Campbell River (B.C. : Municipality)

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A fish for all seasons

Recreational. Sport fishing in British Columbia, highlighting the various types of game fish, favoured areas, and fishing tips and lore. Discusses Steelhead, Pacific Salmon, Chinook, Tyee, Coho, and Kokanee. Locations include Campbell River, Kamloops, Stellako River, etc.

A fish for all seasons

The item is a composite print of a recreational film from 1983. It depicts sport fishing in British Columbia, highlighting the various types of game fish, favoured areas, and fishing tips and lore. Discusses Steelhead, Pacific Salmon, Chinook, Tyee, Coho, and Kokanee. Locations include Campbell River, Kamloops, Stellako River, etc.

A fish for all seasons : French version

The item is a composite print of a recreational film from 1983 (French verison). It depicts sport fishing in British Columbia, highlighting the various types of game fish, favoured areas, and fishing tips and lore. Discusses steelhead, Pacific salmon, Chinook, Tyee, Coho, Kokanee. Locations include Campbell River, Kamloops, Stellako River, etc.

A fish for all seasons : German version

The item is a composite print of a recreational film from 1983 (German verion). It depicts sport fishing in British Columbia, highlighting the various types of game fish, favoured areas, and fishing tips and lore. Discusses steelhead, Pacific salmon, Chinook, Tyee, Coho, Kokanee. Locations include Campbell River, Kamloops, Stellako River, etc.

Alvin Parkin interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-04 SUMMARY: TRACK 1 & 2: Alvin Parkin recalls people, places and events in Campbell River and area, ca. 1920-1947. Includes discussion of Campbell River Lodge; surveying and logging work; the IWA and other unions; and strikes; the Sayward Fire of 1938; Captain John Park of the Union Steamships; and the communities of Quathiaski Cove, Alert Bay, Sointula, Port Hardy, and Shushartie Bay.;

Amy and R. McKenzie interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1976-03 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Kenzie: Moved to B.C. 1930. Went fishing at Stuart Island; then to Cortes Island and Malaspina Inlet. To Seaford on Cortes in 1937. Cooperative logging; first logging truck on Cortes. Vondona Creek, 1939-1956. Average of 5-7 men at camp. Schooling and teachers; school closed 1952. School at Mansons Landing. Community spirit; building roads. Stuart Island fishing. Mrs. McKenzie: Came to Cortes 1916 via Union Steamship. Grandparents were at Seaford. The school there; teacher, students. Moved to Squirrel Cove. Teachers. Went cooking in logging camp at age 18; met husband, who logged with her father. Her aunt, Mrs. Ed Wiley, had only hotel on Read Island. Grandparent came to Read Island in early 1800s. [?] Father was logger from horse logging to trucks. Logging camp at Redonda Bay. Entertainment; orchestras, dances. Her family came from South Africa, 1907. Moved to Campbell River, 1970. Her daughter. [TRACK 2: blank?]

Bob Hartt interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-02-10 SUMMARY: Robert Hartt of Stories Beach (just south of Campbell River) recalls coming to Campbell River in 1927 and his experiences in the area, including logging, prospecting, cougar hunting, logging camp life, and the Depression. Locales discussed include Oyster Bay, Comox, and Rock Bay.

British Columbia : Canada's Pacific gateway

The item is an educational film that shows the geography and economy of British Columbia, and the daily lives of its inhabitants. Includes scenes of the Tyee Salmon Tournament at Campbell River; Butchart Gardens; the Inside Passage.

Campbell River Forest District operational records

  • GR-4087
  • Series
  • 1990-2001

This series consists of a variety of operational records created by the Campbell River Forest District, a division of the Vancouver Forest Region, from 1990-2001. This includes land and resource management records, range tenures, and procedure files.

The series includes the following types of records:

Records relating to Land and Resource Management Plans (LRMP) consider all resource values within a given area of land. This area of land can consist of a TSA, a forest district, or other areas as designated. Each plan is prepared by an Interagency Planning Team in consultation with the public. These plans can be further subdivided into resource units and resource management zones. The participants in the planning process may build scenarios that include a set of resource management objectives and strategies both for the entire planning area and for each of the smaller units it contains. This primary includes the development, monitoring and review and amendment of plans for specific areas, and input from the public. The series includes terms of reference for the establishment of LRMPs.

Records relating to Local Resource Use Plans (LRUPs) to resolve resource use conflicts in specific areas at the local level. Includes records relating to data concerning a specific area - usually a watershed or other distinct resource management unit.

