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Background Information

Employment History

President

Canadian Tire

Vice President of Finance and Corporate Treasurer

Canadian Tire

Affiliations

Board Member
Momiji

Education

Commerce and Finance

University of British Columbia

Web References (4 Total References)


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Fred Sasaki
Fred was born in Hiroshima, Japan on July 28, 1918. When he was 9 months old, he came to Canada with his mother to join his father in Vancouver, British Columbia. He was educated in the public school system and in 1939, enrolled at the University of British Columbia in Commerce and Finance.
With the evacuation of the Japanese from the west coast at the start of World War II, Fred moved to Calgary, Alberta to complete his degree by correspondence. His family was interned in the interior town of Slocan, British Columbia. In 1943 Fred moved east to Toronto, Ontario, working various jobs to help relocate his family to Toronto.
Fred worked at Canadian Tire, a Canadian retail store icon, for 45 years and became the Vice President of Finance and corporate Treasurer. Fred is heavily involved in the Japanese Canadian community and was a founding member of the Momiji Health Care Society to provide a seniors home for the Nikkei community. A widower, Fred is still very active in sports, the community and his family.
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Family background of Fredrick Yoshihide Sasaki
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CTC CASH BONUS COUPONS

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The story goes that when the time came to obtain the signatures for the finished notes, the Treasurer, Fred Sasaki, was away.One of the printers forged the signature, misspelling it `SASKI'! The other signature represents A.J.Billes who at that time was President.A.J.Billes succeeded his older brother J.W. as President of the CTC upon J.W.'s death in 1956.It is reported that the signature of A.J.'s on the note is not his either! These coupons were the work of the BABN Company.The denominations are printed black in square white boxes in the corners of the coupon.

The reverse of the note is perhaps one of the prettiest of the CTC coupons and is reminiscent of the reverses of the first Bank of Canada issues of Queen Elizabeth.It depicts a wheat field in the foreground with oil derricks to the rear left and to the right, a CTC store.Behind the store is a rising sun with the `TESTED PROVEN' logo across it.The denominations are in the four corners.
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At that time, the signature of the Treasurer, Fred Sasaki, was misspelt on the coupons as `Saski'.One would think that in three years time a correction would have been made.But once again the `Saski' spelling persisted! Could these coupons been printed earlier than 1961? Only when more information becomes available will the real answers become known.
This series was issued in six denominations, each with it be own base colour and prefix letters.The set consists of :.
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Below that are the signatures of the Treasurer, Fred Sasaki and the President, Alfred Billes.
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All known coupons, up until a few months ago, bore the signatures of F. Sasaki, Treasurer and A.Billes, President above the border at the bottom of the coupon.A woman in Quebec recently found a coupon with the signatures of Sasaki and Muncaster! That has been the only one found so far, so keep your eyes peeled for one like that.
In the left border design is written save safely and on the right economie! securite!.This is a change from the rural scene coupons which used the french slogan epargnes assures in the right border.That slogan was never used after the rural scene issue.


Momiji Health Care Society - Board of Directors

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Fred Sasaki, Honarary Director


Fred Sasaki - Real People - Discover Nikkei

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You are here: Home > Real People > Fred Sasaki

Fred Sasaki
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Fred SasakiFred was born in Hiroshima, Japan on July 28, 1918.When he was 9 months old, he came to Canada with his mother to join his father in Vancouver, British Columbia.He was educated in the public school system and in 1939, enrolled at the University of British Columbia in Commerce and Finance.
With the evacuation of the Japanese from the west coast at the start of World War II, Fred moved to Calgary, Alberta to complete his degree by correspondence.His family was interned in the interior town of Slocan, British Columbia.In 1943 Fred moved east to Toronto, Ontario, working various jobs to help relocate his family to Toronto.
Fred worked at Canadian Tire, a Canadian retail store icon, for 45 years and became the Vice President of Finance and corporate Treasurer.Fred is heavily involved in the Japanese Canadian community and was a founding member of the Momiji Health Care Society to provide a seniors home for the Nikkei community.A widower, Fred is still very active in sports, the community and his family.
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Fred Sasaki
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Fred Sasaki

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