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September 1980
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
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Box 3790 Smithers. B C . Canada V0J 2N0 Newsstand price 50₵ News of the Professional Guides Volume 13, Number 4 — September 1980 Western Guidelines — September 1980 — Page 2 9 REASONS WHY MERCURY CAN BE YOUR BEST INVESTMENT IN A SMALL FISHING OUTBOARD 1. Fast, Sure Starts
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Interior News fonds
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Item
GMD
textual record
Creator
Western Guides Outfitters Association
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.22
Date Range
September 1980
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Interior News
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December 1980
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
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Letters to the editor, 15th annual Western Guides and Outfitters Association conference, editorial, membership directory, Vancouver Island wolves, cariboo tagging, requesting maps by phone, association applies for TIDSA funds, personalities, Smithers forestry building, Stikine River lecture ("Shoul…
{add= P. O . B o x 3 7 9 0 . S m ith e rs . B C . C anada V 0 J 2 N 0 Newsstand price 50₵ News of the Professional Guides Volume 13, Number 5 December 1980 May the trail o f ’81 be filled with happiness and success Western Guidelines — December 1980 — Page 2 letters spatsizi
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Interior News fonds
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Item
GMD
textual record
Creator
Western Guides Outfitters Association
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.23
Date Range
December 1980
Scope and Content
Letters to the editor, 15th annual Western Guides and Outfitters Association conference, editorial, membership directory, Vancouver Island wolves, cariboo tagging, requesting maps by phone, association applies for TIDSA funds, personalities, Smithers forestry building, Stikine River lecture ("Should it be damned?"), game meat, members' rights and duties, economic importance of wildlife, mining and habitat protection, range management in the East Kootenays, guide-outfitters' directory.
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Interior News
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February 1981
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
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Moose endangerment, letters to the editor, wildlife committee reformation, 1980 trophy competitions, wolf study final draft, Leo Rutledge "Splittin' up the empire", regional moose migration study, ATV act amendment, government aides travel industry, provincial black bear management, Quesnel Guides …
to work with in its logging programmes in the Nadina. Western Guidelines — February 1981 — Page 2 letters provincial forests and land management All Members and Alternates: Attached, for your information, are copies of two letters which have been sent to Victoria by the FLULC co-chairman
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Interior News fonds
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Item
GMD
textual record
Creator
Western Guides Outfitters Association
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.24
Date Range
February 1981
Scope and Content
Moose endangerment, letters to the editor, wildlife committee reformation, 1980 trophy competitions, wolf study final draft, Leo Rutledge "Splittin' up the empire", regional moose migration study, ATV act amendment, government aides travel industry, provincial black bear management, Quesnel Guides & Outfitters Association annual meeting, Burns Lake Guides Association, Big Sisters, Northern B.C. and Cariboo-Chilcotin guides elect presidents, upswing in provincial park attendance, guide-outfitter directory.
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September 1981
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
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Environment Management Act, letter to the editor, Greenpeace campaign against hunting, field aids for moose identification, guide school, Gladys Lake ecological reserve boundary revision, Cranbrook conference, legislative debate, guide-outfitters' directory.
. Story and pictures on pages 8 and 9. Newsstand price 50₵ P O Box 3790. Smithers. B C . Canada V0J 2N0 News of the Professional Guides Volume 14, Number 4 September 1981 2 Western Guidelines - September 1981 environment management act Environment Minister Stephen Ro­ gers presented
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
textual record
Creator
Western Guides & Outfitters Association
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.27
Date Range
September 1981
Scope and Content
Environment Management Act, letter to the editor, Greenpeace campaign against hunting, field aids for moose identification, guide school, Gladys Lake ecological reserve boundary revision, Cranbrook conference, legislative debate, guide-outfitters' directory.
