“I was always a sort of Miss Fix-it around the house. I was interested in radio work so I started out planning to be a radio engineer.”
The bitterly cold climate of the Canadian North, where winter temperatures in some areas can fall as low as -40°C, shaped every aspect of life. The founding people – the Inuit – used local, natural materials to develop many things.
When James Naismith invented basketball in 1891, he had no idea that the game would one day be played around the world.