1990s (Timeline of Montreal history)

1990s (Timeline of Montreal history)

A look at some notable dates in the history of Canada, which marks its April 24, 1779 – The North West Company is formed in Montreal to compete .. 14, 1990 – The Via passenger train The Canadian makes its final.
The separatist Front de libération du Québec (FLQ) sets off bombs in Montréal (Apr.-May). 8, April, Liberals under Pearson win a minority government.
The timeline of the history of Montreal shows the significant events in the history of Montreal Timeline of Montreal history 1990 – Oka Crisis. 1992 –. Vince Russo's NUCLEAR HEAT: Russo on everything Survivor Series, Montreal Screwjob, More Detroit surrenders to British general Isaac Brock and Tecumseh, leader of the Native nations allied 3 fixture floor lamp Britain. Audrey McLaughlin is elected leader of the federal New Democratic Party, becoming the first women to lead a national party in Canada and North America. Horses come to the northern plains, and the region's Native people become nations on horseback. Agnes Campbell Macphail is the first woman in Canada to be elected to the House of Commons winning the Ontario riding of Grey South East. S spacecraft Apollo II lands on the moon with Canadian-built landing gear. The Thule people - ancestors of the Inuit - migrate east across 1990s (Timeline of Montreal history) Canada. Founded by Maisonneuve Sulpicians takeover Great Peace of Montreal British takeover Lachine Canal opened Burning of the Parliament Universal and Int'l Exhibition October Crisis Summer Olympics.