File contains a newspaper clipping of an article from The Chronicle Herald, which includes Budge Wilson's comments on the question "Which political party would foster cultural development in Nova Scotia?". The newspaper article also features responses from Charlotte Wilson-Hammond, Clam Harbour artist; Jamie Bradley, ACTRA Maritime national councilor and national vice-president of ACTRA; Josh MacDonald, playwright and screenwriter; Gordon Lamp, executive director of Music Nova Scotia; Walter Forsyth, Halifax-based filmmaker; and Mary Pat Mombourquette, managing director of Symphony Nova Scotia.
Item is a videocassette of a lecture by Liz McNaughton, an employee of the Nova Scotia Provincial Government. McNaughton attempts to make her overview of government programs health related. The video was requested by Kathy MacPherson from the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology.
Subseries comprises Gil Winham's records related to his public service work on domestic and international committees, projects and panels. These include papers from the International Trade Advisory Committee (ITAC); papers related to his work on the NAFTA Dispute Settlement Panel, 1988-1989; papers from his work on the Royal Commission on the Economy; papers from the Nova Scotia Adjustment Advisory Council, which he served as Chair; and papers from the Erie and Superior Communities Project.
Item is a PowerPoint presentation created by Katie White, Stroke Consultant, Cardiovascular Health Nova Scotia, and Stephen Phillips, Clinical Advisor and Capital District Health Authority Neurologist,
File contains information about the construction of items for Parks Canada, a paper called "Scenography" by Peter Perina, a short story called "The Annotated Women" by Robert Doyle, "The History of Competitive Sports and the Modern Olympics" by Robert Doyle, rejection letters from various Canadian and America book publishers, and correspondence about the deferral of Doyle's appointment to full professorship. The file also contains documents about Sheila Stivens and her position as Craft Officer with the Nova Scotia Department of Recreation, including letters to Sheila Stiven from various people, correspondence from Robert Doyle about her position, and her curriculum vitae.
File contains records from the Nova Scotia Integrated Stroke Strategy Committee, including draft versions of the report Re-organizing stroke care in Nova Scotia, agendas and meeting minutes, correspondence, presentations, and reports.
File includes letters sent to Jean Charest, Minister of Environment; Perrin Beatty, Minister of Communications; Paule Leduc, Director of the Canada Council; Peggy Walt, Cultural Industries and Research Officer; John Savage, Premier-elect of Nova Scotia; and, Jim Smith, Minister of Health.
Subseries contains records created and collected by Gil Winham during his service on the Macdonald Royal Commission, which resulted in a recommendation that Canada enter into a free trade agreement with the United States. Record types include symposium and meeting agendas, minutes and notes; discussion papers; correspondence and memoranda; media releases and bulletins. Of note is a study on Canada-US sectoral trade written by Gil Winham, along with related records.
Subseries contains records created and collected by Gil Winham during his service as Chairman of the Nova Scotia Adjustment Advisory Council, which was established by Premier Buchanan to examine the province's capacity to adjust to the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement. Record types include correspondence; meeting agendas and minutes; research materials; background reports; media releases and newspaper clippings; manuscript drafts; and the final report.