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British Columbia Electric Railway Company Victoria branch records

The series consists of records created by the Victoria Branch of the BCER Company between 1867 and 1967. The records, including those of predecessor companies, are grouped in seven categories: Administration, Light and Power, Transportation, Advertising and Publicity, Shortt Commission (1917), Miscellaneous and Maps

Administration includes financial records (accounts, appropriations, reports of corporate officials, salary ledgers - which reflect company organization - etc.).

Light and Power includes reports and statistics re power production and consumption, substation journals, engineering reports on the progress of the Jordan River development, Jordan River powerhouse journals (1912-1966), Goldstream powerhouse journals, records of predecessor companies as well as Public Utility Commission reports and appraisals of BCER property (1939).

Transportation includes internal reports, correspondence and financial records of predecessor company (National Electric Tramway and Lighting Company, Victoria Electric Railway and Lighting Company, Consolidated Railway Company).

Advertising and Publicity includes advertising files of copy and newspaper ad schedules, clipping books of newspaper ads and news items.

Shortt Commission records consist of 3 volumes containing proceedings, evidence exhibits and the report.

Miscellaneous includes some statistical data on rivers in BC some score books of the Jordan River Athletic Club as well as minutes and club files of the BC Electric Tennis Club.

Maps includes 9 maps of various systems and dams.

Public Utilities Commission records with regard to Vancouver Island natural gas 1972

  • GR-0828
  • Series
  • 1972

This series consists of records of the Public Utilities Commission, 1972. Records include proceedings at hearings pursuant to the Public Utilities Act in the matter of the application of British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority, Centennial Natural Gas Pipeline, Georgia Gulf Transmission, Malaspina Gas Pipeline, for the construction and operation of a pipeline or system to serve Powell River and Vancouver Island with natural gas.

British Columbia. Public Utilities Commission

Gordon Kidd interview

Item consists of a transcript of an audio recording (BC Archives does not hold audio recording) on the topic of Gordon Kidd discusses the negotiations leading to Columbia River treaty, presumably including such issues as water rights and downstream power benefits. In 1963, Kidd was assistant controller of provincial water rights. The date of the recording is 19 January 1973.

Columbia River Treaty lectures collection

  • PR-2256
  • Collection
  • 1974

The collection consists of audio recordings of thirteen talks on the topic "Perspectives on the Columbia River Treaty", presented at Simon Fraser University from January to April 1974, presumably as part of a course. The speakers include federal and provincial politicians, B.C. Hydro officials, treaty advisors and officials, and Canadian and American academics.

Dave Barrett : [press conferences, speeches, interviews, etc., 1973-1974]

CALL NUMBER: T1704:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: NDP banquet speech RECORDED: Delta (B.C.), 1973 SUMMARY: David Barrett, NDP banquet speech, Delta BC. CALL NUMBER: T1704:0002 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Press conference on oil RECORDED: Washington (D.C.), 1973-03-13 SUMMARY: David Barrett press conference on oil, Washington DC, March 13, 1973. CALL NUMBER: T1704:0003 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett RECORDED: [location unknown], 1973 SUMMARY: [No content summary available.] CALL NUMBER: T1704:0004 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Press conference at NDP national convention RECORDED: Vancouver (B.C.), 1973-07-19 SUMMARY: Press conference at NDP national convention, UBC, July 19, 1973. CALL NUMBER: T1704:0005 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech for Okanagan South by-election RECORDED: Kelowna (B.C.), 1973-09-04 SUMMARY: Campaign speech at Kelowna BC, 4 September 1973, for Okanagan South by-election. Also, a short speech by NDP candidate Bryan McIvor. CALL NUMBER: T1704:0006 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Debate between David Barrett and John Poyen RECORDED: Burnaby (B.C.), 1974 SUMMARY: Televised debate between David Barrett and John Poyen of the Canadian Petroleum Association in the CTV (i.e. BCTV) studios in Burnaby, BC, 1974; the main topic was whether or not the petroleum companies were paying a fair share of taxation. CALL NUMBER: T1704:0007 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Press conference regarding supply of oil and gas RECORDED: [location unknown], 1974-01-11 SUMMARY: Press conference with David Barrett and Washington State legislators, concerning the continued supply of oil and natural gas to Washington State, January 11, 1974. CALL NUMBER: T1704:0008 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Announcement of purchase of part of Westcoast Transmission RECORDED: [location unknown], 1974-01-17 SUMMARY: Press conference announcing the purchase of 13 percent of the shares of Westcoast Transmission Company by the BC Petroleum Corporation, January 17, 1974. CALL NUMBER: T1704:0009 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Speech with U.S. governors RECORDED: Seattle (Wash.), 1974-02-20 SUMMARY: Speech by David Barrett outlining BC's position on the future export of natural gas to the United States -- specifically, to meet contractual obligations, but not to enter into future long-term export contracts. Speech made in Seattle Washington, February 20, 1974; followed by a press conference. CALL NUMBER: T1704:0010 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Press conference on the financing of the Columbia River treaty RECORDED: [location unknown], 1974-09-09 SUMMARY: Press conference by David Barrett, September 9, 1974. Discussion of the financing of the Columbia River Treaty projects, including criticism of the former Social Credit government's handling of the treaty negotiations.

