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"Clayoquot & Dissent"

File consists of an edition of the publication "Clayoquot & Dissent" that was used to research for "Virtual Clearcut".

"Cutting Up the North"

File consists of an edition of the publication "Cutting Up the North" that was used to research for "Virtual Clearcut".

"Dynacom"

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 What it is Worth"

Item consists of a recording of the local radio program "For What it is Worth" a monologue by Jack Carbutt on current affairs. Also includes interview by Carbutt with Armand Handley (?) of Aleza Lake and Gordon Walter in September 1980.

"Logging the Globe"

File consists of an edition of the publication "Logging the Globe" that was used to research for "Virtual Clearcut".

"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).

"The Northern Voice" UNBC Northern Studies Program newsletter

File consists of issues of "The Northern Voice" UNBC Northern Studies Program newsletter. Includes: February, 2008 Edition (Print and digital) March, 2008 Edition (Print and digital) May, 2008 Edition (Print and digital) September, 2008 Edition (Print and digital) October, 2008 Edition (Print and digital) December, 2008 Edition (Print and digital) January, 2009 Edition (Print and digital) May, 2009 Edition (Print and digital) September, 2009 Edition (Print and digital) November, 2009 Edition (Print and digital) March, 2010 Edition (Print and digital) October, 2010 Edition (Print and digital) January, 2011 Edition (Print and digital) September, 2011 Edition (Print and digital) February, 2012 Edition (Print and digital) September, 2012 Edition (Print and digital) February, 2013 Edition (Print and digital) March 2014 Edition (Digital) January 2016 Edition (Digital) January 2017 Edition (Digital) November 2018 Edition (Digital) March 2019 Edition (Digital)

"Think Wood!"

File consists of an edition of the publication "Think Wood!" that was used to research for "Virtual Clearcut".

"UNBC's 1st Annual Green Day: 'Spring into Green' - Final Report"

Item is an original final report from UNBC's first Green Day entitled: "UNBC's 1st Annual Green Day: 'Spring into Green' - Final Report". The final report is a compilation of reports written by the organizers of Green Day, the students of ENVS 325 (Global Environmental Change: Science and Policy).

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