100 Years of Buckley’s.

100 Years of Buckley’s

For 100 Years, Buckley’s has been helping Canadians feel better. And, while times may change, while trends and styles come and go, one thing that remains the same is that Buckley’s tastes awful and it works.

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2019
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A young woman stands in her Toronto Condo. We see a parade through a window. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2019

Buckley’s celebrates its 100th anniversary. Canadians throw viewing parties and parades. Oh, and Toronto wins the basketball thing. Wait, maybe the parade was actually for them?

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2018
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A man dressed to celebrate the Royal Wedding takes Buckley's. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2018

Canadians gather to watch the Royal Wedding. Viewing parties happen from coast-to-coast. Dave, from Victoria, actually kind of wished he was still sick so he didn’t have to go.

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2017
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Fireworks light the sky behind a man during Canada 150 celebrations. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2017

Canada celebrates 150! Show offs.

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2016
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A High Park zookeeper while on the lookout for a runaway capybara takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2016

A renegade capybara escapes from the High Park Zoo in Toronto, making headlines around the world. The faces people make when taking Buckley’s often resemble the faces of some zoo animals.

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2015
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An athlete sits in her dorm room during the Pan Am games. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2015

Athletes from the Americas gather in Toronto to compete in the games. Take it from us, pole-vaulting with a runny nose is no fun at all.

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2014
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A man in hipster gear stands in front of his computer. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2014

Lost for over 160 years; Sir John Franklin’s ship, the H.M.S Erebus is found. Ever find yourself locked in a cold? Buckley’s can help you find a way out.

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2013
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A male referee sits in his basement. His stripped shirt behind him. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2013

Canadians from coast-to-coast celebrate the end of the Hockey lockout. Doug, from Wetaskiwin, celebrates feeling better after a bad case of cold and flu.

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2012
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A man wearing his war of 1812 replica costume takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2012

Canada celebrates the 200-year anniversary of the war of 1812. Looks like celebrating anniversaries is all the rage.

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2011
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A hockey fan in Winnipeg paints her face white to support her team. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2011

Winnipeg gets back in the game with the return of their beloved hockey team. You know what can help get you back in the game? That’s right, Buckley’s.

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2010
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We see a woman in a farm house. Tomatoes are smudged on the window. A tornado has blown through. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2010

A tornado hits Leamington, Ontario. Tomatoes are everywhere. Buckley’s is a bit like a tornado on the taste buds.

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2009
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 A performer in drag in their dressing room takes Buckley's and makes a face because of the taste.

2009

A popular TV show helps bring drag culture into the spotlight.

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2008
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 A man in front of his piano takes Buckley's. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2008

A Saturday night hockey tradition changes its theme song. A competition to write a new one begins. If Buckley’s was a song, we think it would be rock-n-roll or just a bunch of cymbals crashing together.

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2007
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A woman stands in front of her house. We see multiple shopping bags behind her. She takes Buckley's. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2007

A healthy Canadian dollar sees it rise above parity with the US dollar; a first since 1978. Buckley’s can help get your health back to parity. What an investment!

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2006
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A young inventor stands in front of his drawings and computers. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2006

Inventors take centre stage as a popular TV show gives their thinking a place to shine. We think William Knapp Buckley would’ve done pretty well on one of these shows.

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2005
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We see a man in his bathroom. We see two towels that read: His. His. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2005

Same sex marriage is legalized in Canada. Since 1919, Buckley’s has been not enjoyed by both married and non-married men and women.

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2004
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A young girl with punky inspired hair is working at a batting cage. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2004

Montreal’s baseball team relocates to Washington. If your cold was a baseball team, Buckley’s would help relocate it to Notfeelingsickanymoreville.

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2003
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A woman is in a candlelit room in 2003. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2003

A massive blackout leaves much of Eastern Canada in the dark. Can you take Buckley’s in the dark? Yes, it makes it even scarier.

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2002
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A man in his kitchen. We see garbage bags behind him. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2002

A garbage strike adds some unwanted aroma into the Toronto air. When asked, people will often say that the taste of Buckley’s stinks.

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2001
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We see a man in a library. White earphones come out of his shirt pocket to his ears. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2001

MP3 Audio Players gain popularity. Wikipedia is invented. Unlike Buckley’s, libraries begin to go out of style.