Ray Williston interview : [Reimer, 1975 : part 2]

CALL NUMBER: T1375:0008 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): A Cabinet Minister in the 1950s PERIOD COVERED: 1956-1971 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-07 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: The granting of a tree farm licence in Squamish in late 1960s. Chief Justice Gordon McGregor Sloan and the Royal Commission on Forestry report, 1957. Sloan appointed permanent advisor on forestry, 1958. Relations between Sloan and Williston. Sloan's death in 1959 and associated problems, including unfinished assignments. Opposition to the TFL system by smaller logging companies. Williston's rejection of their arguments. TRACK 2: More on small operators' opposition to TFL policy. "Contractor clauses" in TFLs. Small loggers in B.C. Centennial celebrations of 1958. Role of L.J. Wallace and the centennial committee. CALL NUMBER: T1375:0009 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Royal visit 1958 and the Wenner-Gren plans PERIOD COVERED: 1956-1960 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-07 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Centennial celebrations, 1958. Details and anecdotes about Princess Margaret's visit, 1958. Other centennial events. Williston less involved with later centennial celebrations. Northern development in B.C. and Williston's role in promoting it. Williston's ideas about industrial development in B.C. TRACK 2: More on northern and industrial development. Wenner-Gren in British Columbia: Memorandum of intent, 1956, details about the original contacts, necessity of the letter of intent, Hydro power investigations, role of Percy Gray in the original conception of the development, the actual negotiations between the government and Bernard Gore and Burger Strid, roles of Williston, Bonner, Gunderson and Bennett in the negotiations, opposition to the agreement from press, legislative opposition and B.C. and Yukon Chamber of Mines, questions about Wenner-Gren personally. CALL NUMBER: T1375:0010 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): The plans of Wenner-Gren and the Columbia River Treaty PERIOD COVERED: 1954-1960 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-07 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Reaction to Axel Wenner-Gren. Role of Einar Gunderson and potential conflict of interest. Williston meets Wenner-Gren, 1957. More details on Wenner-Gren development. The Columbia River Treaty: Williston involved from 1956 to 1972, positions held by Williston, roles of Bennett and Bonner. TRACK 2: Secondary role of cabinet in Columbia River Treaty matters. Bennett only concerned with larger implications of the treaty. Developments to 1956. Kaiser proposal to dam the Columbia, early 1950s. Kaiser proposal rejected by Gen. A.G.L. McNaughton. Williston's personal assessment of McNaughton. McNaughton's "anti-American" attitudes. The "McNaughton Plan" for the Columbia River and Williston's reasons for rejecting it. More on General McNaughton. CALL NUMBER: T1375:0011 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Hydro Electric Power Development in B.C., 1956-1960 PERIOD COVERED: 1956-1960 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-07 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Role of General A.G.L. McNaughton in the Columbia River Treaty negotiations. Details of the treaty negotiations from Williston's point of view. Key role of Art Paget. Government strategy in the development of the Peace River region. The importance of timing between the Columbia and Peace power developments. TRACK 2: Decision not to proceed with the Columbia development until after a start was made on the Peace. The two-river policy. Williston tours the province to convince people of the value of the two-river policy. More on the two-river policy. Planning and negotiations, 1957-60. Circumstances regarding the detailed report of Paddy Sherman. Controversy about the Sherman article. More on planning and negotiations, 1957-1960. CALL NUMBER: T1375:0012 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): The Columbia River Treaty PERIOD COVERED: 1956-1962 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-07 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Firing of B.C. Power Commission general manager Lee Briggs, 1957. Progress in federal-provincial negotiations, 1957-1959. Consideration of flooding in East Kootenay and Arrow Lakes areas. The; International Columbia River Engineering Board report 1959, and the options for developing the Columbia River. TRACK 2: Considerations about the Libby Dam proposal. Role of Ed Bassett in the treaty negotiations. Complex financing of the engineering studies for the Columbia River projects. Columbia River Treaty signed, January 1961. Anecdotes about the signing ceremony. The key positions of B.C. Electric Co. Problems of marketing power in B.C. and the United States. The importance of making a long-term sale of power to the United States. CALL NUMBER: T1375:0013 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Hydro Electric Power development in B.C., 1957-1963 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-07 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Discussion of negotiation of the Columbia River Treaty. The roles of other cabinet ministers and technical advisors. Williston's personal assessment of the Columbia River Treaty. Issues arising from the public hearings on water licences for the Treaty projects. The takeover of B.C. Electric and Peace River power development companies, 1961. TRACK 2: More on the hydro power takeovers. Williston on the new board of B.C. Hydro and Power Authority. Other board members. Gordon Shrum and Hugh Keenleyside as co-chairmen of B.C. Hydro. CALL NUMBER: T1375:0014 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Negotiating the Columbia River Treaty PERIOD COVERED: 1960-1975 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-07 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Gordon Shrum and Hugh Keenleyside as co-chairmen of B.C. Hydro. Clashes between E. Davie Fulton and W.A.C. Bennett. Negotiations for the sale of downstream benefits from the Columbia River. Delays due to federal election of 1962. Tenders for the Portage Mountain dam (Bennett Dam). Canadian ratification of the Columbia River Treaty. Relationship between Paul Martin (Sr) and Bennett. More on the sale of downstream benefits. TRACK 2: Sale of downstream benefits completed. Bennett not totally satisfied with the overall terms of the treaty. Williston's own unhappiness with regard to the division of flood control benefits. Federal-provincial negotiations on treaty implementation. Signing of the protocol to the treaty, 1964. Hearings before the External Affairs Committee, Ottawa. Peace Arch ceremony, 1964. Summary remarks about the treaty. Williston comments on the effects of inflation on the treaty. Information supplied during negotiations from Americans. No consideration given to power conservation.

