Videotape contains footage of: 17-Aug-04 - 10th anniversary of opening of UNBC incl. honorary degree recipients - Sadler, Murray; Harcourt, Michael / 17-Aug-04 - Opening of Northern Health Sciences Centre and medical program - Neufeld, Christina
Series consists of 7 mini DVs recording "Exploring Our Roots: Forest History in Our Communities Annual Conference of the Forest History Association of BC" at UNBC in Prince George, September 18-19, 2009. Harry Gairns and Mike Apsey spoke and conference panel topics include:
- Looking to the Past to Inform the Future? Forest History within a Contemporary Context
- Applying Traditional Knowledge to Future Initiatives: First Nations Historical and Future Relationships with the Forests
- Forestry History in Our Communities: Robson Valley & Prince George
- Exploring Our Roots: Forest History Research Methodology
- From Exploration to Development: Bringing Forest History Forward.
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."
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
Videotape contains footage of: 14-Feb-02 - Africa dance in the Winter Garden; multicultural / 16-Feb-02 - Northern Timberwolves basketball vs Okanagan University College
The Aleza Lake Research Forest Society (ALRFS) records encompass material that was created or collected by the Society over its existence (2001-present). Records created by the ALRFS consist of administrative and operational records, as well as publications from the Society. Collected records include historical records relating to the Aleza Lake Experiment Forest gifted to the Society or its members. These include maps, photographs, reference material, and documents. Members and associates of the ALRFS also documented the history of the forest through the creation of oral history recordings and written histories such as John Revel's "Devil's Club, Black Flies, and Snowshoes".
The fonds includes a significant amount of reproduced archival material about Aleza Lake from other institutions, such as BC Archives, the Canadian Forest Service, and the BC Forest Service. Many of these reproductions were created as part of the 2006 ALRFS Natural Resources History Internship in an effort to compile the history of the research forest.
Also included are cartographic and photographic materials that depict the Aleza Lake Research Forest and surrounding areas.
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."
Footage of the Anahim Stampede. The film includes recordings of the people at the stampede, bronco and bull riding, the area surrounding the arena, wild cow milking, children games such as sack races, horse racing around the arena, the concession stand and wild cow riding.
Film begins with recording of geese flying in sky as introduction. Then there is footage of community life in the general store, believed to be "Christensen's General Store," including a man lighting a pipe, children buying snacks and families buying groceries. Afterwards there is filming of the Anahim Stampede, depicting wild cow riding, bronco riding and the spectators.
The second portion of the film begins with the title slide "Caribou Return" and in consists of clips of ducks on a lake, scenery of trees and the lake, men packing up horses as they prepare for a journey into the high country. They travel as a pack train up into the mountains and eventually set up camp. There is footage of the men cooking, and also various shots of wildlife including a white grouse, herd of caribou, moose wandering through the snow, and a porcupine. The hunting party eventually kills a bull moose and there is footage of them examining the kill and loading the pack train with meat.
The third portion of the film begins with two young girls playing in a boat and then playing in a garden, and then a young boy pulling his sister in a wagon. There is a family barbeque and more footage of children playing and going fishing in a lack. The film ends with a recording of a grouse or pheasant in a bush.
Locations believed to be filmed in on this reel include Gitcha Mountains, Ulkatcho Mountains, Holt Homestead, Lassard Lake, Rainbow Mountains or Tweedsmuir Provincial Park.
This fonds illustrates the writing career of Canadian author Ann Walsh. Types of records included in this fonds include: published and unpublished short stories, manuscripts, correspondence, grant applications, photographs, audio and video recordings, contracts, book reviews, plotting notes, speaking notes, promotional materials and workshop materials.Walsh, Ann
Item consists of the panel on "Applying Traditional Knowledge to Future Initiatives: First Nations Historical and Future Relationships with the Forests" at the the "Exploring Our Roots: Forest History in Our Communities Annual Conference of the Forest History Association of BC" at UNBC in Prince George, September 19, 2009.
