Held across the spring, summer, and autumn of 1967, Expo 67 – or, to give it its full name, The 1967 International And Universal Exposition – was Canada’s coming-out party. With the new Maple Leaf flag (officially adopted on February 15, 1965) and celebrating the country’s 100th birthday, it gave Canadians a chance to show the world who they were and what they could do. But it almost didn’t happen… read more >
Expo 67: Canada Arrives With Thelonious Monk, Jefferson Airplane, The Supremes, and Harry Belafonte
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