Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Thank you Viewers!! Yes YOU! Thanks for reading my blog!

Just wanted to send out a super big THANK YOU!! to all my viewers. It's so nice to know people are reading my blog and that the issues I believe in are important are things that you believe are important too!


Anyways here are my stats from this month and this is why I am thrilled. Thank you again!
Big Hugs! And see you flowers below!! :D

Stats from my blog

Stats from my blog

Thanks for reading my blog!!

Thanks for reading my blog!!

Thanks for reading my blog!!

Thanks for reading my blog!!

Thanks for reading my blog!!

Blue Rodeo - "the Pipeline will SPILL IT'S DISEASE"


Singing the TRUTH about the "REFORM PARTY" and "Little KING Stevie!!"


Blue Rodeo- Stealing all my dreams

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Magnificent Nature!

Went for a lovely walk the other day! Took photos at a flower shop! So pretty! Such intense colours. 

Nature is so beautiful! Don't take it for granted!

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Made this little video after for a new grandma & my family & friends.

Diffuse the CARBON BOMBS!! Divest in Fossil Fuels!


The fight for Climate Justice is social, racial, gender and migrant justice. 
If we are going to change WE NEED EVERYONE!! is powered by hundreds of thousands of activists around the world dedicating their time and talents to solving the climate crisis. In other words, is you. The 350 movement is coordinated by a core team of staff distributed over fifteen countries: 

Off and On: The Climate Movement and the Road Through Paris


Australian Coal
Canadian Tar Sands
Chinese Coal Expansion
Arctic Oil
Indonesian Coal Mines
U.S. Public Lands
Caspian Gas Fields
Indian Coal Expansion
Brazilian Oil-Gas
German Coal Mines


What if confronting the climate crisis is the best chance we’ll ever get to build a better world?

This Changes Everything Capitalism Vs. The Climate

Published on Sep 23, 2015
One of Alberta’s biggest solar projects has been built in one of the most unlikely places—the heart of Canada’s Peace River oil sands. This summer the community of Little Buffalo launched the Piitapan Solar Project, a 20.8kW renewable energy installation that powers the health centre. The inspiring 80-panel solar project was developed in a bid to create more green jobs and reduce reliance on fossil fuels.

SOLAR IN THE TAR SANDS features Melina Laboucan-Massimo and community members of Lubicon Lake installing solar panels for their community health center. After decades of detrimental impacts from immense resource extraction and a recent massive oil spill in Lubicon territory, this community is showing the world and other First Nation communities that the shift to renewables is possible.


Vote for Harper and you GIVE UP your RIGHTS and MINE!

AS AN ARTIST- I ask you to consider wisely, thoughtfully and with full clean clear conscience, IF YOU VOTE FOR HARPER, you GIVE UP your RIGHTS and MINE!

From Macleans-

An open letter from Artists Against C-51

Is it promoting terrorism if we:
  • write a spy novel about an assassination plot?
  • record a song questioning our government’s agenda?
  • paint a mural about the conflict in Syria?
  • produce a documentary on security threats in Canada?
  • put on an art show critical of the oil sands?
  • make a film with an environmental theme?
Creativity, expression, opinion, and art are not the same as terrorist propaganda. Through its “chill” effect, C-51 undermines one of the chief freedoms of a democratic society: the right of every Canadian to free speech and free expression, including free artistic expression.

In addition, Bill C-51, because of the lack of oversight and accountability, is an invitation to intellectual property theft. All creative classes, including entrepreneurs and digital creators, are threatened by it. And every citizen is subject to blackmail, due to unlimited, unaccountable access to personal information.



Monday, September 28, 2015

Elizabeth May, Lisa Barrett & Adriane Carr- Green Party- Denman Office

We went down to the Denman office to see Elizabeth May tonight!

"The Green Party isn’t like any other political party. Our mission is to rescue grassroots democracy from the political spin that makes voters recoil. Our goal is to make sure the planet and our communities survive and thrive."


Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2015

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Political Choices

Political Choices can rebuild Canada back to what it once was. Make the right choice!


