Here are our favourite moments from the past 35 years of the Milk Calendar.Take a look back
The Milk Calendar launches with eight new milk recipes.
Get a blast of energy before you jazzercise.
On July 17 1976, the Olympics came to Canada for the first time.
In 1971, Ray Tomlinson invented electronic mail or email.
The first email was sent between two side-by-side computers.
Ginsu Knives is a registered trademark of Douglas Quikut Products. Quote courtesy of YouTube
Mr. Coffee is a registered trademark of Sunbeam Products, Inc.. Photo credit: Flickr
70s Disco style is immortalized by John Travolta in “Saturday Night Fever”.
Bob Barker hosts one of the longest-running game shows in the world.
After a three-year hiatus, the Milk Calendar returns to Canadian kitchens.
In 1975, microwave ovens begin to out-sell traditional gas ranges.
Microwave ovens become the primary way to reheat food.
Get a blast of the 80s retro style with this 1985 Milk Calendar cover.
Lean Cuisine introduces a healthy alternative to frozen dinners.
On April 12, 1980, Terry Fox begins his Marathon of Hope in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Terry Fox begins his 143 day Marathon of Hope across Canada.
Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer marry on July 29, 1981.
The royal couple marry at St. Paul’s Cathedral before 3,500 guests.
Michael Jackson records the record-breaking album “Thriller”.
Celebrity chef, Bonnie Stern, directs the 1988 Milk Calendar.
Michael J. Fox boards the DeLorean and takes us “Back to the Future”.
Enjoy one of our all-time fan favourite recipes.
This classic recipe is one of our all-time fan favourite recipes.
The Toronto Blue Jays win back-to-back World Series.
Joe Carter leads the Toronto Blue Jays to their second World Series.
Justin Bieber was born on March 1st, 1994 in Stratford, Ontario.
Patricia Mallette gave birth to the Canadian superstar, Justin Bieber.
Canadian chef, Bonnie Stern, teamed up again with the Milk Calendar.
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Easy-Bake Oven is a registered trademark of Hasbro. Photo credit: YouTube
Canadian director James Cameron wins 11 Academy Awards for “Titanic”.
Canadian TV host, Mr. Dressup takes his final bow.
The Food Network first aired on November 23, 1993 starring Emeril Lagasse.
TV chef, James Barber, appears on the cover of the Milk Calendar.
Celebrate the Millennium Edition Milk Calendar with 22 delicious recipes.
Food Network personality Christine Cushing whips up a heavenly dessert.
An ultra-portable MP3 music player that puts 1,000 songs in your pocket.
A lucky Loonie brings the Canadian Men’s and Women’s hockey teams Olympic gold.
Both the Canadian men’s and women’s hockey teams win Olympic gold.
Slap Chop is a trademark of Permission Interactive, Inc.
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“Sex and the City” stars Carrie and Miranda spark the cupcake craze.
Over 900 students join Mark Zuckerberg’s the Facebook in its first week.
Nutritionist Anne Lindsay whips up some magic for our 25th Anniversary.
In July 2007, thousands of Harry Potter fans camp out at bookstores for the final book.
The final Harry Potter book smashes book records around the world.
James Cameron’s “Avatar” becomes the highest-grossing movie worldwide.
The Olympic torch was lit in Vancouver February 12, 2010.
Vancouver hosted the Olympic Winter Games for 17 days.
Prince William and Lady Catherine wed at Westminster Abbey in London.
To celebrate we’ve updated 12 of our all time fan favourite recipes.
Heymans wins fourth medal at her fourth Olympics
The Canadian astronaut stars in the first music video filmed in space.
The Royal Baby, Prince George, was born on July 22, 2013.
The son of Prince William and Kate arrives at 8 pounds, 6 ounces.
Canadian dairy farmers share their favourite recipes.