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Fonds Sangeetha Gnanavel
CA ON00431 F4-SG · Fonds · 2019-2021

The drawings were made in 2020 and 2021. The family's first item contributions to CDIC was in July 2020, and an additional one in 2021.

Valerie Mackinnon fonds
F89 · Fonds · 2021

Fonds consists of photographs documenting the property located at 160 Water Street Guelph. Included are photographs of demolition activities, interior and exterior images and photographs that document the surrounding landscape.

Valerie MacKinnon
CA ON00399 51 · Fonds · 1960-2021, predominant 1971-2005

Fonds consists of records related to the establishment and operation of the Virginia Woolf Society.

Fonds is comprised of the following series:
Series 1: Correspondence
Series 2: Administrative Records
Series 3: Records relating to Virginia Woolf Miscellany
Series 4: Articles and news clippings
Series 5: Photographs
Series 6: Audiovisual Records

International Virginia Woolf Society
Fonds Ganesh M
CA ON00431 F5-GM · Fonds · 2020

The drawings were made in 2020 and 2021. The family's first item contributions to CDIC was in July 2020, and an additional one in 2021.

Ganesh M
Fonds · 2020

Documents the public information-sharing of the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre during the COVID-19 pandemic beginning March 2020. Daily updates relate to the hospital's readiness and operations, and testing and detection of COVID-19 in the Thunder Bay region. The records include text updates and video interviews with hospital leadership and others.

Kenneth Douglas Taylor fonds
CA ON00399 89 · Fonds · 1934-2020

The fonds consists of records pertaining to Ken Taylor’s career in the foreign service, as well as records related to his personal life.

Fonds is comprised of the following series:

Series 1: Correspondence
Series 2: Personal records
Series 3: Professional records
Series 4: Records relating to diplomacy
Series 5: Media and news clippings
Series 6: Awards and honours
Series 7: Ephemera and memorabilia
Series 8: Audio-visual records
Series 9: Graphic material
Series 10: Records relating to Pat Taylor

Taylor, Kenneth Douglas
Jackson Pind fonds
CA ON00159 P214 · Fonds · 2016-2020

The Jackson Pind fonds consists in a transcription of an interview he did with Mike Harris (former Premier) while researching his Master’s thesis. The interview is related to education policies and Ernie Checkeris. An autographed copy of Spirit of the Grassroots People, edited by Jackson Pind and Theodore Michael Christou, is also part of the fonds.

Pind, Jackson
Ephemera
Collection · 2020

Collections of paper ephemera from book stores, antique stores and other sources.

Laurentian Publishing fonds
CA ON00159 P234 · Fonds · 1973-2020 (predominant 1980-2016)

The Laurentian Publishing fonds, composed of the company's numerous publications, as well as photographs, moving images, graphic records, and objects not only testifies to the 47 years of the presence, achievements and activities of Laurentian Publishing Inc. under the leadership of Michael Atkins and his team, but also to the various events that have marked Northern Ontario. The fonds documents the spheres of activity in which the company was involved.

In addition to official publications (newspapers and magazines), other sections of the fonds illustrate the various ways Laurentian Publishing recognized and honored Northern Ontario’s high-achievers. These include the moving images, photographs, and programs of the Northern Ontario Business Awards (NOBA), Northern Ontario Community Builders (NOCB) and Northern Ontario Influential Women ceremonies.

A comprehensive series of NOBA-related publications inform us about the winners, and numerous electronic documents provide an overview of the promotional and organizational aspects of these annual ceremonies. In fact, excerpts include television commercials, advertising submissions and concepts, program design and publication, as well as photographs of the set up of various reception halls. Also included are documents from the Community Builders series, which not only inform us about the recipients but show the participation of the affected communities in organizing and promoting the celebrations.

While the various publications provide a 47-year look at Northern Ontario, so too do the photographs and graphic records such as original Jemikins cartoons, and certificates and awards presented to Michael Atkins and Laurentian Publishing.

Numerous files of photographs document the various teams that worked within this organization either during participation in community activities (Big Bike ride), company birthday celebrations (30th at Science North), or team parties (Christmas or Birthday). There are also photographs showing the work spaces of the employees, including during various renovations.

The Laurentian Publishing fonds allows a glimpse of the many people who have worked to make the company a success. It also shows its various collaborations with other organizations to promote and publicize northern achievements and inform the population about events related to Northern Ontario and that have had an impact on the region. In addition to testifying to Laurentian Publishing's involvement in northern communities, this archival fonds is an important research source for the history of Northern Ontario over 47 years.

