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181. Bell Island Transmitter Project. Tape 15 Bell Island Transmitter Project. Tape 15 Students Competing in a Speak-off. Yes

182. Bell Island Transmitter Project. Tape 16 Bell Island Transmitter Project. Tape 16 A look at the activities arranged by the Kinsmen Organization on Bell Island. Yes

183. Bell Island Transmitter Project. Tape 17 Bell Island Transmitter Project. Tape 17 Bell Island Transmitter Project Tape 17 -- Youth Ministry Organization & Roman Catholic service at Logwood Park Tape 17. Yes

184. Ben Dalton - An Exceptional Counsellor Ben Dalton - An Exceptional Counsellor Yes

185. Ben Dalton: An Exceptional Counsellor Ben Dalton: An Exceptional Counsellor Ed 3620 -- Tape 10of 10 Yes

186. Bennett family - Trepassey Bennett family - Trepassey The Bennett family talks about moving to Trepassey from Bar Haven and the economic and social conditions of both locations. Trepassey (N.L.)--Economic conditions; Trepassey (N.L.)--Social conditions; Bar Haven (N.L.)--Economic conditions; Bar Haven (N.L.)--Social conditions; Bennett family Yes

187. Best before or durable life date Best before or durable life date Explains where and how the 'best before' date displays on food products; what the date really indicates (a guarantee of quality); what products require such a date (those with a shelf-life of less than 90 days); and who determines standards of perishability (the manufacturer or packager). Food--Shelf-life dating--Canada; Food--Labeling--Canada; Perishable goods; Yes

188. Best Friends and Time Pulls the trigger Best Friends and Time Pulls the trigger Yes

189. Better than the best : Charlie Callanan talks with Walter Day, World War I veteran Better than the best : Charlie Callanan talks with Walter Day, World War I veteran Interview with Walter Day, World War I veteran, who talks about Newfoundland before and during the war. This videotape features extensive use of vintage (1912-1918) 16mm film. Mr. Day also recalls the Battle of Beaumont Hamel in which he took part at the age of 15 years. World War, 1914-1918--Newfoundland and Labrador--Personal narratives; World War, 1914-1918--Campaigns--France--Beaumont-Hamel; Newfoundland and Labrador--History--20th century Yes

190. Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 1 Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 1 Part one of a play portraying the impact of the decision of Fishery Products in 1983 to close its fish processing plant in Burin, Newfoundland. A struggle to reverse that decision ensued, an all-out attempt to preserve the livelihood of the community. The Burin Action Committee, at their meeting of August 12, 1983, passed a resolution to seek a group that would create a play, "about the struggle to save their fishery and the historic, social, cultural and economic realities of their town". (Theatre program) Directed by Charles Tomlinson; written and performed by Mary Abbott; Gerard Bailey; Frank Barry; Vicky Hammond; Glen Loder; Stephanie Squires; music: Ed Corcoran; Lighting: Flip Janes. Presented by the Resource Centre for the Arts, held at the LSPU Hall, St. John's, Newfoundland, in 1984 Plant shutdowns--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Unemployment--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Burin (N.L.)--Economic conditions--Drama; Fishery management--Citizen participation; Fishery Products International; Burin Action Committee (Burin, N.L.) Yes

191. Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 2 Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 2 Part two of a play portraying the impact of the decision of Fishery Products in 1983 to close its fish processing plant in Burin, Newfoundland. A struggle to reverse that decision ensued, an all-out attempt to preserve the livelihood of the community. The Burin Action Committee, at their meeting of August 12, 1983, passed a resolution to seek a group that would create a play, "about the struggle to save their fishery and the historic, social, cultural and economic realities of their town". (Theatre program) Directed by Charles Tomlinson; written and performed by Mary Abbott; Gerard Bailey; Frank Barry; Vicky Hammond; Glen Loder; Stephanie Squires; music: Ed Corcoran; Lighting: Flip Janes. Presented by the Resource Centre for the Arts, held at the LSPU Hall, St. John's, Newfoundland, in 1984 Plant shutdowns--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Unemployment--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Burin (N.L.)--Economic conditions--Drama; Fishery management--Citizen participation; Fishery Products International; Burin Action Committee (Burin, N.L.) Yes

192. Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 3 Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 3 Part three of a play portraying the impact of the decision of Fishery Products in 1983 to close its fish processing plant in Burin, Newfoundland. A struggle to reverse that decision ensued, an all-out attempt to preserve the livelihood of the community. The Burin Action Committee, at their meeting of August 12, 1983, passed a resolution to seek a group that would create a play, "about the struggle to save their fishery and the historic, social, cultural and economic realities of their town". (Theatre program) Directed by Charles Tomlinson; written and performed by Mary Abbott; Gerard Bailey; Frank Barry; Vicky Hammond; Glen Loder; Stephanie Squires; music: Ed Corcoran; Lighting: Flip Janes. Presented by the Resource Centre for the Arts, held at the LSPU Hall, St. John's, Newfoundland, in 1984 Plant shutdowns--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Unemployment--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Burin (N.L.)--Economic conditions--Drama; Fishery management--Citizen participation; Fishery Products International; Burin Action Committee (Burin, N.L.) Yes

193. Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 4 Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 4 Part four of a play portraying the impact of the decision of Fishery Products in 1983 to close its fish processing plant in Burin, Newfoundland. A struggle to reverse that decision ensued, an all-out attempt to preserve the livelihood of the community. The Burin Action Committee, at their meeting of August 12, 1983, passed a resolution to seek a group that would create a play, "about the struggle to save their fishery and the historic, social, cultural and economic realities of their town". (Theatre program) Directed by Charles Tomlinson; written and performed by Mary Abbott; Gerard Bailey; Frank Barry; Vicky Hammond; Glen Loder; Stephanie Squires; music: Ed Corcoran; Lighting: Flip Janes. Presented by the Resource Centre for the Arts, held at the LSPU Hall, St. John's, Newfoundland, in 1984 Plant shutdowns--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Unemployment--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Burin (N.L.)--Economic conditions--Drama; Fishery management--Citizen participation; Fishery Products International; Burin Action Committee (Burin, N.L.) Yes

194. Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 5 Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 5 Part five of a play portraying the impact of the decision of Fishery Products in 1983 to close its fish processing plant in Burin, Newfoundland. A struggle to reverse that decision ensued, an all-out attempt to preserve the livelihood of the community. The Burin Action Committee, at their meeting of August 12, 1983, passed a resolution to seek a group that would create a play, "about the struggle to save their fishery and the historic, social, cultural and economic realities of their town". (Theatre program) Directed by Charles Tomlinson; written and performed by Mary Abbott; Gerard Bailey; Frank Barry; Vicky Hammond; Glen Loder; Stephanie Squires; music: Ed Corcoran; Lighting: Flip Janes. Presented by the Resource Centre for the Arts, held at the LSPU Hall, St. John's, Newfoundland, in 1984 Plant shutdowns--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Unemployment--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Burin (N.L.)--Economic conditions--Drama; Fishery management--Citizen participation; Fishery Products International; Burin Action Committee (Burin, N.L.) Yes

195. Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 6 Between a Rock and a Hard Place : a play about Burin. Part 6 Part six of a play portraying the impact of the decision of Fishery Products in 1983 to close its fish processing plant in Burin, Newfoundland. A struggle to reverse that decision ensued, an all-out attempt to preserve the livelihood of the community. The Burin Action Committee, at their meeting of August 12, 1983, passed a resolution to seek a group that would create a play, "about the struggle to save their fishery and the historic, social, cultural and economic realities of their town". (Theatre program) Directed by Charles Tomlinson; written and performed by Mary Abbott; Gerard Bailey; Frank Barry; Vicky Hammond; Glen Loder; Stephanie Squires; music: Ed Corcoran; Lighting: Flip Janes. Presented by the Resource Centre for the Arts, held at the LSPU Hall, St. John's, Newfoundland, in 1984 Plant shutdowns--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Unemployment--Newfoundland and Labrador--Burin--Drama; Burin (N.L.)--Economic conditions--Drama; Fishery management--Citizen participation; Fishery Products International; Burin Action Committee (Burin, N.L.) Yes

196. Beyond the high wall Beyond the high wall Canada's Penitentiary System Yes

197. Beyond the high wall Beyond the high wall Canada's Penitentiary System Yes

198. Beyond the quick fix : short term projects, long term development Beyond the quick fix : short term projects, long term development A film about short term projects in Newfoundland and Labrador, specifically how to turn them into long term development solutions to the province's problems. Economic development projects--Newfoundland and Labrador Yes

199. Beyond the quick fix:Short-term projects, Long-term Developement Beyond the quick fix:Short-term projects, Long-term Developement #849 -- 120-4268 Yes

200. Bilingual education in Scotland Bilingual education in Scotland A small group of Inuit travel to Stornoway, Scotland to examine the pros and cons of bilingual education (Gaelic & English). Education, Bilingual--Scotland; Education, Bilingual--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador; Inuit--Newfoundland and Labrador--Labrador--Education Yes
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