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Eating for a healthy baby

Item is a video recording of an educational program entitled "Eating for a Healthy Baby," produced by the Vancouver Health Department. The program provides information about healthy food choices for expecting mothers, and covers topics including Canada's Food Guide to Healthy Eating; the food groups; examples of healthy meals, with a focus on Indian cuisine; protein intake for vegetarians; educational pregnancy programs; intake of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco; and diet considerations while breastfeeding.

Vancouver (B.C.). Health Department

Preventing tooth decay : infants and toddlers

Item is a video recording of an educational program entitled "Preventing Tooth Decay: Infants and Toddlers," produced by the Vancouver Health Department. The program provides information for parents on the importance of taking care of their children's baby teeth, and covers topics including the consequences of improper oral care; nursing tooth decay, and ways to prevent it; oral care practices for infants and toddlers; and foods which promote healthy teeth. The program concludes with a summary of recommendations for keeping children's teeth healthy.

Vancouver (B.C.). Health Department

Preventing tooth decay : infants and toddlers

Item is a video recording of an educational program entitled "Preventing Tooth Decay: Infants and Toddlers," produced by the Vancouver Health Department. The program provides information for parents on the importance of taking care of their children's baby teeth, and covers topics including the consequences of improper oral care; nursing tooth decay, and ways to prevent it; oral care practices for infants and toddlers; and foods which promote healthy teeth. The program concludes with a summary of recommendations for keeping children's teeth healthy.

Vancouver (B.C.). Health Department

Preventing tooth decay : infants and toddlers

Item is a video recording of an educational program entitled "Preventing Tooth Decay: Infants and Toddlers," produced by the Vancouver Health Department. The program provides information for parents on the importance of taking care of their children's baby teeth, and covers topics including the consequences of improper oral care; nursing tooth decay, and ways to prevent it; oral care practices for infants and toddlers; and foods which promote healthy teeth. The program concludes with a summary of recommendations for keeping children's teeth healthy.

Vancouver (B.C.). Health Department

Preventing tooth decay : infants and toddlers

Item is a video recording of an educational program entitled "Preventing Tooth Decay: Infants and Toddlers," produced by the Vancouver Health Department. The program provides information for parents on the importance of taking care of their children's baby teeth, and covers topics including the consequences of improper oral care; nursing tooth decay, and ways to prevent it; oral care practices for infants and toddlers; and foods which promote healthy teeth. The program concludes with a summary of recommendations for keeping children's teeth healthy.

Vancouver (B.C.). Health Department

Preventing tooth decay : infants and toddlers

Item is a video recording of an educational program entitled "Preventing Tooth Decay: Infants and Toddlers," produced by the Vancouver Health Department. The program provides information for parents on the importance of taking care of their children's baby teeth, and covers topics including the consequences of improper oral care; nursing tooth decay, and ways to prevent it; oral care practices for infants and toddlers; and foods which promote healthy teeth. The program concludes with a summary of recommendations for keeping children's teeth healthy.

Vancouver (B.C.). Health Department

Healthy eating for school age children

Item is a video recording of a educational program entitled "Healthy Eating for School-Aged Children," produced by the Vancouver Health Department. Using the Canadian Guidelines for Healthy Eating as a reference, the program provides information for parents on healthy meals and snacks for children, as well as offers food shopping and storage tips. The program also describes the four food groups; healthy levels of dietary fat intake; balanced meals; and nutritious snacks. Recognizable locations within Vancouver include Nightingale Elementary School, Kingsgate Mall IGA, Chong Lee Seafood, Kam Tong Enterprises Ltd., and Sally's Cake House.

Vancouver (B.C.). Health Department

Healthy eating for school age children

Item is a video recording of a educational program entitled "Healthy Eating for School-Aged Children," produced by the Vancouver Health Department. Using the Canadian Guidelines for Healthy Eating as a reference, the program provides information for parents on healthy meals and snacks for children, as well as offers food shopping and storage tips. The program also describes the four food groups; healthy levels of dietary fat intake; balanced meals; and nutritious snacks. Recognizable locations within Vancouver include Nightingale Elementary School, Kingsgate Mall IGA, Chong Lee Seafood, Kam Tong Enterprises Ltd., and Sally's Cake House.

