In the interview, Fred Sunahara describes his life experiences, starting with his childhood in Vancouver, where he lived on Cordova Street, and his father worked as a fisherman, while his mother ran a rooming house. During the forced dispersal of Japanese Canadians, Fred was separated from his family, who were interned in Kaslo. During the war years, Fred worked hard at several different jobs, determined to finish his education and reunite his family. In the post-war years, Fred managed to reunite his family in London, Ontario. After graduating from the University of Western Ontario and becoming a specialist in aviation medicine, Fred went on to have a very successful career. In later years, Fred was an active volunteer in the Japanese Canadian community in Toronto, and helped found the Momiji Senior's Centre. He is the husband of Grace Sunahara.
Short clip from this interview: https://vimeo.com/398362417
Clip from Japanese Canadian Experience Post War Conference: https://vimeo.com/336910880