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Kokanee of Meadow Creek

The item is a composite print of a documentary film from 1968. It shows the rehabilitation of the Kokanee fishery following the construction of the Duncan dam. Premier W.A.C. Bennett is seen at the dam's opening on August 17, 1967.

Silver harvest

Industrial film. A comprehensive look at the B.C. salmon industry, including the salmon run; fishing techniques; salmon species; Nass and Skeena River migrations; Hells Gate fishways; cannery operations. Concludes with a cooking demonstration, showing methods of preparing and serving salmon.

Walter Garey interview

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dr. Walter Garey : the spawning of salmon PERIOD COVERED: 1967-1969 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1969 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Dr. Walter Garey discusses his study of spawning salmon (in Bella Coola Valley) for the purpose of learning more about the human coronary and artery condition.

Webster! : 1983-01-04

Public affairs. Jack Webster's popular weekday morning talk show. Guests and topics for this episode are: Note: Glitch at about 50:00 mark, closing segment missing. Jack discusses religion with Gopal Krishna Goswami, Guru, Society for Krishna Consciousness. The following people all appear on the show to discuss the potential environmental damage from a coal mine near Campbell River: Jim O'Rourke, President, Quinsam Coal; Gary Young, Eileen Smith, Save Our Salmon Coalition; Ralph Neilson, FACTS Fish and Coal Together Society. Jack does a man on the street from the 600 block of Alexander Street, Vancouver, where brothels were once located. BCTV reporter Harvey Oberfeld reports on the recent NDP crisis regarding decriminalization of prostitution and repeal of the bawdy house laws.