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Expo 86 North American consumer television campaign

Item is a video which consists of eight commercials advertising Expo '86 in Vancouver to different target markets: English Canada, French Canada, British Columbia, and the United States. The commercials include shots of Canada Place, the geodesic dome of Expo Centre (now Science World), the Skytrain, Kitsilano Beach, the Empress Hotel (Victoria, B.C.), SS Princess Marguerite II, and the Premier of British Columbia Bill Bennett.

Going to Kingswood

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the CBC show "Monitor" hosted by Christina Pochmursky. This episode of Monitor shows a Kingswood training session and contains interviews with creators and participants.

Kingswood - Wed. Noon Editorial

Item is a videocassette containing Kingswood training material. The tape shows a scripted news broadcast called CCKK Noon Edition with an actor playing reporter Sylvia Schroeder.

Kingswood - Election Night Results

Item is a videocassette containing Kingswood training material. The tape shows a scripted news broadcast called CCKK Evening News with actors playing Mayor-Elect Monahan and reporters Phyllis Blackburn and Sylvia Schroeder.

Kingswood - Wed a.m.

Item is a videocassette containing Kingswood training material. The tape shows a scripted news broadcast called CCKK Morning News with actors playing reporter Sylvia Schroeder and Alderman Bevin.

Kingswood - Monahan's Report

Item is a videocassette containing Kingswood training material. The tape shows a scripted news broadcast called CCKK Election Night Special Bulletin with an actors playing the roles of Mike Monahan, Frank Fleming, Valerie Coleson and Sylvia Schroeder.

The Hastings Institute : The Kingswood Experience: Managing Diversity

Item is a videotape narrated by Judy Rogers (Executive Director, Hastings Institute) about the Kingswood training program. The tape features participants of the program Joy Morton (BC Hydro), Ray Hudson (CBC Radio), Ingrid Pipke (Justice Institute of B.C.), Brian Neal (Ministry of Attorney General), Colin Crisp (City of Victoria), Ardath Paxton Mann (Ministry of Economic Development, Small Business and Trade) and Eric Wong (Hastings Institute), Ken Dobell (City of Vancouver).

Kingswood Master Tape

Item is a videocassette containing Kingswood training material. The tape shows two scripted news broadcasts called CCKK Evening News and CCKK Morning News with actors playing Mayor-Elect Monahan, Phyllis Blackburn, Frank Fleimin and Sylvia Schroeder.

Pacific Ombus - Attitudes Towards Immigration

Item is a videocassette containing Kingswood training material. The tape shows a scripted television program called Ombus with Frank Fleming with actors playing Frank Fleming, Alderman Douglas and members of the public.

Pacific - Special Report on Immigration

Item is a videocassette containing Kingswood training material. The tape shows a scripted television program called CCKK Special Report with actors playing the roles of Sylvia Schroeder, Heather McWhirter, Jerry McGinn, Simon Leung and John McDermoot.

QHTV Evening News

Item is a videocassette containing Kingswood training material. The tape shows a scripted television program called QHTV News. with actors playing the roles of the reporters and interviewees.

1985 garden party

Item consists of a videocassette which contains raw amateur footage of the Brock House Society annual Garden Faire on July 6, 1985. The Tudor-themed faire was held at on the grounds of Brock House; footage includes shots of the house from many sides, as well as views over Jericho Beach and English Bay. The footage is thematically divided into roughly five parts: faire setup on July 5; the opening ceremonies with faire chairman Dudley Darling as the master of ceremonies introducing Dr. George Halpern who officially opens the faire, dancing to ragtime music (performed by Parks Board Band, conducted by Ray Johnson); executive coordinator Irene Ovenden talking to volunteers and vendors about the faire; musical performances, including the Brock House Choir, conducted by Elva Fitzpatrick Walters, the Brock House Orchestra, conducted by Ron Parkinson, and the Brock House Big Band, conducted by Paul Jagger; and raffle draws for various prizes, and Darling gives a few closing words after the drawings. Throughout the footage the cameraman often pans the camera out over the guests or lingers on subjects of interest such as children or items for sale by the vendors.

