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<b>Remember This?</b> Sir Galahad

Remember This? Sir Galahad

The story behind a curious statue which stands on Wellington Street, downtown.
<b>Remember This?</b> The Catch

Remember This? The Catch

One of the most memorable Grey Cup wins in CFL history saw Bank Street turned into a parking lot, as fans celebrated the Rough Riders’ victory.
<b>Remember This?</b> Freiman's becomes The Bay

Remember This? Freiman's becomes The Bay

Freiman’s was one of the first Ottawa stores to have an escalator, and, as markets moved and changed, so did the company.
<b>Remember This?</b> 'Ottawa the beautiful,' The Gréber Report

Remember This? 'Ottawa the beautiful,' The Gréber Report

This report played a significant role in transforming Ottawa from a grimy, industrial city to a capital Canadians can be proud of.
<b>Remember This?</b> Exercise Tocsin B-1961

Remember This? Exercise Tocsin B-1961

An exercise, created by the Canadian government, ran through a very detailed scenario of what would happen if nuclear bombs were dropped on North America, in November of 1961.
<b>Remember This?</b> The return of 'D Company'

Remember This? The return of 'D Company'

In an editorial titled Patriotism and Loyalty, an Ottawa newspaper added that "Canadians have always been both patriotic and loyal to the Mother Country," but now "the fruits of confederation have suddenly ripened, and we have begun to feel our nation-hood."
<b>Remember This?</b> The NABU Network

Remember This? The NABU Network

Ottawa's NABU Network predated the rise of the Internet and home computer, but ultimately failed. It took decades for it to be recognized as being "ahead of its time."
<b>Remember This?</b> 'The Empire's Poet' Rudyard Kipling visits Canada's capital

Remember This? 'The Empire's Poet' Rudyard Kipling visits Canada's capital

Best known for writing The Jungle Book, Kipling has been hailed as one of the greatest writers of the last century-plus.
<b>Remember This?</b> Princess Elizabeth's first Canadian tour

Remember This? Princess Elizabeth's first Canadian tour

Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip arrived in Ottawa from Quebec City at 10 a.m. on October 10, 1951 by train, stopping at a special station at Island Park Drive, just as her parents had done 12 years earlier.
<b>Remember This?</b> The Anishinabek

Remember This? The Anishinabek

On October 7, 1763, King George III issued a Royal Proclamation outlining how his new territories in North America would be administered and how relations with the Indigenous communities would be undertaken.
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