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
Videotape contains footage of: 13-Apr-94 - Richmond Public Info Session Prospective Students / 14-Apr-94 - Interview with the President of Simon Fraser University - Stubbs, John / 14-Apr-94 - Streeter at SFU / 14-Apr-94 - Coquitlam Public Info Session
Videotape contains footage of: 22-Apr-94 - First UNBC Graduate - Gilbert, Diana / 23-Apr-94 - News Headlines - Rob / 24-Apr-94 - Stand-ups - Rob / 24-Apr-94 - Convocation Preview - Cocking, Martin
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
Videotape contains footage of: 21-Apr-95 - Safer Campus Initiative - Thompson, Tracey / 21-Apr-95 - Additional Education Graduate Program Specialization - Hartman, Bryan / 21-Apr-95 - Stand-ups - Rob / 22-Apr-95 - News Headlines - Rob
Videotape contains footage of: 22-Apr-96 - History Book Launch - Healy, Theresa; Larson, Gord; Kennedy, Jodie / 24-Apr-96 - Northern Land Use Institute - Curry, John / 25-Apr-96 - UNBC Grad Students to Guadalajara Conference - Frizzell, Garth; Sproule, Mike / 26-Apr-96 - Caribou Relocation Program - Coxson, Darwyn / 26-Apr-96 - Headlines and Stand-ups - Rob
Videotape contains footage of: 26-Apr-98 - news@unbc. and stand-ups - Rob / 26-Apr-98 - North scores high on involvement survey - Jago, Charles / 26-Apr-98 - UNBC Pipes and Drums Recital - Gruner, Paul; Cundy, Jeremy
Videotape contains footage of: 21-Apr-98 - Student to Fiji for Archaeological Dig - Embree, Andrew / 22-Apr-98 - Quesnel Research Project about Forest Planning Involvement - Bello, Nate / 23-Apr-98 - North scores high on involvement survey - Steadman, Tom / 23-Apr-98 - Survey on Crime - Michalos, Alex; Zumbo, Bruno / 24-Apr-98 - Proposed BEd - Fisher, Robin / 24-Apr-98 - Quesnel Research Project about Forest Planning Involvement - Halseth, Greg / 24-Apr-98 - Model UN Conference
Videotape contains footage of: 9-Apr-99 - Muskwa-Kechika Research Announcement - Cashore, John; Jago, Charles; Pfister, Bob / 15-Apr-99 - Rez Sisters Production - Angus, Melanie; Denby, Cathy / 6-May-99 - Governor General Romeo LeBlanc Visits UNBC / 25-May-99 - Sod-Turning Ceremony for the Enhanced Forestry Lab - Speeches; Massicotte, Hugueus; Barber, Ike / 27-May-99 - Alumni Reception / 28-May-99 - Convocation Day on Campus (Pre-Ceremony)
Videotape contains footage of: 25-Apr-00 - Retain Conference Tape II - Begaye, Michael; Creyke, Louise / 26-Apr-00 - Student reflects on Goat River project - Rombough, Marty / 4-May-00 - University of Arctic Board Meeting
Videotape contains footage of: 14-Aug-08 - Archaeology dig west of Fort St. James with Prof. Farhid Rahemtulla (Part two)
Videotape contains footage of: 20-Feb-03 - Gord Laighton on the arrival of Walmart in Prince George - Leighton, Gordon / 20-Feb-03 - winter shots at Cottonwood Island Park
This fonds encompasses the journalism, writing, and research of Audrey Ruth Smedley L'Heureux. L'Heureux's research interests focussed on northern and central British Columbia, beginning with pioneer settlement through to community life in the 2000s. L'Heureux's research also covered transitional phases of British Columbia history such as natural resource extraction, the impact of the railways, industrialization, and interactions with Indigenous communities. Predominantly organized in subject files, the L'Heureux's fonds provides collected research material on many topics relevant to the history of northern and central British Columbia. L'Heureux also collected numerous oral histories from pioneers in various northern and central British Columbia communities which informed her journalism and published works.
