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Yukon Placer Mining Forum fonds

  • yuk yuk-987
  • Fonds
  • 1980, 1982

Fonds consists of reel-to-reel and cassette copies of the presentations at the Yukon Placer Mining Forum held in Whitehorse, April 28-29, 1980 and on April 23, 1982. Speakers included government representatives, consultants and mining company representatives. Subjects discussed included geology, regulations and policies, exploration techniques and economic issues.

Yukon Placer Mining Forum

Yukon Petroleum Fuel Pricing Inquiry fonds

  • yuk yuk-986
  • Fonds
  • 1958, 1974-1988

The fonds consists of correspondence, financial records, statistics, reports, and personnel records that were generated by the Yukon Petroleum Fuel Pricing Inquiry. It also includes questionnaires, reports and published materials acquired from various sources and used for reference and evidence, as well as a set of transcripts of the proceedings. Also included is a copy of the final report, "Public Inquiry Into Petroleum Fuel Pricing In The Yukon Territory". The fonds is arranged into the following series: Correspondence; Financial Records; Legislation; Personnel; Proceedings; Publicity; Reports; Research; Transcripts and Exhibits.

Yukon Petroleum Fuel Pricing Inquiry

Yukon Order of Pioneers fonds

  • yuk yuk-985
  • Fonds
  • 1887-1996

The fonds consists of textual records and photographs described in four (4) series. The series are Yukon Order of Pioneers (YOOP) (82/454), Grand Lodge (82/454, 83/31, 90/55), Dawson Lodge #1 (82/2, 82/454, 85/47, 86/92) and Whitehorse Lodge #2 (84/40). The series Yukon Order of Pioneers consists of membership accounts, applications, registers and index 1894-1958. The Grand Lodge series consists of by-laws, minutes, correspondence, financial records, membership accounts and applications dating 1887-1986. The series Dawson Lodge #1 consists of minutes of 1972-1977, membership list 1943-1962, and photographs. The series Whitehorse Lodge #2 consists of application for membership 1966-1972 and minutes and attendance 1967-1980. The fonds also consists of eight b&w photographs of Dawson City residents, members of the YOOP, and Orr & Tukey freight building in Dawson City (1900-1940). There is a printed program titled "Yukon Order of Pioneers. Golden Jubilee Celebration of the Klondike Gold Rush of '98 and Fifty-Second Anniversary of Discovery Day 1896 - Tuesday, Aug. 17 - 1948". There are records of the Yukon Order of Pioneers Ladies Auxilliary that are unprocessed (97/59). A second unprocessed accession (2000/47R) consists of records from the Grand Lodge and Whitehorse Lodge #2. They include a History Scrapbook 1966-1996, minutes, newspaper clippings, photographs and membership lists.

Yukon Order of Pioneers

Yukon New Democratic Party fonds

  • yuk yuk-984
  • Fonds
  • 1969-1992

The fonds consists of executive records, sound recordings, photographs and a poster of the Yukon New Democratic Party, 1969-1992. The first accession, from 1969-1974, contains five files of correspondence and election expenses. The sound recordings are of the party's Founding Convention in 1973 (82/483). The second accession, from 1973-1985, includes caucus notes, correspondence, election notes (federal and territorial), copies of speeches, federal NDP executive records, minutes of Yukon NDP executive meetings, delegates' election campaign funds, policies, reports, records of ridings, and lists of contributors, 1973 to 1985. The photographs are of elected members and campaign workers, NDP campaigns and events (89/18R). There is also one election poster (93/24). Three accessions are still in process. One accession contains Yukon NDP records covering the period (1983-1985) when Max Fraser was secretary and president of the Party and when Tony Penikett was secretary and then Leader of the Party (90/35). The second accession contains the financial records for the years 1985-1992 and Executive Minutes for the years 1983-1991. There is also territorial election sign information for 1989 (95/48). The third accession consists of NDP caucus records including case work files, and one box of maps and drawings. The maps and drawings relate to Vuntut Gwich'in First Nation land claim agreement, various architectural structures, and elections (96/80).

Yukon New Democratic Party

Yukon Law Society fonds

  • yuk yuk-983
  • Fonds
  • 1971-1992

The fonds consists of the records of the Yukon Law Society, 1971-1992, including correspondence, minutes, financial and personnel records, reports, sound recordings of a conference, and reference material. The records document the creation and development of the Law Society, and are arranged into the following series: Administrative Records; Executive Records; Financial Records; Personnel/Membership; Discipline Committee; Yukon Law Foundation; and Canadian Bar Association - Yukon Branch.

