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Can you be a leader?

Film is a promotional and informational short produced by New Horizon Films (with support from the NFB) for for the Department of National Defense. The film follows a set of new recruits through officer training at the facility in Chilliwack, B.C.
Directed and photographed by Robert S. Rodvik, sound recording and editing by Michael J. Collier, technical advisors: Captain Stu Harper and Captain Grant Russell, music composed by Captain John Montminy, Narrated by Chad Miller, music performed by Canadian Forces Naden Band, Esquimalt, B.C.
"Can you be a leader?" won a Certificate of Excellence - Training at the U.S. Industrial Film Festival.

Flight of the Sky hawks [English version]

Item uses additional material from other sponsored productions produced by Yaletown Productions, specifically, "Sky hawks." This 9 minute video was sponsored by the Department of National Defense [DND] and produced by Yaletown Productions. Rights are owned by DND. Some footage is common to the one hour documentary "Flight of the Sky hawks."

Flight of the sky hawks [broadcast version]

Item is a one hour television network documentary featuring Canada's military parachute team, the Sky Hawks, "Flight of the sky hawks: 20th anniversary celebration.;" produced in cooperation with the Department of National Defence Canada. Narrated by Donnelly Rhodes; written by Richard Tomkies; produced and directed by Michael Collier; editor Jane Morrison; and music Bruce Ruddell. The documentary follows the Sky hawks team through selection and training, their missions and goals and performances and other outreach activities the team performs as part of being a Sky hawk. From original camera source tapes. Includes blackouts for commercials.

L'envol de Sky hawks [French version]

Item is a one hour television network documentary featuring Canada's military parachute team, the Sky Hawks. produced in cooperation with the Department of National Defense Canada. Written by Richard Tomkies; produced and directed by Michael Collier; editor Jane Morrison; and music Bruce Ruddell. The documentary follows the Sky hawks team through selection and training, their missions and goals and performances and other outreach activities the team performs as part of being a Sky hawk. This is the cassette version, 47 minutes. Nov. 1992.
From original camera source tapes.

LaBelle family album, 1932-1957

File is a photograph album showing images of Eugene LaBelle working on telephone lines and other images related to the B.C. Telephone Company including three of Sproat Lake sent to the Canadian Department of National Defense for Air Pacific Communication Programme in 1943, soldiers in uniform and scenes of military training [Canadian Army Base in Kingston, Ont.?], members of the LaBelle family and friends, interior and exterior views of the family home at 2677 West 43rd in Vancouver, trips to other parts of British Columbia, Niagara Falls and the United States including postcards and other ephemera. Names and places are further identified for most images in the album. Some images are duplicates to images found in the other LaBelle family albums of this accession.

LaBelle family

Photograph album, 1907-1918

Item is a photograph album showing various scenes of family, friends, classmates, school events, Provincial Normal School boys' and girls' basketball teams, leisure activities, Labour Day parades; geographic areas include around Vancouver and the lower mainland including English Bay and Second Beach, as well as various locations from around the province such as Victoria, Buccaneer Bay, Armstrong, Vernon, Harrison and other sites. The album also includes photographs showing ships and soldiers in uniform from World War I, including Witley Camp, England and Signal Hill in Esquimalt, B.C., including portraits and group photographs.

Rescue at Sea [English version]

Item is a sponsored production produced by Yaletown Productions for the Department of National Defense, Canada. Produced in English and French. English verison.Producers Rod Brookes DND, Paul Bisson PWGSG, and Mike [Michael] Collier; technical advisor P2 Malcolm Conlon. 1995.

Sauvetage en Mer [Rescue at Sea, French version]

Item is a sponsored production produced by Yaletown Productions for the Department of National Defense, Canada. Produced in English and French. This is the French version; French narration and French subtitles for those sections spoken in English. Producers Rod Brookes DND, Paul Bisson PWGSG, and Mike [Michael] Collier; technical advisor P2 Malcolm Conlon. 1995.

Sky hawks [cassette version]

Item is a one hour television network documentary featuring Canada's military parachute team, the Sky Hawks, "Flight of the Skyhawks: 20th anniversary celebration.;" produced in cooperation with the Department of National Defense Canada. Narrated by Donnelly Rhodes; written by Richard Tomkies; produced and directed by Michael Collier; editor Jane Morrison; and music Bruce Ruddell. The documentary follows the Sky hawks team through selection and training, their missions and goals and performances and other outreach activities the team performs as part of being a Sky hawk. From original camera source tapes. This is the cassette version, 47 minutes. Nov. 4, 1991, Yaletown Productions.

Sky hawks [film to tape transfers, tape #2]

Item is one inch film to tape transfer of raw footage shot for the one hour television network documentary "Flight of the Sky hawks : 20th anniversary." The film features Canada's military parachute team, the Sky hawks. There is some aerial footage of the team in formation in free-fall and also shots of the team in combat gear with parachutes designed for combat and not for show. Footage is silent.

Sky hawks [tape # 22]

Item is raw footage shot for a one hour television network documentary featuring Canada's Military parachute team, the Sky hawks. Footage includes several takes of an interview with Richard Nette about the history of the Sky hawks team and how the team began, and includes scenes of military drills: push-ups, obstacle course, and parachute drills. Original camera source tape 22.

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