Kelly, Doug oral history interview

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City Market
Golden Mile

Doug Kelly has worked a variety of jobs with the City of New Westminster, from a labourer, to a clerk, to a meter reader, and even the manager of the City Market. He describes the Market in detail, and also lists various businesses that used to occupy Columbia Street. Doug feels that the changes to the New Westminster waterfront are bringing new life to the area.

This interview was conducted in conjunction with Hist451: Oral History Practicum taught at Simon Fraser University during Spring 2014.

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Interview with Doug Kelly