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MacVicar, Kenneth

  • Pessoa
  • June 2, 1923 – October 22, 2010

MacVICAR, Kenneth John Born 1923 in Edmonton. Died October 22nd, 2010 at St. Paul's Hospital. Survived by his wife Doreen, sons Peter (Irina), Douglas (Lorraine), granddaughters Stevie and Terri, sister Eileen, nieces Susan (Simon), Elizabeth (Andre), and 5 grandnephews, many friends and acquaintances. Great appreciation for the care he received at St. Paul's Hospital

1944/1945 Kwanika Creek, Omineca Mining Division, for placer-mining
purposes, to Kenneth MacVicar

Tapley, Doreen

  • Pessoa
  • October 26, 1926 - March 21, 2018

Doreen MacVicar (nee Tapley) is.
Born October 1926 in Vancouver. Raised at Alta Lake. Passed away peacefully March 21, 2018 at Northcrest Care Centre. Predeceased by husband Kenneth. Survived by sons Peter (Irina), Douglas (Lorraine), granddaughters Stevie and Terri (Marcel). Sister-in-law Eileen, nieces Susan (Simon), Elizabeth (Andre), 5 grandnephews, many friends and acquaintances. Great appreciation for the care mom received at Surrey Memorial Hospital and Northcrest Care Centre.

Married Kenneth MacVicar and had three sons

MacRae, Duncan

  • CA-BC-MD011
  • Pessoa
  • fl. 1990s-

Macquarie Capital Markets Canada Ltd.

  • CA-ON-MAC-002
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1972-

Macquarie Capital Markets Canada Ltd. is an investment bank based in Toronto, ON; it was founded in 1972.

Macpherson, Stuart

  • CA-BC-MS010
  • Pessoa
  • fl. 1990s-

Stuart Macpherson is an environmental services professional and consultant based in Victoria, BC. He has owned and been a senior consultant for MacFor Consultants Inc., an environmental consulting firm, since 1992. He is also the executive director of the Private Managed Forest Land Council.

MacPherson, Heidi

  • CA-BC-MH002
  • Pessoa
  • fl. 1990s-

Heidi MacPherson is a landscape architect and yoga instructor based in Tofino, BC. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in music and art history, as well as a degree in landscape architecture. She lived and worked in Whistler as a landscape architect for 25 years, meanwhile raising two sons, before semi-retiring in Tofino with her husband in June 2013. In the early 1990s, she authored and participated in planning the first Parks and Recreation Master Plan for the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW), entitled, “Park Visions”. It laid out the Whistler trail network, the park and open space plan, heritage plan, cultural plan, and gave suggestions towards recreation programming. After moving to Tofino, the Wickaninnish Inn commissioned Heidi as a landscape architect to design the entry portal that welcomes each guest onto the property. In addition, Heidi is a yoga instructor twice a week at Ancient Cedars Spa and often at Coastal Bliss in Tofino. She is also a piano teacher who had over three hundred students in Whistler through the years - many who have gone onto successful music careers. Heidi continues to play and teach music in Tofino. More recently, Heidi started apprenticing with local Tofino hand-blown glass artist, Sol Maya. One of the first shapes Heidi created was a glass heart that evolved into a higher purpose. Her glassblowing skill has come to benefit her “passion project” of supporting the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation (Kelty Patrick Dennehy was a student in Whistler who took his own life). All the proceeds from the glass hearts that Heidi makes are donated to this foundation.

MacPherson, Glen

  • CA-BC-MG003
  • Pessoa
  • fl. 1960s-

MacPherson, Gene

  • CA-BC-MG002
  • Pessoa
  • fl. 1950s-

MacPherson, Bob

  • CA-NS-MB001
  • Pessoa
  • fl. 1990s-

Bob MacPherson is a former manager of community life and chief administrative officer (CAO) for the Resort Municipality of Whistler and the District of Tofino. Originally from Dartmouth, NS, he moved to Vancouver to study at the University of British Columbia (UBC). He began working for the RMOW in Whistler in 1992. After serving for many years as the RMOW manager of community life, he took over as CAO of the RMOW after Bill Barratt left the position in 2011. He then moved to Tofino, BC, in June 2013, where he served as the CAO for the District of Tofino. He retired in March 2022 and pursued his hobby of woodworking.

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