Item Ath 06.04 - AVC Hospitality Workers Training Course

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AVC Hospitality Workers Training Course

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  • Textual record

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Sponsored by the Athabasca District Chamber of Commerce

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Indigenous peoples' hospitality training course sponsored by the Athabasca District Chamber of Commerce

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CA ATH Ath 06.04

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  • 1990 (Creation)
    Creator
    Athabasca District Chamber of Commerce
    Place
    Alberta

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2 cm of textual records; two black and white photos

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In October, 1908, the Athabasca Landing Board of Trade held its organizational meeting. The executive consisted of Leslie Wood, as president, and Isaie Gagnon, John Lessard, James Wood and Lance Smith. Four committees were formed to promote industrial and commercial enterprises, civic interests, transportation and publicity. Priorities included getting a railroad and publicizing the area nationally and internationally. In 1911 the Board of Trade sent the first exhibiton of local produce and literature to the Edmonton Exhibition. In 1915 the Board of Trade began admitting farmers to their membership. The Board was inactive in 1917, 1921-1926, and 1933-1936. In 1928 they petitioned the government for a bridge across the Athabasca River. They affiliated with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in 1930. In January, 1955 the organization changed its name to Athabasca District Chamber of Commerce.

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Margaret K. Baker

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The item consists of planning and outcome documents including Introduction, Project Description, Participants & Employment Outcomes, Financial Statement, Observations & Recommendations, and an Appendix which includes newspaper articles, evaluations, work rotations and the practicum agreement. Also included are two black and white photos of the graduation ceremony.

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Good.

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Margaret (Peggy) K. Baker, Project Coordinator

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  • English

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Ath 06.04

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ATH

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RAD

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  • English

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