Photo cred - Source & Source\nGearing up for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, let's take a look back into Olympic-Canadian history, way back to the first time the Olympic games were ever held in Canada: the 1976 Montreal Olympic Summer Games. Yes, before Calgary and Vancouver, Montreal took the world stage, with lasting influences still in our fair city today. And yes, I mean the Olympic Stadium.\nREAD ALSO: These 20 Pictures Of Expo 67 Will Leave You Speechless. There Are No Words\nExpo 67 definitely prepped Montreal to be an international hub, but the '76 Olympics truly put Montreal on the map. People form around the world got to enjoy the beautiful Montreal summer, eat some poutine, and take in the awesome of our city, all while watching some sexy pro athletes. Canada may not have one any gold medals, but Montreal still made the nation look good.\nFor a glimpse into the historic event, take a look at the vintage photos we've compiled below.\nSandra Henderson and Stephane Prefontaine carry carry the Olympic flame on the last relay before the torch is lit.\nGame on.\nThe Olympic stadium never looked so beautiful.\nMens fencing final, watch your eyes now!\nFinland wins the 10000m, how you like these shoes?\nWoodstock meets 1976 Olympics?\nThe marathon, what a grueling run.\nCuba on top of the world.\nRow row row your boat.\nCanada really knew how to grow some fair hair.\nThey would never let the games go on these days if the stadium wasn't complete.\nBefore Jordan, Kobe or Lebron.\nFlame on.\nIf the animals at the Bio-Dome only knew lol.\nUSA USA USA.\nQueen Elizabeth II of England and Lord Killanin enjoying some sport.\nSource & Source\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.