Vancouver (B.C.). Health Department

Healthy eating for school age children

Item is a video recording of a educational program entitled "Healthy Eating for School-Aged Children," produced by the Vancouver Health Department. Using the Canadian Guidelines for Healthy Eating as a reference, the program provides information for parents on healthy meals and snacks for children, as well as offers food shopping and storage tips. The program also describes the four food groups; healthy levels of dietary fat intake; balanced meals; and nutritious snacks. Recognizable locations within Vancouver include Nightingale Elementary School, Kingsgate Mall IGA, Chong Lee Seafood, Kam Tong Enterprises Ltd., and Sally's Cake House.

Vancouver (B.C.). Health Department

Eric's video

Item is a videocassette containing the program entitled Eric's Video. The video deals with discrimination against people with HIV and AIDS and discrimination based on sexuality. The video consists of a series of interviews with Rick Waynes, Dinetia Johnson, David, Kenna Fair, Carolyn, Zachery Longboy, Lucy Falkner and Judy Lynne. The interviews were conducted by Michael Andaluz and Peter Stebbings.
Funding and support for the video was provided by Vancouver Health Department, the Health Promotion Directorate Health Services Branch, Health and Welfare Canada through the National AIDS Education Contribution Program. The National Film Board provided facilities assistance.

Too close... for comfort

Item is a videocassette showing a dramatized story of a group of youth dealing with the subjects of sexuality, HIV/AIDS and discrimination. People appearing in acting roles include: Peter Stebbings, Stephen Fanning, Veena Sood, Matt Hill, Dinah Gaston, Michael Andaluz, Sasha [Moisenovitch], Barbara Jeanne Harrison, David Hooper, Jacques Lalonde and Catherine Lough. People appearing as themselves include: David Tuff, Zachary Longboy, Rick Waynes, Dinetia Johnson, Robin Blaser and David Farwell.
The video was presented by the Vancouver Health Department and funded by the Federal Centre for AIDS, Protection Branch, Health and Welfare Canada.

Listen to the children

Item is a video recording of an educational program targeted at child caregivers entitled "Listen to the Children," produced by the Vancouver Health Department. The subject of the program is early childhood first language development.

Childcare professionals from Langara Child Development Centre discuss the importance of language development in children and the importance of intervening early when children have difficulties. Patience Towler, Vancouver Health Department Senior Speech Language Pathologist,introduces the purpose of the program: to recognize speech development issues in children, and understand when children should be referred to a language pathologist. The program then goes on to explain a general timeline for expressive language development in children; the difference between expressive language and language comprehension; skills required for language comprehension; and second or parallel language development in children. The program details how to recognize potential speech and language difficulties in children; watching children for difficulties in interactions with others; and communicating with the child's parents. This is followed by descriptions of the potential speech and language difficulties a child may have, including difficulties with pronunciation, fluency, and voice.

Vancouver (B.C.). Health Department

[Home gas stations in Vancouver, Burnaby and New Westminster]

Item is a documentary film documenting Home gas stations in the Lower Mainland in the 1930s. The film contains footage primarily of the building structures, however, the occasional glimpses of a vehicle, person and landscape can be seen as well. Specifically, this film documents National Service Station (1695 Main St.), Crescent Motors (263 East 7th Ave.), Southill Motors (2704 Kingsway), Carleton Service Station (Joyce and Kingsway, City), Joyce Road Garage (4905 Joyce Rd., City), Central Park Garage (4651 Kingsway, Burnaby), Pacific Avenue Garage (4495 Kingsway, New Westminster), Rose Auto Camp (4166 Kingsway, Burnaby), Burnaby Tourist Lodge (4050 Kingsway, New Westminster), Jubilee Garage (3600 Nelson St., Burnaby), Hollywood Service Station (2674 Kingsway, New Westminster), Kingsway and Dublin Service (Kingsway and Dublin, New Westminster), Morrison s Garage (1102 Kingsway, New Westminster), Brandon Auto Livery (512 W.Georgia St.), and Holland Service Station (125 Robson St.).