I just hope the Americans see the opportuinity they have and vote for Bernie. Elizabeth May speaks about similar ideas. Please share this video. Wouldn't that be wonderful is Elizabeth May was PM and Bernie was President!!

Friday, September 25, 2015


So I just watched a little music video that made me sad and truthfully it disturbed me. Whether or not the creators of the video actually meant it to be positive was hard to tell because it was all about hate.

Hate is powerful as we all know, sadly. But LOVE IS MORE POWERFUL!

During this election time, as the days are counting down it can get scary, we see and hear things and we are not sure what is happening.

People do get afraid, mad and words are said. Words are POWERFUL! Many of you have seen this video but it's message is simple.

So I thought about things for a bit and googled the word Fear Mongering and this is what I found.

As we go into the election we are going to hear crazy things that will try to pit us against one another.

Please I implore you to keep an open mind. KEEP LOVE IN YOUR HEART!!

Please vote but do not let fear created by the politically parties turn you against your neighbours. It is their agenda.

Read this.

Probably the best-known example in American politics, pre-9/11, is the Daisy television commercial, a famous campaign television advertisement beginning with a barefoot little girl standing in a meadow with chirping birds, picking the petals of a daisy while counting each petal slowly. When she reaches "9", an ominous-sounding male voice is then heard counting down a missile launch, and as the girl's eyes turn toward something she sees in the sky, the camera zooms in until her pupil fills the screen, blacking it out. When the countdown reaches zero, the blackness is replaced by the flash and mushroom cloud of a nuclear explosion.

As the firestorm rages, a voice-over from President Johnson states, "These are the stakes! To make a world in which all of God's children can live, or to go into the dark. We must either love each other, or we must die". Another voice-over then says, "Vote for President Johnson on November 3. The stakes are too high for you to stay home".[1]

Please, I implore you, do not fall into the hate and fear trap.

Vote because YOU CAN!! Vote for Change! Vote because you love your children, family and friends and this beautiful country we live in. Vote to for climate justice, social justice, gender justice and racial justice. We ARE ALL ONE!  We are all indigenous. WE MUST WORK TOWARDS LOVE and not hate. Hate is what people who are hurt and challenged want to feel so you will react and hurt others. Please do not go that path.

Choose Love! Vote for a party that is about love and fairness and cares about this planet and all the people and creatures that inhabit it. Chose Love because you want your children to follow your example and not fall into rage because someone is pushing you. Be strong. Look to leaders like Martin Luther King Jr, Ghandi and people who have peacefully brought change.

You can peacefully bring change too! Easily! With a vote.  My heart tells me to vote Green. You must vote who you think will achieve that, it is your conscience that you will have to live with after election day. Vote with your heart. But make an educated vote.

Choose Love!!

Do NOT mine your MOTHER!!


From the video
First Nations vow to protect lands and waters stating no consent means no pipelines.

Montreal — First Nations women and supporters sent a clear message to TransCanada this Wednesday evening that the Energy East pipeline is not welcome through First Nations lands.

“What we want TransCanada to understand is that no means no. This is Kanien’ke, this is Mohawk Land and we are tired of occupation, we are tired of environmental disaster.” said Lickers at Wednesday night’s hearing. “This is our land and we are going to protect it.”

Amanda Lickers and Vanessa Gray were 2 of several First Nations opponents to the Energy East present to express their outrage at the public hearings hosted by the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal.

The purpose of the hearings is to establish a community report to submit to Office of Public Hearings on the Environment (BAPE) and the National Energy Board (NEB).

“But the consultation process does not work”, states Lickers, whose family is from Six Nations of the Grand River, “the NEB hearings for Line 9 were clear as day - between technical and engineering data to basic violations of treaty and territory agreements, Enbridge should have been denied their application but instead they were rubber stamped.”

“TransCanada's Energy East pipeline threatens the chance of a sustainable future.” says Vanessa, co-founder of Aamjiwnaang and Sarnia Against Pipelines. “TransCanada has already proven to be a dangerous company for Indigenous peoples protecting their territory. Taking back our inherited right to live with the land means we must defend the land and water at any cost.”

