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CA ON00340 F1063 · Fonds · 1979-2017

Fonds consists of records of the Board of Directors/Board of Management, 1985-2015; records of committees, 1979-2001; legal and property records, 1986-1988, 2011; financial records, 1991-2015; and grant files, 2012-2017.

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Steve Robson fonds
Fonds · 1981 - 1991, predominant 1981 - 1986

Fonds consists of photographs taken by Steve Robson around Brampton (including Bramalea), Mississauga, and Toronto, as well as possibly other locations. They include public figures, and everyday people in both posed and spontaneous situations of every day life. The fonds highlights his interests, including cars, and scale models.

About 4% of the negatives are available in print format, and a selection of negatives are available as contact sheets.

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CA ON00340 F2500 · Fonds · 1957-2010

Fonds consists of the records, including baptisms, 1957-2010, marriages, 1959-2010, and burials, 1959-2010, of St. Luke's Untied Church, Islington, 1934-2010.

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CA ON00340 F2515 · Fonds · 1922-1975

Fonds consists of records, including baptisms, 1922-1975, marriages, 1953-1975, and burials, 1923-1975, of St. Paul's United Church (including Scarborough Bluffs Presbyterian), Scarborough, , 1922-1975.

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CA ON00340 F2856 · Fonds · 1988-1997

Fonds consists of one baptism/marriage/burial register, 1989-1996; a general ledger written in Hangul with some attached English records; and a few pages of session minutes in Hangul, 1996-1997

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CA ON00340 F2901 · Fonds · 1922-2013

Fonds consists of annual reports of Bedford Park Presbyterian Church, 1922-1924; records, including baptisms, 1922-1953, marriages, 1926-1952, and burials, 1947-1977 of Bedford Park United Church, 1922-2013

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CA ON00340 F2935 · Fonds · 1857-2004

Fonds consists of the records of Weston Presbyterian Church 1879-1925; records, including baptisms, 1857-2013, marriages, 1942-2012, and burials, 1946-2012, of Westminster United Church, 1857-2014.

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CA ON00340 F2951 · Fonds · 1924-2011

Fonds consists of a marriage register of All People's United Church, Kirkland Lke, Finnish Congregation 1928-1940; records, including baptisms, 1925-1963, 1967-1988, 1991-1993, marriages, 1926-1995, and burials, 1925-1996, of Finnish United Church (includes Open Door Evangelical Church in Kirkland Lake, and Church of All Nations, Finnish Congregation in Toronto), 1924-2011.

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Ontario Council of Sikhs fonds
Fonds · [ca. 1979] - 1995

Fonds consists of records created and or collected by the Ontario Council of Sikhs and includes of reports, legal exhibits, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other material. The majority of the files relate to a 1990 Ontario Human Rights Commission case wherein Harbhajan Singh Pandori claimed infringement of his religious rights as a Sikh under the Ontario Human Rights Code. A supply teacher with the Peel Board of Education, Pandori claimed that the Peel Board of Education’s disciplinary policy prohibiting the wearing of weapons, including the kirpan (a dagger-like article of religious faith worn by baptized Sikhs), was discriminatory. The dispute went before the Ontario Human Rights Commission tribunal, with a final ruling that the kirpan could be worn to school subject to restrictions. The Ontario Council of Sikhs served as a coordinator during this time, gathering research, arranging & giving presentations, and corresponding with various organizations and government officials.

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CA ON00340 F2987 · Fonds · 1925-2017

Fonds consists of records of St Paul's United Church, Long Branch, including baptisms, 1925-2015; marriages, 1925-2015; burials, 1940-2016, 1925-2017, and records of Alderwood United Church, including baptisms 1951-1995, marriages, 1953-2006, and burials, 1952-1984, 1951-2017.

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Canadan Suomalainen Järjestö fonds
Fonds · 1911 - 1981

Records of the Canadan Suomalainen Järjestö [Finnish Organization of Canada], Vapaus Publishing Company (responsible for publishing Vapaus and Liekki and other publications), Suomalais-Canadalaisen Amatoori Urheiluliiton [Finnish-Canadian Amateur Sports Federation], co-operatives, and more.

Includes meeting minutes, reports, financial statements, and correspondence related to the operations and administration of these organizations. Also includes a variety of document and pamphlets related to socialism, communism, and the peace movement in Canada and worldwide.

