- HV 5091 .C3 F73 2014
27 Archival description results for Alcohol
27 results directly related Exclude narrower terms
- AM1545-S3-: CVA 586-15997
- AM1519-: PAM 1934-80
Issue no. 3 (October 1st, 1934)
- AM1519-: PAM 1948-112
- AM1519-: PAM 1936-151
Issue no. 5 (April 1st, 1936)
- AM1519-: PAM 1952-82
- HV 5309 .B7 .M643 2013
- HV 5310 .V35 C35 2001
- COV-S132-2-: LEG188.3
Part of City of Vancouver fonds
Item is a video of an informational program on "Skills," a controlled drinking program offered by the Vancouver Health Department, featuring Doug Adams (Coordinator of the Skills Drinking Program), and counselors Elise Donpierre, Liz Cameron, Sally Hearst, Terry Sloss, and Donna Taylor. The Skills program was developed by the Vancouver Health Department and the University of British Columbia to respond to people for whom drinking is a problem, but not yet so out of hand that abstinence is the only solution. After its development, the Skills program was placed under the Adult Preventative Programs at the Burrard Health Unit. In the video, the Skills program is explained in detail, and the counselors roleplay examples of appropriate and inappropriate prospective clients approaching the program, as well as a screening session prior to admission to the program. The video closes with Doug Adams speaking about the success of the program.
- AM1519-: PAM 1959-112
- AM1519-: PAM 2006-19
Complete program guide and schedule of events for festival held February 27th to March 5, 2006.
"28th Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival: 1,320 wines, 15 countries, 186 wineries, 52 events, 7 days. . . . "
- VPD-S214-: CVA 480-214
- [ca. 1917]
Item is a photograph showing stills in a room presumably at the police station ; inscription on verso states "Prop [property] of G.K. Pinchin".
- AM1545-S3-: CVA 586-9703
- Mar. 24, 1947
- AM1553-8-S6-: MI-472
Part of Yaletown Productions Inc. fonds
Item is original camera tape footage taken for the "Everest - Climb for hope" documentary. Video contains interviews with team members at a time near the end of the expedition. And one interview with an expedition Sherpa. Video contains camp ambiance, packing up and clean-up. Sherpas sort through food left-over and supplies after the expedition. The video ends with a party and a food fight.