Item 1994.1.1.5.1.60 - Spotlight on UNBC - April 1999

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Spotlight on UNBC - April 1999

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1994.1.1.5.1.60

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1 video recording : digital (avi)

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Digital video recording is an episode of Spotlight on UNBC from April 1999. Features segments on a student science conference, jazz and poetry nights, cultural days, basketball camps at elementary schools, business students networking, fundraising at UNBC, a UNBC business dinner, the Career Fair, UNBC Education program development, First Nations day, the Matt Halpin Memorial Scholarship, a recycling program started by PGPIRG in the residences, the PGPIRG office and library, 10 Days for Global Justice, a conference on hemp, and the Canada Winter Games in Newfoundland which included 2 UNBC students in Biathlon. Includes interviews with Charles Jago (UNBC President); Joe Morabito (Canada Trust); Dale McMann (Regional Development Corporation); Lorne Calder (Chamber of Commerce); Linda Roa (UNBC Career Fair); Ed Napier (Quesnel School District); Ron Brown (UNBC Dean of Science and Management); Wini Kessler (UNBC Forestry); Hiroe Wood (UNBC International Studies); Gerald Alfred (UVIC); Bev Collins (PGPIRG); Elaine Hooper (10 Days for Global Justice); Jane Young (UNBC Biology); Darlene Mulholland (Prince George weaver); Tom Jensen (Tom's Hemp Candles); and UNBC students and alumni Joe Nygren (Business), Bjorn Butow (Business), Devinder Gill, Mark Stafford (Business), Birch Howard, Bill Carpenter, Sarah Parsons, Christina Lu, Marcia Cummings, Toni Carlton (Sooke Nation), Cindy Gonu (Nisga'a Nation), Trina Chivilo, Keona Wiley, and Catharine Kendall.

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Video has been digitized and is available digitally in MP4 and uncompressed AVI format.

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Personal or academic use of materials is welcomed under the standard fair use and educational use clauses of Canadian Copyright Law. Commercial use is, however, forbidden without the express permission of the copyright holder. For information on obtaining written permission from the copyright holder, please contact the Northern B.C. Archives and Special Collections.

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