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It happened on a… June 27

2021

Hottest temperature ever recorded in Canada at 46.6 C (116 F) in Lytton, British Columbia (breaks record 2 days later with 49.6 C).

2017

Facebook has reached 2 billion monthly users.

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1994

Aerosmith become first major band to let fans download a full new track free from the internet.

1986

Oilers’ Wayne Gretzky wins the Hart Trophy as the NHL’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the 7th consecutive year.

1973

“Live & Let Die”, 8th James Bond Film, 1st to star Roger Moore, 1st released in the US.

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1972

Bobby Hull signed a 10-year hockey contract for $2,500,000. He became a player and coach of the Winnipeg Jets of the World Hockey Association.

1967

The world’s first cash dispenser was installed at Barclays Bank in Enfield, England.

1897

The Lumière Brothers from Paris hold the first cinema projection in Montreal at the Palace Theatre, on Boulevard St-Laurent.

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1759

General James Wolfe begins the siege of Quebec.

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It happened on a… August 10

2019

Financier Jeffrey Epstein found dead of an apparent suicide in his jail cell in New York, while awaiting trail for sex trafficking charges.

2015

Google announces its restructure as Alphabet, a holding company with Google, YouTube, Android and Chrome as subsidiaries.

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1985

Michael Jackson buys ATV Music (every Beatle song) for $47 million.

1979

“Off the Wall” 5th studio album by Michael Jackson is released (Billboard Album of the Year 1980).

1960

Los Angeles premiere of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho” starring Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh.

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1954

Construction began on the St. Lawrence Seaway.

1945

The day after the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan announced they would surrender. The only condition was that the status of Emperor Hirohito would remain unchanged.

1876

Alexander Graham Bell makes the world’s first long-distance call from Brantford to the Bell homestead in Paris.

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1793

The Musée du Louvre is officially opened in Paris, France.

1658

Completion of the Hotel Dieu hospital at Quebec.

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Katy Perry wants another child with Orlando Bloom!

Katy Perry opened up about her family life and her daughter Daisy Dove.

Katy Perry revealed that she and her partner, Orlando Bloom, would like to have a second child soon!

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This beautiful news was shared during the launch of the new non-alcoholic sparkling drink created by the star.

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom welcomed their first child, a baby girl named Daisy Dove, almost two years ago.

In fact, the couple is celebrating their daughter’s second birthday this August!

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As this joyous date is fast approaching, the singer and her husband are quietly thinking about welcoming a second child into their family.

At the launch event for Katy Perry’s new drink, the singer admitted that she would “love to grow her family” with her fiancé Orlando Bloom.

The singer also opened up about her day-to-day life with her daughter Daisy Dove.

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She explained that her daughter loves to dress up and dance, and that she’s really not shy about it. It’s adorable!

Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry make sure they always have a full-time parent with the little girl and trade off responsibilities between work and parenthood. It’s a great team effort!

The parents are however very discreet about their private life as well as their family life.

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Few pictures of Daisy Dove have been shared on social networks.

We can’t wait to see if Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom will go ahead with the baby 2 project!

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Did Serena Williams announce her retirement?

Serena Williams, a 23-time Grand Slam champion, came out with quite an announcement today (Tuesday), saying she was ready to retire from tennis to focus on the birth of another child as well as her business interests.

The 40-year-old, who has been truly transcendent in her sport, was not very clear about when she will retire, but all indications are that the U.S. Open (opens August 29 in New York) could be her last tournament.

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Williams doesn’t want this to be the end, but at the same time, she remains serene, and seems ready for the next part of her career… away from tennis.

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