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Remember This? Lights out!

Remember This? Lights out!

It was a typical mid-August summer day in the nation’s capital—hot and muggy.
Remember This? 'Rib'

Remember This? 'Rib'

On the night of 4 August 1914, a slender, athletic, 21-year old man know as 'Rib' took the night train from Ottawa to New York, never to return.
Remember This? The last train to Union Station

Remember This? The last train to Union Station

In 1989, the old Union Station was classified as a federal heritage building.
Remember This? Jewelled plague

Remember This? Jewelled plague

Trees attacked by the emerald ash borer typically die within a few years of being infected.
Remember This? The passing of William Lyon Mackenzie King

Remember This? The passing of William Lyon Mackenzie King

Friends and family knew the end was coming; the enigmatic, political warrior had been fading for some time.
Remember This? Canada's birthday

Remember This? Canada's birthday

The anniversary, which officially became Canada Day in 1982, was originally known as Dominion Day.
Remember This? The Green Valley Restaurant

Remember This? The Green Valley Restaurant

For more than fifty years, the family-run Green Valley Restaurant was a landmark on the Prescott Highway, later known as Prince of Wales Drive.
Remember This? Chain letters and pyramid schemes

Remember This? Chain letters and pyramid schemes

With the Great Depression still holding a powerful grip over the North American economy, the promise of quick money attracted thousands.
Remember This? The Marian Congress

Remember This? The Marian Congress

On arriving in Ottawa the evening before the official opening of the Congress, the statue was paraded through the streets of Lowertown led by the band of Lasalle Academy, followed by cadets of Notre Dame College.
Remember This? Tennis comes to Ottawa

Remember This? Tennis comes to Ottawa

Today, thousands of Ottawa residents, young and old, play tennis in clubs as well as on neighbourhood courts run by community members.
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