Print preview Close

Showing 39 results

Archival description
City of Vancouver fonds Audio
Print preview View:

39 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

National Conference of Emergency Health Services

Item is the second part of an audio reel containing a recording of notes taken from the report by Brigadier Lister to Brigadier McArthur on the National Conference of Emergency Health Services from November 16-19, 1959 at the Civil Defence College,[Arnprior], Ontario.

Hearing twelve

Part is the end of side two of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 12 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 7:30 pm at City Hall Council Chambers. Politicians, party/community representatives, and members of the public express favourable views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process.

Hearing eleven - continued

Part is 500 feet of side two of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 11 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at City Hall Council Chambers. Politicians, aldermen, council members, and party/community representatives express favourable/opposing views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process. Alderman Little speaks in favour of the at large system.

Hearing eleven - morning session

Part is side one of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 11 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 9:30 at City Hall Council Chambers. Politicians, aldermen, council members, and party/community representatives express favourable and opposing views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process. Gordon Campbell speaks in favour of the ward system for electing council members, and an at large system for electing the mayor. Alderman Mike Harcourt also speaks in favour of the ward system. Alderman Marguerite Ford speaks in opposition to the ward system. Alderman Darlene Marzari speaks in favour of the ward system. Alderman Harry Rankin argues in favour of a ward system. Alderman Bernice Girard argues in opposition of the ward system.

Hearing ten - afternoon session

Part is side two of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 10 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 1:30 pm at City Hall. Private citizens, party representatives, and community representatives express favourable/opposing views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process. Dr. Charles Wheeler (former mayor of Kansas) returns to clarify some details. A member of the Japanese Community Volunteers Association speaks in favour of the ward system. A representative of the Downtown Vancouver Association also speaks in favour of the ward system. The president of the Citizens Council of Civic Development speaks in favour of implementing the plebicite. Jane Rittenhouse also speaks in favour of a partial (not full) ward system. A representative on behalf of Lower Mainland Council of the Canadian Association Of Industrial, Mechanical and Allied Workers presents in favour of the ward system.

Hearing ten - morning session

Part is side one of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 10 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 9:30 at City Hall Committee Room One. Private citizens, party representatives, community representatives, union representatives, Charles Wheller (former mayor of Kansas City/former Vancouver alderman), express opposing views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process.

Hearing nine

Part is side two of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 9 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 7:30 pm at the Kerrisdale Community Centre. Private citizens and party/community representatives express favorable views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process.

Hearing eight

Part is side one of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 8 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 7:30 pm at the Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre. Private citizens and party/community representatives express favorable and opposing views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process.

Hearing seven

Part is side two of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 7 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 7:30 pm at the Hastings Community Centre. Private citizens and party/community representatives express favorable views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process.

Hearing six

Part is side one of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 6 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 7:30 pm at the West End Community Centre. Private citizens and party/community representatives express favorable views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process.

Hearing five

Part is side two of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 5 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 7:30 pm at the Kitsilano Community Centre. Private citizens, and party/community representatives express favorable views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process.

Hearing three

Part is side one of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 3 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 7:30 pm at the Killarney Community Centre. Private citizens, and party/community representatives express favorable views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process.

Hearing two - afternoon session

Part is side two of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 2 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 1:30 pm at City Hall Council Chambers. Private citizens and community/party representatives express opposing or favorable views on the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process.

Hearing two - morning session

Part is side one of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 2 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 9:30 am at City Hall Council Chambers. Party and community representatives express opposing or favorable views of the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process. Art Phillips presents his thoughts in favor of the ward system. Part also contains a brief from a COPE representative.

Hearing four

Part is side two of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 4 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 8:00 pm at the Mt. Pleasant Community Centre. Private citizens argue in favor of a ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process.

Hearing one

Part is side one of an audio tape containing a recording of hearing no. 1 of the Governmental Review Commission that happened at 7:30 pm at City Hall Council Chambers. Private citizens and community representatives express opposing or favourable views of the ward system in Vancouver's municipal election process.

Civil defence plans in Vancouver area

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of a discussion regarding civil defense plans in the Vancouver area during General Hatton's visit. Officials discuss Vancouver civil defense and evacuation plans in in time of nuclear attack.

Minister's Conference

Item is the first part of an audio reel containing a recording of notes taken from the Summary Record of the Provincial Civil Defence Coordinators' conference in Ottawa on October 5th and 6th, 1959. The speaker is unidentified.

Radiation in industry [lecture]

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of a lecture given to Vancouver Fire Department by the Compensation Board about radiation and radiation exposure.

Vancouver air raid exercise

Item is an audio reel containing a CBC report of air raid drill "Operation Beware" at Vancouver. Part of larger Pacific Northwest civil defense exercise. Individuals on the recording include reporters Marce Munro and Ray Mackness.

Arrival of film "A Queen is Crowned"

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of a radio broadcast reporting the live arrival of the film "A Queen is Crowned" at Vancouver. The film was a theatrical documentary showing the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, to be shown at both the Vogue and Plaza theatres. Commentator Bob Fortune takes listeners through the arrival of the film at the airport; to the J. Arthur Rank offices for film assembly; then to the Vogue Theatre for beginning of showing.