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Remembrance Day Newspapers & Press Releases
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Newspaper articles and press releases written by Brian Buchholz regarding Whistler's Remembrance Day services.
001: "Lest We Forget: 11.11.11" newspaper article by Robyn Cubie found in the November 10, 2000 issue of Pique Newsmagazine. The article speaks about the origin of the name 'Mons' in Whistler, the origin of the names 'Birken' and 'Birkenhead', quotes from Brian Buchholz about Whistler's Remembrance Day ceremonies, and the background of retired air serviceman Brian Titterton of Whistler.
002: "'Veterans Highway' idea backed" newspaper article by Jennifer Miller found in the November 15, 2007 issue of the Whistler Question. The article speaks about the support several Sea to Sky veterans gave to the idea of turning the Sea to Sky Highway into the Sea to Sky Veterans Memorial Highway. Brian Buchholz gives his support also, although West Vancouver-Garibaldi MLA Joan McIntyre admits it would be a difficult project to complete due to the commitment to the Cultural Journey Sea to Sky project that was agreed to in partnership with the Squamish Nation and Lil'wat Nation.
003: "Whistler to honour fallen heroes at local cenotaph" newspaper article by David Burke found in the November 6, 2003 issue of the Whistler Question. The article speaks about the Remembrance Day ceremony which would occur in Whistler that year. There is also a Remembrance Day poppy next to MLA Ted Nebbeling's photo, as well as the poem "In Flanders Fields".
004: "Whistler Remembrance Week" photographs in the newspaper Snapd Whistler from the December 2013 issue. The photographs document the Remembrance Day ceremonies in Whistler.
005: Press Release: "Royal Canadian Legion 'Poppy Campaign' helps us to remember while helping veterans" - November 1, 2002
006: Press Release: "Remembrance Day 2002 takes on added significance as Canadian Forces remain 'in harm's way'" - November 1, 2002
007: Press Release: "Candlelight Service added to Veteran's [sic] Week Tribute" - October 25, 2001
008: Press Release: "Poppies and Whistler Library help Whistler to remember veterans' sacrifice" - October 31, 2001
009: Press Release: "Whistler to honour Canada's fallen war heros [sic] at Remembrance Day Service" - October 25, 2001
010: Copy of Whistler Question article: "Children's poems and music highlight Candlelight Tribute" by Brian Buccholz - [2000s?]
011: Copy of newspaper article: "This November 11th - Pause and remember" - November 2010
012: Press Release: "Whistler Remembrance Day Ceremonies to reflect on war, peace, and service" - November 1, 2003
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Donated by Brian Buchholz, November 11, 2020.
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Accession number, 001-012
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- Buchholz, Brian (Subject)
- Titterton, Brian (Subject)
- Cubie, Robyn (Subject)
- Miller, Jennifer (Subject)
- Squamish Nation (Subject)
- Province of British Columbia (Subject)
- MacDonald, Jim (Subject)
- Lil'wat Nation (Subject)
- Kingsmill, Tony (Subject)
- McIntyre, Joan (Subject)
- Nebbeling, Ted (Subject)
- Milner, Ali (Subject)
- Whistler Singers (Subject)
- Whistler Children's Choir (Subject)
- Girl Guides of Whistler (Subject)
- Davidson, Marc (Subject)
- Hunter, Alison (Subject)
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RAD, July 2008 version. Canadian Council of Archives.
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Catalogued December 2020.