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The following items were originally published or created on October 21 over the years. They are presented here as a type of "timeline" showcasing content in our digital collections.
Famous Fishing Stream - Cowichan River. Nine Miles above Duncans, V.I., B.C. (1907)
Copy, signed, of Minutes of Board of Enquiry [re Natha Singh] (see pp. 49-51) (1913)
W. C. Hopkinson's evidence before Immigration Board of Inquiry in the matter of Immigration Act and Natha Singh alias Bhagwan Singh (1913)
Copy of letter from Malcolm Reid to W. D. Scott sent with Minutes of a Board of Enquiry re Natha Singh, alias Bhagwan Singh (1913)
Malcolm R. J. Reid, Dominion Immigration Agent, to W. D. Scott, Superintendent of Immigration [re Board of Inquiry hearing for Natha Singh, alias Bhagwan Singh] (1913)
Newsclipping - Vancouver World: Inspector Hopkinson shot dead in court house corridor by Hindoo (1914)
[H. H. Stevens, MP, Vancouver, to Robert Borden, Prime Minister, re murder of W. C. Hopkinson. Copy] (1914)
Newsclipping - Vancouver Daily Province: W. C. Hopkinson was killed by Hindu this morning (1914)
Newsclipping - W. C. Hopkinson was killed by Hindu this morning (1914)
Newsclipping - The Bengalee: Komagata Maru commission (1914)
"... we start by demanding a 'probe' ... then we see the government about 'ousting' top officials ..." (1954)
"Drummed out of the Honor Guard - and all I did was ask her auntie a couple of simple questions ..." (1955)
"At the start of the year, I was a rich successful business man, then I decided to invest every cent in a business venture- distributing sun-tan lotion in sunny Alberta!" (1968)
EDMONTON FREE FROM AIR POLLUTION ..... SO FAR "It's obvious they haven't listened to some of the local radio stations lately!" (1969)
VOTE AUSTIN TAYSHIS FOR ALDERMAN "Let's go over that again, shall we? You kiss the BABIES and give the cigars to .... " (1970)
Community organizations at [Vancouver] city hall on demolition control (1975)
Community organizations at [Vancouver] city hall on demolition control (1975)
Community organizations at [Vancouver] city hall on demolition control (1975)
Community organizations at [Vancouver] city hall on demolition control (1975)
Community organizations at [Vancouver] city hall on demolition control (1975)
CUPW [Canadian Union of Postal Workers] pickets (1975)
"You know how they are ... whatever is the fad of the moment with the other kids ..." (1975)
CUPW [Canadian Union of Postal Workers] pickets (1975)
Rapid transit conference (1979)
Rapid transit conference (1979)
Rapid transit conference (1979)
Police eviction of carpenters, UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] occupation (1982)
Police eviction of carpenters, UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] occupation (1982)
Police eviction of carpenters, UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] occupation (1982)
Police eviction of carpenters, UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] occupation (1982)
Police eviction of carpenters, UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] occupation (1982)
Police eviction of carpenters, UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] occupation (1982)
Police eviction of carpenters, UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] occupation (1982)
Police eviction of carpenters, UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] occupation (1982)
Occupation of UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] office by Carpenters [local] 1928 (1982)
Occupation of UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] office by Carpenters [local] 1928 (1982)
Police eviction of carpenters, UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] occupation (1982)
Occupation of UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] office by Carpenters [local] 1928 (1982)
Occupation by Carpenters [local] 1928 at UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] (1982)
Occupation by Carpenters [local] 1928 at UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission], eviction by police (1982)
Occupation by Carpenters [local] 1928 at UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission], eviction by police (1982)
Occupation by Carpenters [local] 1928 at UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] (1982)
Occupation by Carpenters [local] 1928 at UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] (1982)
Police eviction of carpenters, UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] occupation (1982)
Occupation of UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] office by Carpenters [local] 1928 (1982)
Occupation by Carpenters [local] 1928 at UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] (1982)
Occupation by Carpenters [local] 1928 at UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission], eviction by police (1982)
Occupation by Carpenters [local] 1928 at UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] (1982)
Occupation of UIC [Unemployment Insurance Commission] office by Carpenters [local] 1928 (1982)
"... and in the interests of restraint we could encourage even more future Nobel prizewinners right here in B.C. by shutting down the universities altogether ..." (1983)
Plumbers refrigeration local on strike at AAF Ltd., Burnaby (1985)
CAIMAW [Canadian Association of Industrial, Mechanical and Allied Workers] signs at Western Canada Steel (1988)
"OYEZ ... OYEZ ... OYEZ. Dateline Penticton: NO NOOSE IS GOOD NEWS ... SOCRED LYNCH MOB FAILS TO ZAP ZALM ... Film at eleven ..." All the Good News that Fits (1988)
(no text) (1995)
"Gosh! I'll need at least until then to make something up!"; Glen Clark's rationale for waiting until October 29th to tell us his side of the deficit:" (1996)
"We need the money." Stephane Dion explains why, as a Quebecer, he wants to keep B.C. in Canada. (1997)
To - Provincial Judges From - The people of Alberta (1997)
"We've decided to eliminate any references to our founder, John MacEachran, the eugenics advocate " "Because, quite frankly, we find his thinking to be substandard" (1997)
Meanwhile, back at the Legislature, Ralph ponders the implications of the close VLT vote... "Bingo!!" (1998)
"O.K....You can come out now...The Serbs have gone!" (1998)
(no text) (1999)
How the NDP government would deal with a major earthquake in BC.... "You'll have to hang in for another few months, until the Barrett enquiry wraps up hearings into the cause and blame for the earthquake." (1999)
"We've detected high amounts of arrogance, intensitivity and elitism in your system. But if you mask it with a few injections of unctuous charm, you might get away with one more race"; team liberal (2000)
"How is it a public referendum was okay for the native land claims treaty but not for the Olympics?" "Campbell's in favour of the Olympics." (2002)
"I'm sorry, Mr. Manley, we only have queen size." MAIN REASON THAT THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER LOSES SLEEP OVER THE MONARCHY. (2002)
"Paul Martin, what are you doing here?" "What are you doing here, Chretien? You should have been in Halifax like I was after the hurricane instead of at a funderaiser in Vancouver!" "I was openning a [...] (2003)
"44 days without food? That's not much of a trick - we've gone without food for months." Ethiopia Times; Famine; Illusionist Blaine ends stunt after 44 days (2003)
UNITE THE RIGHT! UNITE THE RIGHT! UNTIE THE RIGHT! (2003)
The gum of Canadian taxpayers (2005)
"We think you'll be pleased. You asked for a golden parachute and we've included skydiving lessons." (2005)
"So can anyone here fly this thing?" (2008)