Also left to cherish Vic's memory are his sisters, Anna Beliga, and Mary Prokopchuk Andy , and his brother-in-law, Bill Novak; as well as many nieces, nephews, friends and acquaintances. When he was four years old he came to Canada with his parents and four siblings aboard the ship, "SS Lituania, Baltic American", first settling in Glenella, Manitoba, then Middlechurch, Manitoba and lastly Winnipeg, Manitoba. Dad started school at the age of seven and graduated years later from St. John's Technical High School. Upon graduating, he enlisted in the Navy albeit underage and was stationed both in Shelburne, Nova Scotia and Montreal, Quebec.
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History[ edit ] Archeological research south of the downtown area, at a location known as Canyon City , has revealed evidence of use by First Nations for several thousand years. The surrounding area had seasonal fish camps and Frederick Schwatka , in , observed the presence of a portage trail used to bypass Miles Canyon. Before the Gold Rush, several different tribes passed through the area seasonally and their territories overlapped. Early prospectors used the Chilkoot Pass , but by July , crowds of neophyte stampeders had arrived via steamship and were camping at "White Horse". By June , there was a bottleneck of stampeders at Canyon City, many boats had been lost to the rapids as well as five people.