Exhibition ~ Pacific to Atlantic: Canada's Gigantic
February 28 to April 11, 1987
Toronto Photographers Workshop
80 Spadina Avenue
Giant Igloo Church and view down MacKenzie Road, the very heart of beautiful downtown Inuvik, N.W.T., August 11, 1981.
Giant Jesus and the Dinosaurs at Prehistoric Park, Drumheller, Alberta, October 3, 1982. These Giants were made by Mr. Tigg Seland, one of Canada's foremost builders of Giant Things.
The Giant Nickle, Sudbury, Ontario, October 9, 1982. With two million people out of work and the mines shut down, this may be the only big money left in Canada.
Giant Mountie on a Giant Horse at the Western Development Museum, North Battleford, Saskatchewan, August 27, 1983.
The Giant Oil Can is a monument to Rocanville Saskatchewan's Ernest Symons, inventor of the self squirting oil can. July 7, 1984.
Giant Turtle and the Turtle Hall of Fame, Boissevain, Manitoba, July 7, 1984.
Les Chapelets Géants rappellent la miracle du pont de glace de Mars 1879, au Cap de la Madeleine, Québec. 20 juillet, 1984.
Giant Glooscap, Parsboro, Nova Scotia, July 25, 1984. Glooscap was the legendary man-god of the Micmacs who stood at Cape Blomindon and flung out five islands like jewels along the Parsboro shore.
Giant Shaft, middle of nowhere (closest town Grand Falls) Newfoundland. When the Federal Government tried to find the appropriate gift for Newfoundlanders to commemorate the completion of the Trans Canada Highway, they decided to give them the shaft. August 2, 1984.
Giant Batch of Dummies at Andy MacDonald's Dummy Farm, Port Elgin, New Brunswick, August 8, 1984. Andy calls this part of the farm "The Falkland Islands".
Giant Batch of Babies, the Dione quintuplets were born on this bed May 28, 1934. Elzire Dione was twenty-five years old when she gave birth to Yvonne, Annette, Emilie, Cecile and Marie on a farm halfway between Callander and Corbeil, Ontario. Quints Home Museum, Route 11, North Bay, Ontario, August 10, 1984.
Bugsy the Giant Ant, a character from Lucy Maud Montgomery's undiscovered blockbuster ATTACK OF THE KILLER ANTS, teaches gianthropologist Henri Robideau that Gianthropology can sometimes be BIG TROUBLE! Bonshaw, P.E.I., August 8, 1984.
Giant Crow and Baby Crow in the Crow's Nest Pass coal mining town of Blairmore, Alberta, July 4, 1984.
Giant Chaitanya Mahaprabu. East meets West in Burnaby, B.C., a city of contrasts, where this 9 meter high statue of the Hindu God Chaitanya Mahaprabu, built by Fayetteville, Arkansas sculpture Subrata Lahiri, stands just outside the Krishna consciousness Society Temple on S.E. Marine Drive, September 1, 1985.
The Crossroads Of Life panel 1
The Crossroads Of Life panel 2
The Crossroads Of Life panel 3
The Crossroads Of Life panel 4
The Crossroads of Life panel 5
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