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Interior News
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October 1981
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
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Greenpeace in Spatsizi controversy, sheep horn tagging, communal winter pasture, possible powerboat ban in Spatsizi, Habitat Conservation Fund, Little Sisters wilderness experience, letters to the editor, in memoriam, "The guide-outfitters' lament", rafting regulations, Cranbook conference, guide-o…
Volume 14— No. 5 - October, 1981 WESTERN 2 Western Guidelines — October 1981 sheep horn tagging the objection bureaucratic boondoggle Dear Sir: Re: Permanent marking of mountain sheep horns Cranbrook Sub-Regional Office re­ ceived August 31, 1981, a supply of serially-numbered tags (0281
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
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Western Guides & Outfitters Association
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.28
Date Range
October 1981
Scope and Content
Greenpeace in Spatsizi controversy, sheep horn tagging, communal winter pasture, possible powerboat ban in Spatsizi, Habitat Conservation Fund, Little Sisters wilderness experience, letters to the editor, in memoriam, "The guide-outfitters' lament", rafting regulations, Cranbook conference, guide-outfitters' directory.
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Interior News
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February 1982
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
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to maintain a Continued page 5 News of the Professional Guides Volume 15 — No. 1 February 1982 P O Box 3790. Smithers. B C . Canada VOJ 2N0 2 Western Guidelines — February 1982 letters big and little sisters' trip An open letter to Western Guides and Outfitters Dear Sir: There are many ways
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
textual record
Creator
Western Guides & Outfitters Association
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.29
Date Range
February 1982
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Interior News
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February 1982
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to insist he would return to Spatsizi next year. At this, Moore warned, “I’m going to be a pain in the ass to you for the rest of your life.” Exactly. That precisely describes how most citizens feel about Greenpeace. (Reprinted from The Vancouver Sun, Monday, November 16,1981) WESTERN GUIDELINES
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
textual record
Creator
Western Guides & Outfitters Association
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.30
Date Range
February 1982
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Interior News
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May 1982
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for the 1982 Conference. N e w s o f th e P ro fe s s io n a l G u id e s P 0 Box 3790. Smithers. B C . Canada VOJ 2N0 Volume 15 — No. 2 May 1982 2 Western Guidelines — May 1982 guidelines Civilization the main predator of animal species by EARL BAITY Backwoods Philosopher (Who depletes
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
textual record
Creator
Western Guides & Outfitters Association
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.31
Date Range
May 1982
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Interior News
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July 1982
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
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1982 Don Caldwell 2 Western Guidelines — July 1982 g u id e lin e s Wildlife Act Guide-outfitter licensing Non residents and big game 48. A person commits an offence where he hunts big game unless he is (a) a resident, or (b) accompanied by (i) a guide licensed under this Act, or (ii) a person
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
textual record
Creator
Western Guides & Outfitters Association
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.32
Date Range
July 1982
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Interior News
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June 1981
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P O Box 3790. Smithers. B.C.. Canada V0J 2N0 Newsstand price 50c Western Guidelines— June 1981— Page 2 a thank you Dear Bob: This letter is written to inform you that I have tendered my resignation as the Managing Director of the Peace River-Alaska Highway Tourist Associ- tion. The South
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
textual record
Creator
Western Guides & Outfitters Association
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.26
Date Range
June 1981
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Interior News
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April 1981
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
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"A tool of the manager", letters to the editor, editorial, southern guides seek limits on elk-calf permits, collared caribou, ecological reserves programme outline, Tahltans seek wild river status for Stikine River basin, Ontario moose controls, foul batch of tranquilizer suspected, species plans, …
well received in this province by all interested groups.Dr. Tony Bubenik P O Box 3 7 9 0 . Smithers. B. C. Canada VOJ 2 NO Newsstand price 50₵ The hunter Volume 15, Number 6 — April, 1981 Dr. Bubenik proposes Western Guidelines — April, 1981 — Page 2 letters sage creek Hon. Jim Chabot
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
textual record
Creator
Western Guides Outfitters Association
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.25
Date Range
April 1981
Scope and Content
"A tool of the manager", letters to the editor, editorial, southern guides seek limits on elk-calf permits, collared caribou, ecological reserves programme outline, Tahltans seek wild river status for Stikine River basin, Ontario moose controls, foul batch of tranquilizer suspected, species plans, access plan priorities, guide-outfitters' directory.
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Interior News
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September 1980
Collection
Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
Scope and Content
September 1980 edition of the Western Guidelines. Topics include: guides' school, letters to the editor, economic impact study, B.C. Wildlife Review, hunting regulations for vehicles, Little Sisters, guides' school quiz, Foundation for North American Wild Sheep research grant, injuries, and issues …
e r n Newsstand price 50c Guidelines News of the Professional Guides Volume 13, Number 4 — September 1980 P O Box 3790. Smithers. B C . Canada VOJ 2N0 Western Guidelines — September 1980 — Page 2 J 9 REASONS WHY MERCURY YOUR BEST INVESTMENT IN FISHING OUTBOARD 1. Fast, Sure Starts
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Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia fonds
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Item
GMD
textual record
Creator
Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia
Fonds No.
