Japanese Canadian relocation from the B.C. Coast – notice in newspaper.
Japanese Canadian relocation from the B.C. Coast - notice in newspaper.
19 Jun. 1942.
1 poster : col. ; of a notice in the newspaper distributed throughout BC. The notice reads, "NOTICE TO ALL / JAPANESE PERSONS / AND PERSONS OF / JAPANESE RACIAL ORIGIN / TAKE NOTICE that under Orders Nos. 21, 22, / 23 and 24 of the British Columbia, Security Commis- / sion, the following areas were made prohibited areas / to all persons of the Japanese race:- / LULU ISLAND / (including Steveston) / SEA ISLAND / EBURNE / MARPOLE / DISTRICT OF / QUEENSBOROUGH / CITY OF / NEW WESTMINSTER / SAPPERTON / BURQUITLAM / PORT MOODY / IOCO / PORT COQUITLAM / MAILLARDVILLE / FRASER MILLS / AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that any person / of the Japanese race found within any of the said pro- / hibited areas without a written permit from the Brit- / ish Columbia Security Commission or the Royal Cana- / dian Mounted Police shall be liable to the penalties / provided under Order in Council P.C. 1665. / AUSTIN C. TAYLOR, / Chairman, / British Columbia Security Commission."
Province Newspaper (Photograph)
General Material Designation:
1 poster : col. ; 72 ppi.
Vancouver Public Library.
Asian experience in North America: Chinese and Japanese.
Internment of Japanese in Canada, 1942-1945.
Japanese-British Columbia-History-20th century.
Japanese-Canada-Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.
Taylor, Austin C.
- South Asian Studies Institute
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