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“For a world’s championship event it was indeed a rather poor exhibition” – The Vancouver Millionaires win the Stanley Cup.
For the first time since 1886, the BC Legislature legalizes a highly contentious food product: margarine.
From the parking lot of Oakridge Mall, in front of a crowd of supporters, Rick Hansen launches his international “Man In Motion” tour.
After considerable public outcry, The Orpheum Theatre is saved from destruction.
The Bayshore Inn in Coal Harbour unexpectedly becomes home to an eccentric out-of-town guest: Howard Hughes.
A freighter collides with the Second Narrows Bridge… again.
“The joke at the time was, that one needed a candle to find the electric light” – Vancouver’s gets its first streetlights.Read More
“I saw it all. There was no provocation. I couldn’t believe I could live in a country where this was happening” – the Gastown Riot.Read More