Interview with Katie Tanner

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Title

Interview with Katie Tanner

Description

Katie Tanner is the Museum & Communications Coordinator at the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame in Halifax. In this interview, Katie talks about the Canada Games materials in their museum collection, and the various exhibits they've put on in relation to the Games. She describes the importance of the Canada Games for young Nova Scotian athletes, and how for many it marked the beginning of a successful sporting career.

Subject

History of Sport
Unity Through Sport
Inclusivity in Sport
Preserving Canada Games Materials
Canadian Identity
Black History
Women & Gender Equity
Museum Exhibit(s)
Collective Memory

Date

2020-09-14

Format

video

Identifier

CGOH-014

Interviewer

Vlossak, Elizabeth
Linzel, Jessica

Interviewee

Tanner, Katie

Location

Recorded over Microsoft Teams in St. Catharines (Ontario, Canada) , Grimsby (Ontario, Canada) and Halifax (Nova Scotia, Canada).

Language

English

Temporal Coverage

1973
1976
1980
1987
2010
2011

Spatial Coverage

Canada -- Nova Scotia -- Halifax
Canada -- British Columbia -- Vancouver

Rights

Permission from the SOHA is required for publication or reproduction.

Conversion

This oral history interview was conducted digitally via Microsoft Teams. The video was edited in Adobe Premiere Pro, at which point an introduction sequence and question slides were added, and the interviewer's video and audio removed.

Interview Keyword

Hall of Fame
Team Nova Scotia
Halifax
Museum
Collection
Artifact(s)
Athletes
History
Community
Olympics
Sidney Crosby


Citation

“Interview with Katie Tanner,” Sport Oral History Archive, accessed June 27, 2022, https://sportoralhistory.ca/items/show/42.