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    Groceries are delivered in Japanese camps, and Japanese kids show no reluctance in grabbing a ride on the delivery sleigh.

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    [1943/11-1943/12]
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    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219. File number: 1.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Groceries are delivered in Japanese camps, and Japanese kids show no reluctance in grabbing a ride on the delivery sleigh. Credit: Jack Long / National Film 
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    Japanese girls learn typing in their business course at the Greenwood school.

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    [1945/06/16-1945/06/28]
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    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Japanese girls learn typing in their business course at the Greenwood school. Credit: Jack Long / National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and 
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    Japanese fencing is a complicated art, requiring utmost skill, and energy.

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    [1943/11-1943/12]
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    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219. File number: 2.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Japanese fencing is a complicated art, requiring utmost skill, and energy. Credit: Jack Long / National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and Archives 
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  4. 4

    The Shinto (emperor worship cult) shrine in the woods near New Denver is surrounded by tall northern trees. About half of the Japanese popula...[View full title]tion in Canada is Christian. There is complete freedom of worship for all.

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    [1945/06/16-1945/06/28]
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    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    The Shinto (emperor worship cult) shrine in the woods near New Denver is surrounded by tall northern trees. About half of the Japanese population in Canada is 
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    Archives / Collections and Fonds
  5. 5

    Another hospital for Japanese, at Tashme, B.C.

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    [1943/11-1943/12]
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    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219. File number: 1.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Another hospital for Japanese, at Tashme, BC. Credit: Jack Long / National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and Archives Canada / e999900227-u; 
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  6. 6

    Japanese mother feeds her baby in her home at Lemon Creek.

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    [1945/06/16-1945/06/28]
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    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Japanese mother feeds her baby in her home at Lemon Creek. Credit: Jack Long / National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and Archives Canada 
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  7. 7

    The beach at Slocan City is a fine place for young Japanese evacuee children to swim, play and boat.

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    [1945/06/16-1945/06/28]
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    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    The beach at Slocan City is a fine place for young Japanese evacuee children to swim, play and boat. Credit: Jack Long / National Film Board of Canada
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  8. 8

    At Christina Lake, B.C., this one-time resort houses a self-supporting group of Japanese evacuees. Many were prosperous Vancouver merchants.

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    [1945/06/16-1945/06/28]
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    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    At Christina Lake, BC, this one-time resort houses a self-supporting group of Japanese evacuees. Many were prosperous Vancouver merchants. Credit: Jack  
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  9. 9

    Camp hospital under contruction at New Denver, B.C.

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    Date:
    [1943/11-1943/12]
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    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219. File number: 1.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Camp hospital under contruction at New Denver, BC. Credit: Jack Long / National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and Archives Canada 
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  10. 10

    At Picture Butte in southern Alberta, Japanese children attend the same local schools as other children, both public and high, sharing in all classroom activities.

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    Date:
    [1945/06/16-1945/06/28]
    Reference:
    RG25, R219. Volume/box number: 29219.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    At Picture Butte in southern Alberta, Japanese children attend the same local schools as other children, both public and high, sharing in all classroom activities
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    Archives / Collections and Fonds

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