TODAY IN HISTORY
On this date in 1943, Prime Minister Mackenzie King, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and U.S. President
Franklin Roosevelt met with military planners at Quebec City to discuss the invasion of France and Pacific campaigns.
In 1977, the biggest manhunt in New York City history ended with the arrest of David Berkowitz as the “Son of Sam” killer, who murdered six people and wounded seven others in one year. He was later sentenced to 365 years in prison.
In 2008, massive explosions and fire at a propane storage facility in north-end Toronto neighbourhood forced the evacuation of thousands of residents.