Let It Snow(flake). 1974.

Canada's Maritime Provinces, Moncton, New Brunswick, welcomed Canada's finest figure skaters for the 1974 Canadian Figure Skating Championships. An unusually shaped event pin, a hexagon, marked the occasion and repeated the shape used for the pin that commemorated the 1972 World Championships, held in Calgary. The hexagon would make another appearance on a major championship pin in Canada when it was used for the the 1987 Skate Canada event.

Canadian Lookalikes. 1973–1980.

The 1973 Skate Canada International, the inaugural event of the senior-level invitational, was held in Calgary, Alberta, just a year and half after the 1972 World Figure Skating Championships had taken place there. From 1973 through 1980, Skate Canada was the only annual major international figure skating competition contested in North America.

O Skate Canada! 1973–1980.

The 1973 Skate Canada International, the inaugural event of the senior-level invitational, was held in Calgary, Alberta, just a year and half after the 1972 World Figure Skating Championships had taken place there. From 1973 through 1980, Skate Canada was the only annual major international figure skating competition contested in North America.