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Funding and project correspondence with the Aboriginal Healing Foundation

Description
Creator: 

Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association and the Aboriginal Healing Foundation

Start Date: 
2002
End Date: 
2003
Date Range: 
2002 September 20 - 2003 February 7
Language: 
English
Physical Description: 

1.2 cm of textual records.

Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
008
Shelf Location: 
2010-004-013
Container Number: 
002
Language: 
Description Level: 

TRC Atlantic national event handouts from Meeka Arnakaq (part 1 of 2)

Description
Creator: 

Meeka Arnakakaq

Start Date: 
2010
End Date: 
2010
Date Range: 
2010
Language: 
English
Physical Description: 

2.5 cm of textual record.

2 booklets

Notes: 

This file contains two booklets, titled: " Child Rearing Manual" and "Expanding One's Environment for a Healthy Lifestyle"

Bibliographic Information
Standard No: 
ISBN 978-0-9867747-3-7 and ISBN 978-0-9867747-20
Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
024
Shelf Location: 
2010-083-001
Container Number: 
001
Description Level: 
Language: 

TRC Atlantic national event healing themed handouts

Description
Start Date: 
2011
End Date: 
2011
Date Range: 
2011
Language: 
English
Physical Description: 

1.5 cm of textual and electronic records.

1 compact disc.

Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
023
Shelf Location: 
2010-083-001
Container Number: 
001
Description Level: 
Language: 

Property, Insurance, Cemetery and Congregation Records

Description
Start Date: 
1954
End Date: 
1978
Date Range: 
1954-1978
Physical Description: 

1 cm of textual records

Physical Location
Repository: 
Algoma University
File No: 
002
Shelf Location: 
2011-039-001
Container Number: 
001
Description Level: 
Language: 
Geographic Access: 

Known Burials at St. Paul's Cemetery, Grassmere

Description
Start Date: 
1990
End Date: 
1990
Date Range: 
1990
Physical Description: 

.1 cm of textual records

Physical Location
Repository: 
Algoma University
File No: 
001
Shelf Location: 
2011-039-001
Container Number: 
001
Description Level: 
Language: 
Geographic Access: 

Clarence S. Dungey fonds

Description
Start Date: 
1947
End Date: 
1985
Date Range: 
1947-1985
Physical Description: 

2.70 m of textual records

49 videocassettes

12 film reels

History Biographical: 

Clarence S. Dungey (1935 - ) is a labour organiser, environmentalist, community volunteer, tradesman, and author. Dungey was born in Timmins, Ontario; he is of Métis, Scottish and French descent, and is a member of the Woodland Métis Tribe in Northern, Ontario. Dungey has a national profile in Canadian labour, having served for over fifty-three years in the labour movement in regional, provincial and national positions.

Among many notable accomplishments in organized labour, Dungey has served as CUPE provincial director (Ontario) dealing with regressive labour legislation; CUPE provincial strike coordinator (Ontario); Chair, Municipal Committee, Congress of Union Retirees of Canada; Trustee, Joint Board of Trustees, CUPE Employees Pension Plan; a national representative with CUPE; and President of the Sault Ste. Marie and District Labour Council.

He has written and lectured on labour relations, labour law, negotiations and arbitration procedures, and occupational health and safety issues at conferences, colleges, and universities. Dungey is a certified high-voltage transmission lineman, steeple-jack, and iron worker. As a practising environmentalist, he was the first private citizen allowed by Ontario courts to present charges and information which led to the closure of Copper-Core Mines for discharging material into Silver Creek and in Lake Superior, and for impairing those waters.

Dungey continues to serve in organized labour as the media officer for CUPE Local 503, which represents the employees of the City of Ottawa.

Scope Content: 

Fonds comprises records documenting Clarence S. Dungey's involvement in the labour movement.  Includes newspaper articles, Canadian Labour Congress memorandums, correspondence, CUPE ledgers and accounts, CUPE publications and correspondence, documents concerning local labour events and other material.

Repository: 
aua
Admin
Custodial History: 

Accrual 2009-021 donated to Algoma University by Clarence S. Dungey.

Access Restriction: 

Some restrictions on access. Researchers must sign an “Access and Use form”. Privacy legislation applies to access requests. For access, please contact the Library Director, Arthur A. Wishart Library for more information.

Repro Restriction: 

Permission of the donor is required for reproduction. Archives staff must make reproductions. Reproductions are dependent on the fragility of the originals. Researchers must adhere to applicable copyright law and privacy legislation and permission of the copyright holder is required to publish from the fonds. Contact the Library Director, Arthur A. Wishart Library for more information.

Conservation: 

Minor conservation performed on fonds.

Description Level: 
Language: 
Name Access: 

Itineraries and calendars series

Description
Start Date: 
1994
End Date: 
2004
Date Range: 
1994-2004
Physical Description: 

.12 m of textual records

Scope Content: 

Series comprises itineraries and calendars documenting Bishop Ferris's activites as 9th Bishop of Algoma.

Repository: 
aua
Admin
Custodial History: 

Series is arranged chronologically.

Language: 
Description Level: 

Life with Billy series

Description
Start Date: 
1982
End Date: 
2008
Date Range: 
1982-2008
Creator: 

Vallée, Brian

Physical Description: 

.65m of textual records

1 videocassette ; VHS

1 DVD-R (120 min.) : 1x-16x ; 4.7GB

6 promotional pieces : b&w and col.

Arrangement: 
Series is arranged in subject files by title.
Scope Content: 

Series comprises records documenting the activities of Brian Vallée while working on the book, "Life with Billy", "Life after Billy" and "Life and Death with Billy", as well as television documentaries for the 5th Estate and the CBC docu-drama "Life with Billy." Includes: drafts, screenplays, various hardcover and paperback editions, research notes, correspondence, media clippings, and other material.