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2000
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A man is in his house over-looking a frozen lake. A meteorite has landed on it. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

2000

A meteorite slams into Lake Tagish at the exact same time a spoonful of Buckley’s smashes into the mouth of Brian McCarter.

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1999
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A young woman is in her Y2K styled bunker. We see bottled water and canned food. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1999

Some people thought Y2K was going to be the end of the world, just like how some people act like it’s the end of the world when they’re sick.

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1998
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A man during the Quebec ice storm wears winter gear inside his house. We see a thermostat behind him. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1998

Large parts of Eastern Canada lose power for weeks after a devastating ice storm. Feel better when a cold has knocked you out with Buckley’s!

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1997
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A young woman stands in her living room. We see a big screen TV and DVD player behind her. She takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1997

The DVD format and big screen TVs slowly begin gaining popularity. Sick days just got a whole lot better, again.

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1996
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Young boy is in his classic boy’s bedroom. There is a jar of coins behind him. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1996

The Toonie is introduced into circulation. When Buckley’s is introduced into your circulation, you should gradually begin to feel relieved of your cold and flu symptoms.

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1995
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A young teen girl in her sports themed inspired bedroom takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1995

Canada gets its first professional basketball team named after a dinosaur. Buckley’s is a meteorite for colds like a meteorite is a meteorite for dinosaurs.

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1994
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A woman stands in her garage. The door is open and we see snow and hockey and lacrosse sticks. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1994

Hockey and Lacrosse officially become the official national sports of Canada. Officially, Buckley’s still tastes awful and still works.

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1993
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A teen in his room wears a sporty top in front of sport pennants hanging on the wall. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1993

A Canadian team wins the baseball championship, again. And, you guessed it, Buckley’s is 74.

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1992
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A young grunge style rocker stands in front of some sports pennants in a room in his house. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1992

Grunge is in. A Canadian team wins the baseball championship. Taking Buckley’s is a little bit like getting hit by a pitch.

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1991
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A business woman from the early ‘90s stands in front of her computer room desk. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1991

The internet is in its infancy while shoulder pads are enjoying their last moments of fame. Speaking of infancy, Buckley’s is not to be given to children 12 and under.

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1990
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A young teen is in his living room. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1990

The ‘90s brought us many things, but no one can ever forget the flashy colours or the cold Erwin from Fredericton had in October of that year.

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1989
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A young woman stands at a lifeguard tower. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1989

A show about California lifeguards and the CPR mannequin are invented. Some people have said that when they’re feeling sick, Buckley’s is a real lifesaver.

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1988
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A woman in a classic 80s ski suit stands on the porch of a ski-chalet with old skis in the background. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1988

Calgary holds the winter games. Buckley’s takes gold in tasting awful and working.

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1987
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In a downtown environment a Hip Hopper stands in front of a graffiti wall. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1987

The B-Boy and Hip-Hop craze start to become mainstream. The Loonie is introduced. Buckley’s in ’87 would cost you roughly five loonies.

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1986
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A young man dressed like a hair metal rocker from the 80s is standing in the alley behind a concert hall. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1986

Hair metal bands and Halley’s Comet make grand appearances in ’86. You know what also makes you want to look up and shake your head? Buckley’s.

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1985
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A woman in her classic 80s neon exercise gear stands in an aerobic studio. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1985

Jazzercise is the latest fitness craze, bringing with it lots of colourful spandex. Colourful language can be heard from some people after taking Buckley’s.

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1984
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A man in an office talks on a large cell phone. His co-worker stands in front of him. Both men are wearing classic 1970s suits. The man in the foreground takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1984

The first portable cell phones make an appearance. Spoons are portable and are used to transport Buckley’s from the bottle to your mouth.

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1983
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A video arcade worker in a mall arcade takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1983

Video arcades are the latest trend. You know what’s been trendy for 66 years at this point? Getting better with Buckley’s.

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1982
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A pageant winner in her crown and sash in her dressing room takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1982

A Canadian wins the Miss Universe Pageant. Q: If you could change one thing about the world what would it be? A: That more people would use Buckley’s.

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1981
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A gas station attendant wearing his uniform stands beside his pumps. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1981

After switching to metric in 1971, the gas and diesel industry finally do the same. In case you missed it, Buckley’s Original Mixture is available in 100mL and 200mL bottles.