After Lickers and Gray took the stage with a banner, the room erupted in chants from supporters, “No consent, no pipelines” and “No tar sands on stolen native lands” as dozens of supporters shut down the hearings in support of First Nations.

The process for public consultation excludes First Nations interests by relying on Crown policy for assessing environmental impacts. “Energy East itself actually violates the Haudenosaunee constitution - the Great Law of Peace - as it jeopardizes future generations access to clean, drinkable water, while expanding the environmental destruction of the tar sands at ground zero in Athabasca.”

But it isn’t just tar sands mining and pipeline transport that those opposing the pipeline development are concerned about. TransCanada requires super tanker transport and new marine terminals to be built for the Energy East, which puts the entire St. Lawrence waterway at risk of bitumen spills as well as threatening delicate Beluga habitat.

First Nations women and supporters sent a clear message to TransCanada

Thursday, September 24, 2015


Are YOU informed. PLEASE Take Action! Do Something!

Here's what I have done but I am working on more....

Keep the fossil fuels in the ground!! 
#NoTankers #NoPipelines #SaveOurCoast #NoLNGinBC

Ulali- Idle No More- Peoples Climate March- PARIS & BEYOND

What are you doing to Save Our Planet? 
Think how you can TAKE ACTION!

Ulali Project: Pura Fe', Jennifer Kreisberg, Charly Lowry, Layla Rose Locklear

From there website:
The Ulali Project made their debut in April 2014 at the River People Music Festival. Since then, the group has performed across the United States from New Mexico to the People’s Climate March in New York City. They perform familiar Ulali songs as well as new material, like the anthem, Idle No More.   The quartet is currently made up of Ulali founders, Pura Fe’ and Jennifer Kreisberg, and new additions, Charly Lowry and Layla Locklear.
For booking information, contact 

Ulali Project & Kontiwennenhawi Collaboration
Ulali is a Native American women's a cappella group. Founded in 1987, it includes Pura Fé (Tuscarora), Soni (Mayan, Apache, Yaqui), and Jennifer Kreisberg (Tuscarora).
Ulali's sound encompasses an array of indigenous music including Southeast United States choral singing (pre-blues and gospel) and pre-Columbian music. Ulali's live performances address Native struggles and accomplishments.

"Idle No More calls on all people to join in a peaceful revolution, to honour Indigenous sovereignty, and to protect the land and water"


Published on Sep 22, 2014
Indigenous leaders at the Peoples Climate March in New York speak to the urgency of Climate Change and the need for all of us to be #IdleNoMore. From the Amazon to the Arctic, Indigenous Peoples are defending our climate and teaching allies about how extractive industries are directly connected to sovereignty, colonization, and violence against Indigenous women.

Photo from Idle No More Video

Idle No More and Defenders of the Land, a network of Indigenous communities in land struggle, have joined together to issue this common call for escalating action. Our message is clear and in accordance with the principles of coexistence and mutual respect between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples. We call for Canada, the provinces and the territories to:
  1. Repeal provisions of Bill C-45 (including changes to the Indian Act and Navigable Waters Act, which infringe on environmental protections, Aboriginal and Treaty rights) and abandon all pending legislation which does the same.
  2. Deepen democracy in Canada through practices such as proportional representation and consultation on all legislation concerning collective rights and environmental protections, and include legislation which restricts corporate interests.
  3. In accordance with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples’ principle of free, prior, and informed consent, respect the right of Indigenous peoples to say no to development on their territory.
  4. Cease its policy of extinguishment of Aboriginal Title and recognize and affirm Aboriginal Title and Rights, as set out in section 35 of Canada’s constitution, and recommended by the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.
  5. Honour the spirit and intent of the historic Treaties. Officially repudiate the racist Doctrine of Discovery and the Doctrine of Terra Nullius, and abandon their use to justify the seizure of Indigenous Nations lands and wealth.
  6. Actively resist violence against women and hold a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, and involve Indigenous women in the design, decision-making, process and implementation of this inquiry, as a step toward initiating a comprehensive and coordinated national action plan

Ripple Effect: The People’s Climate March One Year Later
"We’re not organizing another march in New York City this year. Setting aside Star Wars and the Godfather, sequels are rarely better, and successful social movements rarely use the same tactic over and over again. Instead, we’re mobilizing this year in Paris and around the world. There will be actions in the US on October 18th, huge marches around the world over the weekend of November 28-29th, escalated action on December 12th, and more major demonstrations taking on the fossil fuel industry next April."

