Backpacking Canada, Canada Canada

gm_08903 Interior Eaton's Centre, Toronto 1980

Eaton's at the Eaton Centre, Toronto 1980

Elizabeth Manley was born in Trenton, Ontario. She is a Canadian figure skater. She is the 1988 Olympic silver medalist, 1988 World silver medalist, and three-time Canadian champion. - Gut and determination 1988 Olympics, Summer Olympics, Winter Olympic Games, Winter Games, Kurt Browning, Karen Barber, Figure Skating Olympics, Ice Show, Figure Skating

Snapshot: Calgary Olympics 1988

The 15th Winter Olympics (XV Winter Olympic Games) were held in Calgary, Alberta. These games managed to grab a few records, the first being the most widely-attended Winter Games in history …

A joke by Jean Chrétien has become deadly serious business for some federal Liberals. John Diefenbaker, Rock Climbing Gear, Happy Canada Day, Canada Eh, Toronto Star, Kings Man, Canadian History, Cool Countries, Montreal

Travers: Panicked Liberals ponder return to Jean Chrétien

A joke by Jean Chrétien has become deadly serious business for some federal Liberals.