Ray Williston interview : [Reimer, 1975 : part 3]

CALL NUMBER: T1375:0015 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Hydro Electric Power Development in B.C., 1960s PERIOD COVERED: 1960-1975 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-08 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Williston's assessment of the Columbia River Treaty. Gordon Shrum and Hugh Keenleyside as co-chairmen of B.C. Hydro. Discussion of Gordon Shrum and his role in B.C. power development. Decision to lower the height of Bennett Dam. TRACK 2: Flooding the reservoir behind Bennett Dam. Clearing problems and environmental criticisms. Williston and son take canoe trip down the Parsnip and Peace Rivers prior to flooding. More on the clearing of the reservoir. Williston took strong personal interest in the flooding problems. CALL NUMBER: T1375:0016 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Water resources and economic development, 1950s and 1960s PERIOD COVERED: 1955-1975 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-08 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Clearing activities in reservoirs planned by B.C. Forest Service. Williston Lake named after R.G. Williston. Opening of Peace River Power Project. Stories about the construction of Bennett Dam. Planned development of hydro power and industry in northern B.C. Proposed hydro power and flood control developments on the Fraser River: Moran Dam, McGregor River diversion, opposition by fishing lobby. TRACK 2: Conflicts between log drives and fisheries interests. More on flood control on the Fraser River. Hydro power schemes for the Liard and Homathko Rivers. Planned economic development in; northern B.C. The role of planning in the Social Credit government. Attempts to divert economic activity in the Yukon and NWT through B.C. W.A.C. Bennett's proposal to annex northern territory. CALL NUMBER: T1375:0017 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Northern development and B.C. forest industry, 1950s and 1960s PERIOD COVERED: 1956-1969 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-08 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Northern development in B.C. and W.A.C. Bennett's proposal to annex the Yukon Territory to the Province of B.C. Development of the PGE Railway. Bennett's interest in the PGE. Creation of a separate Water Resources department in 1962. Internal Organization of the Department of Lands, Forests and Water Resources. Discussion about C.D. Orchard, Deputy Minister of Forests. TRACK 2: Senior personnel in B.C. Forest Service: C.D. Orchard, Gerry McKee, Lorne Swannell, Norm McRae, John Stokes, F.S. McKinnon, Peter Hemphill, Ian Cameron, Ted Young, Bill Young and Walter Hughes. Anomalies in the granting of Tree Farm Licences. TFLs granted after 1958. CALL NUMBER: T1375:0018 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Development of the forest industry PERIOD COVERED: 1956-1965 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-08 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Merger of MacMillan Bloedel and Power River Co. Personalities in the forest industry: John Liersch, J.V. Clyne, Foley Family, Relations between Williston and senior management in the large forest companies. Responsibilities entailed in a TFL. Differences between industrial foresters and government foresters. MacMillan Bloedel leaders in forestry practice. Importance of fire protection during the 1950s and 1960s. TRACK 2: More on fire protection. Water bombers. Development of self-dumping log barges. Expansion of the forest industry in the Interior: discussion of wasteful practices, possibility of establishing pulp mills, the role of Canadian Forest Products, the idea of a pulp-harvesting area. CALL NUMBER: T1375:0019 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): The development of pulp milling in B.C. Interior, 1960-1972 PERIOD COVERED: 1960-1972 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-08 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Details about the granting of pulp harvesting agreements: Prince George - Prince George Pulp and Paper; Kamloops - Crown Zellerbach. Details about the first pulp mills in the Interior, especially Prince George Pulp and Paper Co. TRACK 2: More details about Interior pulp mills: the relationship between sawmills and pulp mills, "third band" wood. Interior manufacturers become small wood processing experts. Establishment of the pulp mill in Kamloops. Establishment of the Skookumchuk pulp mill: Japanese investment and business practice, the economics of pulp milling in the East Kootenays. CALL NUMBER: T1375:0020 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Resource management in B.C., 1956-1972 PERIOD COVERED: 1955-1975 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-10-08 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: "Close utilization" slower to be accepted on the coast. Private versus public forest management. Problems of financing the B.C. Forest Service. Williston's ideas on company towns. Public access to logging roads. TRACK 2: Williston's ideas on multiple use. Multiple versus single purpose resource use. Opposition to some of the ideas of the Sierra Club. Williston's role in the establishment of ecological reserves. Slash burning and clear-cutting as forest management techniques. Formation of the Department of Recreation and Conservation, 1957. Formation of the Environment and Land Use Committee, 1969.

Project files

  • GR-0880
  • Series
  • 1949-1976

This series consists of records of the Ministry of Environment (previously the Dept. of Lands, Forests and Water Resources), Power and Special Projects Division. Records include correspondence, feasibility studies, consultants' reports, engineering studies, application hearings, submissions, progress reports, contract drawings and tender documents regarding hydro-electric projects, water licenses, flood control, petroleum refinery pollution, sewerage treatment plants, fisheries and wildlife, and environmental impact, 1949-1976.