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1980
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A fencer stands beside his equipment in a gym. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1980

Canada and many other nations boycott the games. Many athletes, sick or not find themselves with a lot of free time.

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1979
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A woman is in her kitchen wearing music headphones. A piece of pie is on the counter behind her. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1979

Portable music players and a famous Canadian trivia game take Canada by storm. Storms are also typically associated with cold and flu season.

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1978
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A young man is in his TV room with car racing decorations and an orange cat. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1978

Canadian Gilles Villeneuve wins his first ever Grand Prix in Montreal. Marco from Lasalle celebrates that and the fact that he can breathe through his nose for the first time in days.

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1977
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A young man with a large mohawk haircut stands in his wood paneled basement near his guitar. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1977

Punk Rock and all its attitude begins to influence Canadian pop-culture. Buckley’s is kinda like Punk Rock. Hard hitting. Face contorting.

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1976
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A young woman stands beside her TV and VCR player. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1976

The VHS player comes to Canada, bringing with it the popular catch-phrase, VHS and relax.

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1975
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A man stands in front of a steel structure wearing construction gear. He takes Buckley's. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1975

The tallest freestanding structure in the world begins construction. Buckley’s often brings freestanding people to their knees.

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1974
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A young boy with casts on his arms stands in a room. There is a phone behind him. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1974

A daredevil tries to jump the Snake River Canyon, influencing kids all across the country. In a stroke of good-timing, 911 is implemented across Canada. Does taking Buckley’s make you a daredevil? Maybe…

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1973
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A young woman in her classic 1970s styled living room takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1973

The first pride week and pride marches take place in major cities across Canada.

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1972
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A man is standing in his living room, and through the window is the legs of a dog and police officer. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1972

Canada wins the 1972 Summit Series. 14 men escape from a federal penitentiary. We imagine the Russian goalie and those prison guards must’ve felt a bit sick after those events.

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1971
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A man in front of chalkboard in a classroom takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1971

Canada adopts the metric system. Buckley’s Original Mixture is available in 100mL and 200mL bottles.

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1970
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A young woman with protest signs all around her has just returned from a march. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1970

Canada officially moves the voting age from 21 to 18. It’s unanimous. Buckley’s tastes awful and it works.

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1969
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In a park setting, the moon shines bright on a young “hippie” woman. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1969

It’s the summer of love. We land on the moon. Everybody is all smiles until they take Buckley’s.

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1968
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A young man wearing East Indian inspired clothes stands in front of some classic ‘60s styled wallpaper. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1968

Canadian fashion becomes more worldly as Indian culture begins to influence pop-culture. Taking Buckley’s won’t win you any style points but it might help you feel better.

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1967
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Inside a honeycombed shaped structure at Expo ’67 a young, stylish woman takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1967

Montreal welcomes the world with open arms during Expo ’67 – the opposite of how most mouths welcome a spoonful of Buckley’s.

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1966
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A young “jock” wearing his team jacket stands in his parents living room in front of the TV. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1966

The colour TV begins making its way into homes across Canada. Have you ever wondered what colour Buckley’s is? White-ish. And, now you know.

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1965
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A flight attendant in 1965 stands in an airport terminal. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1965

Canada gets a new national flag and a new national airline. There’s also a maple leaf on every bottle of Buckley’s.

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1964
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A jockey wearing his silks at a racetrack takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1964

Northern Dancer becomes the first Canadian horse to win the Kentucky Derby. If you’re feeling a little hoarse, we recommend Buckley’s.

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1963
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A young man influenced by the style of the Beatles stands in front of a record player in his house. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1963

Beatlemania sweeps the nation. So, does a very aggressive cold and flu season.

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1962
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A space flight controller stands in the computer control room. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1962

Canada’s first satellite, Alouette 1, is launched. Some people do a countdown before taking Buckley’s.

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1961
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A woman dressed like Jackie Kennedy in 1961 takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1961

JFK and Jackie visit Ottawa. The Niagara River begins producing hydro-electric power. The New Democratic Party is formed. There is still no cure for the common cold.

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1960
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A woman archeologist in Newfoundland stands in her working tent with a maritime scene behind her. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1960

The Viking settlement at L’Anse Aux Meadows, Newfoundland is discovered. Did Vikings even get sick?

