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[Conscientious objectors' work camps]
Amateur film footage. Shows activities of conscientious objectors doing alternative service in B.C. during World War II under the auspices of the Forest Service. Includes: forest camp in Ontario; train trip across prairies; scenery around Banff; ...
[Conscientious objectors' work camps : Green Timbers, etc.]
Amateur film footage. Shows activities of conscientious objectors doing alternative service in B.C. during World War II under the auspices of the Forest Service, mostly at Green Timbers forest camp and Mount Seymour Park. Includes: scenery on tra...
Because they are different
Documentary. Examines the integration of Canadian Indians into white society, focusing on the federal government's program to integrate Indian school children. Filmed at a number of schools across Canada; BC content undetermined.
Better housing for British Columbia
Documentary. In British Columbia, where the population is expanding rapidly, there is a need for housing to keep abreast of demand. This film shows what is being done, with National Housing Act assistance, to build planned communities in parts of...
Kitimat, port to the world
Industrial film. An overview of the Alcan development of Kitimat -- Kenney Dam on the Nechako River; Kemano power plant; the Kitimat smelter, which ships aluminum all over the world; and the community of Kitimat itself.
No longer vanishing
Documentary. The changing way of life of Canada's Indian population is illustrated through a look at the varying roles and occupations of Indian people across Canada. Kwakiutl chief James Sewid of the Nimpkish band is shown at Alert Bay and ...
Travelogue. A pack-train journey through the wilderness of Ernest C. Manning Park [now called Manning Park].