Yukon Law Society

Yukon Indian Cultural Education Society fonds

  • yuk yuk-981
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1960-ca. 1988]

The fonds consists of some corporate records of the Yukon Indian Cultural Education Society, created 1973-1975, including a budget proposal, list of Board of Directors and appendices for the budget proposal. There are sound recordings of Tommy McGinty telling native stories and legends, recorded by John Ritter at Pelly Crossing, ca. 1960-1988. Also included are 4 home movies transferred to video tape. The movies, possibly filmed by Clara Schinkel, depict "Indian Days" in Tagish in 1979.

Yukon Indian Cultural Education Society

Cultural Eco-Tourism Conference fonds

  • yuk yuk-980
  • Fonds
  • 1997

The fonds documents the proceedings of the Cultural Eco-Tourism Conference held in Whitehorse March 27-29, 1997. The conference was sponsored by the Yukon First Nations Tourism Association.

Yukon First Nations Tourism Association

Yukon Electrical Company Limited fonds

  • yuk yuk-979
  • Fonds
  • 1901, 1930-1992, predominant 1930-1958

The fonds consists of Yukon Electrical Company Ltd. and the Yukon Hydro Company Ltd. records. The records provide information on a range of the companies' operations. Documents from 1901 to 1949 concern the incorporation of Yukon Electrical and the company's startup. The Articles of Incorporation (1949) and the Certificate of Incorporation of Yukon Hydro (1950) are also included. The remaining records illustrate the expansion of the YECL, particularly between the 1930s and 1960s, from a small operation providing relatively few customers in Whitehorse with electricity to a company seeking other sources of power to supply increased demand. They document some of the business conducted by the Yukon Electrical Co. beginning in 1930 and that of the Yukon Hydro Co. beginning in 1950. The financial records in particular reflect the growth of and changes to the companies. For certain years, the YECL and Yukon Hydro records show: residential and business customers; electrical rates and consumption; how the companies accounted for their spending and revenues; their assets, reserves and liabilities; and suppliers, equipment, and personnel information. Additional information is found in the correspondence, which consists mostly of brief letters and memos between supply companies and YECL referring to ordering and paying for equipment. However, some correspondence gives details about the company and individuals working for it (e.g. about W.L. Phelps in his capacity as a lawyer), about relations between the company and its customers, and about the role of the company in Whitehorse. The operations and financial records created after 1958 illustrate how some of the company's operations changed after being bought by Canadian Utilities. The fonds includes: records documenting the incorporation of YECL and other legal papers; corporate membership certificates; financial records such as ledgers, journals and vouchers; correspondence primarily between the YECL/Yukon Hydro with other businesses; detailed information about the generating power of the hydro and diesel plants; submissions from a wide range of interest groups, including YECL, to a National Energy Board inquiry on electrical rates in the 1980s; and aerial photographs in the Whitehorse area. The fonds is arranged in six series: Corporate Records, Accounting and Financial Records, Correspondence, Operations Records, National Energy Board Submissions, and Aerial Photographs.

Yukon Electrical Company Limited

Yukon Dog Mushers Association fonds

  • yuk yuk-978
  • Fonds
  • 1962-1984

The fonds consists of the administrative and race records of the Yukon Dog Mushers Association. There are four series: Correspondence; Minutes and By-laws; Financial Records; and Race Records.

Yukon Dog Mushers Association

Joe Shopes fonds

  • yuk yuk-977
  • Fonds
  • 1942-1945

The fonds consists of original photographs mounted in two photograph albums. The photographs were taken between January 1943 and June 1945 and relate to military life and the construction of the Alaska Highway in Yukon, northern British Columbia, and Alaska. The photographs depict U.S. soldiers in daily activities including highway construction, travel and recreation. Military vehicles and road-building equipment are also documented, including details of bridge construction. Some photos show military and commercial aircraft. A number of images depict First Nations people. Yukon places shown include Beaver Creek, Burwash, Canyon Creek, Destruction Bay, Kluane Lake, and Snag. Whitehorse views include the First Avenue Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) detachment, the barracks, White Pass & Yukon Route (WP&YR) train depot, Main Street buildings and Lambert Street School. There are several photos from the V.E. (Victory in Europe) Day celebrations in Whitehorse. Yukon watercraft depicted are Yukon Rose, Loon, Casca, and Keno. Numerous highway locations in British Columbia (Bennett, Charlie Lake, Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, and Trutch) and Alaska (Fairbanks, Livengood, Tok Junction, and Valdez) are also shown. Textual material in the fonds includes personal documents pertaining to Mr. Shopes' military service and discharge, family correspondence (mostly postcards), and military form letters of appreciation.

Shopes, Joe, 1911-1981

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