Eye Witness No. 30

Eye Witness No. 30

| 11 min
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These vignettes from 1951 covered various aspects of life in Canada and were shown in theatres across the country. Subjects included here are British Columbia's Cariboo Trail, once the scene of a great gold rush and which still pays off for the placer miner and occasional prospector; Canada's new state residence at 24 Sussex Drive in Ottawa, a redesigned old stone mansion destined to become Canada's No. 10 Downing Street; a unique ceremony in remote Chesterfield Inlet as the first Inuit girl in history receives the veil of the Grey Nuns; Great Lakes conservationists outsmart the eel-like bloodsucker that preys on fish; and the new blue model uniforms designed for the Women's Division of the Air Force.

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Credits
  • producer
    Gordon Burwash
  • executive producer
    Sydney Newman
  • photography
    Julien St-Georges
    Lorne C. Batchelor
    Jean Roy
    Hector Lemieux