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On this day, April 24

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The following items were originally published or created on April 24 over the years. They are presented here as a type of "timeline" showcasing content in our digital collections.
[Letter] 1910 April 24, Columbia (1910)
[Letter] 1910 April 24, Ootischenia (1910)
Toronto Lowdown (1948)
No Prostitution Proof... (1954)
"Red wine with meat ... white wine with fish ... on cheeseburgers you takes your choice ..." (1954)
Officer Given Advice... (1954)
Lowdown (1954)
Two Suggestions Submitted to Cope With the Problem of Homosexuality: Part Eight of New Series of Articles on Homosexuality (1954)
"I don't object to women running for Prime Minister ... so long as its just to kiss him." (1968)
"First they sell the bloomin' Queen Mary, then the Queen Elizabeth, and now London Bridge. There's no telling wot they're apt to sell next!" (1968)
"How refreshing ... politicians making election promises and breaking them before they're elected." (1969)
"Man can walk on the moon and return safely, but try walking across the street down here!" (1972)
"I thought he was going a bit deep for planting tulip bulbs" (1973)
"What round is it?" (1974)
"... my compliments to the headline writer." (1975)
Country Farms Natural Foods Ltd and Canadian Farmworkers Union Local No.1- LRB Informal Hearing (1981)
Apr. 24 march and rally organized by End the Arms Race (1982)
Apr. 24 march and rally organized by End the Arms Race (1982)
Apr. 24 march and rally organized by End the Arms Race (1982)
Apr. 24 march and rally organized by End the Arms Race (1982)
End the Arms Race march (1982)
End the Arms Race - organized march and rally (1982)
Apr. 24 march and rally organized by End the Arms Race (1982)
End the Arms Race march (1982)
End the Arms Race coalition rally of 35,000 in Sunset Beach (1982)
Peace march and rally organized by End the Arms Race coalition (1982)
End the Arms Race coalition rally of 35,000 in Sunset Beach (1982)
End the Arms Race - organized march and rally (1982)
End the Arms Race coalition rally of 35,000 in Sunset Beach (1982)
End the Arms Race coalition rally of 35,000 in Sunset Beach (1982)
End the Arms race coalition rally of 35,000 at Sunset Beach (1982)
End the Arms Race coalition rally of 35,000 in Sunset Beach (1982)
Apr. 24 march and rally organized by End the Arms Race (1982)
Apr. 24 march and rally organized by End the Arms Race (1982)
Peace march and rally organized by End the Arms Race coalition (1982)
Apr. 24 march and rally organized by End the Arms Race (1982)
Peace march and rally organized by End the Arms Race coalition (1982)
"I'll tell you why it typifies our times ... they call it daylight saving and I lose an hour." (1982)
End the Arms Race - organized march and rally (1982)
End the Arms Race - organized march and rally (1982)
End the Arms Race - organized march and rally (1982)
Victoria Walk for Peace, Centennial Square (1983)
Victoria Walk for Peace, Centennial Square (1983)
Victoria Walk for Peace, Centennial Square (1983)
Victoria Walk for Peace, Centennial Square (1983)
Collector's RPM Presents - 24th April 85 - Death Sentence - 23 West Cordova (1985)
Collectors R.P.M. Presents Death Sentence - NG3 - In Solid Waste Format - 24th April 85 (1985)
Farmworker Health and Education Project Survey Report (1986)
Peace symposium, Orpheum Theatre (1986)
Peace symposium, Orpheum Theatre (1986)
Peace symposium, Orpheum Theatre (1986)
Peace symposium, Orpheum Theatre (1986)
Peace symposium, Orpheum Theatre (1986)
Rally for Justice outside Socreds social policy hearings, Italian Cultural Centre (1987)
Rally for Justice outside Socreds social policy hearings, Italian Cultural Centre (1987)
Rally for Justice outside Socreds social policy hearings, Italian Cultural Centre (1987)
Rally for Justice outside Socreds social policy hearings, Italian Cultural Centre (1987)
(no text) (1990)
Letter-Forth Apache and TRS Historic Site Plans (1995)
(no text) (1995)
... More bombs found in provincial legislature... (1995)
"Taxpayers to CF-18, taxpayers to CF-18, come in, over..." "Shhhhh!" "Quiet!" (1996)
The three things Glen Clark had to remember during his T.V. address - (1996)
(no text) (1997)
(no text) (1998)
(no text) (1999)
"Where is your limo?" ANOTHER SIGN THAT THE PRIME MINISTER IS LOSING TOUCH. (2000)
BRAIN DRAIN: MORE EVIDENCE THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST HAVE LEFT B.C. "Oh yeah? Well, Christy Clark travels on a broom. So there!" (2000)
Political self interest (2000)
"Got a match?" POOREST UNDERSTANDING OF HOW NICOTINE SUCKERS WORK. (2002)
"Disgusting" "Extremely distressing!" "Shocking!" "Bring on the villagers armed with pitchforks!" "Appalling!" "We demand censure!" "Repugnant" "Unforgivable!" "For shame!" "What's causing the [...] (2002)
"Her with more information from Revenue Canada is Mr.Nigel Havard." "Thank you" "Please ensure that your tax form is completed correctly! Most errors we can fix with a stroke of a pen." "However, in [...] (2003)
"Glen Clark!" How to clear an NDP rally (2005)
"All that time and energy spent on the Vancouver Olympics logo and all they could come up with is this pink bristly knob!" "Wrong channel. That's Don Cherry." (2005)
"Hello - and welcome to: Who wants to be a millionaire?" "And tonight's Lotto 6/49 Jackpot is worth a whopping $9 million dollars!" "That is an absolutely amazing amount of money! - So I'm asking you... Deal or no deal?" "What are you watching, Jenny?" (2006)
"Explain Dobell? Well...er...how 'bout them Canucks, eh?" (2007)
Passport office update (2007)
"George Abbott's my hero!" (2008)
Taxpayers Federation logic "Government should run like a business except for the golden handshakes" (2009)