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

#SaveTheForest- Canada's Great Bear Forest

It's makes me cry!  As I watched this beautiful video I cry because I am afraid that I will never experience this. That my child will not get to experience this precious gift that has been taken for granted by our government and sadly by many many people.

I was born and raised in BC, Canada. I have traveled and seen many wonderful places always saving BC for when I was older, for when my girl was older and we can go hiking and discover the beauty this gorgeous province holds.

If we do not VOTE FOR CHANGE, if we do not STOP HARPER, we can kiss this all good-bye!

Do what is right! #SaveOurForests #SaveOurCoasts #StopHarper

The Great Bear Sea - Exploring the Marine Life of a Pacific Paradise from Pacific Wild on Vimeo.

Here is another wonderful program- for some reason the video above doesn't play. 

I updated this. I painted the Great Spirit Bear after I saw this.

Can you write this song?

Other songs I would like to see.. Can someone write and sing this please!!

Sung to the music of Sing-Sing a song....

Vote- Vote Out Loud
Vote with all Your Heart
Don't think that your Vote is not Good Enough
la la la la la
Just Vote this time! Vote NOW!

Sing, sing a song
Make it simple to last
Your whole life long
Don't worry that it's not
Good enough for anyone
Else to hear
Just sing, sing a song.


Sing, sing a song
Sing out loud
Sing out strong
Sing of good things not bad
Sing of happy not sad.

Sing, sing a song
Make it simple to last
Your whole life long
Don't worry that it's not
Good enough for anyone
Else to hear
Just sing, sing a song.

Sing, sing a song
Let the world sing along
Sing of love there could be
Sing for you and for me.

Sing, sing a song
Make it simple to last
Your whole life long
Don't worry that it's not

Good enough for anyone
Else to hear
Just sing, sing a song. 

Take the Harper Out and put the Heart Back into Canada

Let's START A BRAND NEW DAY!! From my favourite beautiful town in the Kootenays, the people of Nelson, YOU ROCK!!

Thanks for your efforts. Let's keep the music going!
I will try to get the lyrics and post them here!

Written by Earl Hamilton

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

We'll Be Singing, Bye Bye, Mr. Harper, Good-bye!!

Oh Great!! A New Song and it's Perfect!!

Harper Song (Canadian Lies) - Parody

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Stand UP! Stop Bullying! Don't be a Bystander

im just going to leave this here
Posted by Ainsle Knott on Tuesday, May 26, 2015


Sadly the government doesn't get it!!

News Release
Environmental and public concerns ignored by company and provincial government
VICTORIA – Today the British Columbia government approved a contentious cutblock in the central Walbran Valley on Vancouver Island. The central Walbran is one of Canada’s most important stands of unprotected old-growth rainforest. Logging company Teal Jones received a new permit from the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations to cut endangered old-growth trees.
Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park is a luxuriously forested sanctuary that is without a doubt one of the most remarkable wild places on Vancouver Island. The lower Carmanah Valley was declared a provincial park in 1990, and the Walbran and upper Carmanah Valleys were added in 1995. The park offers protection to diverse forest ecosystems, including a large Sitka spruce ecosystem that represents 2% of BC’s remaining old-growth forest. See video top of page

“To say the least, I’m outraged,” said Torrance Coste, a Wilderness Committee campaigner who has been trying to save the area. What upset him was a map the company sent him recently that shows eight planned logging blocks in the old-growth forest on the north side of Walbran Creek.
The cut blocks are in the Central Walbran Ancient Forest, near hiking trails that lead to massive old trees, including one called the Castle Giant.
by Charly Caproff
Photo by P. Griffiths
Photo by P. Griffiths
The Walbran Valley is one of the last remaining intact old growth red cedar forests on southern Vancouver Island. This ecologically diverse area contains impressive stands of coniferous trees that are thousands of years old. During the ‘war of the woods’ over a decade ago, the Walbran Valley was the center of heated protests between industry and conservationists. Recently, it was revealed that the logging company Teal-Jones intends to clear-cut sections of this pristine environment, which has ignited organizations, such as the Wilderness Committee, Sierra Club BC, the Ancient Forest Alliance and The Friends of the Carmanah/Walbran to speak out and fight for the protection of this forest ecosystem.
Karst is a landscape that is formed from the underground erosion of soluble rocks like limestone, dolomite, and gypsum. The erosion forms underground openings, caves, and streams that support unique ecosystems. Karst landscape can be easily damaged by activities such as logging and road building.