The Audrey Ruth Smedley L'Heureux fonds consists of three series. The first series consists of L'Heureux's research and subject files, a collection spanning her career as a journalist and author from 1970 to 2005. The second series consists of records relating to L'Heureux's writing, including manuscripts from her "From Trail to Rail" book series. The third series contains a small selection of L'Heureux's personal records, including a video that recounts L'Heureux's life story and accomplishments.L'Heureux, Audrey Smedley
Videotape contains footage of: 13-Aug-93 - Co-operative Education in the Faculty of NRES - Gilbert, Fred / 15-Aug-93 - Faculty Profile on Nursing - Edge, Dana / 16-Aug-93 - Co-operative Education Benefits - Vagt, Kathy (UVic Student; Lousier, Dan / 16-Aug-93 - Faculty Profile on International Studies - Woods, Larry / 18-Aug-93 - QuickStart 1993-94 Students - Freathy, Brad & Bev; Breen, Kelly; Watson, Jackie
Videotape contains footage of: 21-Aug-94 - UNBC at Sandblast / 22-Aug-94 - Stand-ups - Rob / 25-Aug-94 - A Founder Reflects on the Queens Visit - Sadler, Murray / 26-Aug-94 - A Student Who Met the Queen - Parmar, Sonia
Videotape contains footage of: 16-Aug-95 - NWCC Perspectives on the Regionalism of UNBC - Campbell, Al (Board Chair) / 16-Aug-95 - Fishing in Moricetown Canyon / 17-Aug-95 - Perspectives on UNBC's regionalism from a student, TUAC member, and NWRAC member - Dediluke, Margaret / 18-Aug-95 - UNBC in the Northwest Region - Anderson, Margaret
Videotape contains footage of: 18-Aug-95 - UNBC's New President - Jago, Charles / 21-Aug-95 - Shots of new residence and daycare / 23-Aug-95 - Transition to University - Bell, Jim / 23-Aug-95 - Mother/Child Communication Research Project - Beaumont, Sherry / 23-Aug-95 - Fitness Centre - O'Meara, Jim / 23-Aug-95 - Housing - Brazzoni, Randall / 24-Aug-95 - First Faculty Agreement - Keener, Lee / 24-Aug-95 - Business Collaborative Agreement - Olson, Dennis / 25-Aug-95 - Siberian First Nations Visit Northern BC - Akrimova, Galina
Videotape contains footage of: 13-Aug-96 - Youth Exploring Science Camp - Whitcombe, Todd; Hall, Virginia; kids / 18-Aug-96 - Chancellor's Tour - Bello, Nate; Campagnolo, Iona / 24-Aug-96 - Closing Stand-up - Rob
Videotape contains footage of: 21-Aug-97 - Northern Backyard BBQ III - Williams, April / 23-Aug-97 - Barkerville History Course - Peters, Larry; Keeping, Shannon; Kelm, Mary-Ellen; Fisher, Robin / 23-Aug-97 - Shots of the headwaters of the Willow River / 24-Aug-97 - Stand-ups and news@unbc- Rob / 25-Aug-97 - UNBC Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Forestry - Blouw, Max
Videotape contains footage of: 20-Aug-97 - Fitness Centre orientation video - Mazo, Cher / 21-Aug-97 - Counting Fish on the Salmon River - Tetreau, Jody; Hartman, Shawna / 21-Aug-97 - AirBC project - Gouger, Claudette / 21-Aug-97 - Orientation 97 - Bacon, Lauren
Videotape contains footage of: 8-Aug-97 - Air BC Student - Egginton, Vanessa / 9-Aug-97 - Willow River goldpanning project - Kaesmodel, Ernie / 11-Aug-97 - Interview for Recruitment Video - Poff, Deborah / 12-Aug-97 - Recruitment Video interview on exchanges and First Nations - Sam, Anne / 12-Aug-97 - Shots of PG - stores, cafes, sports / 12-Aug-97 - Co-op student for Recruitment Video - Gaudet, Caroline / 12-Aug-97 - PG Nightlife - O'Flaherty's and Munk
Videotape contains footage of: 13-Aug-93 - Stand-ups - Rob / 15-Aug-93 - Campus Tours and Campus Shots - Pickering, Carmen; Kennedy, Suzanne / 8-Dec-93 - the History program at UNBC - Fisher, Robin
Videotape contains footage of: 27-Aug-93 - Nursing News Conference - Hardy, Leslie; Edge, Dana; et al / 30-Aug-93 - First Installment of the Provincial Govt. Matching Grant Program - Boone, Lois; Ramsey, Paul; Weller, Geoffrey / 22-Sep-93 - Environmental Studies faculty profile - Booth, Annie / 22-Sep-93 - Second Round of Academic Hiring - Corbett, Rob / 22-Sep-93 - UNBC in Quesnel - Facey, Ellen
Videotape contains footage of: 23-Aug-96 - Quality of Life Conference - Veenhoven, Ruut; Diener, Ed; etc. / 11-Sep-96 - Shots of Orientation/Multi-cultural Day / 19-Sep-96 - First UNBC Art Show - Pankovitch, Eve