AF16
Accession No.
2020.6.22
Scan Resolution
300 dpi
Date Range
September 1980
History / Biographical
The Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia, formerly the Western Guides and Outfitters Association, is a voluntary non-profit association representing the province's guide-outfitting industry. It was founded at Williams Lake in 1966 by John Holmes of Prince George, and moved its business office from Prince George to Smithers in 1979 (it is now in Surrey). Its name was changed in 1982. The Association published a bi-monthly newspaper, the Western Guidelines, as of the early 1980s.
Custodial History
2020.6 items were donated to the museum by Grant Harris of the Interior News in 2007 and stored with other newspapers in the Old Works Yard storage shed until April 2020, when they were removed and formally accessioned.
Scope and Content
September 1980 edition of the Western Guidelines. Topics include: guides' school, letters to the editor, economic impact study, B.C. Wildlife Review, hunting regulations for vehicles, Little Sisters, guides' school quiz, Foundation for North American Wild Sheep research grant, injuries, and issues with renewable energy.
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October 1981
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Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia fonds
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GMD
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October 1981 edition of the Western Guidelines. Topics include: incident between Austrian tourists and Greenpeace, letters to the editor, horse wintering ground, powerboat ban, conservation fund, Little Sisters, in memoriam, poetry, rafting regulations, moose calling contest, conference pictures, c…
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Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
Creator
Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia
Fonds No.
AF16
Accession No.
2020.6.28
Scan Resolution
300dpi
Date Range
October 1981
History / Biographical
The Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia, formerly the Western Guides and Outfitters Association, is a voluntary non-profit association representing the province's guide-outfitting industry. It was founded at Williams Lake in 1966 by John Holmes of Prince George, and moved its business office from Prince George to Smithers in 1979 (it is now in Surrey). Its name was changed in 1982. The Association published a bi-monthly newspaper, the Western Guidelines, as of the early 1980s.
Custodial History
2020.6 items were donated to the museum by Grant Harris of the Interior News in 2007 and stored with other newspapers in the Old Works Yard storage shed until April 2020, when they were removed and formally accessioned.
Scope and Content
October 1981 edition of the Western Guidelines. Topics include: incident between Austrian tourists and Greenpeace, letters to the editor, horse wintering ground, powerboat ban, conservation fund, Little Sisters, in memoriam, poetry, rafting regulations, moose calling contest, conference pictures, convention address.
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Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia fonds

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Date Range
1980-1982
Collection
Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
Scope and Content
Fonds contains 11 editions of the Western Guidelines from September 1980 to July 1982. These were published as Interior News supplements.
and Fishing Guide program. As of the early 1980s, the Association published a bi-monthly newspaper, the Western Guidelines, which kept readers informed on activities in guiding, outfitting, conservation, integrated resource use, and wildlife laws and regulations. It was edited and published by guide
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Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
Creator
Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia
Fonds No.
AF16
Accession No.
2020.6
Physical Description
1.3 cm of textual records
Date Range
1980-1982
History / Biographical
The Guide-Outfitters Association of British Columbia, formerly the Western Guides and Outfitters Association, is a voluntary non-profit association representing the province's guide-outfitting industry. It was founded at Williams Lake in 1966 by John Holmes of Prince George, and moved its business office from Prince George to Smithers in 1979 (it is now in Surrey). Its name was changed in 1982. The Association published a bi-monthly newspaper, the Western Guidelines, as of the early 1980s.
Custodial History
2020.6 items were donated to the museum by Grant Harris of the Interior News in 2007 and stored with other newspapers in the Old Works Yard storage shed until April 2020, when they were removed and formally accessioned.
Scope and Content
Fonds contains 11 editions of the Western Guidelines from September 1980 to July 1982. These were published as Interior News supplements.