The Canadan Suomalainen Järjestö (CSJ; Finnish Organization of Canada) is the oldest nationwide Finnish cultural organization in Canada. For over a century the CSJ has been one of the main organizations for Finnish immigrants in Canada with left-wing sympathies and, in particular, those with close ties to the Communist Party of Canada. Through the early to mid 1920s, Finnish-Canadians furnished over half the membership of the Communist Party and some, like A.T. Hill (born Armas Topias Mäkinen), became leading figures in the Party. Beyond support for leftist political causes, the cooperative and labour union movements, many local CSJ branches in both rural and urban centres established halls – some 70 of which were built over the years in communities across Canada – that hosted a range of social and cultural activities including dances, theatre, athletics, music, and lectures. The CSJ is also known for its publishing activities, notably the Vapaus (Liberty) newspaper.

The CSJ underwent several changes in its formative years related to both national and international developments. Founded in October 1911 as the Canadan Suomalainen Sosialisti Järjestö (CSSJ; Finnish Socialist Organization of Canada), the organization served as the Finnish-language affiliate of the Canadian Socialist Federation which soon after transformed into the Social Democratic Party of Canada (SDP). By 1914, the CSSJ had grown to 64 local branches and boasted a majority of the SDP membership with over 3,000 members. One year later the organization added two more local branches but membership had dropped to 1,867 members thanks, in part, to a more restrictive atmosphere due to Canada’s involvement in the First World War and an organizational split that saw the expulsion or resignation of supporters of the Industrial Workers of the World from the CSSJ.

In September 1918, the Canadian federal government passed Order-in-Council PC 2381 and PC 2384 which listed Finnish, along with Russian and Ukrainian, as ”enemy languages” and outlawed the CSSJ along with thirteen other organizations. The CSSJ successfully appealed the ban in December 1918 but dropped ”Socialist” from its name. The organization operated under the name Canadan Suomalainen Järjestö until December 1919. The SDP, however, did not recover from the outlawing of its foreign-language sections, leaving the CSJ without a political home. Stepping into this organizational vacuum was the One Big Union of Canada (OBU), founded in June 1919. The CSJ briefly threw its support behind this new labour union initiative, functioning as an independent ”propaganda organization of the OBU” until internal debates surrounding the structure of the Lumber Workers Industrial Union affiliate and the OBU decision not to join to the Moscow-headquartered Comintern led to its withdrawal shortly thereafter. In 1924, CSSJ activists including A.T. Hill helped to found the Lumber Workers Industrial Union of Canada (LWIUC).

Inspired by the Bolshevik Revolution that toppled the Tsarist Russian Empire in November 1917, and following the founding of the Communist Party of Canada (CPC) as an underground organization in May 1921, the CSSJ rapidly became an integral part of the nascent Communist movement in Canada. Reflecting this change, in 1922 the organization was renamed the Canadan Työläispuolueen Suomalainen Sosialistilärjestö (FS/WPC; Finnish Socialist Section of the Workers’ Party of Canada) – the Workers’ Party of Canada being the legal front organization of the CPC. In 1923, Finnish-Canadian Communists formed a separate cultural organization, the Canadan Suomalainen Järjestö (CSJ; Finnish Organization of Canada Inc.), to serve as a kind of ”holding company” ensuring that the organization’s considerable properties and assets would be safe from confiscation by the government or capture from rival left-wing groups. With the legalization of the CPC in 1924, the FS/WPC became the Canadan Kommunistipuolueen Suomalainen Järjestö (FS/CP; Finnish section of the Communist Party of Canada). Between 1922 and 1925, membership in the CSJ through its various transitions also doubled as membership in the Communist Party. This arrangement ended in 1925 when the FS/CP was disbanded following the ”bolshevization” directives of the Comintern. These directives demanded that separate ethnic organizations in North America be dissolved in favour of more disciplined and centralized party cells. It was hoped that this reorganization would help attract new members outside of the various Finnish, Ukrainian, and Jewish ethnic enclaves that had furnished the bulk of the CPC dues paying membership in Canada. From this point onwards, the CSJ officially functioned as a cultural organization but maintained a close, albeit sometimes strained, association with the CPC. The 1930s represent the peak of the CSJ size and influence, occuring during the Third Period and Popular Front eras of the international Communist movement. During this period CSJ union organizers assisted in the creation of the Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union – a unit of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of the American Federation of Labor, successor to the LWIUC – and the reemergence of the International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers in Sudbury and Kirkland Lake. CSJ activists also helped to recruit volunteers for the International Brigades that fought against nationalist and fascist forces in the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Finally, in the 1930s some 3,000 CSJ members or sympathizers embarked on the journey from Canada to the Soviet Union to help in the efforts to industrialize the Karelian Autonomous Soviet. Hundreds of Finns in Karelia would later perish in Stalin’s purges.

