Mr. Dressup, with Casey, Mrs. Bird, and Alligator Al! Loved this show. Channel 9 (CBC)

CBC Kids Show Mr. Dressup (Ernie Coombs November 1927 – September w/ Casey, Finnegan, Aunt Bird & Alligator Al

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.

In Canadian astronaut Julie Payette began an mission aboard the space shuttle "Discovery." She was the first Canadian to work on an assembly and re-supply mission for the International Space Station.

Col. Chris Hadfield first Canadian to command the ISS

Chris Hadfield first Canadian to command the ISS. Just returned home today, really going to miss all of his awesome videos from the ISS.

Canada's first prime minister.1857 he had become prime minister of United Canada (Ontario and Quebec). He remained in office until 1873 and then again from 1878 to his death in 1891.

Sir John A. MACDONALD ~ He was the first Prime Minister of Canada. The dominant figure of Canadian Confederation, his political career spanned almost half a century. Macdonald served 19 years as Canadian Prime Minister.

Roberta Bondar (BSc '68) was the first Canadian female astronaut to go into space, as well as the first neurologist. And, she was a Girl Guide!

Roberta Bondar, Canada's first woman astronaut and the first neurologist in space! She spent more than a decade as NASA's head of space medicine and has received countless honors including the Order of Canada and the NASA Space Medal.

"Heina," Emily Carr, 1928, oil on canvas, 51 x 36", National Gallery of Canada.

Indulge in a high-quality Cobble Hill puzzle. Made in the USA with the finest inks, premium grade blue board, linen wrap, and the most endearing images. A pure delight for all ages! Finished size x Artist: Emily Carr

Viola Irene Desmond (née Davis), businesswoman, civil libertarian (born 6 July 1914 in Halifax, NS; died 7 February 1965 in New York, NY). Viola Desmond built a career as a beautician and was a mentor to young Black women in Nova Scotia through her Desmond School of Beauty Culture. It is, however, the story of her courageous refusal to accept an act of racial discrimination that provided inspiration to a later generation of Black persons in Nova Scotia and in the rest of Canada.

Viola Davis Desmond was an African-Nova Scotian who bought her own beauty parlour and beauty college in Halifax. Desmond's story was one of the most publicized incidents of racial discrimination in Nova Scotian and Canadian history.

Clara Hughes, a Canadian. The only athlete in the 114-year history of the modern day Olympics ever to win multiple medals in both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games.

The only athlete in the history of the modern day Olympics ever to win multiple medals in both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. And she's Canadian! And she handles chronic depression!