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CA ON00340 F1015 · Fonds · 1929-2018

Fonds consists of the following series: Presbytery minutes, 1929-2018; records relating to committees and organizations, 1959-2017; subject/correspondence files, 1934-2017; records relating to pastoral charges, 1964-2018; personnel records, 1983-2016; women's groups records, 1953-2008; and records of Halton United Church Extension Council, 1954-2013.

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CA ON00340 F1022 · Fonds · 1925-2018

Fonds consists of the following series: Presbytery minutes, 1925-2017; records relating to committees/organizations, 1958-2000; records relating to pastoral charges, 1992; subject/correspondence files, 1930-2018; and women’s group records, 2003-2017

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CA ON00340 F1051 · Fonds · 1965-2018

Fonds consists of the following series: Presbytery minutes, 2009-2017; records relating to pastoral charges, 1965-2018; records relating to personnel, 1974-2016; and women’s group records, 2010-2013.

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CA ON00340 F2983 · Fonds · 1952-2018

Fonds consists of records, including baptisms, 1953-2017, marriages, 1957-2017, and burials, 195-2018, of High Park United Church, Sarnia.

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Collection · 2018

Web material related to the 2018 municipal elections in municipalities across Northwestern Ontario.

Sites crawled include those of municipalities, candidates, news sources, and third party groups making endorsements or recommendations.

Michael Gallagher fonds
CA ON00159 P222 · Fonds · n.d.; 1967-2018 (predominant 1975-1985)

Fonds Michael Gallagher consists of graphic material, textual records, sound recordings, video recordings and books documenting Michael Gallagher’s professional career. The majority of the materials are derived from Gallagher’s work for CANO musique, predominantly between the years 1975 to 1985, and reflect the breadth of the organization’s objectives, as well as Gallagher’s many roles within it. The fonds also contains some materials related to Gallagher’s time spent as a member of the Coopérative des artistes du Nouvel-Ontario (C.A.N.O.) in the years prior to CANO musique, as well as several graphic design projects undertaken after CANO musique dissolved.

The graphic materials in the fonds represent a significant body of work created by Michael Gallagher, mostly as photographer and artistic director of CANO musique. Photographic materials include images for CANO album covers, publicity photos of the band, shots of CANO in concert, as well as individual members of the band. Not only do these images show the change in members over time, they also document some of the recording studios and concert venues CANO played throughout the years. The fonds also contains numerous mock-ups for CANO albums, promotional materials, and posters, as well as original artwork of logos, reflecting the various steps in Gallagher’s creative process. Posters promoting CANO albums and specific concerts are also included. Additional visual concepts and designs created by Michael Gallagher for other Sudbury organizations are included in the fonds as well, such as posters, promotional material, and mock-ups for La nuit sur l’étang, Northern Lights Festival Boréal, and Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario (among others).

In addition to graphic materials, the fonds also contains a number of textual records primarily related to CANO musique including correspondence to and from Michael Gallagher about the band, as well as records documenting the band’s history and lyrics, available in both English and French, showing the pride they took in reaching out to their fans in both official languages. Also included are a selection of Gallagher’s day planners, and administrative documents related to his role in CANO such as contracts and financial reports, through which a sense of CANO’s cooperative roots can be gleaned, as they outline stipulations such as equal sharing among members. Complementing these records is a thorough collection of newspaper and magazine clippings which provide a wealth of information about the band, as well as their reception throughout Canada and the United States.

The fonds also contains several other types of records, including 14 books, many of which are limited editions and contain personal inscriptions, four CANO 45 rpm singles, an English version of the album Au nord de notre vie, and a VHS tape of the National Film Board of Canada’s documentary CANO, Notes sur une expérience collective. These records further serve to position Michael Gallagher within the extremely active network of Franco-Ontarian authors and artists in Northern Ontario during the 1970s and 80s, as well as highlight CANO’s prominent place within that community.

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Mulock family fonds
CA ON00311 PF75 · Fonds · 1860-2018

Fonds consists of records relating to the Mulock family, particularly Sir William Mulock and his grandson William Pate Mulock. The fonds includes correspondence, bound volumes, newspaper clippings, a scrapbook, programmes, and photographs.

