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13 results for "Industry, Western"

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Wires to Wheels: Electric Vehicles in Canada and Beyond

Canadian Automotive Museum 2022
A man with a fire hose.
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Port Coquitlam’s F‑Words: Flu, Fire, Flood and Financial Fears

PoCo Heritage Museum and Archives 2022
A black and white photograph of ten tutu-costumed skaters in various poses. The group is in an indoor ice rink.
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Boots & Blades: The Story of Canadian Figure Skating

Bata Shoe Museum 2022
Black and white photograph. Archie, at right, sits on a bench with a much younger man. Both are in uniform and are smiling.
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From Vimy to Juno: Canadians Through Two World Wars

Juno Beach Centre Association 2021
A black and white photograph of women skipping with a jump rope in a field.
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Women of the Sooke Region: From Pioneers to the Modern Wonder Woman

Sooke Region Museum and Visitor Centre 2021
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A Glimpse of the Guard: The Stories Behind the Calgary Fire Department Honour Guard

Firefighters Museum of Calgary 2019
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Advance with Courage: Lord and Lady Aberdeen in the Okanagan Valley

Central Okanagan Heritage Society 2019
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From Tides to Tins: Salmon Canning in B.C.

Gulf of Georgia Cannery Society 2019
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Knee High by the First of July: Celebrating the Legacy of Corn in the District of Kent, British Columbia

The Agassiz-Harrison Historical Society 2019
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Chilliwack’s Chinatowns: A Story of Diversity, Racism, and Arson

Chilliwack Museum and Archives 2019