Central Walbran - Proposed Cutblock 4403

Stop Teal and Jones from destroying our OLD GROWTH FOREST! 

Stop the BC government from destroying our OLD GROWTH FOREST!!!

Use your social media voices!! Use art! Use Peaceful PROTESTS and PROTECT THE FOREST!

Let the BC government know that this is UNACCEPTABLE! Let your neighbours know. Share!!

Attack Ads, Dirty Politics & Propaganda

 So this petition is apparently based on a website with fake info

I got caught too when a friend on Facebook pointed it out.

Only in Vancouver: 

Parody condo proposal inspires petition against it


Parody condo proposal- FAKE

If this is fake
I find this interesting???? Very interesting....

 Interested parties may attend an open house, to be held at 7pm on Sunday, October 25th, 2015 at the Pan Pacific Hotel. Please contact to RSVP. Refreshments will be served.


But apparently this is real!

Downtown Vancouver church plans to build 56-storey highrise

   So my friend on FB pointed this out after I shared the  petition. And I shared it because the previous day I saw this.  And I had found this disturbing. And I thought maybe it was fake!

I shared this! "I LOVE HERITAGE BUILDINGS! and in 1999 I created some beautiful photos of Heritage Buildings and had a show. Here is a video of it. And you have to wonder why they made a fake site and the real question is who. Was it a student, was it a warning, does someone know something we don't? Was it Adbusters or someone similar...who's the joker and whose being pranked or warned?"

Now this gets even more interesting! Check out this info and video from Wikipedia about a movement from the 1930's that was trying to end poverty but interestingly it didn't succeed, NOT because the people didn't want it but they were manipulated by propaganda. It was the big movie theatres playing these clips in the theatres before all the movies.  Read below. 
Isn't that interesting how all those political ads show up before we can watch a video on a news site. (brainwashing) (advertising)

From Wikipedia
The End Poverty in California movement (EPIC) was a political campaign started in 1934 by famed socialist writer Upton Sinclair. The movement formed the basis for Sinclair’s campaign for Governor of California in 1934. The plan called for a massive public works program, sweeping tax reform, and guaranteed pensions. The plan gained major support, with thousands joining End Poverty Leagues across the state. EPIC never came to fruition due to Sinclair’s defeat in the 1934 election, but is seen as an influence on New Deal programs enacted by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

EPIC faced major opposition by the Republican Party and major media figures. Opponents of EPIC “organized the most lavish and creative dirty-tricks campaign ever seen—one that was to become a landmark in American politics” involving “turning over a major campaign to outside advertising, publicity, media and fundraising consultants for the first time.” Notable among these opponents were the heads of the major movie studios in Hollywood. This was largely due to Sinclair’s proposal to hand over idle movie studio lots to unemployed film workers to make movies of their own.

 In reaction, the studio heads threatened to move film operations to Florida, and deducted money from employee’s paychecks to give directly to the campaign of Sinclair’s Republican opponent for Governor, Frank Merriam. In addition, two of the state’s most influential media moguls, William Randolph Hearst and Harry Chandler used their papers to solely cover Merriam’s campaign and to attack Sinclair. In the face of this coordinated opposition, and without the backing of Roosevelt, Sinclair began trailing Merriam in the polls. On November 6, 1934, Merriam defeated Sinclair with 1,138,629 (48.9%) to Sinclair’s 879,537 (37.8%). Despite his defeat, Sinclair’s vote total was the twice as large as the vote total of any Democratic candidate in California history to that point. In addition, two dozen candidates running on the EPIC platform were elected to the state legislature.

