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Ask your provincial government

SUMMARY: Recordings of "Ask Your Provincial Government" a commercial annoucement broadcast on many BC radio stations during the period April to July, 1972. The format of the commercials was a question answered by a cabinet minister.

Evan Wolfe : 1969 provincial election appeal

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1969-08 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Evan Wolfe, seeking re-election as Social Credit MLA for Vancouver Centre (August 1969), discusses the need for fiscal responsibility and experience in the legislature. According to Wolfe, the prime issues in Vancouver Centre are: senior citizens' housing, automobile pollution and transportation. This appeal was circulated to constituents on a 33 1/3 rpm record with a message from Wolfe's running mate, Herb Capozzi, on the other side. Wolfe is introduced by broadcaster Jim Macdonald. [TRACK 2: blank.]

Herb Capozzi : 1969 provincial election appeal

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1969-08 SUMMARY: Herb Capozzi, seeking re-election as a Social Credit MLA for Vancouver Centre (August 1969), discusses the need to maintain a growing economy and to expand social services: jobs, medical care, educati;on facilities. Capozzi promises: a new landlord-tenant act, an increase in senior citizens' pensions and more aid for senior citizens' housing. Also mentioned are: low cost housing, welfare and the ne;ed for redevelopment of Gastown and the Chinese community in Vancouver. This appeal was circulated to constituents on a 33 1/3 rpm record with a message from Capozzi's running mate, Evan Wolfe, on the; other side. Extensive introduction by broadcaster Jim Macdonald.;

NDP/Strachan election program

The item consists of film footage of political commercials in 1966. NDP leader Robert Strachan refers to election of September 30, 1966. Shots of the Vancouver General Hospital (ambulance arriving, pharmacy), various industries, university students then back to the narrator.

[Social Credit party 1979 election campaign : candidate advertisements]

The item consists of three interviews with Social Credit candidates running in the 1979 provincial election. These interviews were created to be broadcast as political free time commercials. The interview is "Cam" and the candidates are: Cliff Oswald, leader of the Longshoreman's Union running in Burnaby North, Bill Lewarne, a small businessman running in Burnaby Edmonds and Elwood Veitch, Minister of Tourism and Small Business running in Burnaby Willingdon.

[Social Credit party 1979 election campaign : candidate advertisements]

The item consists of two interviews with Social Credit candidates running in the 1979 provincial election. These interviews were created to be broadcast as political free time commercials. The interview is Wayne Cox and the two candidates are: Allan Williams, Minister of Labour, running in West Vancouver Howe Sound and Angus Ree, a lawyer running in North Vancouver Capilano.

[Social Credit party 1979 election campaign : candidate advertisements]

The item consists of two interviews with Social Credit candidates running in the 1979 provincial election. These interviews were created to be broadcast as political free time commercials. The interview is "Cam" and the candidates are: Mike Young, Mayor of Victoria, running in Victoria and Bernie Smith, an ex-policeman running in East Vancouver.

[Social Credit party 1979 election campaign : candidate advertisements]

The item consists of two interviews with Social Credit candidates running in the 1979 provincial election. These interviews were created to be broadcast as political free time commercials. The interviewer is "Cam" and the the candidates are: Hugh Curtis, Provincial Secretary, running in the riding of Saanich and the Islands and Brian Smith, Mayor of Oak Bay, running in Oak Bay Gordon Head.

[Social Credit party 1979 election campaign : candidate advertisements]

The item consists of three interviews with Social Credit candidates running in the 1979 provincial election. These interviews were created to be broadcast as political free time commercials. The interview is "Cam" and the candidates are: Gerry Grey, journalist and lab technician running in Powell River Mackenzie, Gerry Fernie, Mayor of Port McNeil and former logger running in North Island and Hugh Robbins, Manager of Dairyland running in Prince Rupert.

Social Credit radio advertisments, 1972 : [re-created 1976]

PERIOD COVERED: ;1972;-;1972 RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1976 SUMMARY: Ten short Social Credit radio advertisements that were used in the 1972 provincial election campaign. They were originally recorded by Ralph Pashley and subsequently erased. He re-recorded them in 1976 at the request of the BC Archives. Also included in the file are the scripts for 19 advertisements. According to Pashley, the scripts were reviewed and approved by W.A.C. Bennett and paid for by the Puget Sound Navigation Company. They were recorded at radio station CJVI in Victoria and broadcast on radio stations throughout B.C.