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Events from the year 1924 in Canada.
Canadian Red Ensign (1921–1957)
Arts and Literature 
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Science and technology 
- August - Mars is closer to Earth than it has been for many years and mysterious wireless signals are picked up at a Vancouver wireless station. It is thought by some to be evidence of martian contact.
- October 21 - CFYC carried a speech made by Prime Minister Mackenzie King from the Denman Arena, considered to be Canada's first federal political broadcast.
- The Edmonton Grads win their first international basketball tournament held as part of the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris. As it was only a demonstration sport, no medals were awarded. The Grads would dominate women's basketball tournaments from 1924 to 1936.
January to March 
April to June 
July to September 
- July 11 - Eugene Whelan, politician and Minister (d.2013)
- July 20 – Mort Garson, electronic musician (d.2008)
- July 21 - Lynn R. Williams, labour leader
- July 29 - Lloyd Bochner, actor (d.2005)
- July 30 - Roland Penner, politician
- September 13 - Léonel Beaudoin, politician
- September 19 - Don Harron, comedian, actor, director, journalist, author and composer
October to December 
- October 18 - Buddy MacMaster, fiddle player
- November 1 - Jean-Luc Pépin, academic, politician and Minister (d.1995)
- November 10 - Danny Cameron, politician (d.2009)
- December 6 - Donald Jack, novelist and playwright (d.2003)
- December 15 - Robert B. Salter, surgeon
- December 19 - Doug Harvey, ice hockey player (d.1989)
- December 20 - Judy LaMarsh, politician and Minister, lawyer, author and broadcaster (d.1980)
- December 22 - A. Edison Stairs, businessman and politician, New Brunswick MLA (1960–1978) and Minister of Finance (1974–1976), natural causes (d. 2010)
- January 23 - James Wilson Morrice, painter (b.1865)
- May 1 - Louis Henry Davies, lawyer, businessman, politician and 3rd Premier of Prince Edward Island (b.1845)
- May 21 - Jack Manzo Nagano, first Japanese immigrant to Canada.
- June 6 - Laure Conan, novelist (b.1845)
- September 21 - Edouard Deville, cartographer and Surveyor General of Canada (b.1850)
- October 29 - Peter Vasilevich Verigin, philosopher, activist and leader and preacher of the Doukhobors (b.1859)
- December 9 - Judson Burpee Black, physician and politician (b.1842)
- ^ http://www.vancouverhistory.ca/chronology1924.htm
- ^ http://www.histori.ca/minutes/lp.do?id=13113