Brock House Society

PeopleLink - Gordon Winter

Item consists of a videocassette included as part of the Brock House Society's submission on behalf of Mr. Gordon Winter for their annual Senior Award (1993). It contains an episode of a community access program broadcast on Rogers community 4, Surry in 1993 called ?PeopleLink? which appears to focus on the contributions of individuals to the local community to support the submission. This episode, hosted by Archie Miller, uses exposition from the host, interview segments with Mr. Winter, and interviews with people he worked with to discuss his life, work, and primarily his contributions to the community.

The program includes footage of the bridge of the ?Native? paddlewheel boat in New Westminster, and interviews with various people who knew and worked with Mr. Winter: Don Skagen (Chairman, Mohawk Oil Co. Ltd.), Gary Cartwright (Vice President Sales, Mohawk Oil Co.), Colin Ryan (fellow Rotarian), Joy Yorath (Director of Development, Burnaby Hospital), Lynda Thornton (Burnaby Health Department), Norm Grohmann (BCTV Weatherman), and Sam Fame (Salvation Army).

Rogers Community 4, Surrey

The Vernon Science Centre : past, present and future

Item consists of a videocassette included as part of the Brock House Society's submission on behalf of Mr. Bill Sim for their annual Senior Award (1993). The feature on the cassette is a student production by students at A.L. Fortune Secondary School about the Vernon Science Centre. Host Jenney Morris interviews Mr. Sim (president and founder of the centre) and they discuss the founding of the centre, fundraising efforts, and future plans for expansion. The video also includes footage of some of the various exhibits available in the centre and Mr. Sim demonstrating some exhibits to school children.

A.L. Fortune Secondary School

City shapes - sculpture symposium

Item is a video containing three promotional commercials for the City Shapes Vancouver Centennial Sculpture Symposium of 1986 in Vanier Park (Vancouver, B.C.). The commercials contain miniature models of Vancouver sculptures and an aerial shot of downtown Vancouver.

Co-op Radio for insurance 1990 / Kick-Off Marathon '92

Item is a videocassette containing footage from Co-op Radio and the kick off for the 1992 fundraising marathon. The first 15:44 of the footage shows the Co-op Radio building, equipment, and work spaces. The last 15 minutes shows footage of speakers including Dorothy Kidd, Libby Davies, Svend Robinson for the kick off of the 1992 Co-op Radio fundraising marathon.

Co-op Radio

Item is a videocassette containing footage from Co-op Radio. The footage shows Co-op Radio staff, volunteers, equipment, work spaces, and an interview with Peter Grant. Writing on videocassette label: "All raw footage - random people, activities, things - Fresh Air, walk through 3rd floor [and onto] banding. Shaky, hand-held throughout. Auto focus. Joyce interviewed. GX. Peter G."

Cycle! : show #4

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Winston Brown and mechanic Cheryl Parker. Topics of this episode include bicycle helmet laws in Paradise, Newfoundland; the push for helmet laws in Vancouver and British Columbia;the proper way to wear a helmet; avoiding puddles; different types of bicycle brakes and how to adjust them; bike lingo: biff; helmets; Tour de l'ile in Montreal; how to ride in trails without skidding or sliding; and how to pass an equestrian on a bicycle. Recognizable locations include Stanley Park, the False Creek sea wall, Kitsilano Beach, Carelton Cycles, BC Place, and Pender Street.

Cycle! : show #5

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Winston Brown and mechanic Cheryl Parker. Topics of this episode include bike paths, bike lanes, and commuting; Vancouver's new bike way; bike lingo: doored; the hazards of riding alongside parked vehicles;bicycle lights; changing brake shoes; staying hydrated; bike trail of the week: North Vancouver; Team Horb (Hornby Island off road biking society) stunt biking; and doctors on cyclists not wearing helmets. Recognizable locations include BC Place, the Adanac bikeway, Granville Island, Kitsilano Beach, the Stanley Park seawall, Burrard Street, and West Cordova.

Cycle! : show #6

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Winston Brown and mechanic Cheryl Parker. Topics of this episode include Earth Corps: recycling bicycles for children in Winnipeg; tips for cycling in the rain; chain breaking and relinking; log climbing in the trails; sidewalk cycling; bike trail of the week: Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park; consumer report: bicycle pants; how to change gears; and Danelle Laidlaw (Executive Director, Cycling BC) on irresponsible cyclists. Recognizable locations include the Bloedel Floral Conservatory grounds, Queen Elizabeth Park, and the False Creek sea wall.

