This Day In History
November 14
Year 4 Day 104 WWI
Year Month Start Date Event
1781 November 14 November 14 - Governor Chittenden answers General Washington that, notwithstanding Vermont's interest in the common cause, the people would rather join British Canadians than be subject to New York.
1863 November 14 Born - November 14 Edward Foster, fingerprint expert
1891 November 14 Born - November 14 - Frederick Banting, medical scientist, doctor and Nobel laureate (d.1941)
1903 November 14 Died - November 14 - John Andrew Davidson, politician (b.1852)
1909 November 14 Died - November 14 - Joshua Slocum, seaman, adventurer, writer, and first man to sail single-handedly around the world (b.1844)
1910 November 14 Born - November 14 - Michael Starr, politician and first Canadian cabinet minister of Ukrainian descent (d. 2000)
1919 November 14 November 14 - Ernest Drury becomes premier of Ontario, replacing Sir William Hearst.
1947 November 14 Died - November 14 - Walter Edward Foster, businessman, politician and 16th Premier of New Brunswick (b.1873)
1950 November 14 Born - November 14 - Colleen Peterson, singer (d.1996)
1969 November 14 Died - November 14 - Bobbie Rosenfeld, athlete and Olympic gold medalist (b.1904)
1975 November 14 November 14 - Canada's first community-based campus radio station, CKCU-FM in Ottawa, hits the airwaves
1976 November 14 Died - November 14 - Jean-Paul Beaulieu, politician and chartered accountant (b.1902)
1979 November 14 Born - November 14 - Randee Hermus, soccer player
1991 November 14 November 14 - Nellie Cournoyea becomes government leader of the Northwest Territories, replacing Dennis Patterson, the first woman to do so, first female premier of a Canadian territory and the second female premier in Canadian history after Rita Johnston
1997 November 14 November 14 - Fourteen year old Reena Virk is beaten to death by classmates in Victoria, BC.(born 1983)
1997 November 14 November 14 - Jack Pickersgill, civil servant and politician (born 1905)
1998 November 14 November 14 - Former Prime Minister Joe Clark is selected as the new leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada.
2006 November 14 November 14 - Sydney Banks, broadcaster and producer (born 1917)