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

On this day in Canada

Below are the major events that occurred in Canada on this day, September 26

  • 1904 Earl Grey was named the governor-general of Canada by King Edward VII 

Credit: Library and Archives Canada/MIKAN 3216346

  • 1907 New Zealand and Newfoundland were each granted the status of dominion by Britain 

Credit: Wikipedia 

  • 1988: Ben Johnson was stripped of his 100-m gold medal three days later after failing a doping test.

Credit: Sportnets

Source: OnThisDay.com

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