If You Built a Soapbox Racer as a Kid, This Sweet Story Will Take You Back
Remembering hometown thrills and spills, plus quality time with Dad in the summer of '55.
Can You Help Us Find Our Beloved “Honeymoon Car”?
As we celebrate our 50th anniversary, we can’t help but wonder whatever became of that ’68 Mustang...
These Beautiful Old Grain Elevators Will Take You Back to the Prairies
Although they're an increasingly rare sight on the Prairie landscape, these soaring structures evoke the heartland's rich agricultural history.
Keep on Truckin’
Learning to drive in “Old Nellie” with Dad hanging on for dear life by her side, this former farm gal...
I Taught in a One-Room Schoolhouse in the ‘50s—Here’s What It Was Like
Only 19 and fresh out of teacher's college, I learned as many lessons as my young students.
Mimico: The Fascinating History of One of Toronto’s Oldest Neighbourhoods
Back in the day, small-town charm and "big city" excitement met up just west of Toronto.
Growing Up in Northwestern Ontario, All I Wanted Was a Pet Raven
Some ideas are much better in theory than in practice!
This is What it Was Like Living in Saskatchewan in the 1930s
Despite the hardships, the memories of farm life in the small town of Balcarres during the Great Depression will never...
You’re Never Too Old to Buy Your First Convertible
Just ask Saskatchewan’s Ken Crush, who treated himself to a Lexus hard-top convertible as a retirement present.
A Beloved Rust Bucket: Memories of My 1963 Volkswagen Beetle
Over the years, I’ve owned various cars, and each one has been my favourite, until it wasn’t. But, like a...
Remembering the Old Country Store
In the 1930s, the country store was the hub of rural communities across Canada.
A Truckload of Memories: The Story of Our 1950 Dodge Truck
Bought new more than 70 years ago, this 1950 Dodge is still trucking for the family that purchased it—with a...
Eternally Yours: Reflections on a Lifelong Romance
"Our years together were spent sharing our dreams and happiness, our worries and sorrows. We were blessed indeed. This wonderful...
These Classic TV Show Cars Will Take You Back
Do you remember these famous TV rides? Join us for a nostalgic look back at eight of the most memorable...
Before She Passed, My Grandmother Shared Her Childhood Memories of the 1920s
Her family was among the early settlers in North Bay, Ontario, which meant land had to be cleared before work...
Why Decorating Easter Eggs Isn’t Just For the Kids
I often think that traditions are like cement in that they help hold families together.
K-Tel Records Got Me Hooked on Vinyl—And I’ve Never Looked Back
All the platters that matter are still spinning.
My First Car: Remembering the 1931 Chevy Berline
After selling it in the '70s, I never imagined I'd have the opportunity to restore my first car to its...
Confessions of an MGB Enthusiast
Going from “Dad’s co-pilot” as a youngster to owning an MGB GT of my own in adulthood just seemed inevitable.
I Grew Up in a Mail-Order House From the Eaton’s Catalogue
A century-old farmhouse holds many special memories for one family.
How Andy’s Chinese Food Became the Best in East Central Alberta
Castor, Alberta's local hangout had several proprietors over the years, but for many folks, Andy Wong was behind its glory...
Happy Memories of Sledding in the ’40s
Recalling the fun and adventure of childhood winters in Holland, Manitoba.
Why I Keep a Picture of My Dad on the Dash of My ’41 Hudson
This vintage car evokes many memories and emotions.
10 Times Degrassi High Was the Best Thing on Television
If you were a child of the '80s, these moments are burned onto your brain.
Remembering the Royal Lake Country Store
Once a hub for this farming community in central Saskatchewan, all that's left of the Royal Lake Country Store is...
An Inseparable Pair
The heartwarming story of how a mutual love of classic cars helped forge a special bond between friends.
Around the Old Oak Table
Over the years, this workhorse piece of furniture has served our family well as a place to eat, catch up...
Reflections on Red Deer River
For this Alberta woman, a slow-moving stretch of the Red Deer River holds precious family memories.
Sadly, This is the Only Photo I Have of My 1985 Honda Prelude
It turns out you're always nostalgic about your first car—even if you didn't appreciate it at the time...