Photostory # 78: Custom Built for Industry: Annacis Island, New Westminster, B.C.
National Film Board of Canada
October 30, 1956
Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography fonds, National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives
Annacis Island, lying in the harbour of New Westminster, B.C., is a new concept in industrial location. The area was reclaimed from the waters of the Fraser River by pumping sand from the adjacent river channel to a height well above the maximum high water level. Of the 1200-acre project 200 have been reclaimed in two years and over 20 companies are already hard at work.