“Family members gathered on a porch, Muskoka Lakes, Ontario,” ca. 1900, by Frank W. Micklethwaite, via Library and Archives Canada (under CC license).
Mr. and Mrs. Hall, Punnichy, Saskatchewan, date and photographer unknown, via Library and Archives Canada Commons on flickr.
“Mabel Williams with her bicycle at 54 Main Street, residence of James Ballantyne, Ottawa, Ontario,” July 1898, by James Ballatyne, via Library and Archives Canada Commons on flickr (under CC License).
King Edward VII Memorial Bandstand, King’s Square, Saint John, New Brunswick, date and photographer unknown, via Canadian National Railways at Library and Archives Canada on flickr (used under CC license).
I think this photo was taken in the 1930s. The band climbed up a ladder to perform over the pool and fountain. The bandstand was built in 1908 and still exists today. It was refurbished in 2013.
“Girl blowing bubbles on a daisy at Harvey’s,” Toronto, Ontario, June 25, 1916, by John Boyd, via Library and Archives Canada Commons under CC license.