Silence reigns over the fields surrounding the Canadian National Vimy Memorial, about 175 kilometres north of Paris. The pockmarked battlefields where 100,000 Canadians fought 95 years ago have been softened by time, the slumped shoulders of the trenches clothed by grass and surrounded by spring-green...
JUNE 1, 1876: The Royal Military College opens on Point Frederick, a small peninsula east of Kingston, Ont.
JUNE 2, 1953: A coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey, London, crowns Queen Elizabeth II.
JUNE 3, 1989: The Toronto Skydome opens.
JUNE 4, 1944: The Canadian/American First Special Service Force...