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A Day in the Life of

ESQUIMALT Images from August 23, 2012 Special Edition to the September 19, 2012

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The light of the day A

s the sun sets across this vast country, we are among the last Canadians to enjoy the remains of the day.

On Thursday, Aug. 23, as the last light faded over the Pacific Ocean, Victoria News photojournalists were wrapping up an assignment in which we recorded moments in the lives of the people who make up the community of Esquimalt. From dawn to dusk, we spread out across the municipality capturing images of people at work, play and home. At the end of this year’s edition of Day in the Life of Esquimalt, you’ll see this truly is a place where people live life to the fullest. You’ll also catch a glimpse of Esquimalt-past, in photos from a century of lives lived in this seaside community. Our thanks to the Esquimalt Archives for providing these special moments in time. But first, of course, we must start with the beginning, after the sun has risen and we begin the routines that make up our day. — Laura Lavin, Day in the Life of Esquimalt editor

Courtesy Esquimalt Municipal Archives

From the archives Crowning of the May Queen on May 1, 1939 during the May Queen celebration at Memorial Park.

On the front 4:31 p.m. Esquimalt resident Cibylle Michel’s dog Arthur leads the way as she takes an afternoon walk with her dogs. Arnold Lim photo

Photographers Don Denton Sharon Tiffin Arnold Lim Jonathon Howe Gunnar Freyr Steinsson

Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo

Don Denton photo

6:26 a.m.

6:56 a.m.

Curt Spaven creates a new hole on one of the greens at the Gorge Vale Golf Course in Esquimalt. The holes are replaced six days a week.

An early morning pedestrian, coffee cup in hand, is cast in silhouette by the rising sun as she crosses Colville Road.

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7:15 a.m.

7:08 a.m. Denise Gladders warms up with some pull-ups at CrossFit Taranis in Esquimalt.

Early morning fishermen are seen in silhouette on the docks at Fleming Beach after launching and securing their boats.

Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo

Don Denton Photo

Don Denton Photo

7:28 a.m.

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Coca-Cola truck driver Neil Perrigo delivers a load of energy drinks to the Fraser 25 convenience store on Esquimalt Road.

Sailors take an early morning march through the grounds at CFB Esquimalt.

The day shall not be up so soon as I, to try the fair adventure of tomorrow. – William Shakespeare

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7:54 a.m. Don Denton Photo

Lee Bannister, gardener for the Esquimalt parks department, starts his day by walking around Saxe Point Park to pick up garbage.

7:55 a.m. Ordinary Seamen Shane Cowbrough, left, Jordan Noel, Stephane Sabourin and Jamie Diehl, all members of the morning colour party, prepare for the daily 8 a.m. flag raising ceremony at CFB Esquimalt.

Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo Don Denton Photo

8:20 a.m. Royal Canadian Navy tugboat Glendale, built at the Yarrow Shipyard in Esquimalt in 1975, heads out to work at CFB Esquimalt.

7:51 a.m. The cruise ship Rhapsody of the Seas sails into Victoria, as seen from Saxe Point Park.

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8:05 a.m. Ron Quesnel reads in Saxe Point Park.

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8:30 a.m. Leading Seaman Nolan performs maintenance work on the navigational lights on the mast on the frigate HMCS Calgary, in dock at CFB Esquimalt. Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo

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All labour that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.


~Martin Luther King, Jr.

8:22 a.m. Keith Norton ensures the correct amount of dairy products has been delivered to Sustainable Produce Urban Delivery before repackaging and delivering them to clients.

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Courtesy Esquimalt Municipal Archives

From the archives A municipal crew and truck – circa 1940.

8:55 a.m. Sue Schmitz finishes washing her car. Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo

9:15 a.m. Neighbourhood kids Stewart Buckle, left, Riley Buckle, Ethan Lesieur and Brooke Lesieur pose for a photograph with Esquimalt firefighters, Tyler Harvey, right, and Sean Owens. Don Denton photo

9:13 a.m. Jen Hueston, Student Information System operator at Esquimalt secondary school, is busy registering students for the school year.

Don Denton photo

9:05 a.m. Manager Joanne Sheaves and employee Harold Tritthardt chat over coffee and the Victoria News as they start their day at Top Shelf Bookkeeping on Esquimalt Road.

Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo

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From the archives Esquimalt Road, looking into the original Village of Esquimalt, with St. Paul’s Church on the left – circa 1900.

