100 Days That Changed Canada
Every Canadian knows a handful of dates that changed our history: July 1, 1867, when Canada came together at Confederation; November 11, 1918, when the guns of the First World War fell silent; and September 28, 1972, when Paul Henderson scored perhaps the most important hockey goal of all time. But our nation's history, now more than 50,000 days long, runs much deeper than those iconic moments. In 100 Days That Changed Canada, Canada's History Society has selected the 100 days that truly formed this nation. Some of the dates will surprise. In the spirit of the bestselling 100 Photos That Changed Canada, 100 days that changed Canada forever are reflected in words and pictures.