One of the largest private film collections in Canada, which provides a fascinating document of rural B.C., will be housed and preserved by UBC Library thanks to a generous donation
from the Halleran family and the support of community partners including Columbia Basin Trust (CBT). The Halleran Collection, valued at $750,000, consists of about 250 nature-oriented video programs produced in British Columbia over the decades – first by
Mike Halleran and then by his son Terry.
Read the story here: http://castlegarsource.com/news/westland-series-rural-bc-films-become-part-ubc-archive-17128