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November 3rd

2016 … After trailing in the series 3–1, the Chicago Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians to capture the franchise’s first World Series title in...

November 2nd

2000 … The first resident crew—including one American and two Russians—arrived at the International Space Station.     1976 … Jimmy Carter, recipient of the Nobel Prize...

October 28th

1998 … Glen Murray wins the municipal election in Winnipeg. He becomes the first openly gay mayor of a major North American city. Glen...

SEPTEMBER 30th

1955 … American actor James Dean, who became a symbol of the confused, restless, and idealistic youth of the 1950s, died in an automobile...

September 29th

1962 … The satellite Alouette 1 is launched. This event marks Canada’s entry into the space age. After the Soviet Union and the United...

September 28th

2008 … SpaceX successfully launched Falcon 1, becoming the first privately owned company to send a liquid-fueled rocket into orbit. 1972 … It’s a historic moment in...

September 27

1590 – Twelve days after being elected pope, Urban VII died, making his papacy the shortest in history.         1962 – Rachel Carson’s book Silent Spring...

September 23rd

1992 … Manon Rhéaume becomes the first woman to play in a game in a major North American sports league, the National Hockey League (NHL)....

September 22nd

1994 … The first episode of Friends aired on NBC, and the show became one of the most popular sitcoms in the United States. 1930 … Parliament...

September 21st

1937 … English writer J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit, a coming-of-age fantasy that became a classic, was published.               1911 … Robert Borden’s Conservatives win the general election with...
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