Fonds · 1973; 1991-2018

Fonds is comprised of annual reports, conference records, various OCA committee records, training manuals and programs.

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CA ON00003 F018 · Fonds · 1959-2018

Fonds consists of corporate documents, minutes and meeting files, project files, program files, promotional resources, and financial records.

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CA ON00003 F194 · Fonds · 1914-1975, 1977-2018

Fonds consists of printed material, including miscellaneous monographs, circulars, informational pamphlets, Our Work : A monthly Chronicle of the Church Extension Association 1937-1966; the Canadian Leaflet and subsequent newsletters from 1938-1999, the CSC Newsletter, 1967-2018, the Annual Report of the Church Extension Association, a taped interview with Sister Julianna, and DVD of the Blessing of Sister Linda Mary as Mother Superior. In 2005 five boxes of books from the Community's library were received.

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Henry Budd fonds
CA ON00003 F283 · Fonds · 1841-1851. -- [photocopied 2000] ; [transcribed 2017-2018]

Fonds consists of photocopies of 17 letters written by Henry Budd primarily while he was at The Pas to someone at the Red River Settlement. Letters were transcribed in 2017-2018 by Dr. Susan Glover, Dept. of English, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario.

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Bernice Logan fonds
CA ON00003 F299 · Fonds · 1940-1991, 2013-2018

Fonds consists of photographs and photonegatives of fourteen residential schools, a cd-rom of Hay River Centennial Choir singing, and correspondence sent to the Anglican Journal (2013-2018).

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CA ON00362 S2077 · Fonds · 1835-2018

The fonds contains church records of St. John's Lutheran Church. These records document the formation and administration of the church, the work of the church, women's groups, youth groups, congregational life, and church history. Church records, including parish registers and official records of baptisms, confirmations, marriages and membership records, may be of particular interests to genealogists.

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CA ON00402 NTK · Collection · 1976, 1983-2018.

The collection consists of a series of the Northern Times newspaper, for 1976 and from 1983 to 2018. Some issues are missing.

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Fonds · 1893 – 2018

Fonds consists of photographs, newsletters and news clippings, published reports and plans, board correspondence, agenda minutes, marketing and promotional materials, library correspondence, and scrapbooks relating to the history and creation of Burlington Public Library’s spaces. Records contained in this fonds primary document the material culture of Burlington Public Library’s history predominantly from 1935 to 2009.

By the late 1990s to the early 2000s, Burlington Public Library’s governing and corporate records as well as marketing and promotional material gradually shift from physical format to born digital content. Current information such as library guidebooks, board minutes, annual reports and strategic plans from 2019 and onward are accessible online via the library’s website located under the about tab.

The fonds is arranged into ten series.

John Doerr fonds
CA ON00159 P221 · Fonds · 1973-2018

The John Doerr fonds documents Doerr’s professional life as a musician, composer, music producer, and administrator. The completeness of the files not only highlights Doerr's accomplishments and activities, but they also depict the path of the group CANO musique.

Composed of the files of the various administrators of CANO musique, namely John Doerr, André Paiement, and Gary McGroarty, the files cover the legal aspect of managing a music group and its financial administration. The files thus deal with promotion, production of concerts and LPs, and the creation of music and lyrics, and range from Doerr’s early involvement with the group CANO musique to the group’s dissolution and the subsequent founding of Majoma Music.

The John Doerr fonds not only attests to Doerr’s different roles, creations, and achievements within CANO musique but it also provides an overview of the different administrative and managerial aspects of a music group during the time period of 1975 to 1985. Moreover, the fonds documents the different processes, procedures, and interactions with records companies, as well as marketing and promotional strategies in those years.

John Doerr’s role as administrator of CANO’s financial records is well documented in the fonds. Doerr took over the responsibility of the accounts after André Paiement’s passing, at which time the records of 1975-1978 were transferred to him.

