This map, printed in a newspaper in 1942, shows the Coast Defence Zone the "region to be cleared of male Japanese of military age." The map, headlined "WHERE JAPS MUST MOVE OUT", shows a shaded area of the BC coast which is to be "cleared of male Japanese
of military age. The order was issued from Ottawa." The region, defined in the regulation as a "protected area," covers "the whole coast to the 'summit line' of the Cascades [and includes] the towns of Hope, on the TransCanada Highway, and Terrace, on
the C.N.R. Northern line."