Despite the CSJ’s active support for the Canadian war effort, the organization was still deemed to be a threat to national security by the federal government and again outlawed in 1940. All FOC properties were seized and closed. The Suomalais Canadalaisten Demokraattien Liitto (SCDL; Finnish-Canadian Democratic League) served as the FOC’s main legal surrogate until the organization was legalized in 1943. The rapid decline of the FOC following this period is apparent from the fact that of the 75 locals in operation in 1936, only 36 remained active in 1950.

Further reading:
Edward W. Laine (edited by Auvo Kostianen), A Century of Strife: The Finnish Organization of Canada, 1901-2001 (Turku: Migration Institute of Finland), 2016.
Arja Pilli, The Finnish-Language Press in Canada, 1901-1939: A Study of Ethnic Journalism (Turku: Institute of Migration), 1982.
William Eklund, Builders of Canada: History of the Finnish Organization of Canada, 1911-1971 (Toronto: Finnish Organization of Canada), 1987.

.22 Short Bullet
CA ON00428 2022.13 · Pièce · 2022

Item is one lead .22 caliber bullet. Typically, this item was used with small pocket pistols and mini revolvers.

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Fonds · 1966-

The Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Fonds consists of the records of the various administrative and medical departments of the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, and the predecessor organizations of the hospital.

The Fonds includes the following Series:
1) Board of Trustees
2) Office of the President/CEO
3) Medical Staff Advisory Board
4) Sunnybrook Foundation
5) Sunnybrook-Wellesley Merger
6) Sunnybrook-Women’s College Hospital Merger
7) Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat Services
8) Physical Medicine
9) Nursing
10) History
11) Reports
12) Publications
13) Ontario Council of Administrators of Teaching Hospitals
14) Building Plans
15) Medical Art
16) Dr. Marvin Tile
17) Portrait negatives
18) Events and Departments Photographs
19) Educational and events 35mm slides
20) Surgical 8mm film
21) Sunnybrook Volunteer Association/Canadian Red Cross Society
22) Artefacts
23) Ephemera

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Jean Augustine fonds
CA ON00370 F0515 · Fonds · 1950-2005; predominant 1994-2004

Fonds consists of the professional records of Jean Augustine, including documents, reports, speech notes, press releases and publications relating to her activities as a community activist and volunteer; a elementary school teacher; her administration of the Metro Toronto Housing Authority; her participation on various international, national, provincial and municipal advocacy boards organizations and associations; and her activities as a federal politician and member of cabinet.

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CA ON00340 F2641 · Fonds · 1950-1993

Fonds consists of records, including marriages, 1950-1974, architectural records, 1962-1987, of West Hill United Church, Toronto, 1950-1993.

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CA ON00340 F2648 · Fonds · 1890-2000

Fonds consists of records of Providence Methodist Church, Scarborough Junction, 1890-1922; records, including baptisms, 1931-2000, marriages, 1932-1998, burials, 1930-2000, of Scarborough Junction United Church (includes Providence Methodist Church, Scarborough Heights Pastoral Charge [includes Scarborough Junction, Birchcliff Heights] for Board and Committee records only), 1891-2000

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CA ON00340 F2693 · Fonds · 1983-1996

Fonds consists of Executive, Official Board and Congregational minutes and correspondence of Westway United Church, Toronto, 1983-1996.

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CA ON00340 F2695 · Fonds · 1867-2006

Fonds consists of records, including marriages, 1898-1921 of Washington Methodist Circuit, 1867-1921; records of Washington Methodist Church, 1900-1924; records, including marriages, 1921-1940, of Washington Pastoral Charge, 1907-1965; records of Washington United Church, 1925-2006; records of Stephen Washington Foundation, 1975-2003; records of Cliffcrest United Church, Scarborough, 1951-2006; and records of Scarborough Bluffs United Church, 2006.

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CA ON00340 F2704 · Fonds · 1892-1991

Fonds consists of records of Humbervale United Church (includes Humbervale Methodist Church), 1892-1991.

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