Don Denton photo

9:20 a.m. Candace Bourchier unloads a bag of plastic balls in to a display container outside the Great Canadian Dollar Store in Esquimalt Plaza.

Don Denton photo

Don Denton photo

9:40 a.m. Naya, a Ridgeback Lab cross, enjoys the view from the rear window of a car parked in the Esquimalt Plaza parking lot.

9:29 a.m. Tess Vally stretches on the bleachers in Bullen Field after her morning run.

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10:00 a.m. Don Denton photo

Antony Scandale waters his garden on Hereward Road.

9:49 a.m. Post office manager Melinda Luthy organizes envelopes after stamping them in the retail post office in the Esquimalt Plaza Country Grocer store.

9:59 a.m. Players and coaches skate at Archie Browning Sports Centre during a summer hockey camp. Don Denton photo


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Don Denton photo

10:04 a.m. Players taking part in the Victoria Grizzlies main training camp run on the field at Bullen Park while participating in dry land exercises.

10:35 a.m. Loralea Wilson presses a pair of pants at the Esquimalt Plaza Drycleaners as owner Mark Harris looks on.

10:17 a.m. Mike Boge hoses out a brewing kettle at Lighthouse Brewing – from the inside.

Sharon Tiffin photo

Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo

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10:43 a.m. Cecil Casey, 94, takes a walk past the football pitch to the Country Grocer store.

Ryan Moist and municipal clerk Lori Jakimchuk chat after Moist pays property taxes at the Esquimalt Municipal Hall.

Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo

10:49 a.m. Victoria police Const. Sue McLeod exercises her partner Uno, a three-yearold German shepherd, on the fields at Macaulay elementary school.

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From the archives Jim Findlay mapping Esquimalt – circa 1953.

Don Denton photo

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Preston True, 12, searches the shelves for a Calvin and Hobbes book at the Esquimalt Branch of the Greater Victoria Public Library.

11:12 a.m. Naveen Sharma, left, Dan Maclagan and Sean Tremblay prepare a batch of multigrain bread at Portofino bakery.

11:30 a.m. Orthotic tech Neil Gelinas smooths out edges on an orthotic at Precision Orthotics on Fairview Road.

Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo

12:06 p.m.

Sharon Tiffin photo

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Michelle Scott, left, Beth-Anne Salzer, Melissa Williams and Mia Lynch enjoy lunch at Zap Thai Restaurant.


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12:22 p.m. Rainbow Kitchen volunteers Nicole Thomson, left, Carole Summerfeldt and Edna McGarry form a serving line in Esquimalt United Church’s Wheeley Hall.

12:06 p.m. Scott Attrill, a.k.a. Floyd, cuts Trent Palendet’s hair at Floyd’s Hairstyling for Men on Admirals Road. Sharon Tiffin photo

12:17 p.m. Morgan Brandwood, 7, feeds fish guts to a seal at the pier on Macaulay Point. Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo

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From the archives The Half Way Taxi company – circa 1950.

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Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch.

Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo

1:01 p.m. Fred Potts and Frank Tahouney grab a quick lunch at the Corner Café and Deli on Aldebury Street.

1:10 p.m. Receiver Callen Stiles starts his afternoon work in the Monk Office distribution centre on Viewfield Road. Don Denton photo

Sharon Tiffin photo

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1:00 p.m.

From the archives

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Tanner Davis collects his poutine for lunch with friend Shawn Davidson at La Belle Patate on Esquimalt Road.

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1:26 p.m. Robert Eison plays shuffleboard at the Esquimalt Legion.

Sharon Tiffin photo

1:14 p.m. Marjorie Russell watches her shot as Jan Zado looks on at the Esquimalt Legion. The ladies, along with Eleanor Barron, meet every Thursday for a game or two, and have done so for many years.

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1:28 p.m. Friends Ashley Charland, left, Tina Rezvani, Lolita Ring and Luz Santos enjoy a picnic lunch in Esquimalt Gorge Park.

Mary Vevod and dental assistant Megan McConnell chat before Dr. Laren Grand performs a routine checkup in his office on Head Street.

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2:14 p.m. Judy Dunsdon and partner Joe Szajbely take their afternoon walk along the West Bay Walkway. Sharon Tiffin photo

1:41 p.m. Marion Hamilton, left, Fran Derry, Ruby Nygaard and Katherine Gaudett play a game of euchre at Silver Threads in the Esquimalt Recreation Centre.