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1981-2006
Collection
Interior News fonds
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Series
GMD
textual record
Scope and Content
Subseries contains general supplements to the Interior News, dating from July 1981 to August 2006. Topics include: Smithers anniversaries and retrospectives (1981, 1990, 1996, 2006), winter (1982, 1989), home and garden (1982), summer / tourism (1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1998, 2000)…
Collection
Interior News fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
Creator
Interior News
Fonds No.
BF5
Series No.
S2 SS1
Accession No.
2017.136
2020.34
2020.6.51-.80
Physical Description
4.5 cm of textual records
Date Range
1981-2006
History / Biographical
Items were published as supplements to the Interior News between 1981 and 2006.
Scope and Content
Subseries contains general supplements to the Interior News, dating from July 1981 to August 2006. Topics include: Smithers anniversaries and retrospectives (1981, 1990, 1996, 2006), winter (1982, 1989), home and garden (1982), summer / tourism (1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1998, 2000), rodeo (1985, 1990), Northcountry Insurance Christmas carols (1985, 1986, 1987, 1989), scout / guide week (1987, 1988, 1990), 4H (1987), Smithers Curling Club 60th anniversary (1988), National Forest Week (1989, 1990, 2005), Pleasant Valley Days (1989), Skeena pulp mill (1989), mining (1990), and environmentalism (1990). See file list for a detailed list of supplements.
Arrangement
Items have been arranged chronologically.
Subject Access
Interior News
Geographic Access
Bulkley Valley
Smithers, B.C.
Notes
Some Interior News supplements from 2020.6 were removed and put into other fonds due to having stronger links with these organizations. These supplements can be found in fonds AF1 (Fall Fair supplements), AF16 (Western Guidelines newspapers), AF17 (Smithers Kinsmen Club Rodeo supplements), AF18 (Kispiox Valley Rodeo supplements), BF8 (Ski Smithers supplements), and GF3 (Quarterly ’54 newspaper).
Type of Record
Archival Description
Date Range
1910-2011
Collection
Interior News fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
Scope and Content
Records in the fonds reflect the functions of the Interior News, which included printing for other businesses, as well as publishing a weekly paper. Records include promotional materials, cheques, supplements, advertisements, sample circular letterheads, microfilm reels containing the paper’s entir…
with these organizations. These supplements can be found in fonds AF1 (Fall Fair supplements), AF16 (Western Guidelines newspapers), AF17 (Smithers Kinsmen Club Rodeo supplements), AF18 (Kispiox Valley Rodeo supplements), BF8 (Ski Smithers supplements), and GF3 (Quarterly ’54 newspaper). Conservation All
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Interior News fonds
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Fonds
GMD
textual record
Creator
Interior News
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
1981.53
1982.34
2017.130
2017.136
2018.2
2020.34
2020.6
Physical Description
9 cm of textual records; 82 microfilm reels; 1000+ PDF files
Date Range
1910-2011
History / Biographical
Although it was initially established in 1907 as the newspaper for the nearby community of Aldermere, the Interior News transferred to Smithers in 1915 with Joseph Coyle as the editor. He remained editor until 1918 when the newspaper was sold to Lawrence Beverly (L. B.) Warner (nee Nyland), who published the paper out of his house in Smithers with the help of his wife, Margaret “Peg” Warner. In its initial years, the paper was hand set, five pages long, and cost ten cents. After Warner’s death on February 25, 1940, his wife, Margaret, and son, Kenneth (Ken) Warner, continued to publish the paper. Ken Warner sold the paper to Bill Yorke-Hardy, Keith Marshall, and Gary White, of North Central Press. In 1981, North Central Press sold The Interior News to Black Press, which still owns the paper to this day. For more detailed information, see Finding Aid.
Custodial History
It is unknown when and how exactly the 1910-2007 Interior News microfilm reels, which make up the bulk of this fonds, were donated. They were most likely microfilmed by the BC Archives. They were never given accession numbers. The 2007-2011 Interior News pdfs were donated to the Museum by the Interior News in July 2019. They were also never given accession numbers. Items from 1981.53 were donated to the archives by an unknown donor on August 19, 1981. They were originally processed by J.J. Horne in 1992. Items from 1982.34 were donated by Mary Wood in 1982. Items from 2020.6 were donated to the museum in 2007 by the Interior News and stored in the Old Works Yard building until being removed and processed in April 2020. On May 5th 2020 an accession form for them was signed by Grant Harris of the Interior News. Items from 2020.34 had previously been in the museum’s reference files, but were accessioned and added to fonds in August 2020.