The collection largely contains materials relating to Arrow Lakes Dam, 1949, 1954-1969; the Jordan River redevelopment project, 1968-1972; the Babine Lake development (Fulton River dam), 1967-1970; the Columbia River Mica Dam project, 1954-1970; the Duncan Lake storage development, 1971-1973; the Kootenay canal development, and the Portage Mountain development (Peace River W.A.C. Bennett Dam), 1958-1967. It also includes hearings and submissions regarding the Iona Island sewage treatment plant, 1957-1959; records of Canada - B.C. Consultative Committee on the Okanagan basin agreement, 1970; B.C. Comptroller of Water Rights hearings regarding Nechako River, 1949; various B.C. Research Council reports, 1966-1973; and International Joint Commission (U.S. and Canada) hearings, 1955.

Boxes contains the following material:
Box 1 : Hydro-electric projects, miscellaneous reports and correspondence
Box 2: Tsitikia-Schoen Resource Study Hearings (Date: 1975)
Box 3: B.C. Hydro and Power Authority Reports, Mica, Arrow Lake, Duncan Lake Dams, 1965-1973; Recreation in Columbia River basin, 1961; Soil Convention Papers, 1964; Committee on International Hydro decade (Dates 1961, 1964-1973)
Box 4: Water License, Dam Applications, Hearings and Submissions (Dates 1949-1976)
Box 5: Fraser River (Dates 1957-1974)
Box 6: B.C. Research Council Reports (Dates 1966-1973)
Box 7: Okanagan Valley, Kettle Valley (Date 1975)
Box 8: Sewage Disposal, Iona Island (Dates 1957-1959)
Box 9: Wildlife and Fisheries (Dates 1965, 1969)
Box 10: Petroleum Refineries Pollution, Solid Waste Disposal
Box 11-13: Jordan River Redevelopment Project (Dates 1968-1972)
Box 14-28: Arrow Lake Dam (Dates 1958-1969)
Box 29-30: Babine Lake Development (Fulton River Dam) (Dates 1967-1970)
Box 31-39: Columbia -River Hydro-Electric Projects (Dates 1954-1966)
Box 40-45: Duncan Lake Storage Development (1961-1973)
Box 46-51: Kootenay Canal Development (Dates 67-1973)
Box 52-72: Portage Mountain development (W.A.C. Bennett Dam, Peace River) (Dates 1958-1968)
Box 73-86: Miscellaneous Contract Drawings and Tender Documents
Box 87: Additional Jordan River Redevelopment reports (Dates 1968-1969)
Box 88: Author and title catalogue cards

British Columbia. Power and Special Projects Division

Proceedings at public hearings under the Water Act

  • GR-0563
  • Series
  • 1976

This series contains 28 volumes of proceedings at public hearings under the Water Act Into an application by British Columbia Hydro (BC Hydro) for a water licence to divert, use and store water out of the Columbia River at a point about 3 miles upstream from Revelstoke, B.C., near the lower end of the Little Dalles Canyon.

British Columbia. Water Rights Branch

Film library films

The sub-series consists of prints of 13 films from among the titles circulated by the BC Electric/BC Hydro lending library. The films include National Film Board productions, travelogues relevant to British Columbia and the northwest, films about electrical power in Canada, and U.S. productions dealing with the Columbia River. Some films are accompanied by additional film elements.

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.

Dave Barrett : [press conferences, speeches, interviews, etc., June-July 1977]

CALL NUMBER: T1704:0113 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: On independent schools and nuclear power RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-06-13 & 20 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Opposition Leader Dave Barrett describes the NDP's position on aid to independent schools, and his party's boycott of the second reading of the bill, 13 June 1977. Also, the comments of Premier W.R. Bennett, Education Minister Pat McGeer, and NDP MLA Dennis Cocke, 13 June 1977. TRACK 2: Barrett says that BC Hydro chairman Robert Bonner should not be setting government policy for nuclear power, 20 June 1977. CALL NUMBER: T1704:0114 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett : On legislative practice and Alcan pipeline route, July 1977 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-07-04 & 07 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: NDP leader Dave Barrett on the ruling of the Speaker on a question of privilege related to the Public Accounts Committee, 4 July 1977. TRACK 2: Barrett on the proposed Alcan pipeline, 7 July 1977. Also, Graham Lea on the Minister of Mines. CALL NUMBER: T1704:0115 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Charges Alex Fraser with patronage RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-07-05 & 06 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: NDP leader Dave Barrett charges Highways Minster Alex Fraser with patronage and nepotism in the hiring of his former son-in-law; also, Fraser's response, 5 July 1977. TRACK 2: Barrett on the same topic, 6 July 1977.

