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On this day, February 18

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The following items were originally published or created on February 18 over the years. They are presented here as a type of "timeline" showcasing content in our digital collections.
Copy of translated extracts of 'The Mutiny' No. 14. Cover-page 2 (1914)
“Toronto Tongs sheath sword Chinese unite against Japan” (1938)
Toronto Lowdown (1950)
"Just because there's this talk of raising pensions, don't you go getting any giddy ideas about raising another family ..." (1954)
Operating budget for White Mountain Recreation Enterprise (1957)
A "Ball" at the Pen (1961)
Woman Freed After Serving 3 Months of Six-Month Sentence for Vagrancy: Judge Criticizes Police in the Handling of Case in Upholding the Appeal (1961)
Bennett to proceed with Bank despite Ottawa veto - News Item (1965)
"Miss Figsby ... I thought we might offer them the benefit of your experience in dealing with this problem in grade two." (1969)
"When Trudeau asks people for voluntary restraints in spending it's obvious he doesn't have any teenagers in HIS family!" (1970)
Homer Stevens' testimonial, Queen's Park Arenex, New Westminster (1977)
Homer Stevens' testimonial, Queen's Park Arenex, New Westminster (1977)
Homer Stevens' testimonial, Queen's Park Arenex, New Westminster (1977)
Homer Stevens' testimonial, Queen's Park Arenex (1977)
Homer Stevens' testimonial, Queen's Park Arenex, New Westminster (1977)
Homer Stevens' testimonial, Queen's Park Arenex, New Westminster (1977)
"... will it make you feel better if I tell you the government spends a quarter of the national budget of $43 billion on your health and welfare?" (1977)
B.C. Fed [British Columbia Federation of Labour] rally for municipal, telephone strikers, Agrodome (1981)
B.C. Fed [British Columbia Federation of Labour] rally for municipal, telephone strikers, Agrodome (1981)
B.C. Fed [British Columbia Federation of Labour] rally for municipal, telephone strikers, Agrodome (1981)
Canadian Farmworkers Union members attend a BC Federation of Labour meeting. (1981)
Enigmas (1982)
An Evening of Rant, Rebel, 'n Roll (1988)
Vancouver teachers picket (1991)
Top 10 reasons Liberals think a cabinet minister should resign: 10. Incompetence 9. Negligence 8. Extra-marital affair 7. Conflict of interest 6. Cronyism 5. Nepotism 4. Corruption 3. Criminal charges 2. Treason 1. Speeding (1993)
I came I saw I waffled (1996)
ROCK ACCUSED OF SPENDING TAX $$$ ON PR FIRM TO MAKE HIM LOOK GOOD DURING AIRBUS AFFAIR "As a taxpayer, I have only one thing to say:" "I want a refund" (1997)
"Cabinet chairs all rearranged Captain Clark" (1998)
Supreme Court (1998)
"I'll take it!!!" (1998)
"Nice...where's the French translation?" (1999)
[Letter from Keith Stewart of Insurance Corporation of British Columbia re: Woman of Distinction nomination for Shirley Petten] (2000)
White Society (2000)
"Don't look Bob, it's rude to stare." "It's wrong to intrude on others in their time of misery. Show some pity." "Besides, you'll be able to read all the sordid details in tomorrow's newspaper." "Ok, [...] (2000)
"We conduct a three month investigation into the size of spittoons in Macao." "Nah, done that." "Trek across Hawaii wearing a pink rubber cat suit and wellington boots?" "Too normal." "Film a [...] (2000)
Singles nite (2000)
No Name Brand MacBeth flavoured un-electable lite (2001)
Thereafter, Eggleton would do his best to keep the Prime Minister apprised of all things. "Oh - and I took your parking space last week." (2002)
America's vow to "Not Blink" in the fight against terrorism, is Canada's opportunity. Canadian Softwood Toothpicks (2002)
"This just in..." (2002)
"What's this?" "Remember when Chretien ordered a round of drinks for the house and everyone cheered and slapped him on the back and said he was the best P.M. ever and they'd never forget him?..." [...] (2003)
"...our government has delivered a balanced budget despite natural disasters including forest fires and floods!" "They forgot the landslide!" "Huh?" "When we voted them in!" (2004)
HANSARD DAY'S PROCEEDINGS Mr. McKay: Wert thou ever so fair? Ms. Stronach: Oh, you! Mr. Speaker: Order! Order! Mr. McKay: Certainly. Two dozen roses. Ms. Stronach: Cherie! Hon. Member: This is [...] (2005)
"Nice to see honour among thieves" (2005)
TALKEY CANADA'S NATIONAL SPORT. "BLAH BLAH BLAH..." (2005)
"The "R" word officially made its way to British Columbia this week... ...where it was shot by gangsters." They did their economic meltdowns differently in B.C. (2009)
Interview of John Buchanan (2015)