Scope and Content
Records in the fonds reflect the functions of the Interior News, which included printing for other businesses, as well as publishing a weekly paper. Records include promotional materials, cheques, supplements, advertisements, sample circular letterheads, microfilm reels containing the paper’s entire run from 1910 to 2007, and pdf files of the paper’s run from 2007 to 2011.
Arrangement
Fonds is arranged into three series. S1 contains the full run of the Interior News from 1910 to 2011, stored as microfilm and PDF files. S2 contains physical copies of supplements which were published alongside the Interior News. S3 contains ephemera produced by the Interior News, such as letterhead and cheques.
Subject Access
Interior News
Geographic Access
Bulkley Valley
Smithers, B.C.
Notes
All papers from 1910 to 2007 (minus most supplements) are available on Newspapers.com.
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Houston "Pleasant Valley Days" Supplement

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Date Range
May 7-10, 1989
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Interior News fonds
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GMD
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. Branch regular: Fourth M onday. L.A. regu lar: Third M onday. Hours: Monday to Thursday 3p.m.-2a.m. Open Sundays 1p.m.-7p.m. Butler Avenue 8 4 5 -7 7 8 9 845-340C ’ H OU STO N REC. C EN TE R 2350 BU TLER A V E N U E , H O U STO N , B .u . I D Y L W I L D M O T O R I N N CHINESE & WESTERN
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Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.68
Date Range
May 7-10, 1989
History / Biographical
Printed in the Skeena Marketplace, Omineca Express, Caledonia Courier, Houston Today, and Interior News.
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Interior News
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May 1990
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establish in­ tegrated resource m a n a g e m e n t guidelines for areas where resource use development is pro­ posed and more in­ tensive planning seen as necessary. define public involvement at this level. District forest resource management planning, such as is presently underway
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Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
1990.6.76
Date Range
May 1990
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Interior News
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Telkwa Foundation Newsletter Vol. 5 No. 1

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Date Range
June 1982
Collection
Telkwa Foundation Fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
Scope and Content
Item is Vol. 5 No. 1 of the Telkwa Foundation Newsletter. It is a Northwest Study Conference special and has the headline "Development: On Whose Terms?" The newsletter discusses topics such as pollution, environmental degradation, and Indigenous land rights in Northwestern British Columbia.
was established; and the missionaries arrived. By 1900 almost every tribe had been converted; the C arriers to Roman Catholicism and the more western tribes to Protestantism. The Department of Indian Affairs was well on its way to establishing reserves and resticting native access to other land in order
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Telkwa Foundation Fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
Creator
Telkwa Foundation
Fonds No.
AF19
Series No.
S4
Accession No.
2020.6.42
Physical Description
0.1 cm of textual material
Scan Resolution
300 dpi
Date Range
June 1982
History / Biographical
The Telkwa Foundation was an environmental and social justice organization active in the Bulkley Valley from 1976 to about 1987. They published the Telkwa Foundation Newsletter for several years.
Custodial History
Item was stored with other documents in bound binders in the Old Works Yard building until April 2020.
Scope and Content
Item is Vol. 5 No. 1 of the Telkwa Foundation Newsletter. It is a Northwest Study Conference special and has the headline "Development: On Whose Terms?" The newsletter discusses topics such as pollution, environmental degradation, and Indigenous land rights in Northwestern British Columbia.
Geographic Access
Telkwa, B.C.
Notes
'May 12' is written at the top of the document, possibly indicating the date it was printed.
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Interior News 59th Annual Fall Fair Supplement

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Date Range
August 16, 1989
Collection
Interior News fonds
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Item
GMD
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, the census data shows a vari­ ety of other languages are spoken by small number so of area residents. These mother tongues in­ clude French, German, Chinese, Polish, Italian, Portuguese, Ukrainian and Greek. Serving Smithers 847-2155 Serving the Hazeltons 842-5274 Western Canada’s Largest
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Interior News fonds
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Item
GMD
textual record
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
2020.6.110
Date Range
August 16, 1989
History / Biographical
Printed in the Interior News, Houston Today, Lakes District News.
Subject Access
Bulkley Valley Exhibition
Interior News
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