Einar Gunderson interview

CALL NUMBER: T2639:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Financial policies of the Social Credit government, 1952-1960 PERIOD COVERED: 1900-1960 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-05-16 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Einar Gunderson discusses his background, education and training; his work as a chartered accountant in Edmonton; his experience working for the Alberta government as head of the income tax department in the 1930s. Gunderson came to British Columbia in 1945 and became established with one of the largest chartered accountancy firms in the province. Gunderson discusses his relationship with W.A.C. Bennett and the background to his involvement in British Columbia politics which led to his appointment as Minister of Finance in 1952. TRACK 2: Gunderson discusses the 1952 by-election in Similkameen after which he took his seat in the Legislature. Ideas regarding fiscal and economic policy which were adopted by the Social Credit government. Comments about the 1953 provincial election in which Gunderson was defeated and the subsequent by-election in Victoria which he also lost. Gunderson discusses his on-going relationship with Premier W.A.C. Bennett as financial and economic advisor; his role as vice-president of the P.G.E. and Director of B.C. Hydro. Gunderson also comments on his general influence on government policies, especially debt-reduction. CALL NUMBER: T2639:0002 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Financial policies of the government of W.A.C. Bennett PERIOD COVERED: 1952-1972 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-05-19 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Einar Gunderson discusses his family background, attitude toward the Social Credit government in Alberta in the 1930s, relationship between Socreds in B.C. and Alberta, the Kelowna "bond-fire;", financial policies of W.A.C. Bennett, debt reduction, the issue of contingent liabilities, budget-making, economic development under Social Credit, the Toll Bridges and Highway Authority, B.C. Ferries, homeowners grant, parity bonds. TRACK 2: Reaction to the issue of parity bonds, the B.C. Free Enterprise Educational Fund, election fund raising, free enterprise vs. public ownership, the role of government in the economy, socialism, inter-relationships in the Socred cabinet, the Sommers Affair, W.A.C. Bennett and loyalty, personal relationship with W.A.C. Bennett, comments on Bennett's character and personality, travelling with W.A.C. Bennett, federal-provincial relations, equalization payments. CALL NUMBER: T2639:0003 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Aspects of government during the tenure of W.A.C. Bennett PERIOD COVERED: 1952-1972 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-05-19 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Einar Gunderson discusses the differences between equalization payments and W.A.C. Bennett's proposed negative income tax; relations with different federal administrations; federal-provincial conferences; the Briggs affair; the Wenner-Gren plan for the development of the interior of B.C.; Axel Wenner-Gren; the genesis of the two-river policy; the takeover of the B.C. Electric Co., the Stonehill affair, the genesis of the Bank of British Columbia. TRACK 2: Continuation of discussion of the proposal for a Bank of British Columbia, concluding remarks on Bennett and 20 years of power. (End of interview)

Bill King : [press conferences, etc., 1977]

CALL NUMBER: T0701:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill King comments on alleged political blacklist RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-02-02 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: MLA William King (NDP, Revelstoke-Slocan) comments on an alleged "political blacklist", February 2, 1977. [TRACK 2: blank.]

CALL NUMBER: T0701:0002 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill King comments on Hydro chief Robert Bonner's other responsibilities RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: MLA Bill King (NDP, Revelstoke-Slocan) questions whether Hydro chairman Robert Bonner, with his many other directorships and assorted responsibilities, has sufficient time to carry out his duties to the crown corporation. King also questions whether there might not be a conflict of interest between Bonner's responsibilities at Hydro and his duties at other private firms. Questioned by reporters, King outlines the other positions that Bonner holds. [TRACK 2: blank.]

Grace McCarthy interview : [press conference, 1977-11-16]

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Press conference on aspects of the Captain Cook bicentennial celebrations, etc. RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1977-11-16 SUMMARY: In a press conference in Victoria on November 16, 1977, Travel Industry Minister Grace McCarthy discusses possible ferry fare increases (in the wake of salary increases to ferry workers); aspects of the Captain Cook bicentennial celebrations; the possible strike vote by Amalgamated Transit Union workers at BC Hydro; and encouraging BC residents to holiday in the province. NOTE: TRANSCRIPT ONLY.

Gary Gallon of SPEC appeals Revelstoke Dam permit, 1977

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Gary Gallon of SPEC appeals Revelstoke Dam permit RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-04-19 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In a press conference, Gary Gallon, a representative of SPEC, outlines his group's position on the development of the Revelstoke Dam, criticizes government resource management policy, discusses environmentalist strategies, and speculates on the possible success of those strategies. April 19, 1977. [TRACK 2: blank?]

Allan Williams : [press conferences, Feb-1977 - Jan-1978]

