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New Ford A selection of the popular New Ford, the 1928 Model "A",
in Windsor, Ontario.
Ford Taxi An early Ford "taxi" on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, used to
carry visitors to the tourist hotel, Nighswanders Resort.
Truck The milk pick-up by truck, Fraser Valley, British Columbia, 1928.
Elizabeth Way The Queen Elizabeth Way, near St. Catharines, Ontario, 1950.
Originally opened in 1939 as the first four-lane, divided highway in Canada, it was
steadily improved in post-war years.
Street Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, in the 1950s.
Highway The crucial umbilical cord of much of the Canadian North: the historic
Dempster Highway, Yukon Territory.
Cove The historic lighthouse at Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia.
Street-Car Electric street-car in Toronto, Ontario, c. 1890s, wich altered city
traffic and extended the range of residential districts.
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