Hoyer, Mike oral history interviews

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Fraser River
Fraser River Discovery Centre

Mike Hoyer is a retired educator from Prince George who moved to New Westminster in 2004. He is an active citizen of New Westminster, serving as an interpretive program and walking tour volunteer at the Fraser River Discovery Centre, and as a graffiti control volunteer for the New Westminster’s Police Department. He also volunteers at events in the city and participates in the Block Watch program in the Quayside neighbourhood. He has an avid interest the history of the Fraser River and New Westminster. Throughout the interview Hoyer references the history of the Fraser River especially with regard to the environment and to overfishing.

The interview was conducted as part of the Oral History Practicum course, History 461, at Simon Fraser University.

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Interview with Mike Hoyer