Wednesday, April 26, 2017

On This Day In Canadian History....

1900 - A defective chimney on a house in Hull caught fire, which quickly spread between the wooden houses due to windy conditions. Two thirds of Hull was destroyed, including 40 per cent of its residential buildings and most of its largest employers along the waterfront. The fire also spread across the wooden Chaudière Bridge and destroyed a large swath of western Ottawa from the LeBreton Flats south to Dow's Lake. About one fifth of Ottawa was destroyed with almost everything in the band between Booth Street and the rail line leveled; known now as The Great Hull Fire of 1900; $10 million in losses.

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