If your memory spans back to the late 1960s and early '70s, chances are you'll recall that Vancouver's anti-war protests were as boisterous as its rock concerts.

As a photographer for the Georgia Straight, the Vancouver Sun and the Province, Vladimir Keremidschieff snapped striking portraits of these heady days: from squatters in North Van's mudflats to environmental demonstrations in Stanley Park, to illegal concerts on Second Beach.

The photo essay above republishes a selection of Keremidschieff's photos from his recent book Seize the Time, with permission from the publisher New Star Books. Click through the arrows to see them all.  [Tyee]

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