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"A Question of Balance: Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Interior Operations"

Film is a Canfor promotional video. As described on the video case, "'A Question of Balance' provides an overview of Canfor's operations throughout north central British Columbia and northern Alberta. Through interviews with employees and people in communities where Canfor operates, the video features information on the following areas of interest: safety, forest management, harvesting, pulp and paper production, environmental improvements, new technologies, economic impact, and career opportunities."

"Alternative Silvicultural Systems in the Northern Mixedwoods of Alberta"

Film is a research summary produced by the Canadian Forest Service. As described on the video case: "Initiated in 1992, this research project was intended to test a range of harvesting and silvicultural options in reducing wind damage to residual white spruce on moist to wet sites after harvest of the deciduous overstorey. If forest managers are to successfully implement alternative silvicultural systems on these northern boreal forest sites, mitigation of windthrow will be critical to successful operations. The project also tests growth and yield, regeneration stocking standards, aesthetic and biodiversity components."


Film is a promotional video for Dynacom, the television announcement system installed throughout the UNBC campus.

"Fibre of Russia"

Recording entitled "Fibre of Russia" possibly includes footage of a summer 1996 research trip to Russia with a group of UNBC students and professor John Young.

"For the Record"

File consists of "For the Record" from 1995-2001, which was a version of the UNBC weekly bulletin that was delivered to members of the local news media.

"North to the Future"

"North to the Future" is a promotional video for UNBC. Contains clips with Ken Coates (Founding VP Academic), Geoffrey Weller (UNBC President), Queen Elizabeth II, Jon Swainger (UNBC Fort St. John), Iona Campagnolo (Founding UNBC Chancellor), Mayor Steve Thorlakson (Fort St. John), Kari Stedham Gosnell (UNBC Terrace), Deanna Nyce (Wilp Wilxo'oskwhl Nisga'a), Jennifer Azak (UNBC Nass Valley), Mari-Etha Pienaar (Prince Rupert), Mayor John Kuz (Prince Rupert), Brent Campbell (Deloitte & Touche, Prince George), Tom Steadman (UNBC Founder), Paul Shelley (Royal Bank, Prince George), Winifred Kessler (UNBC Forestry), Tom Boughner (Skeena Cellulose, Prince Rupert), C.T. Hazelwood (Northwood Pulp & Timber, Prince George), Joanne Matthews (UNBC librarian), Gail Sexsmith (BC Hydro, Vancouver), Pat Sarsfield (UNBC Award and Financial Aid Coordinator), Vernon Forster (UNBC Donor), Sean Maurice (UNBC student), Fay Niemi (UNBC student), Kirsten Hartley (UNBC student), and Jackie Watson (UNBC Graduate).

"Northern Is..."

"Northern Is..." is a promotional video for UNBC created by Iris Communications. Contains clips with Ken Coates (Founding VP Academic), Jon Swainger (UNBC Fort St. John), Ray Reilly (UNBC student), Marcy Anderson (UNBC student), Joanne Matthews (UNBC librarian), Iona Campagnolo (Founding UNBC Chancellor), Judy Wahn (UNBC Commerce professor), Joe de la Ronde (UNBC student), Kirsten Hartley (UNBC student), Todd Whitcombe (UNBC Chemistry), Heather Smith (UNBC International Studies), Kierin Mackenzie (UNBC student), Pat Sarsfield (UNBC Award and Financial Aid Coordinator), Fay Niemi (UNBC student), Winifred Kessler (UNBC Natural Resources Management), Sean Maurice (UNBC student), Brad Courtoureille (UNBC student), and Jackie Watson (UNBC student).

"Rez Life"

Videotape contains footage of: [Nov-02?] - "Rez Life"; Tanner Alden; Rafal Olejniczak. This is an amateur video recording of student life in UNBC residence.

"The Green Logger"

Film is an Alberta Pacific Forest Industries educational video. As described on the video case: "The forest is no longer recognized as just a place where trees grow; it is an ecosystem with many other values besides just trees. Ecosystem management, a new way of seeing the forest which recognizes the importance of biodiversity and multiple uses of the forest, is replacing traditional forestry practices. This video is intended to provide an overview of the principles of ecosystem management to new loggers contracted to Alberta-Pacific. As forest management evolves, so must the people who harvest the forest, as it is they who will ultimately determine its success."

Aboriginal Health Sciences program

Videotape contains footage of: 22-May-04 - Aboriginal Health Sciences program - field course near Nautley Reserve Tape 2 - George, Rita (hat); Thomas, Doris (orange); Louis, Kimberley (right); Louis, Cary-Anne (left); Palmantier, Monty

April 1994 raw footage for Spotlight on UNBC

Videotape contains footage of: 14-Apr-94 - UNBC's Vancouver-based Liaison Officer - Prentice, Lauren / 14-Apr-94 - Stand-ups - Rob / 19-Apr-94 - First UNBC graduates - Watson, Jackie; Yandeau, Niki, Bathy, Margaret / 21-Apr-94 - Quesnel Regional Academic Plan - Macknak, Dennis; Facey, Ellen / 22-Apr-94 - Northwest Region Issues - Anderson, Margaret / 22-Apr-94 - First UNBC Graduate - Gordon, Myron

April 1995 raw footage for Spotlight on UNBC

Videotape contains footage of: 17-Apr-95 - 1995 Graduate - Breen, Kelly / 18-Apr-95 - UNBC English Professors Launch World Wide Web Project - Beeler, Stan; Dowling, David / 19-Apr-95 - Financial Aid and Awards - Sarsfield, Pat / 19-Apr-95 - UNBC Links With Russia - Poelzer, Greg / 19-Apr-95 - 1995 Graduate - Bogle, Meredith / 20-Apr-95 - 1995 Graduate -- UNBC's First Native Graduate - Verde, Mitch

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