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1959
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A sea captain navigates his boat through the St. Lawrence Seaway. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.https://open.spotify.com/track/7DHFvHY23mzcYiVZ7zrGmL?si=sBx_Q1cvTMad5Qn4w1D9zg

1959

The St. Lawrence Seaway opens for business. Sailors from all around the world now have access to Buckley’s.

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1958
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A young man in a locker room wearing half of a horse mascot costume takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1958

The Canadian football league is founded. Three teams are named after horses. Buckley’s is named after its inventor, William Knapp Buckley, who was not a horse.

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1957
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A mom in 1957 stands beside her Thanksgiving table. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1957

Thanksgiving is moved to the second Monday in October. You know what else happens in October? Cold and flu season. Fun.

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1956
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A young woman dressed like Marilyn Monroe takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1956

Rock and Roll and Marilyn Monroe are all the rage with teenagers. Just like Buckley’s is all the rage with people suffering with cold and flu-like symptoms.

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1955
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A police office stands in the police station in front of his desk and file cabinet. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1955

A bad call against a famous Montreal Hockey player leads to riots resulting in the arrest of over 100 people. Some people have said that the taste of Buckley’s is also offside.

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1954
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A young mechanic in a garage takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1954

Automobile production in Oshawa and Oakville, Ontario kick into high gear. If your cold and flu has kicked into high gear, put on the brakes with Buckley’s.

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1953
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An actor wearing a Queen’s dress stands backstage at a theatre. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1953

The Stratford Festival opens and Queen Elizabeth II is coronated. It’s a great year for crowns and a great reminder that everyone, no matter their station in life, gets sick from time-to-time.

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1952
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A middle-age man stands beside a 1952 TV watching hockey. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1952

Hockey Night in Canada goes to air, quickly becoming a Saturday night tradition. Just like the “exciting” tradition of taking Buckley’s when you’re suffering from cough and cold.

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1951
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A beer delivery driver is in the shipping yard in front of crates. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1951

A famous Canadian brewery from London, Ontario unveils a beer named after a colour, which is still being enjoyed today. Cheers to that.

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1950
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A man stands in his flooded house. Items float around him. His dog sits on a chair. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1950

The Red River spills its banks flooding a large portion of Winnipeg. And, the garbage bag is invented. Don’t spill your Buckley’s. It’s like liquid gold during cold and flu season.

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1949
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A man stands in his living room. Pictures are crooked on the wall after an earthquake. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1949

An 8.1 magnitude earthquake hits the Queen Charlotte Islands in British Columbia. We recommend shaking Buckley’s well before use.

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1948
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A woman figure skating coach in a scarf and sweater is standing in a rink. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1948

A Canadian woman wins figure skating gold! Figure skating coaches across the country rejoice. Rejoice is what some people do after they take Buckley’s. Not often, but it does happen.

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1947
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A young boy dressed in baseball gear stands in his bedroom in front of a bat and ball. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1947

One of the best players of all time becomes the first African American to suit up for a major league team. A UFO is also spotted in Roswell. A young boy is relieved of his cough and cold symptoms. Cosmic intervention or Buckley’s?

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1946
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A woman holds her baby in her arms in her 1946 styled living room. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1946

The first waterproof diaper is invented. It’s a good invention but we would argue that it’s not as good as the invention of Buckley’s.

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1945
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A man in 1945 stands in the living room of his post war bungalow in front of moving boxes. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1945

WW2 ends and a boom in suburban housing development begins. Buckley’s is unpacked from moving boxes and placed in medicine cabinets all across Canada.

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1944
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A woman in her house stands beside a classic wood radio listening to D-Day news. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1944

14,000 Canadian troops participate in the D-Day invasions. At home, Canadians hear and follow the news via radio.

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1943
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A woman working in a munitions factory in Canada during World War 2 takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1943

With the war raging in Europe, the war effort at home ramps up. Days lost to coughs and colds: Zero.

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1942
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A dairy farmer wearing farm gear for milking cows stands in front of his animals. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1942

The Dairy Farmers of Canada is formed and the Canadian agricultural industry is tasked with helping feed Allied troops overseas. Help – it’s what Buckley’s and Canadians do, no matter what.

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1941
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A woman in military uniform stands in a World War 2 map room. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1941

The Canadian Women’s Army Corps is officially founded to help with the war effort. Buckley’s is still being readily used across Canada to help with the cough and cold effort.

