Series consists of textual records relating to Vera Bell's work in hospitals and churches at Hazelton and Queen Charlotte, as well as in Kenya. Records also relate to the Thomas Crosby mission boat and Vera's Christian faith.
Series predominately consists of published materials by the I-CARE adult literacy program: the group's newsletter and later its annual publication featuring student writing. This series also includes additional textual records related to I-CARE's creation and early years, its operations, and various events.
The first I-CARE newsletter was launched in January 1979. It was called "The Nameless Newsletter" and was edited by Sheila Taillefer and Linda Ellwood. By July of that year, the newsletter was simply titled "I CARE", which would remain in place until the fall of 1982 when it was renamed "Breakthrough". Early editions of Breakthrough contained event announcements, meeting agendas and minutes, photocopied articles, information resources for tutors, crossword puzzles, activities, and artwork and graphics. The newsletter's tagline was: "A newsletter published for literacy volunteers in the Douglas College region." However, by the 1990s the target audience of the newsletter had expanded to include learners as much as tutors. In the September 1992 issue, Breakthrough started including a section called "Writing For Our Future" which featured short written works by students from the program. (Writing For Our Future was the name of a stand-alone, annual publication by I-CARE featuring student writing. It was launched in 1990.) Breakthrough has been published on a monthly and later quarterly basis, uninterrupted until the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in winter 2020.I-CARE
The series includes two subseries: Strategic Plans and Corporate Business Plans. Subseries 01 includes the Strategic Plans for the following years: 1997, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009-2011, 2012-2015, and 2020-2023. Subseries 02 includes the Corporate Business Plans for 1997-1999 and 1999-2001.City of Coquitlam
The series consists of a membership directory from 1969/70, speech notes, certificates, and records relating to gaming revenues.
Series consists of promotional materials, financial records, correspondence, photographs, design files, and other records to do with exhibitions produced and rented by the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre, starting with inaugural exhibit, Anne Frank in the World, 1929-1945, which opened November 7, 1994.
Records in this series document the four main event programming areas of the VHEC. These are: commemorative programs, educational programs, cultural programs and tributes. Event programming is planned and organized by VHEC staff and advised by volunteer members of various committees, including the Outreach Committee and the VHCS Program Committee and its predecessors, the Kristallnacht Committee, the Cemetery Service Committee, the Yom HaShoah Committee, the Teachers’ Advisory Committee and the High School Symposium Committee.
Records in series are generated as a result of the organization of events produced or co-produced by the VHEC or the VHCS and include promotional materials, publicity, correspondence, meeting minutes, budgets, notes, video documentation and other related records. Series is divided into six sub-series based on event type: Commemorative programming, Symposia and school programming; Conference programming; Workshops, lectures and forums; Cultural programming and Tributes.
The series consists of records relating to major events and projects planned and executed by the CFUW- Coquitlam including; the Public Library project; the Eagle Ridge Hospital dedication; hosting the 2006 BC Council AGM; the celebration of the 30th and 50th anniversaries of the organization; and participation in McHappy day in 1992. The series includes a subseries related to the planning and execution of a fashion show held in 1992, entitled "A Tribute to the Creative Woman." Records related to the fashion show include handbooks, meeting minutes, and other assorted records from the numerous committees charged with all aspects of the fashion show, as well as a scrapbook that includes photographs, a poster, and a news clipping related to the event.
Series consists of records generated by the correspondence between Sorensen and family members, as well as emails between Sorensen and individuals from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre. Records include handwritten and typed letters, postcards, and emails. The letters and postcards were primarily typewritten on a typewriter, with two postcards being handwritten. The series includes an envelope addressed to Loesje Stein.Louise Stein Sorensen
This series consists of records that were original personal fonds and collections acquired and preserved by the Riverview Hospital Historical Society's during its existence. It contains the personal collections of nurses, doctors, general staff, British Columbia's first Provincial Botanist, and a patient at Riverview Hospital. Each file includes records such as study notes, photographs, ephemera, correspondence, newspaper clippings and pamphlets.