Cycle! : show #2

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include Tuesday Night Jam in the Park: Stanley Park group riding; pack riding tips; riding to preserve trails; safety tips for children cycling on sidewalks; how to release a jammed chain; Parks Board bike patrol in Stanley Park; trail of the week: Lake Bend Park area (Bellingham), Washington; fitting your bicycle to your body; and travel/touring in Nova Scotia on a bike.

Cycle! : show #3

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Winston Brown and Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include bicycle advocacy: Critical Mass rides; avoiding car doors; the Trumpeter Pedal Band of the Royal Netherlands Army; drinking and cycling; road etiquette and how to make a left turn; bicycle roof racks; tips about locking bicycles to street poles; working off calories on a bike; trail tips: how to sharpen your switch-back technique; and bicycle mechanics on cyclists. Recognizable locations and people include the Vancouver Art Gallery, Eaton's, Granville Street Bridge, Burrard Street Bridge, Gordon Price, Burrard Street, Sea Bus and Sea Bus Terminal, Main Street/False Creek area, Hotel Vancouver, and Canada Place Hotel.

Cycle! : show #4

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include bike touring; BMX-ing; commuting by bicycle and good commuter bicycles; trail tips: how to making turns in rough terrain; how to transport your bicycle on an airplane; avoiding the right turn squish; and sharing the road. Recognizable locations include Cambie Cycles, Vancouver Airport, and Kitsilano Beach.

Cycle! : show #5

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include the Cross-Canada Cycle Tour Society: senior cyclists; Sprockids: educating kids about bicycling; paying attention on the road; Point Roberts crossing bicycle trail; how to get over obstacles on a hilly trail; how gears work and how to adjust derailleurs; bike trail of the week: Morin Heights, Quebec; senior cycling tour from San Diego to New Orleans; and stationary bicycles. Recognizable locations include Vanier Park and the Point Roberts Canada/USA border.

Cycle! : show #6

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include bicycle polo; fitting bicycles for kids; bicycling website of the week; exercises for balance and handling skills; rain gear; bicycle stands for maintenance; stretching for cycling; bicycle theft; and preparing for commuting. Recognizable locations include Jericho Beach, the False Creek seawall, Vancouver Public Library Central Branch, West Point Cycles, Cambie Street Bridge, Lions Gate Bridge, and Lions Gate Hospital.

Cycle! : show #7

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include bicycle world travelers: the Velcro Brothers; bicycle riding at night and reflectors;how to bike through drop-offs; the proper way to teach children how to ride a bicycle; extreme mountain biking education and trail building; bike saddles; and low-rider bicycles and low-rider culture. Recognizable locations include Granville Island Market, the Vancouver Art Gallery, Robson Square, Alma Street, Gastown, Denman Street, Vanier Park, Vancouver Maritime Museum, and the Aquabus.

Cycle! : show #8

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include a women's cycling camp; how to bunny hop; what side of the road to ride on; different types of tire valves; and commuting to work in the rain with panniers. Recognizable locations include south Cambie, Cambie Street Bridge, Stanley Park, English Bay, and Lions Gate Bridge.

Cycle! : show #1

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include an interview with Olympian Alison Sydor; how to climb rough terrain; trail of the week: Kettle Valley Trail, BC; the importance of riding in a straight line; choosing the right bicycle; the Sumac Memorial Race; important hand tools for bicycle maintenance; bike lingo: bonk; and cyclists who do not stop at stop signs. Recognizable locations include Granville Island, False Creek, Burrard Street Bridge, The Bike Cellar, Hollywood Theatre, and Vanier Park.

Cycle! : show #5

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmaine Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include Toronto bike to work week; a bicycle choir; a consumer report on bike racks; stationary bikes; bike trail of the week: Lochside Trail on Vancouver Island; using hand signals on the road; motorists on how cyclists are considered vehicles but insurance is not required; how to descend rough terrain; how to pack your bicycle for the plane; and a Toronto bike auction.

