March 28th, 2019 — Root ball of a fallen tree in Pacific Spirit Park.
March 28th, 2019 — A flower memorial for a man killed in an automobile accident at King Edward and Crown Street along with notices from the Vancouver Parks Board that informal memorials are not allowed in city parks and that if it’s not removed in 30 days the city will remove it and store the individual items for another 30 days before disposing of them.
December 1980 — Landing at Bella Bella on a West Coast Air Grumman Goose on my way to do a story about Christmas in Ocean Falls.
January 26th, 1980 — The crew of the Westcoast Cellufibre Sawmill on Ontario Street in Vancouver donated a days pay totalling $20,000 to the family of Tomishi Suto who was fatally burned while trying to rescue his wife and children from a fire that razed their home in New Westminster. A son and daughter also died in the fire. His wife and five other children survived. Suto was a boom man at the mill. The mill superintendent Jai Parmar is kneeling second from the right in the front row.
March 19th, 2019 — Jim Breukelman talking about his pictures at the opening of his show “Altered States” at the West Vancouver Art Museum. The show is part of the Capture Photography Festival and attracted a large first night crowd including Christos Dikeakos and Henri Robideau, below.
May 27th, 1989 — The legendary Dick Mann, one of the stars along with Steve McQueen in the original “On Any Sunday” movie watches some riders replace a wheel on a Husqvarna at the Washington Oldtimer Nationals in Horn Rapids, Washington. Gary Chase is on the right.
March 12th, 2019 — George Garrett telling stories at the launch of his book “Intrepid Reporter” at the Book Warehouse on Main Street and 25th.
March 10th, 2019 — The old Dream Carpets store in the 800 block of Terminal Avenue.
March 10th, 2019 — Homeless camped out on Main Street at Terminal Avenue.
March 8th, 2019 — Homeless camp at the north end of the Oak Street Bridge.