May 23, 2017
This website has found a new webmaster and Erin Fidak will be taking over soon. Thank you Erin!
Please be patient as she steps into this role.
Thank you to all who have contributed to it over the years.
Welcome to the virtual community of Cassiar, BC. We are so glad you found us and dropped in for a visit with your old friends from Cassiar and Clinton Creek.
This website is the proud recipient of the coveted British Columbia Historical Federation's Website prize for 2004
Cassiar Reunion, July 28, 2017 - to be held in Cassiar townsite!
Contact organizer Margery Loverin at email@example.com
If you are on Facebook please visit the "Cassiar, B.C. Silver 25th Reunion 2017" group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/549361448607331/
You are asked to register here:
If you are on Facebook you can see photos of the designs for
the clothing offered at registration site above and which will be delivered at the reunion on this post:
Good news! The book "Cassiar:
A Jewel in the Wilderness" is once again available as it has been set up to
be printed on demand, so you can order any time.
Click the link for details and ordering information.
Gordon Loverin, former Cassiar resident has taken some fantastic videos of
Cassiar and a couple of nearby lakes and posted them on Youtube. Taken in August 21, 2015.
Note: you may find this 1970 Cassiar streetmap.pdf helpful to orient yourself to the scenes in the video.
Deep Lake: https://youtu.be/bzkOg1Y_bzU
Lang Lake: https://youtu.be/wIIt6s8s2gA
Requiem for Cassiar, shot in 1992 as Cassiar was closing: https://youtu.be/-pmjFXt0FRM
Cassiar Mine Auction - the end of Cassiar
|There is a common ground that kindred spirits walk. Shared thoughts forever bind their souls.|
Cassiar group on facebook
Click this logo to view.
In this website you can sign into and then search the Cassiar Address Book for old friends, classmates, work colleagues, etc. who have checked in before you. In the book you will find their current addresses, email addresses and phone numbers, at least for most folks there.
You can flip through the pages of the Cassiar Photo Album for a wonderful trip down memory lane. You can discover some of Cassiar's history, read old Cassiar newspapers in the News Archives, and more. The website is organized into several sections, each devoted to a certain topic. The sections are "Home" (this main section), a "Gift Shop", "In Memory", "Cassiar (& Clinton Creek)", "Photos, "News", and "Trivia". Click on the section links above, near the top of the screen, to load the sections and view the pages within. Each section has its own set of pages and menu, just like you see here. I suggest you view all the pages in this Home section before exploring the other sections as there are many important and interesting pages here.
At this time Clinton Creek information is found in the Cassiar Section.
The Cassiar Address Book includes residents of both Cassiar and Clinton Creek, for many lived and worked in both towns.
Please help the University of Northern British Columbia to identify people
and places in some Cassiar photos in their archives.
U.N.B.C. Archives Photo ID Project
Explore all the links on your left and don't forget the sections links across the top too.
Please do spread the word about this site to all former Cassiarites and Clinton Creekers you might know or ever meet. Do NOT assume they already know. Above all, do enjoy your visit and come back often to see what new material has been added, see who else has checked in, etc.
Cassiar Resident from 1954 to 1983
below to access various sections of this site.
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