Repository: 
aua
Admin
Custodial History: 

Series arranged in subject files from "Life with Billy," to "Life after Billy", and through "Life and Death with Billy."

Access Restriction: 

No restrictions on access.  Subject to Canadian copyright law.

Repro Restriction: 

No restrictions on use.  Subject to Canadian copyright law.

Language: 
Description Level: 
Name Access: 

Bishop Ronald C. Ferris fonds

Description
Start Date: 
1994
End Date: 
2004
Date Range: 
1994-2004
Physical Description: 

.17 m of textual records

History Biographical: 

Ronald Curry Ferris (1945- ) is a retired Anglican bishop. He was ordained deacon in 1970 and priest in 1971. Prior to serving in the episcopacy, Ferris was incumbent at St. Luke's Mission, Old Crow, Yukon and Rector at St. Stephen's Church, London, Ontario.

Bishop Ferris retired September 30, 2008, having served as Bishop of Algoma since 1995. He had previously served as Bishop of the Yukon from 1981 until 1995. Bishop Ferris holds a Doctorate in Sacred Theology (1995) from Thorneloe University in Sudbury, Ontario, a Doctorate of Ministry (1995) from Pacific School of Religion in the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, as well as a Doctorate of Divinity (1982) from Huron College in London, Ontario. In 2004, Bishop Ferris was a candidate in the election for Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada.

Scope Content: 

Fonds comprises records documenting Bishop Ferris's activites as 9th Bishop of Algoma. Includes itineraries and calendars and Bishop's Notes.

Repository: 
aua
Admin
Custodial History: 

Fonds arranged in the following series: S00153: Itineraries and calendars S00154: Bishop's Notes. Accrual 2017-009 transferred from Bishophurst to Algoma University by the Right Rev. Harry Huskins on January 16, 2017.

Access Restriction: 

May be restrictions on access and use based on the terms of the Deposit Agreement and the Anglican Church of Canada's policy on Privacy and Archives. Subject to established university policies and to applicable privacy legislation.

Repro Restriction: 

May be restrictions on access and use based on the terms of the Deposit Agreement and the Anglican Church of Canada's policy on Privacy and Archives. Subject to established university policies and to applicable privacy legislation.

Conservation: 

Minor conservation performed on fonds.

Description Level: 
Language: 

St. Mary's River Marine Society collection

Description
Start Date: 
1930
End Date: 
1995
Date Range: 
1930-1995
Physical Description: 

3 m of textual records and graphic material.

History Biographical: 

The St. Mary's River Marine Society (established 1977, formally established by constitution and bylaws in 1978) is an organization dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of the Great Lakes. Membership in the Society is open to anyone interesting in shipping. Objectives of the Society include publishing a journal (the "Anchor Line") containing historical and current information on the Great Lakes; assisting and promoting, managing, and maintaining the Museum Ship "Norgoma"; assisting and developing a Marine Museum; and furthering the knowledge of the Great Lakes and other waters of the world through various means advisable to the organization.

The Society has four (4) officers elected from its Board of Directors, namely a President, Vice-President, Treasurer and a Secretary. The Board of Directors comprises nine (9) elected members including officers. The officers are elected from the Board, and the Board is elected by general election of the whole Society, two directors being elected each year for a three (3) year term.

The initial steering committee for the Society in 1977 comprised Frank Prouse (interim Chairman), Bill Penfold, Randy Johnson (interim Secretary), Larry Peterson, John Meadows, Ron Harrison, Irwin (Buck) Longhurst (interim Treasurer), Ted Vince, Capt. Archie Hodge, Paul Belanger, and Capt. Graham Grattan. The first Board of Directors elected under the Society's constitution comprised: Paul Belanger, Jim Franz, Ron Harrison, Randy Johnson, Buck Longhurst, John Meadows, Skipper Manzzutti, Frank Prouse, and Gar Sims. The first officers were Frank Prouse, President; John Meadows, Vice-President; Randy Johnson, Secretary; and Buck Longhurst, Treasurer.

Scope Content: 

Collection comprises records and artefacts covering the history of shipping in the Great Lakes. Includes flags of shipping companies, published journals, monographs and reports concerning shipping and Great Lakes navigation, shipping logs, slides, photographs, a model of the Great Lakes freighter the Menihek Lake, and video cassettes documenting shipping and navigation in the Great Lakes.

Repository: 
aua
Admin
Custodial History: 

The collection is arranged in the following series:

  • S00003: 100 A1
  • S00004: American Bureau of Shipping
  • S00005: Marine news
  • S00006: USS Sidelights
  • S00007: The Bulletin
  • S00008: The Scanner
  • S00009: Seaports and the shipping world
  • S00015: Inland seas
  • S00016: Sea breezes
  • S00017: Great Lakes inland waterways and seaway journal
  • S00018: The Great Lakes news
  • S00019: The Crowsnest
  • S00020: Greenwood's guide to Great Lakes shipping
  • S00021: Seaway review
  • S00022: Steamboat bill
  • S00023: The Telescope
  • S00024: The Surveyor
  • S00025: Lloyd's register of shipping annual reports
  • S00026: The Compass
  • S00027: Canadian geographic journal
  • S00030: Dominion Marine Association
  • S00031: Port of Toronto news
  • S00104: The Anchor line
  • S00105: The Detroit marine historian
  • S00106: Great Lakes log
  • Photograph and newspaper clipping series
Access Restriction: 

No restrictions on access.

Repro Restriction: 

Some restriction on use may apply due to Copyright legislation and the fragility of the original records.

Conservation: 

Minor conservation performed on collection during processing.

Description Level: 
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