Video recording is a compact VHS recording of a feature for CBC Prince Rupert about the construction of the talking stick and ceremonial chairs (President's Chair and Chancellor's Chair) for the University of Northern British Columbia.
Consists of a letter from Dan Rogers, Promotions Director of the Prince George Spruce Kings, to Al Lefebvre, Director of Finance of UNBC. The letter thanks Lefebvre for his attendance and support of the Spruce Kings' recent exhibition series with the Victoria Warriors and summarizes the series. Post-script on letter reads as follows : "I have included an autographed hat and puck that U.N.B.C. can keep for prosperity."
Consists of 1 puck signed by the Prince George Spruce Kings. The black puck is signed in blue ink by the team members of the 1991 Prince George Spruce Kings Junior "A" Hockey Club. The puck features a blue crown, and is labelled "Prince George Spruce Kings."
Consists of 1 hat signed by the Prince George Spruce Kings. The hat is a white corduroy ball cap signed in red ink by the team members of the 1991 Prince George Spruce Kings Junior "A" Hockey Club. The hat features a blue and red crown, and is labelled in red "Prince George Spruce Kings."
Collection contains 1 copy of a report entitled "Access to Advanced Education and Job Training in British Columbia: Report of the Provincial Access Committee." The Provincial Access Committee, chaired by E.L. Bullen, submitted this report to Stanley B. Hagen, Minister of Advanced Education and Job Training, September 1988.
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).
Polarization of Educational Opportunity and the Potential of Distance Education in British Columbia consists of 1 bound Phd Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy) entitled "Polarization of Educational Opportunity and the Potential of Distance Education in British Columbia," by Douglas Leaon Brown, Simon Fraser University, December 1987