CALL NUMBER: T1146:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Allan Williams: Press conference about the Workers' Compensation Board RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 197702-16 & 03-17 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Labour minister Allan Williams announces the firing of the Workers' Compensation Board, 16-Feb-1977. TRACK 2: Williams press conference following a meeting with the BC Federation of Labour; also, reaction of Len Guy, BCFL secretary, 17-Mar-1977. CALL NUMBER: T1146:0002 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Allan Williams: Press conference about the Workers' Compensation and the Revelstoke dam RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1977-02-17 & 28 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Labour minister Allan Williams names the new Workers' Compensation Board, 17-Feb-1977. TRACK 2: Williams says he will not stop preparatory work on the Revelstoke Dam. Also, Williams reacts with surprise to the initial position of the IWA on their upcoming contract talks, 28-Feb-1977. CALL NUMBER: T1146:0003 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Allan Williams: Press conference on labour and Native land claims RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1977-03-01 & 04 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Labour minister Allan Williams comments on a meeting with the BC Federation of Labour, and expresses his opposition to provincial wage controls, 01-Mar-1977. TRACK 2: Williams comments on the subject of the native land claims of the Stuart-Trembleur Indians, 04-Mar-1977. CALL NUMBER: T1146:0004 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Allan Williams: News conference regarding "cut off lands" RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1977-03-17 & 18 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Labour minister Allan Williams discusses an upcoming meeting with Native groups about "cut off lands", 17-Mar-1977. TRACK 2: News conference following the first-ever meeting between federal government, provincial government and Native groups on the subject of native land claims relating to the "cut off lands" question, 18-Mar-1977: Philip Joe, Warren Allmand, and Allan Williams. CALL NUMBER: T1146:0005 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Allan Williams: On unemployment and Revelstoke dam appeal RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1977-04-14 & 21 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Labour minister Allan Williams comments on continuing high unemployment, 14-Apr-1977. TRACK 2: Williams on the appeal by SPEC concerning the Revelstoke Dam, 21-Apr-1977. CALL NUMBER: T1146:0006 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Allan Williams: Discusses Bill 92 RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1977-10-19 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In a news conference, Allan Williams announces the introduction of Bill 92, the Essential Services Disputes Act, and details its provisions, 19-Oct-1977. TRACK 2: Williams discusses the provisions of Bill 92 in a press conference. He emphasizes that the Bill is not intended to affect the private sector, but to prevent strikes and lockouts in the public sector, 19-Oct-1977. CALL NUMBER: T1146:0007 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Allan Williams: Discusses Revelstoke dam project and Nisga'a land claims RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1977 & 1978 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In a news conference, Labour Minster Allan Williams announces that the Revelstoke Dam project will be allowed to proceed under BC Hydro direction. He details the functions and responsibilities of the various officials, organizations and committees involved in the project. He also suggests the creation of an organization independent of BC Hydro to estimate energy requirements, and that existing energy legislation be reviewed; 12-Sep-1977. TRACK 2: At a Federal-Provincial Labour Ministers conference, Williams releases the provincial government position on Nisga'a land claims. B.C. takes the position that aboriginal title does not exist. Williams discusses in general the status of Indians in B.C. and states that Indians themselves must be involved in any solutions. He states that it is the provincial government's responsibility to make the Indians' future a more equitable one; 25-Jan-1978.

Lorne Nicolson : [press conferences, 1978]

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Lorne Nicolson : calls for BC Hydro construction halt and reacts to BC Housing Corporation sale RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-02 & 04 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: NDP Recreation and Conservation critic Lorne Nicholson (MLA for Nelson-Creston) calls for a halt to construction of BC Hydro projects due to come into service between 1982 and 1987. Nicolson claims that an analysis of BC Hydro projections shows that the energy produced by these new projects will far outstrip demand. By 1987, with current construction plans, Hydro will be producing 70% more energy than the province requires, Nicolson says. February 8, 1978. TRACK 2: Former housing minister Lorne Nicolson criticizes the government's plans to sell the BC Housing Corporation. Nicolson says that the corporation served as a "very good monitoring agency of the housing activity in the province". Nicolson says that he is afraid that the Social Credit government may be trying to sell the corporation to "get a little bit more capital in to balance this year's books". Pointing to the profits made by the corporation, Nicolson says that selling the corporation for this reason would be very short-sighted. April 7, 1978.

Charles Ferber interview

CALL NUMBER: T3332:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Financial administration of the Social Credit government, 1952-1972 (part 1) PERIOD COVERED: 1906-1972 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-02-18 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: C.J. Ferber discusses his background, training, and work as a chartered accountant, and his entrance into the civil service as deputy comptroller-general during the Coalition years. The 1952 election, the beginning of the Social Credit era of government, and Ferber's promotion to the position of Comptroller-General. Impressions of W.A.C. Bennett, Einar Gunderson and J.V. Fisher. Duties and functions as Comptroller-General. Responsibilities and relationship within the government. Control of government expenditure. TRACK 2: Mr. Ferber discusses the issuing of special warrants for government expenditure. W.A.C. Bennett as a financial policy-maker. The comptroller-general as financial administrator. The role, function and operation of Treasury Board. Explanation of the budgetary process during the time of W.A.C. Bennett's administration. Attitudes toward deficit-financing.;

CALL NUMBER: T3332:0002 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Financial administration of the Social Credit government, 1952-1972 (part 2) PERIOD COVERED: 1952-1972 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-02-18 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: C.J. Ferber discusses the subject of deficit financing in government, debt reduction and Crown Corporations. The method which the government of W.A.C. Bennett employed to eliminate the public debt of B.C. The possible dangers for governments building up large amounts of contingent liabilities. The Social Credit policy of "Pay as you go". During Ferber's years as Comptroller-General, British Columbia's public accounts were the clearest in Canada. The difference between budgetary and non-budgetary items in public accounts. [TRACK 2: blank; end of interview.];

Energy below : the story of Hat Creek Valley

Documentary. The story of the vast coal deposits in the Hat Creek Valley near Cache Creek, and B.C. Hydro's studies regarding potential thermal generation of electricity. Local residents' points-of-view, both for and against the proposed project, are presented. (Power Perspectives 1979.)

