"Tears Are Not Enough" was a song written and performed by a group of Canadian artists in 1985 to raise relief funds for the famine in Ethiopia. This documentary explored the song's creation and recording, and aired on CBC televisio...
Opening ceremonies for the B.C. Place stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia, which was the largest air-supported domed stadium until May 2010 when it was deflated to be replaced by a retractable roof.
Medal ceremony showing RCMP officers, close-up of medals, downtown Calgary, the torch relay, winners for the 20km Biathalon from East Germany, Italy, Canada, Norway, Sweden, Soviet Union (Ukraine), Switzerland.
A 90 minute feature film documentary about the discover of lost art treasures for the NBC network in conjunction with Phil Stein/ Belafonte Productions. Filmed on location in Czechoslovakia, West Germany and Austria.
File contains both a package outlining mission statement, board of directors, board of advisors and expert panel for the charitable corporation Friday's Child, as well as, a company profile by Medocino Communications, Inc.
File contains handwritten notes on Canadian children living in poverty, pages photocopied from Introduction in The Canadian Fact Book on Poverty (1989) and facsimile cover sheet to YMCA of the USA from the charitable corporation Friday's Child.
File contains correspondence and drafts between Bette Laderoute and Chet Watson as she compiled and wrote a Program overview for the charitable organization Friday's Child for presentation to the Board of Directors.
File contains one newspaper clipping (n.d) and obituary Dorothea Mascioli includes obituary (1991) and music written by Dorothea Mascioli. Her obituary states that "she was a major influence on the Timmins [Ontario] music scene."
File contains two videocassette tapes and three textual documents under the "Realizing America's Hope Initiative To Help America Respond To The Challenges Facing Its Youth". The first videocassette includes two titles "All Our ...