Utilization records regard the guidelines followed by the Ministry of Forests concerning the harvesting of timber
and the resulting affects on fish habitat. Includes guidelines, audits of licensees to ensure compliance with
guidelines, action/assessment plans.

The series also includes one district inventory program file and a range tenure file. There are also procedures related to engineering, road damage, forest service roads, district program planning, nurseries silviculture obligations and silviculture treatments.

The ministries responsible for creating these records, and the years that they were responsible, are:
Ministry of Forests (1988-2005)

The records were classified as 12380-25, 12440-20, 12600-20, 15700-20, 19910-20, plus several procedure files ending in the secondary "-02" in the Forest Operational Records Classification System (ORCS).

British Columbia. Campbell River Forest District

Campbell River Forest District silviculture records

  • GR-4086
  • Series
  • 1996-1998

This series consists of silviculture records from 1996-1998 by the Campbell River Forest District, a division of the Vancouver Forest Region. The Ministry of Forests defines silviculture as “the art and science of controlling the establishment, growth, composition, health, and quality of forests and woodlands to meet the diverse needs and values of landowners and society on a sustainable basis.”

Silviculture audit and assessment files regard the audits and assessments made by the Ministry to ensure silviculture is carried out in accordance with the regulations and approved silviculture prescriptions as detailed in the Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act. Audits include records concerning a formal examination of the approved silviculture prescription document and the related area to evaluate whether or not there has been compliance with the regulations, the silviculture prescriptions are suitable to attain the objective stated therein, and there is acceptable progress towards achievement of silviculture objectives stated in the approved silviculture prescription. Silviculture prescription audits are carried out on areas under both major licences and areas under the Small Business Forest Enterprise Program (SBFEP) with approved silviculture prescriptions. Types of audits and assessments included are pre-approval assessments and post-approval audits. Records can include correspondence, inspection forms, reports, and compliance reports for soil conservation, regeneration, and free growing obligations. These records cover major licencees and woodlot licnces.

Records include forms, applications, silviculture prescriptions, correspondence, maps and photos.

The ministries responsible for creating these records, and the years that they were responsible, are:
Ministry of Forests (1988-2005)

The records were classified as 18765-20 and 18765-25 in the Forest Operational Records Classification System (ORCS).

British Columbia. Campbell River Forest District

Campbell River Forest District timber tenures

  • GR-4085
  • Series
  • 1955-2007

This series consists of timber tenures from 1955-2007 by the Campbell River Forest District, a division of the Vancouver Forest Region. The majority of the records are Tree Farm Licence (TFL) cutting permits.

TFLs are a type of timber tenure which grants a virtually exclusive right to harvest timber and manage forests in a specified area. They are issued for a term of 25 years, but can be replaced every 5-10 years. The records relate to TFL 2, TFL 7, TFL 19, TFL 22, TFL 25, TFL 36, TFL 39, TFL 45 and TFL 47. Over the years, TFL boundaries and rights holders may have changed. There are also two cutting permits for forest licence A19233.

Other types of timber tenures in this series include: replaceable forest licences, licences to cut, timber licences, replaceable timber sale licences, non-replaceable timber sale licences, special use permits, and woodlot licences.

Records regard the issuance, evaluation, administration, monitoring, planning, replacement, cancellation, deletion and extension of these timber tenures. The files may consist of applications, ministry approvals, copies of the permit or licence, revisions, correspondence, legal documents, annual reports, operations information, development plans, charts, procedures, audits, reviews, maps, photos and silviculture records.

The ministries responsible for creating these records, and the years that they were responsible, are:
Dept. of Lands and Forests (1955-1962)
Dept. of Lands, Forests and Water (1962-1975)
Dept. of Forests (1975-1976 )
Ministry of Forests (1976-1986)
Ministry of Forests and Lands (1986-1988)
Ministry of Forests (1988-2005)

The records were classified as 19500-45, 19500-60, 19540-25, 19570-25, 19580-45, 19600-20, 19600-25, 19600-30, 19600-45, 19600-55, 19600-60, 19620-25, 19700-45, 19710-20, 19720-20,19720-25 and 19720-45 in the Forest Operational Records Classification System (ORCS).

British Columbia. Campbell River Forest District

Campbell River Supreme Court probate files

  • GR-3021
  • Series
  • 1975-2007

This series consists of probate or estate files from the Supreme Court of Campbell River from 1975-2007. Files are arranged by file number which are assigned in the order probates are filed with the court. Note that different filing systems were used over time.