BC Radio News : [press conferences, interviews, speeches, etc., June-July 1978]

CALL NUMBER: T3860:0040 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Attorney General Garde Gardom RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-06-21 SUMMARY: Attorney General Garde Gardom on the Family Relation Act.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0041 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Premier Bennett RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-06-21 SUMMARY: Premier Bill Bennett on the Ekhardt Commission on Election Reform.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0042 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Health minister Bob McClelland RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-06-27 SUMMARY: Health Minister Bob McClelland on amendments to the Heroin Treatment Act.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0043 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): NDP leader Dave Barrett RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-06-28 SUMMARY: NDP leader Dave Barrett on his economic mission to Europe, the results of the Legislative session, and the Heroin Treatment Act.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0044 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Provincial Secretary Grace McCarthy RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-07-06 SUMMARY: Provincial Secretary Grace McCarthy on settlement of the "Princess Marguerite" [strike?], one -day shut down, and maximum tourism statistics.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0045 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Attorney General Garde Gardom RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-07-07 SUMMARY: Attorney General Garde Gardom announces a task force on Motor Vehicle laws.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0046 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): BC Hydro chairman Robert Bonner RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-07-12 SUMMARY: BC Hydro chairman Robert Bonner on pressurized, fluidized bed combustion [for] coal-fired power generation.;

Bill Bennett : [press conferences, interviews, speeches, etc., November 1977 - April 1978]

CALL NUMBER: T1707:0083 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Interviewed by Ed Ogle of Time Magazine RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-01-11 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In an interview with Ed Ogle of Time Magazine, Premier Bill Bennett discusses confederation, the western provinces' position on federalism and certain economic issues, and Rene Levesque and separatism. Bennett proposes limiting government growth, comments on the self-centered attitudes of politicians, French language rights, and Canadian multiculturalism. TRACK 2: Bennett claims Canadian federalism holds more flexibility than the American system, and claims his government will do everything possible to maintain national unity. He also speculates about the possible consequences of the break-up of confederation. 11 January 1978. CALL NUMBER: T1707:0084 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Announces electoral reform commission and E&N Railway decision RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-01-12 & 19 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In a news conference, Premier Bill Bennett announces the appointment of Judge Lawrence Smith Eckardt as a commissioner under the Public Enquiries Act to make an enquiry into electoral reform. Bennett also answers questions on international fishing boundaries and gives the BC position on fishing limits. He discusses Claude Ryan's five region concept and various aspects of Canadian federalism. 12 January 1978. TRACK 2: In a press conference, Bennett announces the CTC decision to grant BC's request for a stay in the CPR order to suspend passenger services on the E & N Railway. The stay is valid for five months, during which the CPR will continue to provide passenger service. In the meantime, BC is to appeal the CPR decision in the courts. Bennett also discusses the importance of this service, and answers questions concerning the BCR and BC Tel. 19 January 1978. CALL NUMBER: T1707:0085 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: State of the province address message and Saanich Chambers of Commerce address RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-01-25 & 1978-02-02 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In a news conference, Premier Bill Bennett presents his economic and financial quarterly report (termed the "state of the province address"). Things are looking up in BC, Bennett states, and he relates how labour relations, industrial growth and the general economy have improved over the past year. He comments on legislation which has been passed and on the state of dominion/provincial relations, alluding to BC strategies and proposals to be adopted at an upcoming federal/provincial conference. He also calls for freer trade to bolster the economy. 25 January 1978. TRACK 2: In an address to the combined Chambers of Commerce in Saanich, Bennett speaks about the effort necessary to improve public access to government, and about the role of legislators. He relates how the province's economy has grown over the past two years, and suggests it is time for (realistic) optimism. Bennett also comments on provincial job creation efforts and federal/provincial resource development plans, 2 February 1978. CALL NUMBER: T1707:0086 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Remarks at First Ministers' Conference RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-02-13 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In his opening remarks to the First Ministers' Conference, Premier Bill Bennett discusses inflation, the economy, unemployment, finance, industry, natural resources and strategies to deal with problems in these areas, 13 February 1978. TRACK 2: During the afternoon sitting of the First Ministers' Conference, Bennett comments on the growth of the public sector in Canada, urging all governments to adopt a policy a policy of spending restraint, and proposes several methods of cutting government costs, 13 February 1978. CALL NUMBER: T1707:0087 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Press conference on throne speech, and sworn in as minister RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-03-30 & 1978-04-04 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In a press conference, Premier Bill Bennett discusses the throne speech. He announces that Harvey Wilfred Schroeder will be the new Speaker of the House, and Steven Rogers will be the deputy speaker. The throne speech deals with job creation, with an emphasis on small business and individual enterprise. Jobs are to be created in the private sector, aided by government efforts and deregulation. 30 March 1978. TRACK 2: Bennett is sworn in as Minister of Energy, Transport and Communications the day after Jack Davis's resignation, and conducts a press conference afterwards. Bennett asks his colleagues to endorse Evan Wolfe as the new director of BC Hydro and Sam Bawlf as the director of the BC Harbour Board. Bennett refuses to comment further on Davis's resignation. 4 April 1978. CALL NUMBER: T1707:0088 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Discusses Jack Davis's resignation and economic plans RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-04-06 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In a press conference, Premier Bill Bennett states that the investigation into the Jack Davis affair was instigated by a private individual, and claims that any minister must resign under similar circumstances. Davis would be restored to the premier's confidence if he is cleared. 6 April 1978. TRACK 2: In a news conference, Bennett discusses his economic plans for BC. He comments on the federal budget and sales tax reductions, and answers questions concerning unemployment and job creation efforts. 11 April 1978. NOTE: Unedited transcript is available for this track only. CALL NUMBER: T1707:0089 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Premier's post-Yorkton news conference RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-04-17 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In a news conference, Premier Bill Bennett comments on the viability of the Fort Nelson extension of the BCR, Cyril Shelford's proposed resignation, the upcoming federal election, and federal;/provincial financial arrangements. 17 April 1978. TRACK 2: Bennett announces that regular economic meetings between the provinces and Ottawa will commence. 17 April 1978. CALL NUMBER: T1707:0090 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Meets northern mayors about BCR extension RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-04-20 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mayors from northeastern BC meet with Premier Bill Bennett to persuade his government to extend the BC Railway to Fort Nelson. They present various economic and political arguments to further their case. 20 April 1978. TRACK 2: Bennett responds by stating that the matter will have to be studied further before any decision is made. 20 April 1978. CALL NUMBER: T1707:0091 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Post-Trudeau visit press conference RECORDED: [location unknown], 1977-11-01 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In a press conference, Premier Bill Bennett discusses the results of his meeting with Prime Minister Trudeau. The discussion touched on aspects of the national economy, the teaching of the French language, national unity, the constitution, and the five regions concept of Canadian federalism. 1 November 1977. [TRACK 2: blank.] CALL NUMBER: T1707:0092 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Interview with Gary Bannerman (part 1) RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-01-25 SUMMARY: TRACK 1 and 2: In a radio hot line program interview with Gary Bannerman on CKNW Vancouver, Premier Bill Bennett discusses northern development through the extension of the BC Railway, government plans to stimulate the economy, and the employment situation in BC. 25 January 1978. CALL NUMBER: T1707:0093 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Bennett: Interview with Gary Bannerman (part 2) RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-01-25 SUMMARY: TRACK 1 & 2: In a radio hot line program interview with Gary Bannerman on CKNW Vancouver, Premier Bill Bennett answers questions from listeners across the province. He discusses liquor legislation, the distribution of government information, the role of government, and various government services. 25 January 1978.

