How do you like your co ee?
That perkiest of Canadian chocolate treats, the Coffee Crisp bar, turns 77 this year. It originated in Britain in the 1930s under another name before migrating to these shores.
In 1939, Coffee Crisp was officially launched, and while there have been flavour variations over the years — including orange, raspberry and even maple — chocolate and coffee remains the perennial favourite. (Fun fact: its factory is located in Toronto.)
James Hillier, left, and Albert Prebus were honoured at the Ontario Science Centre for building the irst electron microscope.