Aeronautics, Commercial--Passenger traffic



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Bill Bennett : [press conferences, speeches, etc., February-March 1977]

CALL NUMBER: T1707:0015 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Federal/provincial negotiations RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-02-14 & 1977-03-01 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Premier Bill Bennett's press conference regarding his recent trip to Ottawa. 14 February 1977. TRACK 2: Press conference with Premier Bill Bennett and federal Transport Minister Otto Lang, 1 March 1977.

CALL NUMBER: T1707:0016 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Speech to Social Credit meeting RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1977-02-23 SUMMARY: Premier Bill Bennett addresses a Social Credit Party meeting in Victoria, 23 February 1977.

CALL NUMBER: T1707:0017 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Comments on MLA salaries and on the delivery of justice RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-03 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Premier Bill Bennett says the public is fed up with the behaviour of some MLAs, and says that their salaries may be cut. Also, Bennett's comments on remote air services. Finally, MLA Gary Lauk reacts to Bennett's remarks about MLAs. TRACK 2: Press conference with Premier W.R. Bennett and Vancouver prosecutor Gil McKinnon about his allegations concerning problems in the delivery of the justice system.

CALL NUMBER: T1707:0018 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Press conferences on BC coal and BC Hydro RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-03-08 & 22 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Premier Bill Bennett reacts to charges of closed door negotiations with the coal industry, 8 March 1977. TRACK 2: Bennett on the review of capital expenditures of BC Hydro, 22 March 1977.

CALL NUMBER: T1707:0019 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Press conferences on Railwest and gas contracts RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-03-23 & 28 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Premier Bill Bennett on the upcoming meeting with Railwest Manufacturing Company demonstrators, 23 March 1977. TRACK 2: Premier Bill Bennett's opening remarks to a joint Alberta-BC-federal government meeting on how to meet export gas requirements, 28 March 1977.

Canadian scene : Over the roof

SUMMARY: A documentary account of the first scheduled commericial flight from Vancouver to Amsterdam, flown by Canadian Pacific Airlines DC-6B -- a distance of 4,825 miles by the Arctic route, with a stop at Sondre-Stromfjord, Greenland. The program includes comments from the pilot. Captain Ralph A. Leslie; Don Donaldson of the New Zealand Broadcasting Service; Senator Grey Turgeon; Reg Sargent, CPA's supervisor of passenger services; former bush pilot Lee Britnell; First Officer Aubrey Weatherbee; Chief Navigator Ed Kendall; Dr. J.A. D'Ailly, burgomaster of Amsterdam; and Thomas Stone, Canadian Ambassador to Holland.;

Jim Spilsbury interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1984-04-10 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: First trips made by Queen Charlotte Airlines (QCA) into Black Tusk; QCA proposal for a commercial venture in Garibaldi Park in 1948; QCA's first commercial operations on Garibaldi Lake, and the construction of the first of two QCA cabins in 1949. Other QCA developments in the Black Tusk area of Garibaldi Park: snow floats; boat construction; trail blazing from lake outlet to the QCA cabin; operation of cabin by the Brandvolds and Glen "Red" Mahon. TRACK 2: Continued from track 1 -- Red Mahon operating QCA cabin; memorable events; 1951 crash below Barrier Lake; 1950 meeting with W.H. Mathews; termination of QCA operations at Garibaldi Lake; wraps up with QCA being taken over by PWA.