Laurentian Publishing
Alan Whiteley fonds
CA ON00311 PF248 · Fonds · 2020

Fonds consists of a self-printed memoir and book of poetry authored by Alan Whiteley.

Whiteley, Alan
Catharine Dixon fonds
CA ON00159 P103 · Fonds · 1953-2020 (predominant 1958-1977)

The Catharine Dixon fonds consists mainly of handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, reports and minutes. The documentation files cover different aspects of the history of Elliot Lake. Among the subjects are the economic activities, the demography, and the politics of Elliot Lake. The files were created by Catharine Dixon while researching for her book The Power and the Promise: the Elliot Lake story.

Dixon, Catharine
Guelph Public Library fonds
CA ON00126 F1 · Fonds · 1850-2019 predominant 1904-1983

This fonds consists of the executive, administrative, public service, collections management and facilities records created or accumulated the Guelph Public Library Board, the Guelph Public Library, and its predecessor, the Farmers' and Mechanics' Institute of Guelph. The records document the administration and operation of the Library and its provision of library services to the Guelph public.

This fonds is arranged into nine series.

Guelph Public Library
Henry Law fonds
CA ON00126 F94 · Fonds · [19-?] - [20-?]

Fonds consists of the research interests of Henry Law who was an avid genealogist. His research interests included various families such as Law, Davis, Dennis, Dryden and more. Other families of interest included Marvin, Howelett, Hutchinson and Hungerford. There is also a file of letters or correspondence relating to his research requests and some handwritten notes on various families and or names he researched.

Law, Henry
John H. Riley collection
CA ON00093 2012/25 · Collection · Transcribed in [20--] (originally created [19--]

Collection consists of a document entitled “Transcription of ‘History of 4th Battalion Canadian Railway Troops Since Organization’”. It traces the history of the CRT throughout the First World War. The author is unknown.

Riley, John H.
CA ON00003 F012 · Fonds · 1903-2020

Fonds consists of the records of the Finance committees, the Finance and Administration department, the General Synod Treasurers, Development and Stewardship officers, and Planned Giving officers.
Fonds consists of minutes, meeting documents, financial reports, financial statements, personnel files and administration files.

Financial Management and Administration
Fonds · 1834-

Fonds comprises:

  • an incomplete set of original newspapers (Weekly Intelligencer, Daily Intelligencer, Ontario Intelligencer and Belleville Intelligencers) from 1834 to the present day
  • negatives and photographs from the Intelligencer, 1949-2001
  • 'Remember When' local history supplements, 1991-1995
  • an incomplete set of microfilms of Intelligencer newspapers, 1846-2008
Belleville Intelligencer
J.C.R. Punchard fonds
CA ON00419 PUN · Fonds · 1964-1967, 2020

The fonds consists of a file of correspondence and documents from and to J.C.R. Punchard as he worked with others to establish the National Museum of Science and Technology in 1967. Punchard was part of the Support Committee that began its advocacy work in 1964. There is also a file with his obituary, featured in the March 11, 1982 issue of the Ottawa Citizen.

Punchard, J.C.R., 1911-1982
CA ON00126 C31 · Collection · 1920, 1974-2020

This collection consists of local Guelph newsletters created by various organizations and collected by the Guelph Public Library Archives. Included are the newsletters Arts in Guelph, the Sentinel and newsletters produced by the Guelph Historical Society. These records document the various activities and programs offered by local area organizations.

This collection has been arranged into fifteen series.

Fonds · 1958-2020

Records relate to the establishment and operation of the Lakehead Unitarian Fellowship in Thunder Bay, Ontario. They reflect matters concerning Port Arthur, Fort William, and Thunder Bay; and the development of Unitarianism and its institutions in North America more broadly.
The LUF is a non-profit organization that was incorporated into the Canadian Unitarian Council in 1984; after incorporation, the materials become more formal and there is more paperwork pertaining to the fellowships organization and governance.
The material includes reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, photo negatives, floor plans for building, pamphlets and brochures, and several CDs, which included photographs and videos from special events. Majority of the materials are LUF specific, while there is also material pertaining to neighboring Unitarian organizations in Canada and America, and to the broader Unitarian Universalist Association\ Canadian Unitarian Council. Some records are specific to individuals while others relate to the entire fellowship.