[Home gas stations on Vancouver Island]

Item is a documentary film documenting home gas stations in the Lower Mainland in the 1930s. The film contains footage primarily of the building structures, however, occasional glimpses of a vehicle, person and landscape can be seen as well. Specifically, this film documents Douglas Service (Hillside and Government), Piggott Auto Camp (595 Gorge Road), Atkinson s Garage (617 Vancouver St.), Monzer s Service (1835 Pandora St.), Gettles Service (Sooke, B.C.), Island Highway Garage (Island Highway), W.A. Kippen (Scenic View Malahat), Island Gateway Service (Island Hill), Duncan Garage Ltd. (Duncan, B.C.), Chas. Fielden (Duncan, B.C.), Roger De C. Veale (Westholme, B.C.), J. Hutchison (Ladysmith, B.C.), Mrs. E. Galloway (Cassidy, B.C.), Jos. Taylor (South Wellington, B.C.), Wm. Newrick (Wellington, B.C.), Parksville Beach Garage (Parksville, B.C.), Ernest Baker (Coombs, B.C.), G. McGariggle (Port Alberni, B.C.), Hamilton electric (Port Alberni, B.C.), Bartlett s Store (Qualicum Bay, B.C.), J. Nakano (Cumberland, B.C.), A. Hogg (Sandwick, B.C.), Vancouver Island Coach Lines (Campbell River, B.C.), Tom Baker (Grantham, B.C.), Comox auto Camp (Comox, B.C.), Wm. Ardley (Courtnay, B.C.), Macdonald Electric (Courtnay, B.C.), Corfield Motors (Courtnay, B.C.), and Distributing Plant (Courtnay, B.C.).

[Home gas stations in the Lower Mainland]

Item is a documentary film documenting home gas stations in the Lower Mainland in the 1930s. The film contains footage primarily of the building structures, however, the occasional glimpses of a vehicle, person and landscape can be seen as well. Specifically, this film documents United Service Station (6th and 8th New Westminster), South Westminster Service (RR#1 New Westminster), Handford Service Station (Scott and McLennan Rd.), Levreoult Service Station (Ladner, B.C.), Beach Grove Service Station (Boundary Bay, B.C.), Crescent Beach Service (Crescent Beach, B.C.), Mac s Auto Service (White Rock, B.C.), Central Garage (Cloverdale, B.C.), O Brian Service Station (Cloverdale, B.C.), Port Kells Service Station (Part Kells, B.C.), Olympic Service Station (RR#3 New Westminster), Auto and Machinery Service (Pacific Highway, New Westminster), Lawrence Motors (10th and Carnarvon), Ideal Service Station (10th and Columbia, New Westminster), Mountain View Service Station (202, 6th New Westminster), Summit Service Station (2000 Douglas Road, New Westminster), Hilton Bros. (Langley Prairie, B.C.), Home Beacon Service (Milner, B.C.), Fort Langley Transportation Co. (Fort Langley, B.C.), Kerr s Truck Line (Langley Prairie, B.C.), B&A Garage (Langley Prairie, B.C.), Ross Bros. (Abbotsford, B.C.), and Burnier and Desmazes (Abbotsford, B.C.).

Barbara's wedding [and other events]

Item is an amateur film documenting various family events, including the wedding of Barbara Spencer to Laurence Norman Bruce in Kelowna, B.C. 28 April 1961. Other events include waterskiing, a helicopter ride over the Lion's Gate Bridge, fishing, and another wedding.

[Family vacation]

Item is an amateur film documenting a group of people, including Peggy Spencer, vacationing in the United States. Film documents people boarding an airplane, women on a beach, children swimming, golf, and a boat named "Valerian II". Film also documents a football game and footage of an animal performance at Marineland of the Pacific.

[Christmas]

Item is an amateur film documenting a Spencer family Christmas gathering. Film documents Gertrude Spencer and a baby, likely Andrea Ellen Spencer. Film also documents Peggy Spencer and others in party hats, and people with tennis raquets.

[Wedding of Elizabeth Ann Spencer and David Francis Williamson]

Item is an amateur film documenting the wedding of Elizabeth Ann Spencer and David Francis Williamson at St. Andrew's-Wesley in Vancouver on 4 September 1957. Film documents guests, family, and wedding party arriving and entering the church, people leaving the church (including Victor Vance and Peggy Spencer, with their children Janice and Victor Grant), and the reception at HMCS Discovery on Deadman's Island in Stanley Park.

