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129 Archival description results for Fish hatcheries
129 results directly related Exclude narrower terms
Part of Dick Harvey fonds
"In this visit to the Federal Fisheries Department's fish hatchery and spawning channels at Big Qualicum River on Vancouver island, one of the first salmonid enhancement projects, we get a close look at the whole buisness of salmonid enhancement. While keeping techniical and scientific jargon to a minimum, [the film] shows the layout of the facility and the various steps taken in the selection, breeding and rearing of salmon by artificial means." (Catalogue description, FCAT 0085 )
- [ca. 1939-1943]
Part of Deputy Minister films
Unedited footage/out-takess. Footage of commercial salmon and halibut trolling; purse seining; gill netting; fish ladders (Hells Gate); cannery interiors; tagging salmon; salmon spawning; salmon eggs and fry in laboratory; Adams River salmon run; hatchery scenes. Also includes: aerial views of the B.C. coastline; docks at Zeballos; De Havilland Dragon Rapide passenger plane on floats (registration CF-AYE).
- [ca. 1977-1981]
Part of CHEK TV fonds
Stock shots. 1. Fish boat -- fire, Coast Guard helicopter. 2. Spawning salmon. 3. Fish processing plant. 4. Fish boat. 5. Fish hatchery. 6. Threshing machine. 7. Farm scenes -- cabbages and apples. 8. Lumber mill. 9. Bumper boats; fallers at work. 10. Horse logging. 11. Train on trestle. 12. Premier Bill Bennett wearing hard hat. 13. Helicopter logging. 14. Tree planting. 15. Pulp and paper mill. 16. Canmet, Bells Corners complex. 17. On board ship. 18. Loading newsprint rolls.
- 1977 [date recorded]
CALL NUMBER: T2797:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): An immigrant's life in the Depression : homesteading at Horsefly Lake RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Erik Viksten's family in Sweden; their dairy farm; immigration to Canada in 1928; special difficulties of life during the Depression for an immigrant; various jobs on the prairies and BC in carpentry, mining and ranching. TRACK 2: Arrival in Horsefly; first visit to [his] brothers' in Horsefly in 1937; fishing on Horsefly Lake; lodge on Horsefly Lake; the south shore of Horsefly Lake, 1948; first resident on the south shore of Horsefly Lake; salmon hatcheries at Horsefly; those who worked there; the operation; winter on the lake; travel.
CALL NUMBER: T2797:0002 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Life at Horsefly Lake in the 1950s and 1960s RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Boat building on Horsefly Lake; how Erik became involved in boat building; technicalities of boat building with the facilities Erik had on the lake. Life on Horsefly Lake during the 1950s; trappers in the winter time; Erik trapped one winter. TRACK 2: People living one the lake cutting ice in winter to preserve food. Travel in the winter. Erik made skis on which he travelled into Horsefly. What Erik remembers of Horsefly in 1948: the general store; the old-timers who gathered at the store to tell stories. Erik tells a trapping story that involved John Larson, Jack Grahame, and himself.