Cycle! : show #6

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include road racing at UBC; teachingchildren road sense cycling skills; layering your clothing when cycling in the cold; how back derailleurs work and how to adjust them; Alan Shiveral on kids' bikes with adult hardware; bunny hopping; bike seats; and bicycle riding with a pacemaker: Ride for Heart. Recognizable locations include Vanier Park, UBC, Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal, Vanier Park, Maritime Museum, Blanca Street, and downtown Vancouver.

Cycle! : show #7

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include biking classes in high school; being prepared for mountain biking; how to adjust your handle bar; trail tips: how to land; helmets; bike trail of the week: Saskatoon, and bicycle racing on ice; off-road riding tips; stretches before cycling; communicating on the road: signaling methods; and extreme mountain biking. Recognizable locations include Grouse Mountain, Sunset Beach, Vanier Park, and the Plaza of Nations.

Cycle! : show #8

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include Montreal's Tour de l'ile; helmet legislation in Ontario; setting a good example as a cyclist; adding variety to your workouts; shock absorbers and their history; kids on steep hills and rain; trail tips: how to bike under things; how to buy a used bike; and the bike trail of the week: Vancouver Island and Victoria area.

Cycle! : show #9

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include the Sea to Sky bicycle trail construction; BUGS: Bicycle User Groups; tips on improving your traffic riding technique; how to lubricate your bike; what to do at uncontrolled intersections; bicycle lawn mowers; trail tips: how to get off and on your bicycle while in motion;bar ends; spouses of cyclists. Recognizable locations include Burrard Street Bridge, Broadway near Fir/Granville (near the old Aristocratic Diner), Granville Street Bridge, and Vanier Park.

Cycle! : show #10

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include cycling in P.E.I. and the province converting rail lines to bike trails; avoiding common cycling mistakes on the road; different types of tire valves; Le Monde a Bicyclette: bicycle advocacy in Montreal; bicycle roof racks; bike trail of the week: Women on Wheels at Hamlin Point, Ontario;navigating twist and turns on trail; and the Velo Halifax bicycle club.

Cycle! : show #96-01 : repak #1 : Supersonic Individual

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include cycling safety tips for kids; spot checking your bike before cycling; practicing maneuvering; taking your child road riding; reckless driveway ride outs; bad role model cycling examples; shoulder checking without swerving; cycling hand signals; shoulder checking before signaling; what to do at intersections without traffic signs/lights; and clumsy cycling mistakes while cycling in groups on the road.

Cycle! : show #96-03 : mountain bike special

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include the evolution of mountain biking and types of mountain bikes; mountain bike marketing; the Westcoast school of mountain biking; V-Brakes; bike lingo: sweet, not so sweet; adjusting your grip shift and rear derailleur; the art of mountain biking in urban spaces; off-road racing; and gravity and drops. Recognizable locations include Pacific Spirit Park, Vanier Park, Burrard Street Bridge, and Spanish Banks.

Cycle! : show #9

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include Vicious Cycle: Real Action Pictures (RAP) film about mountain biking; bicycle helmets; cycling website of the week; becoming a bicycle courier; trails and user conflict; trail tips: bunny hopping; bike trail of the week: Marathon, Ontario; commuting to work case study; layering for cycling in the winter; and using bicycles for work. Recognizable locations include the Endowment Lands, Cambie Street Bridge, Lions Gate Bridge, Chinatown, and downtown Vancouver.

Cycle! : show #96-06 : advocacy special

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks. Topics of this episode include bike advocacy: Vancouver's Bike to Work Week and Bike to Market Day; a Bike to Work Week ride with Doug Smith (City Cycling Co-ordinator) over Burrard Street Bridge and via Union/Adanac bike way; Granville Island public market Bike to Work Week activities; the Alternative Transportation Centre; mountain biking in Burnaby Mountain and trail rights; patrolling Pacific Spirit Park and intercepting trespassing cyclists; cyclists on the sidewalk; the Sanctuary Foundation: mechanics programs and therapeutic benefits; bicycle advocacy and women cyclists; and the experiment to designate a lane on Burrard Street Bridge to bicycles. Recognizable locations and people include Burrard Street Bridge, Granville Island, New Westminster, and Gordon Price.

