"Grand History"; "Grand Opening"; and "Grand People", including interviews with His Worship Mayor Harvey Rosen, Fundraiser Walter Fenlon, Grand Manager Brian McCurdy, and Sir John A. Macdonald, played by actor Brian Porter; and narrated by Doug Thorne.
Prairie Waters was an episode of the CBC television series The Nature of Things that was dedicated to Bill Gunn after he passed away. The episode was an exploration of Manitoba's Delta Marsh and its animal, bird and plant life.
Film distributed by Film Fare International that shows children playing, a variety of birds, and the setting up of bird boxes. This film was edited by Lucie Robin, written by Ed Hailwood and narrated by Helen Hutchison. The film was created with support from the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council.
Three versions/copies of the same film showing Bill Gunn in the field capturing audio of birds. All three of the films are spliced (presumably) from original footage. They are in various states of condition. Shown is Gunn's parabolic microphone as well as a variety of other audio equipment. One of the reels is attributed to W.H. Carrick.