Fonds contains materials relating to the rehearsal and performance of The Vagina Monologues in Athabasca, Alberta on February 25, 2017. Materials include two posters advertising the performance, an assignment chart, a rehearsal schedule, and a script of the performance, annotated by a performer, Allendria Brunjes.
The fonds consists of the records of The Edmonton Women’s Film Society from prior to its formal incorporation in 2004 until shortly after the Reel Femme ‘10 festival in 2010, after which the society dissolved. The records include administration records from the society’s operations, such as grant applications, meeting minutes, society bylaws, and correspondence. Additionally, many records relate to the Reel Femme film festivals including flyers, programs, news clippings and publicity, film adjudication notes, and film classification exemption records. Also included are large posters advertising the Reel Femme film festivals.
Consists of administrative paperwork primarily concerned with the Worlds of Women Together's work in developing their catering service, including a grant application including a business proposal, letters of support and financial information. There are also letters of support. Also included is a menu, contact lists, information regarding the executive of the organisation and media coverage.
The fonds consists of incorporation and governance records; board minutes; president's reports; records re the creation and unveiling of the Famous 5 monuments in Calgary and Ottawa; and records re their various programs and activities including the maquette tours, speakers series (some sound recordings are present), Rising Stars program, education curriculum work, and the O Canada (national anthem) wording debate. Includes extensive reference material related to the Famous 5 women, Persons Case, and controversies such as eugenics.
The collection consists of recorded interviews and interview summaries with pioneers of Waterton Lakes National Park. Frank Goble, and Ed and Cheryl Mitchell were interviewed but not recorded, although notes were taken and are found with the inventory. There is very poor sound quality on the Tom Jenkins recorded interview due to a cassette malfunction. The Frank Johansen interview summary is accompanied by extensive biographical material about his great aunt, Lu Nielson.