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Women in Canada: 50 Years of Change

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Fifty years ago, on February 16, 1967, the historic Royal Commission on the Status of Women was launched. Using this landmark Royal Commission as a starting point, … 138 more words

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Top 21 of 1967 - #14

#14 – The Beatles – “All You Need Is Love” – (1967)

More like “All You Need is Copyright Law.” The hardest place to find the Beatles is YouTube. 59 more words


1967 in women's tennis

The year 1966 featured the premier of a tennis great in women’s tennis. Billie Jean King showed the world what she was all about by taking home her first Grand Slam victory in Wimbledon. 22 more words

The Little Grey Tractor

In just twenty days, on the 7th February, it will be the 50 year anniversary of Black Tuesday. Bushfires that claimed 62 lives, injured over 900, and burnt through over half a million acres of land in Southern Tasmania. 328 more words

Branded to Kill (1967)

It didn’t take much research into Japanese film before Seijun Suzuki’s name came up. Specifically, it was an anecdote about his film Branded to Kill (1967) 723 more words


Top 21 of 1967 - #15

#15 – The Jimi Hendrix Experience – “Purple Haze” – (1967)

Jimi Hendrix may have been an incredible guitarist, but he doesn’t sound anything like his records when he performs live. 29 more words


Anniversary Albums: Episode Forty-four - Jefferson Airplane "Surrealistic Pillow" (1967)

This week we take a look at San Francisco psychedelic rock band Jefferson Airplane’s 1967 breakthrough “Surrealistic Pillow”. This is considered the album that broke the San Fran scene to the mainstream. 30 more words

Anniversary Albums