Archive for November, 2000

  • A Bridge With Two Tragedies

    November 1, 2000 by James M. Whalen
    The twisted remains of the 1907 Quebec Bridge collapse. Spanning the St. Lawrence River near Quebec City, the massive Quebec Bridge has a history of triumph and tragedy. Completed in 1917 at a cost of more than $22 million, it is the longest cantilever bridge...
  • Beirut Days

    November 1, 2000 by Legion Magazine
    by William M. Koch The author poses for a photo during a 1984 visit to the dividing line separating Christian East Beirut and Muslim West Beirut. In 1983, after 32 years of service in the Canadian navy, I asked my career manager for a posting...
  • The Case Of The Missing Canoe

    November 1, 2000 by Legion Magazine
    by Andrew F. Maksymchuk   In 1967, with just three years of police work behind me, I was given the unenviable task of being in charge of the most northerly detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police. My destination was Central Patricia, situated approximately 225 miles...
  • The Stringer’s Story

    November 1, 2000 by Legion Magazine
    by Douglas How   One Saturday in 1941 I was on weekend duty with the Halifax bureau of The Canadian Press when an unusual teletype message arrived from CP’s Toronto headquarters. It stated that one of the three Toronto newspapers was carrying an East Coast...
  • The Tidal Bore

    November 1, 2000 by Alex Madsen
    The leading edge of the tidal bore arrives in Moncton, N.B. The first time I saw it I was standing on a promenade overlooking the river. Right next to me was a couple visiting from South Africa and both of them were very excited about...
  • A.Y. Jackson

    November 1, 2000 by Jennifer Morse
    A.Y. Jackson loved the wild beauty of Canada and he painted it as only a Canadian could. As one of the founding members of the Group of Seven, which was formed in April 1920, he became known as the grand old man of Canadian painting....
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