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Agnes Christen Lozeron subseries

The sub-series consists of postcards, letters and photographs from the Christen-Lozeron family in Switzerland to Pierre and Jean Lozeron after their immigration to Canada

Agreements & Correspondence

The sub-series consists of Declarations of Office, Certificates of Chairman, a blank poll book and correspondence regarding collection of taxes and teacher salaries. Also included are letters referring to changes in boundaries of Two Rivers School District and transfer of financial responsibility for the district to Grande Prairie Divisional Board, as well as a valuation of the school in 1937. There is a list of repairs needed for the school, a resolution passed for an Emergency Grant for Repairs and correspondence about a proposed agricultural school in the area. School Fire Insurance Policies and Tree Planting agreements and forms are also part of this sub-series.

Agriculture and Forestry

Agriculture and Forestry subseries contains seventeen files regarding the planning and teaching of a new course at the University of Alberta, AGFOR 300 & 400. This course, called "Man and Resources," was co-taught with WE Harris and several other lectures. Harris’ lecture topics focused on energy, the use of resources and population. Materials date from ca. 1970-1979 with course planning materials dating from as far back as 1961. Document types include notes, index cards, lecture outlines, correspondence, course content, course reviews, student essays, test questions, assignments, articles and research on energy and resources. As well there are two u-matic video tapes, and an audiotape of lectures. Significant material covered planning materials for the class, Harris lecture “Three Critical Resources” as well as course materials such as assignments, tests, essays and lectures.

Albert Lozeron subseries

The sub-series consists of a few postcards sent to Pierre and Jean in Nebraska and later in Canada, and some correspondence from Albert’s wife Tredy, and later a daughter Antoinette.

Alberta Chamber of Commerce

The sub-series consists of 1 folder of correspondence, resolutions and policy statements showing the communication between the Grande Prairie and Alberta Chambers of Commerce. There is also a special issue of the Daily Herald-Tribune printed in 1972, when the Alberta Chamber held its Annual Meeting in Grande Prairie.

Alberta Environment Hazardous Waste Management Committee

The Alberta Environment Hazardous Waste Management Committee subseries consists of twenty-eight files on the management of hazardous waste, often in connection with the Alberta Special Waste Management Corporation (ASWMC). The files are arranged by subject matter with most media separated from textual materials. Document types include minutes, reports, notes, correspondence, presentations, news articles, slides, a 16mm film, and a VHS videocassette. Materials are created between 1979 and 1999. Specific topics focus on PCBs & Dioxins, Hazardous Waste Management, and Risk Assessment.
The Ministry of Alberta Environment appointed a Hazardous Waste Management Committee on September 14, 1979. It was composed of three civil servants and three members of the public, one of whom was Harris. The committee’s task was to classify materials of concern, including who produced them and where they were being produced. The results were compiled into a report on Hazardous Waste Management in Alberta. It recommended that an integrated waste treatment system be established in Alberta with the Alberta Government playing a leadership role in the program. Harris’ main contribution was the section entitled “Concepts of Hazards, Toxicity and Risk”, focusing on the assessment of risks. In order to study successful hazardous waste management facilities, the committee visited plants all over Europe. Public talks were held throughout the Province of Alberta, mostly by Harris, to educate the people in hopes of finding a host for the proposed treatment facility. Ryley and Swan Hills were publicly accepted by their communities to host the treatment facility. Swan Hills was chosen as the location and on December 31, 1985 Harris resigned from the committee.

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