Don Denton photo

1:45 p.m. 2:04 p.m. An Esquimalt Parks employee sands down concrete posts before he paints the posts outside the West Bay Walkway. Arnold Lim photo

Crews use heavy machinery to work on upgrades to Craigflower Road just off of Tillicum Road.

Leave all the afternoon for exercise and recreation, which are as necessary as reading. I will rather say more necessary because health is worth more than learning.

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2:18 p.m. Clarence Dick, sheltered in a large tented workshop along Admirals Road, carves a house post for the new Lkwungen Wellness Centre scheduled to open in November 2013.

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2:19 p.m. Daron Wood checks on hand made macaroons used for the ice cream sandwiches in the Cold Comfort kitchen on Craigflower Road.

Don Denton photo

Courtesy Esquimalt Municipal Archives Sharon Tiffin photo

2:42 p.m.

From the archives The class photo of Division 1 of Lampson Street School in 1957.

Rebecca Taylor, PEERS Victoria Resource Society program coordinator, left, and Marion Little, PEERS executive director, sort clothes in the outreach vehicle outside the PEERS office on Devonshire Road.


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3:26 p.m. A cyclist makes his way across a bridge on the E&N Rail TrailHumpback Connector at Hereward Road.

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3:54 p.m. Carpenter Joe Rose puts the finishing touches of spray paint onto a bird bath.

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3:25 p.m. Jared Nicholas of Bedford Brewing Co. stirs the ingredients for a batch of home-brewed beer in a vat where it will cook for several hours.

4:19 p.m. Dorothy, a one-and-a-half-year-old West Highland White terrier fetches a stick thrown into the Gorge Waterway by her owner Jesse Fransisco at Esquimalt Gorge Park.

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From the archives Police officer Jim Smart on his motorcycle with sidecar – circa 1950. Courtesy Esquimalt Municipal Archives

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3:49 p.m. 3:59 p.m.

Quintin Murr does a layup while shooting hoops at the basketball court outside of Ecole Victor Brodeur.

Cooper Goian, 3, plays on the playground near Ecole Victor Brodeur on Head Street.

Adults are always asking little kids what they want to be when they grow up ’cause they’re looking for ideas.

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– Paula Poundstone

4:22 p.m. Belinda Michielin shows off the stud in her tongue as Jim Carter prepares to pierce her ear at Incendiary Tattoo and Piercing on Esquimalt Road.


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5:13 p.m. John Schlitter practises rock climbing on a small cliff at Flemming Beach. Jonathon Howe photo

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From the archives

4:32 p.m.

Naval personnel destroy liquor during the Prohibition era.

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Daniel Paton points to a jar of preserved pig snouts for sale at Pickers Consignment on Esquimalt Road.

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5:44 p.m. David Brown reads a paper in the late afternoon while relaxing on a bench in Esquimalt Memorial Park.

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5:32 p.m. Paramedic Brian Millard washes an ambulance before the end of his shift at the Ellery Street station near Esquimalt secondary school.

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5:12 p.m. Velvita Slicer of the Margarita Villains, a house team of The Eves of Destruction Roller Derby League, gets ready for a scrimmage at the Archie Browning Sports Centre. Sharon Tiffin photo

Sharon Tiffin photo

5:13 p.m. Alex and Beverly Glen enjoy a picnic dinner at Saxe Point Park. The couple, who have been married 40 years, enjoy visiting different parks in the area.

Friendship is the shadow of the evening, which increases with the setting sun of life. – Jean de La Fontaine

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7:05 p.m. Adolf Literowicz finds a sunny spot to stop and read a book on his way home from work on the West Song Walkway. Sharon Tiffin photo

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6:40 p.m. Goalie Rain Slavak makes a pad save during Victoria Cougars training camp in Archie Browning Sports Centre.

7:10 p.m. MingJiao Allison jumps to kick the practice paddle during a childrens’ Taekwondo class at the Esquimalt Recreation Centre. Jonathon Howe photo

Jonathon Howe photo

7:44 p.m. Airbrush artist Sean McCarnan pauses after completing touch-ups to a rock wall pattern on the outside of Pickers Consignment store.

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Scott Redicopp assists Coleton Akenclose doing benchpress exercises in the gym at the Esquimalt Recreation Centre.

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Bartenders James Ogg and Cher Solley smile for a picture as they get ready for work behind the bar at the Carlton Club.

Graham Hayes packs his wet sleeping bag to dry at home after washing it at the Tumbles Laundromat on Esquimalt Road.


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