Now if you are not familiar Adbusters they are known for doing some interesting they that have spurred huge things.  Like a little thing called Occupy Wall Street.

Now Occupy Wall Street doesn't just happen because someone posts a picture obviously there are many variables that play a role. But consider this?

It was recently suggested to me by my friend that, that is perhaps why we have so many homeless in Stanley Park, and now suddenly we actually have real crime, like a child almost abducted...perhaps and maybe it was all co-incidence but perhaps some evil person is trying to instill fear into people so they could fill Stanley Park with Condos.

Sounds Crazy Right? But I am sure Occupy Wall Street just sounded like a silly crazy idea to start too! But isn't it amazing how these things get started.

Can we step back and take a look at the bigger picture...who is doing the manipulating and who is being manipulated. What is the truth?

Canada is at a crossroads. We as a nation have really been damaged by things our government has done. This is not the Canada I was raised in. We are bombarded with ads fake and real every second of the day.

 Our Government has lied to us repeatedly and if there is just one thing to take a way from it all...always keep an open mind and question everything We can easily be distracted from the truth and can even get caught up in fear.

We must Chose Love Not Fear!!

I wanted to share this other great video but it's blocked for me because it has some BBC  stuff in it! So sad because it was great. It was called "A Message of Hope" this is the second, it's nice but the other was amazing.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Historical air photos of British Columbia from the 1940's and 1950's

Historical air photos of British Columbia from the 1940's and 1950's.


 So from September 1995 to November 1999 I worked scanning aerial photography. If you read the  info on the link below you can see how things changed from film to digital. I graduated from Langara's Professional Photography program and after a brief stint on the cruiselines this is where I landed.

Scanning was totally new and we used very expensive high end scanners. I had the pleasure of working with Mark and his dad. I even got to teach Mark's dad how to use the scanners as the darkroom was phased out. I still remember my supervisor Doug, telling me he only wanted to learn from me. Not sure if that was completely true, ha! ha! but I like to think so. I taught everyone that came through the scanning department until I was phased out! :( but I digress!

I saw alot of those old photos in the basement of the building we worked. Once, and I know this is crazy stuff but I quit the company to go work on the didn't work out and I came back but was in between apartments. I lived in the basement for about a week...yikes...crazy..I worked the night shift and so I tried (not very successfully) to sleep in the basement during the day.

I learned a lot during the time I worked there...I learned Unix, and how to work on big computers with big files..well they were big then... 40 mb and 100mb were big deals then. Ha! ha!

I burned my first Cd's there...anyways...what I want to share is these great photographic images and how our province has changed. Amazing that it could be captured and now is being shared. You can see it for yourself and even buy a digital or photographic image.
Thanks for sharing these Mark!!
Hi, my name is Mark, and I’ve got a kind of interesting story to tell:
My dad worked in the drafting/survey/mapping industry since the late 1940′s. I’d guess that throughout his career he probably worked for at least six different mapping companies here in the Vancouver, BC, area. That’s not to say that he had a lot of jobs, but rather that mapping companies here seem to change hands like hockey cards at an elementary school. I don’t think 5 years goes by without some mapping company being bought out, changing names, or both. The companies change names but the people remain the same. I know, because I’m in the mapping industry too. I’ve been working with air photos since pretty much the day I graduated high school, that’s coming up on 28 years ago. I even had the pleasure of working with my dad for about 10 of those years.
Read More Here

This is the area North of the Georgia Viaduct in Vancouver from 1951. Other streets visible in the image are Hastings Street, Pender Street and Carrall Street. This image has amazing clarity. You can really zoom into the streets.

The city of Kelowna in 1948 is practically unrecognisable. The street at the front of the picture is Water Street. The next one back is St. Paul Street.

This is Granville Island and part of downtown Vancouver from 1956. This is the “new” Granville Street bridge which is only 2 years old here.
This is the Capilano Highlands area of North Vancouver from 1950. To give you a rough idea of where we are, Paisley Road falls near the center of the image. It’s very likely that the Capilano Suspension Bridge is actually toward the top-left corner, but is hidden behind all the trees.