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1940
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1940

With Canada at war in Europe, Canada Post kicks into high gear delivering letters to and from soldiers. Neither rain, nor snow nor stuffy nose with a cough…

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1939
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A woman in 1939 is in her living room. A picture of her husband in war uniform hangs on the wall. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1939

An innovation in brassiere technology gives women across Canada the lift they’ve been looking for. In unrelated but kind of related news, Buckley’s also helps pick you up.

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1938
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A young boy with dark glasses and dark slicked hair stands in his bedroom. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1938

One of the most famous super heroes takes flight for the first time. Speaking of super heroes, you know who else packs a punch? Buckley’s. That’s who.

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1937
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We see a woman in winter gear in her house. Her mitts drying on a wood burning stove. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1937

The snow mobile is invented by a man in Quebec and Snow White is released. Snow means winter and winter means cough and cold… Just saying…

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1936
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A young paperboy stands on a street corner. The trees are changing colour. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1936

One of Canada’s most famous newspapers is formed and King George is coronated. In other news, Buckley’s still tastes awful and it still works.

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1935
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A farmer stands in front of his wheat field with grain elevators in the distance. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1935

The Canadian Wheat Board is established in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This news leaves a good taste in the mouths of farmers. Buckley’s however…

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1934
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A nurse in a maternity ward stands beside a green hospital curtain. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1934

The Dionne Quintuplets are born in Callander, Ontario. Can you imagine having five sick kids at home? We can’t.

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1933
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A woman stands in her farm house in front of the window. It’s all dusty outside due to drought. She takes Buckley’s and makes a strange face because of the taste.

1933

The prairies are hit hard by drought and a rare grasshopper epidemic. You know what else hits hard? Buckley’s, that’s who.

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1932
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A coal miner covered in black dust standing in a coal mine takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1932

Coal-Miners begin a bitter 7-month strike in Alberta. Buckley’s taste is often described as awful but never bitter.

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1931
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A train conductor from 1931 stands in the train’s engine room. He takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1931

With 25% unemployment, men often jump trains into the city to look for work.

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1930
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A rumrunner with a burly beard in barrel filled-tunnel takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1930

With Prohibition in full-swing, “Rum-Runners” find that business is booming. Their bosses, however, didn’t like it when they took sick days.

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1929
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A stock broker in his office beside his desk and stock ticker tape takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1929

The Stock Market crashes, sending the world into the Great Depression. Luckily, in 1929 Buckley’s only costs around 40 cents.

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1928
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A woman in 1928 stands in her kitchen with a toaster in the background. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1928

Sliced bread is invented. Is it really the greatest thing? What about spaceships, the wheel, or Buckley’s?

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1927
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A woman in winter gear stands in front of a window. The snow outside is very deep. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1927

The snow blower is invented. Canadians from coast-to-coast celebrate the invention. Blowing your nose is a symptom of cold and flu.

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1926
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A flapper girl from the 1920’s in her ornate bedroom takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1926

The roaring 20’s is in full swing. Unfortunately, Buckley’s is not a cure for hangovers.

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1925
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We see a woman in her house in 1925. A picture is off the wall. She takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1925

Women across Canada are given the right and the power to divorce men. We think that once you take Buckley’s, you’ll stick with it forever.

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1924
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A world war 1 pilot, dressed in flight wear takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1924

The Royal Canadian Air Force is officially formed. Bombs away – can also be said before taking Buckley’s.

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1923
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A musician, backstage wearing his tuxedo takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1923

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra plays its first show. Buckley’s is like music to ears for your stuffy nose and sore throat.

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1922
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A young girl, inspired by King Tut, takes Buckley’s. She makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1922

The Tomb of King Tut is discovered in Egypt. The images of the boy king capture imaginations across Canada and the world. Canadians are also discovering that Buckley’s tastes awful and it works.

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1921
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A Halifax fisherman takes Buckley’s in his seaside home. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1921

The Bluenose sets sail for the first time off the coast of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Unfortunately, Buckley’s doesn’t help with seasickness.

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1920
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An RCMP officer, in his log cabin home takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1920

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are founded. Buckley’s helps put cold and flu under arrest.

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1919
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A pharmacist in a pharmacy takes Buckley’s. He makes a strange face after because of the taste.

1919

William Knapp Buckley, a Toronto pharmacist formulates Buckley’s Original Mixture. Canadians quickly realize that it tastes awful and it works.

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