Alaska

Item is an amateur film documenting Victor Vance and Peggy Spencer's vacation in Alaska and the Yukon Territory. Film documents mountains, Sam McGee's Cabin in Whitehorse, Y.T. and the Watson Lake Hotel and Watson Lake Signpost Forest in Watson Lake, Y.T. Film also includes footage of Victor Vance Spencer.

Cityport

Item is a documentary film documenting the issue between the development of cityports and residential areas near the Vancouver shoreline. Film contains historical images of cityports and scenes of ports at Halifax and London, England for comparison to the situation in Vancouver.

Peggy + baby + house + garden

Item is an amateur film documenting 2995 Roseberry Ave, West Vancouver, the home and garden of Victor Vance and Peggy Spencer. Film documents a baby, likely Victor Vance and Peggy Spencer's daughter Janice Elvin, born 10 March 1952.

Hunting

Item is an amateur film documenting a group, including Victor Vance Spencer and his wife, Peggy, shooting skeet, hunting birds, and fishing. Film also documents a cattle drive and pigs.

Bride leaving

Item is an amateur film documenting Isabell Louise Spencer's wedding to John Kenneth Newbury on 24 August 1938 at St. Andrew's-Wesley Church, 1022 Nelson Ave. in Vancouver. Film documents the bride and groom recessing and leaving the church.

Downtown : the issues -

Item is a documentary film documenting the transportation and population issues that impact access to downtown Vancouver. Film contains scenes of the Granville Street Bridge, and people walking along a beach and around city streets.

Earlscourt in color

Item is an amateur film documenting the Spencer children and friends playing on the lawn of the family ranch at Lytton, B.C. Film also documents family and workers cleaning the swimming pool. Accompanying note reads, "Earlscourt in color - good 1937".

Bowen Island

Item is an amateur film documenting a ferry trip to Bowen Island, a parade, and a flag raising ceremony at the cenotaph in Snug Cove. Film documents Col. Victor Spencer in a uniform, and Elizabeth Ann in front of the monument.

Spencer family on Deer Leap

Item is an amateur film documenting people on a dock, in rowboats, and fishing. Film documents Elizabeth Ann getting off a yacht, likely the Deerleap, and Elizabeth Ann, Col. Victor , and Gertrude Spencer standing on a dock. Accompanying note reads, "Family (Spencer) on Deerleap - about 34".

Dog Creek round-up

Item is an amateur film documenting roping, tying down, and branding cattle. Film documents men on horseback rounding up cattle, and briefly shows Col. Victor and Gertrude Spencer, and children John Fife and Elizabeth Ann. Accompanying note reads, "Dog Creek Round Up Cattle mostly brand[ing]". Note is ripped.

Parade

Item is an amateur film documenting a Vancouver Golden Jubilee Parade. Film documents floats including the Electrical Contractors, Tyees Grouse Mountain, the Japanese-Canadian Citizens' League, Seaport Crown Fish Co., Ltd., Grace Hospital, Hodgson Lumber Company, Fraser River Sockeye, the Vancouver Rowing Club, and a float reading "Good citizenship and British ideals built Vancouver".

Our trip on the Deerleap

Item is an amateur film documenting a yacht, likely the Deerleap, Col, Victor Spencer's yacht. Film documents people in rowboats, and a seaplane taking off and landing in Coal Harbour. Film includes footage of Elizabeth Ann Spencer. Accompanying note reads, "Deerleap trip July 1936 good".

Regatta Rowing Club July 1st 1936

Item is an amateur film documenting a parade on W. Georgia Street heading west past McDermott Motors Ltd. at 1200 W. Georgia Street, toward Stanley Park. Film documents crowds around houses in the West End, men rowing in Coal Harbour, and the Denman Arena.

[Earlscourt 1935 with guests]

Item is an amateur film documenting members of the Spencer family at the Earlscourt ranch in Lytton, B.C. Film documents Elizabeth Ann playing on the lawn, people playing tennis, John Fife and Elizabeth Ann Spencer swimming, Gertrude Spencer at the swimming pool, and R.V. Winch reading inside the house.

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