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<b>Hockey ’n’ History:</b> Canada’s first female mayor and a final farewell

Hockey ’n’ History: Canada’s first female mayor and a final farewell

We’re using the final edition of Hockey’n’History to highlight the achievements of a northern political pioneer
<b>Hockey ‘n’ History:</b> The struggling Senators and Canada’s forgotten prime minister

Hockey ‘n’ History: The struggling Senators and Canada’s forgotten prime minister

Ever heard of Sir John Abbot? You’re not alone
<b>History ‘n’ Hockey:</b> When the gales of November came early

History ‘n’ Hockey: When the gales of November came early

On this day in 1975, the ore ship Edmund Fitzgerald sank in a gale into the waters of Lake Superior
<b>History ‘n’ Hockey:</b> Saying goodbye to Dominion Day

History ‘n’ Hockey: Saying goodbye to Dominion Day

Leafs, Canadiens and Jets in action tonight
History ‘n’ Hockey: Trudeau, ‘Just watch me’ and those darn Maple Leafs

History ‘n’ Hockey: Trudeau, ‘Just watch me’ and those darn Maple Leafs

Canadian teams are in action this in time for the anniversary of the October Criss that gripped Quebec in 1970
History ‘n’ Hockey: The killing of Thomas D’Arcy McGee

History ‘n’ Hockey: The killing of Thomas D’Arcy McGee

On this night in Canadian history, in 1868, Thomas D’Arcy McGee was shot and killed just as he was about to enter his rooming house on Sparks Street in Ottawa.
History ‘n’ Hockey: Canada adopts the industrious beaver

History ‘n’ Hockey: Canada adopts the industrious beaver

On this day in Canadian history, in 1975, the beaver was given official status as an emblem of Canada.
History ‘n’ Hockey: Remembering Harriet Tubman

History ‘n’ Hockey: Remembering Harriet Tubman

On this day in Canadian history, Harriet Tubman passed away in 1913. Born into slavery in the United States, circa 1820, Tubman is best remembered for her role in the Underground Railroad.
History ‘n’ Hockey: “Hello out there, we’re on the air”

History ‘n’ Hockey: “Hello out there, we’re on the air”

On this day in Canadian history, the CBC began its international broadcasting service on Feb. 25, 1945. The inaugural address was certainly not lacking any political clout.
History ‘n’ Hockey: Canada’s bloodiest labour tragedy

History ‘n’ Hockey: Canada’s bloodiest labour tragedy

On this day in Canadian history, in 1963, three men were killed and eight wounded in the Reesor Siding incident near Kapuskasing, Ont.