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Chetwynd, British Columbia

publisher BC Stats An initial 1958 population estimate, associated with Chetwynd's application for incorporation, recorded 750 residents—inclusive of nearby work camps. The 1966 Canadian census, the first to define Chetwynd as a distinct subdivision, counted 1,368 residents.


Works Progress Administration

community center) and large picnic areas with stone fireplaces (still existing). Across Euclid from this park, the WPA (Works Progress Administration) constructed the Berkeley Rose Garden during the 1930s. The actual Berkeley Marina, used by many people who sail on the Bay, was constructed as the '''Berkeley Yacht Harbor''' in the late 1930s by the Works Progress Administration in conjunction with its nearby work developing Aquatic Park (Aquatic Park (Berkeley)). From October 1961 until


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