BC Radio News : [press conferences, interviews, speeches, etc., June 1979]

CALL NUMBER: T3860:0216 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979-06-05 SUMMARY: Dave Barrett on "all kinds of stuff" [various items].; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0217 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Finance bills debate RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979-06-19 SUMMARY: Finance bills debate.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0218 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): NDP MLA Colin Gabelman RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979-06-19 SUMMARY: NDP MLA Colin Gabelmann on Alert Bay inquiry.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0219 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Politicians not morons : reaction to David Suzuki statement, McGeer RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979-06-19 SUMMARY: "Politicians not morons": Pat McGeer reaction to David Suzuki statement.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0220 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Lorne Nicolson RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979-06-21 SUMMARY: Lorne Nicolson on BC Hydro, and others [who?] won't let bill pass.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0221 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Premier Bennett RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979-06-22 SUMMARY: Premier Bill Bennett returns from Ottawa.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0222 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Premier Bennett ; Bill Vander Zalm RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979-06-22 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Premier's news conference upon his return from meeting Joe Clark. TRACK 2: Bill Vander Zalm.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0223 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979-06-27 SUMMARY: Dave Barrett travelling to Mideast.;

McGregor diversion

Industrial film. A progress report on studies of the McGregor Diversion, a plan to boost the power output capacities of both the Bennett and Site One dams on the Peace River. The proposal was to dam the McGregor River and its tributaries, creating a large reservoir of water that would reach the dams via the Parsnip River and Williston Lake. The engineering, environmental effects, downstream flood control value, social impacts and costs of the plan are considered.

BC Radio News : [press conferences, interviews, speeches, etc., 1979 - undated]

CALL NUMBER: T3860:0099 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Premier Bennett RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979 SUMMARY: Premier Bennett on BCRIC, amendments to BCRIC Act, 1979 session.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0100 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Rafe Mair RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979 SUMMARY: Rafe Mair on Japanese ownership of fisheries.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0101 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Vander Zalm RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979 SUMMARY: Vander Zalm on handicapped transit.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0102 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Bill Vander Zalm RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979 SUMMARY: Vander Zalm on conflict of interest legislation.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0103 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Vander Zalm song ; Elwood Veitch RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979-04 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Vander Zalm song at Kamloops mini-convention, April 1979. TRACK 2: [Elwood] Veitch.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0104 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Elwood Veitch ; Sam Bawlf ; Grace McCarthy RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: [Elwood] Veitch. TRACK 2: Bawlf; McCarthy; 1979 election.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0105 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Williams (etc.) on Vogel RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979 SUMMARY: Williams, etc., on Vogel.; CALL NUMBER: T3860:0106 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Williams ; Hewitt denies RECORDED: [location unknown], 1979 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Williams on Catholic teacher appeal. TRACK 2: Hewitt denies split between BC Hydro and the government.;

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