Cycle! : show #96-08 : weird & wonderful special

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmane Crooks, featuring reporter Joan Jones. Topics of this episode include 24-hour endurance mountain biking; cardio-cruising on False Creek; bicycle umbrella: Raingo; riding pet birds around on a bicycle; Ted Schredd: traffic reporting on a bicycle, the North America bicycle tour, and naked cycling photography; Land Rover all-purpose bicycles; parking meter party home video; William Craig invention of a mountain biking prosthetic arm and custom bike; and bicycle helmet airbrush art. Recognizable locations include False Creek/Yaletown, Pacific National Exhibition grounds, and Hastings and Renfrew.

In conversation with Charmaine (pilot)

Item is an edited recording of a CBC television talk show pilot which features discussions with influential British Columbians, hosted by Charmaine Crooks. The first guest, community activist Jim Green on activism and community development; evictions caused by Expo '86 and his efforts to prevent them; his personal life and his accomplishments and vision. The second guest, artist George Littlechild, speaks about the artist's role in society; his past in foster homes and racism he experienced; his search for his own cultural identity; his Scottish and Plains Cree background; his art and inspirations; his spirituality; and his role models.

Inglis, Gordon

In conversation with Charmaine : show #1

Item is an unedited recording of a CBC television talk show pilot which features discussions with influential British Columbians, hosted by Charmaine Crooks. The first guest, artist George Littlechild, speaks about the artist's role in society; his past in foster homes and racism he experienced; his search for his own cultural identity; his Scottish and Plains Cree background; his art and inspirations; his spirituality; and his role models. The second guest, community activist and affordable housing advocate/developer Jim Green, speaks about his position as Community Development Co-ordinator for the Ministry of Employment and Investment and political positions as a means to an end; his upbringing in the southern United States; his efforts to prevent evictions in Vancouver's east end prior to the 1986 Expo; his run for mayor, and his accomplishments and vision for the future. The remainder of the tape captures Charmaine Crooks rehearsing and/or discarded takes, introduction and exit takes eventually used in the edited show, and voiceovers for video profiles.

Shiveral, Alan

Free wheelin' : show #1

Item is recording of a television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and featuring Nancy Robertson, Robert Meares, David Eades, and John Moxin. Topics of this episode include how to improve the security of your U-lock; cycling and public transit; the parts of the bicycle, particularly bicycle wheels; different types of bicycle frames and warranties; the anatomy of a bicycle wheel hub; tips on what to pack when cycling; and bicycle hardware and components.

Inglis, Gordon

Free wheelin' : show #2

Item is recording of a television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and featuring Nancy Robertson, Robert Meares, David Eades, and John Moxin. Topics of this episode include tips on bicycle seats; bicycle advocacy; shop talk: the rear wheel and gears and maintenance; bicycle troubleshooting and warranties; adjusting derailleurs and brakes; and a bike rodeo in Surrey.

Inglis, Gordon

Free wheelin' : show #3

Item is recording of a television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and featuring Nancy Robertson, Robert Meares, David Eades, and John Moxin. Topics of this episode include tips on staying hydrated; cycling policy: standards for roads and highways; shop talk: the steering system of a bicycle; types of tires and tire warranties; eating before cycling; and the history of the Carleton Cycle store.

Inglis, Gordon

Free wheelin' : show #5

Item is a recording of television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and featuring Nancy Robertson, Robert Meares, David Eades, and John Moxin. Topics of this episode include cycling tips for transportation; mountain bikes and advocacy for cycling trails and mountain bike builders; shop talk: brakes; batteries for lights and warranties; shoulder checking while cycling in a straight line; and the life of a bicycle courier. Recognizable locations include Stanley Park, Cambie Street, and Eaton's.

Free wheelin' : show #6

Item is a recording of a television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral featuring Nancy Robertson, Robert Meares, David Eades, and John Moxin. Topics of this episode include cycling in the city, commuters, bike networks and designated paths; shop talk: gears and derailleurs, and oiling gears; rear derailleurs, index shifting systems, and their warranties; awareness of surroundings when cycling; and cycling in the Seymour Demonstration Forest.

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