The series consists of 15 files, each corresponding to its original creator or donor: Ken Baker, Loretta Barnet, Ultan Patrick Byrne, Jean Campbell, Edna Colvin, John Davidson, Sheila Dumore, William Headridge, Alyce Hockin, Lois Kaldestad, Catherine Murray, Judy Pendry, Dorothy Pocock, Hazel Shepard, and Georgina Bernice Petty.
The series consists of copies of the Tri-City News from 1990 to 2018 printed and bound in large volumes, arranged by month and year. The series also includes microfilmed copies of the Tri-City News from 1985 and 1986, as well as microfilmed copies of the Maple Ridge News (1985-1986) and the Sunday News (1985). Finally, the series includes several loose special editions in print form.Glacier Media Group
The series consists of the Annual Reports, Statements of Financial Information, and Consolidated Financial Statements for 1992 to 2018. The Annual Reports vary slightly throughout the years but generally include a civic directory, a message from the Mayor, a Treasurer's report, an Auditor's report, maps, photographs, an organization chart, and financial statements. For the years 1994 to 2002, and 2008-2009 the series includes the Annual Report and a separate Statement of Financial Information. For the years 2010-2013 the series includes Consolidated Financial Statements.City of Coquitlam
Series consists of records relating to columns that Taylor wrote for local newspapers in the Okanagan region of BC. Includes samples of columns written for the Kelowna Courier and Penticton Herald (July to December 2009); satirical articles relating to local people and politics (the Back Fence, 2008); and samples of columns from a local weekly paper, the Lake Country Calendar (2007).Taylor, James A.
The series consists of textual records, photographs, and videos relating to the various committees, activities, groups, and projects that Russell Hellard was involved with at Dogwood Pavilion including the Dogwood Lifewriters' Group, the Dogwood Veterans' Group, the Volunteer Improvement Committee, Community Volunteer Services for Seniors, the Multicultural Committee, and the Senior Safety Committee.Hellard, Russell
The series consists of records relating to advocacy efforts including presentations to trustees and other organizations, budgetary recommendations, and allotment recommendations.Coquitlam Teacher-Librarians' Association
Series consists of materials pertaining to Dragu’s performance art and video art, including her work as a dancer, choreographer, and actor. Records in this series include correspondence, photographs, performance programs, articles and reviews, press releases, ephemera, and other supporting documents related to the Dragu’s many exhibitions and performances. This series also consists of copies of Dragu’s video art and performance recordings. Video recordings of performances are available; a full media inventory is available on site.
Series consists of five scrapbooks and two binders. CFUW Vernon referred to these as "Archive Binders." Scrapbooks and binders contain newspaper clippings, captioned photographs, certificates of recognition, and other records of significance to CFUW Vernon during the years 1965-2017. Most records within the scrapbooks have been taped or glued down.
The series consists of foundational documents that outline the responsibilities of association executives and members. The series also consists of a number of annual lists of executive members.Coquitlam Teacher-Librarians' Association
The series consists of operational records of the association in its various incarnations through the decades. It includes meeting minutes, agendas, and related records.
This series is the clipping collection accrued and maintained by the Riverview Hospital Historical Society. It includes original and copied newspaper clippings related to Riverview Hospital. This series also includes correspondence from the office of the Executive Director of Riverview Hospital on the topic of specific news articles and events. Record types in this series include newspaper clippings, photocopies, printed website content, one scrapbook, and one poster.Riverview Hospital Historical Society
The series consists of records pertaining to the Burquitlam Lions Club's (BLC) administrative and membership activities. It contains material relating to the history and objectives of the BLC, including its constitution and policies, as well as the day-to-day operations of the club. Additionally, it contains membership records, a core aspect of BLC administration.
The series is divided into several subseries: membership records; agendas and minutes of meetings; constitution, policies and procedures; correspondence.
The series consists primarily of textual material. Record types represented in the series include the following: membership reports (MMRs, lists, and schedules), information about individual members, agendas, reports, and meeting minutes, motion books, constitutions, procedures, policies, agreements, ephemera, internal correspondence, and correspondence with other organizations.Burquitlam Lions Club