The fonds is arranged into 29 Series and consists of minutes, financials, correspondence and ephemera.South Canoe Elementary School Parent Advisory Council
The fonds consists of administrative and operational records of the Bowen Island Recycling Depot produced between 1985 and 2003, including legal and financial records, documents from board meetings and AGMs, correspondence, and records relating to the relocation and expansion of the recycling facility.Bowen Island Recycling Depot Society
The Rikki Swin Institute transgender collection consists of the following fonds: Rikki Swin Institute fonds, Ari Kane fonds, International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE) fonds, and the Virginia Prince fonds. The IFGE fonds includes material from Betty Ann Lind and Merissa Sherrill Lynn.Kane, Ari
Fonds is arranged into three series: Administrative and operational records; Newspaper clippings; Photographs and audio/visual.Burquest Jewish Community Association
Fonds consists of laboratory manuals published by the UBC Department of Physics between 1949 and 1966 (most dated 1957-1962); mimeographed hand-outs for experiments and other assignments; hand-written lecture notes; and a 1944 Canadian Army physics laboratory manual. Many of the manuals are annotated. The manuals are bound, but the notes and hand-outs are loose; all have been placed in acid-free folders. They are arranged by course number, and then chronologically; unnumbered materials, and folders containing unsorted material from various courses, were placed at the end.
Fonds also includes promotional materials, many of which relate specifically to the Department of Physics at university-wide Open Houses, annual reports from the Department of Physics, notes made by Professor John Warren regarding x-rays and particle physics, as well as photographs taken of individuals, groups, and events related to the Department of Physics.
The fonds consists of reports and studies generated by Physical Plant and/or Plant Operations for various buildings and facilities between 1968 and 1983, and correspondence, reports, committee minutes, and published materials from UBC Utilities 1990-2001.University of British Columbia. Physical Plant
Fonds include incoming and outgoing correspondence, club scrapbooks, member rosters and attendance records, meeting minutes and copies of the club newsletter Rotary Weekly Bulletin. The records provide a detailed overview of the Club activities during the period 1946 – 2001 and their involvement with a wide range of community events and the development of community infrastructure such as the construction of an outdoor swimming pool, the seawalk and services such as the Cari Infant and Toddler Centre. Club members include a wide range of individuals from the business sector including members from various pioneering families.Rotary Club of Campbell River
The fonds consists of photographs of the March of Dimes campaign in Prince Rupert in 1954 and photographs of the Royal Purple members circa 2000s. It also includes a constitution and bylaws, correspondence, membership lists, minutes and miscellaneous items such as speeches made by Marky Gurvich and notices about regional meetings.Royal Purple of Canada Lodge #8
The fonds consists of administrative and operational records from Congregation Har El. Textual records include: minutes and correspondence, publications, and financials.
The fonds is arranged into 8 series: Publications; Synagogue construction; Fundraising; Board minutes; North Shore Jewish Centre (NSJC) records; Financial records; West Vancouver School Board dealings; and Congregation Har El miscellaneous files.Congregation Har El
Fonds consists of materials created or received by the UBC Librarians and Archivists Association in the course of its activities, and includes correspondence, reports, minutes, and written notes. It is arranged in four series: General, Salary / Collective Bargaining Committee, Travel Grants Committee, and Subject Files.University of British Columbia. Librarians and Archivists Association
Series contains records created or received during Trotter's work for the NAC. Through the time period reflected in the series, Trotter served as a sub-regional representative on the BC steering committee as well as one of two BC regional representatives on the NAC national executive team. In these roles, Trotter assisted with lobbying, fundraising, membership tracking, event planning, communications, organizational structure changes, advocating for the needs of rural women, and advocating for international solidarity among women around the world.
Through her work for the NAC, Trotter participated in lobbying at the federal and provincial levels, including assistance with the creation of voter information guides, pamphlets, and questions to ask Provincial and Federal election candidates. In 1997, Trotter was published in the NAC Voter’s Guide, writing the chapter on women and postsecondary education.
Provincially, Trotter helped plan several BC-NAC regional conferences, including two conferences in Quesnel (November 1989 and September 1998). She also helped fundraise and create a database of BC-NAC member organizations across the province.
While not sent as an official delegate of the NAC, Trotter attended the 1995 United Nation Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China. Trotter also helped organize and participate in the National Women's March Against Poverty, which took place in 1996.
Records in this series include annual reports, meeting minutes, meeting agendas, budgets, financial statements, internal correspondence, lobbying correspondence, fundraising correspondence, membership communications, campaign reports, press releases, contact lists, copies of journal articles, literature reviews, conference brochures, conference kits, a name tag, handwritten conference notes, reimbursement forms, receipts, nomination lists, indexes of resolutions, draft articles on feminist issues, campaign pamphlets, speech drafts, newsletters, membership lists, membership surveys, petitions, voter guides, lobbying questions, internal policies, organizational review proposals, strategic planning proposals, business cards, newspaper clippings, farewell cards, and a journal which accounts Trotter’s experiences during the Women's March Against Poverty. Five photographs taken during the 1995 NAC AGM in Ottawa are also included within this series, and are located in file 2022.35/3/2/03
Records related to the United Nation Fourth World Conference on Women include conference kits, participation guides, fact sheets, conference schedules, pamphlets from various international women’s organizations, flyers, handwritten notes and reflections on the conference, conference reports, and press releases, as well as newspapers, magazine articles, and newsletters discussing the conference and its aftermath.