British Columbia. Supreme Court (Campbell River)

Carl, Lillie and Margaret Thulin : interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1965-08-04 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Thulin describes his parents' arrival in BC and settlement in Campbell River in 1909. He describes his early life; the family farm; transportation; "Willows"; logging camps; school; roads; Quadra Island; the growth of Campbell River. Miss Lillie Thulin recounts her parents coming to Campbell River; churches; hospitals; hotels; and famous tourists. Mrs. Margaret Thulin recalls early life in Cumberland. [TRACK 2: blank.]

[CHEK-TV news film -- areas of B.C. stock shots]

Stock shots. 1. Air West float plane with damage (a hole). 2. Totem carving. 3. Loading totem pole onto plane. 4. Premier Bill Bennett. 5. Hugh Curtis at sod-turning ceremony. 6. Creek, farm, etc. 7. CNR tanker cars and caboose. 8. Art class. 9. Tank farms on Victoria harbour. 10. B&W stills -- historical photos of the harbour. 11. Duke Point Industrial Park. 12. Construction. 13. Public meeting. 14. B&W aerial photos of Duke Point. 15. Mount Douglas Cross Road and surrounding streets. 16. Development model. 17. Ucluelet harbour. 18. Long Beach. 19. Campbell River. 20. Fish boats. 21. Port Alberni. 22. Construction. 23. Gold River.

[Coal field development near Quinsam River and Campbell River coal port]

News item. An environmental spokesman expresses his doubts about the proposed coal field development near the Quinsam River, which is being diverted into the Campbell River. Mining could pollute the river completely and stop the salmon run. A regional district spokesman from Campbell River speaks out against both the coal mine and the coal port because it will spoil the neighbouring environment (coal dust) and will generate a lot of traffic, as well as harming the salmon run. A spokesman for Campbell River area residents near the proposed coal port discusses a planned waterfront study to ensure orderly development of the port. He says the B.C. government has been asked to a longer look at the economic feasibility of transporting coal to this site. Still, most area residents want the mine development to proceed if the environmental factors can be resolved.

Dave Barrett : [1975 election campaign - November 3-29, 1975]

CALL NUMBER: T1704:0062 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Election call RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-11-03 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett calls 1975 general election, 3 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0063 - 0064 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Clinton (B.C.), 1975-11-12 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett campaign speech, Clinton, 12 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0065 - 0066 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Merritt (B.C.), 1975-11-13 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Merritt, 13 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0067 - 0068 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Duncan (B.C.), 1975-11-17 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Duncan, 17 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0069 - 0070 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Fort St. John (B.C.), 1975-11-18 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Fort St. John, 18 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0071 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Mackenzie (B.C.), 1975-11-19 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Mackenzie, 19 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0072 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Announcement of Northern Railway development programme RECORDED: Terrace (B.C.), 1975-11-20 SUMMARY: Announcement of northern railway development program, Terrace, 20 November 1975; includes comments by Gary Lauk and Graham Lea.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0073 - 0074 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Kitimat (B.C.), 1975-11-20 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Kitimat, 20 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0075 - 0076 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Prince Rupert (B.C.), 1975-11-21 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Prince Rupert, 21 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0077 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Castlegar (B.C.), 1975-11-24 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Castlegar, 24 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0078 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Castlegar (B.C.), 1975-11-25 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Castlegar, 25 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0079 - 0080 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Nelson (B.C.), 1975-11-25 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Nelson, 25 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0081 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Powell River (B.C.), 1975-11-26 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Powell River, 26 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0082 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Campbell River (B.C.), 1975-11-27 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Campbell River, 27 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0083 - 0084 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Interview by Vancouver Province RECORDED: Campbell River (B.C.), 1975-11-27 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett is interviewed by Vancouver Province reporters Alex Young and Bob McMurray, Campbell River, 27 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0085 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Vancouver (B.C.), 1975-11-28 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett campaign speech, Vancouver, 28 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0086 - 0087 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1975-11-29 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett campaign speech, Victoria, 29 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).;

David Moon and David Cornish interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1968 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Chief Moon discusses Campbell River and the Quathiaski Cove Indian village [Cape Mudge]; preservation of the Indian culture; young people and their culture; fishing; and lack of opportunities for youth. Mr. Cornish, a non-Indian resident, recalls observing a dance in the village; he discusses the youth of the village and their culture; schooling; the Kwakiutl tribe; missionaries; and the role of the church in the village life. TRACK 2: Mr. Cornish continues with his discussion about the transition from traditional ways; the outlawing of the Potlatch; he describes Cape Mudge; prejudice; Indian culture; Indian youth; the loss of culture through the school system; and reserves.

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