These are pictures from a Field Day early in SARC's History. However, nobody wrote a date on any of the photographs, so I'm not sure what year it was. Also, not everybody's name is indicated, so there are several unknowns.
In 1968, the Scarborough Amateur Radio Club was the local sponsor of the CNE exhibit. The Trilliums, a womens Amateur Radio club founded in part by amateurs of SARC, shared the left part of the booth while the Radio Society of Ontario, RSO, shared the right.
The Sun has been in the news a lot lately because it's beginning to send out more flares and solar storms. Its recent turmoil is particularly newsworthy because the Sun was very quiet for an unusually long time. Astronomers had a tough time explaining the extended solar minimum. New computer simulations imply that the Sun's long quiet spell resulted from changing flows of hot plasma within it.