Category Archives: 1947

  • 1947 february, blizzard, saskatchewan, calgary, alberta, winnipeg, worst blizzard in canadian railway history

    Baby Boomer Trivia From February 1947: Worst Canadian Railway Blizzard, Polaroid Instant Camera, Dior’s New Look According to Environment and Climate Change Canada, on February 8, 1947 the ten-day snowstorm dubbed the Worst Blizzard in Canadian Railway History ended. Prairie trains and towns from Calgary, Alberta to Winnipeg, Saskatchewan, were snowed in. (Photo: Saskatchewan Archives Board) […]

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  • elizabeth short, the black dahlia, murder scene, january 15 1947, true crime, old los angeles

    Baby Boomer Trivia From January 1947: Canadian Citizenship Act, The Black Dahlia Murder and Suspects On January 1, 1947 the Canadian Citizenship Act came into effect under the government of Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King. The Canadian Citizenship Act established the criteria for obtaining citizenship and identified when/how it could be lost or revoked.  Before […]

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