The financial records consist mostly of bank statements, budgets, expenditures, expenses and incomes, correspondence, and monthly royalty statements. The files provide insight into the operating cost for concerts and touring, as well as the cost associated with activities such as recording, rehearsals, buying instruments, and insurance payments. The files also attest to group’s organising and functioning as a cooperative. While the monthly statements for the royalties list each song and the amount received for each, it also indicates the popularity of their songs in a specific time frame. Some of the correspondence informs us on the contracts and agreements with recording companies, touring and festival organisations and on applications/bids to be part of festivals like the Ontario Bicentennial tour or representing Canada in Japan. It also attests to bids for different services they offered like staging, sound equipment, and music production.

The creation aspect is documented by the music scores, lyrics and correspondence which inform us more specifically on John Doerr as a musician, composer and producer. Indeed, music scores of many of the CANO songs – some with notations – provide insights on the process of collective creation of the music and lyrics and also on the translation of the lyrics. While some music scores are specifically for the parts of bass guitar, some are film scores. Doerr and Aymar composed music and produced the scores for films, as well as theme songs for programs like Légalement parlant or Great Movies (CityTV). A rough draft of video shooting images with notes to synchronize the music depicts part of the process for this type of composition. Also included are some texts of introductions of members of the group used during concerts, with notations on music to be played, the mood, and even the staging of the musicians. The fonds also contains some of Doerr’s diaries with notes on the rehearsals, tours and daily activities.

Many files document projects undertaken by the group after their dissolution. While not all projects were carried out, the fonds contains extensive documentation and correspondence on certain projects, such as agreements for the production of the CANO album The Millennium Collection: The Best of/Les Meilleurs Succès CANO, and the different agreements with all the partners in the realization of the project. Transcriptions of interviews with some of the members of CANO who talk of their time with the group and different events can also be found in the files on “CANO project,” as well as correspondence from fans, and pictures taken by fans during CANO concerts.

The fonds also contains Gary McGroarty’s files, who was the manager of the group. He turned these files over to John Doerr when he left the group. These files consist mostly of contracts with recording companies, the legal documents on the ownership of copyright for CANO songs and also for the different concerts. Membership, registration, payments made to different associations and unions as well as correspondence with these organizations are also found within those files. Some scheduling for rehearsals and traveling are also included. Marketing and promotional materials consisting of correspondence, opinions sent to specialized magazines, newspapers, press kits and also promotional materials such as cards, posters, letterhead with the official CANO logo illustrate some of the different marketing strategies used by the group.

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Marion Pardy fonds
CA ON00340 F3730 · Fonds · 1962-2018

Fonds contains correspondence, certificates, resumes, programmes and sound recordings etc. related to Marion Pardy's work before she and after she served as moderator, 1962-2018.

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Fonds · 1977 - 2018

This fond consists of minutes including annual general meeting minutes, embroidery samples and scrapbooks with photographs collected and maintained by the Canadian Embroiders Guild Guelph. This fond is arranged into eight series:

Minutes
Annual General Meeting Minutes
Scrapbooks
Teaching and Outreach
Newsletters
Photographs
Administrative Materials
Wearable Art Show

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Collection · 1957 - 2018

The Alumni Association of Lakehead University Collection consists of records, photographs, ephemera and objects donated by alumni over the years, demonstrating the history of Lakehead University and its students and alumni.

The administrative files contain Alumni Association minutes and reports, membership lists, budgeting information and events files. The news clippings and releases contain newspaper clippings and news/press releases from Lakehead University and the Alumni Association. Publications include items such as the Agora paper that was released by Lakehead University and other publications that were used and acquired by students, staff or alumni of Lakehead University. The photographs and negatives also include contact sheets and slides from Lakehead University. The photographs and negatives series include a number of different items from the campus, student and faculty, events, and sports. The Artifacts and Ephemera include presentation poster board materials and information as well as promotional materials that were distributed by Lakehead University.

Moira Davidson fonds
Fonds · 1991-2018

Records relate to the operations and management of Technical Services within the library, strategic and operational planning Lakehead University strategic planning, and conditions of work at the library including through Lakehead University Faculty Association (LUFA) documents.