On This Day in Canada’s History (October 26)     

Below are the major events that occurred in Canada’s history on this day, October 26:

  • 1985:The Montreal Canadiens retired Doug Harvey’s #2 jersey.
  • 1997: At the European Grand Prix in Jerez, Spain, Jacques Villeneuve secured a remarkable third-place finish. This achievement made him the first Canadian to claim the F1 World Drivers Championship, winning by a commanding 39-point margin over Michael Schumacher.
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