The fonds has been arranged by the archivist into 3 sub-series:
• BC steering committee records (subseries 1)
• National executive records (subseries 2)
• United Nation Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China (subseries 3)
The fonds consists of administrative, operational, and financial records created and accumulated by the Royal Canadian Legion's Bowen Island Branch, RCL Branch 150. Textual records consist predominantly of minutes (1947-1989) and correspondence (1968-2000), and also include memoranda, reports, the visitor’s register, and various published materials. Photographs are of RLC Branch 150 and Ladies Auxiliary RCL Branch 150 members at various functions.Royal Canadian Legion Branch 150
The collection consists of documents and photographs intentionally assembled collection of discrete items documenting the following areas: the occupational pursuits of B.C. and Yukon Jewry; the organized religious life of Jews in B.C.; leisure activities; and the membership and good works of organizations formed to aid and represent the Jewish community, such as the National Council of Jewish Women. There is also a wide range of individual and family portraits, and photographs of headstones.
The fonds consists of records kept by the curling club members. It includes minutes, membership lists, correspondence, financial statements, photographs, a history of the club by Robert T. Rudderham, and ephemera.Prince Rupert Curling Club
Series contains records created or received during Trotter's work for Amata. The earliest records in this series pertain to a legal battle concerning 1982 and 1983 amendments to Amata's constitution in order to bar women considering an abortion from accessing Amata’s services. More recent records were created or received while Trotter served on the board of directors, where she worked to change the society’s organizational structure into a non-hierarchical collective. In this role, Trotter took meeting minutes, defined job descriptions, created staff evaluation policies, and participated in union negotiations.
Records include correspondence, meeting minutes, membership lists, contact lists, annual reports, financial statements, a Supreme Court of British Columbia legal order, newspaper clippings, different versions of Amata’s Constitution (1979, 1982, and 1983), funding contracts, the Amata board of directors manual, internal ‘house rules,’ handwritten notes, time cards, union negotiations, collective agreements, job descriptions, interview questions, conflict resolution policies, staff evaluation policies, strategic planning templates, a Writ of Summons with Statement of Claim, insurance records, employee benefits proposals, purchasing receipts, graphs describing program use, unfilled registration forms, and pamphlets.
The fonds consists of records collected and created by Ian Benson pertaining to Bowen Island's Official Community Plan, The Bowen Island Trust Committee, and The Bowen Island Advisory Planning Commission. The fonds includes personal correspondence, financial records, and various ephemeral records.Benson, Iain T.
File contains textual material on Hadassah Wizo pre-convention held January, 1997 in Vancouver.
File contains textual material pertaining to Hadassah Wizo post-convention held January, 1997 in Vancouver.
The fonds consists of records created and collected by Ross Carter and includes correspondence, documents from the Bowen Island Improvement Association, GVRD election and other campaign literature, and reference reports relating to development on Bowen Island.Carter, Ross
The fonds consists of legal, administrative, and operational records pertaining to the activities of the Snug Cove Improvement District and its associated committees. The records deal largely with zoning issues and the maintenance of the sewer system in Snug Cove.Snug Cove Improvement District
Ranging from 1942 to 1997, the Red Mountain Ski Club Collection consists of:
- Meeting Minutes
- Financial Records
- Legal Records
- Planning & Development
- Race Results
- Notes/File Notes
This collection consists of posters and notices created primarily by University of Victoria Students' Society (Alma Mater Society) clubs and University of Victoria academic departments for the purposes of advertising meetings, events and courses, and to raise awareness about social, political and university issues.
The fonds consists of records created and collected by Bowen's Theatre on the Isle Society. Textual materials include the society's constitution, minutes, financial records, correspondence, and scripts. There are also ca. 75 photographs of BTOTI productions.Bowen's Theatre on the Isle
The collection consists of material relating to recreational activities at Hollyburn Ridge including ski competitions, ski jumping, the construction and leasing of cabins, and the involvement and organization of local ski clubs and related organizations. These include the Vancouver Ski Club, Westlake and Hollyburn Ski Club, Hollyburn Pacific Ski Club, Canadian Amateur Ski Association, and Hollyburn Ridge Association.
Collection is arranged into the following series:
Series 1: Hollyburn Ski Club
Series 2: Hollyburn Ridge Association
Series 3: Vancouver Ski Club
Series 4: Ski competitions
Series 5: Hollyburn Pacific Ski Club
Series 6: Hollyburn Ridge activities
Series 7: Canadian Amateur Ski Association
Series 8: Cabins and lodges on Hollyburn Ridge
Series 9: Hollyburn Ridge photographs