the Canadian women's hockey team revealed the new Hudson bay Olympic mittens. the "red mitten" campaign has raised over 28$ million for Canadian Olympic athletes over the past 7 years. these mittens have become a major trend because the are perfect way for Canadians to show their pride for their country and support their athletes. Taylor Beach
Canada's Lucky Loonies - The tradition started at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. Since the crew laying the ice in the arena was Canadian, they secretly hid a one dollar coin in the ice to give luck to Canada's athletes. When both the men's and women's hockey teams won the gold medals, the secret was revealed, and the tradition stuck. Ever since, Canadian athletes have hidden a "lucky loonie" somewhere on Olympic premises for luck: in Sochi 2014, it was in their beer fridge ;)
Lt.-Col. Maryse Carmichael is an accomplished pilot who became the first woman in Canadian history selected to fly with the famous Snowbirds Aerobatic Team. In November 2000 she was chosen to fly #3 position with the 431 Air Demonstration Squadron.
Piper Jaffray company did a survery on the spending habits of 9,600 teens across the country. this is a survey they do twice a year to gain insight on how teens are spending their money on fashion, cosmetics, and entertainment. this survey gives stores insightful information on what products teens want and how to attract them into to their stores- Taylor Beach
Ethel Stark 1916-2012 She started the first all-woman orchestra in the country; was the first Canadian woman to become a famous conductor. A trailblazer who paved the way for female classical musicians in Canada.
Marion Orr -- "Owing to the male-biased Service regulations of the time, the wishes of Canadian women pilots to fly with the RCAF during World War II were generally shot down. Nevertheless, as least one Canadian woman managed to fly military aircraft. Marion Orr paid for her own flying lessons in 1941, then went off to England