Top TV Shows That Every Canadian 90's Kid Has Seen
Take a look at these old TV shows and go back on a nostalgic trip down memory lane to having no responsibility and not having to book your own doctors appointment.
What Canadian Kids Thought About While Watching TV
Fred Penner's hollow log. Mr. Dressup's mad drawing skillz. Bram's love triangle. And what the heck was wrong with PJ Katie and her clay farm?
14 Things That Will Forever Remind You Of Your Canadian Childhood
Some things from your Canadian childhood stick with you forever. CBC is one of those things. For more nostalgia — and highlights from our current, incredible programming — follow CBC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and YouTube.
6 things that will make Canadians feel instantly nostalgic | Cottage Life
O, Canada! Whether you’ve lived in this country for a few years, all your life, or for generations, there are a few uniquely Canadian things that are
‘Mr. Dressup’ Ernie Coombs celebrated by Google on what would have been his 85th birthday
Google got dressed up for Mr. Dressup's 85th birthday. The November 26 Google Doodle is celebrating Ernie Coombs's birthday, more than 11 years after the...
Ernie Coombs (Mr Dressup)
Coombs has received a number of important awards for his show Mr. Dressup- the Gemini's "Earle Grey" Award for a body of work on TV in 1994, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Children's Broadcast Institute in 1989, and an ACTRA Best Program Award in 1978.
An Aunt's Life
I had a small shock administered to my system as I took a spontaneous jaunt past my childhood home this afternoon. You see, this is my childhood home as we left it when my family moved out in 2001: This is how we found it today: Bushes obliterated, Christmas lights hanging in June, grass coming up through the driveway, front porch swing replaced with piles of unused furniture... ... backyard toys in the front of the house, moldy siding, Mom's roses hacked out of the trellis, trees that seem…