File contains materials relating to 10th anniversary of Safe Harbour Metropolitan Community Church in 2001. Materials include planning notes; memos; one program for Safe Harbour church service, held January 27, 2002; one printed copy of the web article Halifax church's mission: offer a safe place for gays by Alan McAvoy, published November 6, 2001; news clipping from the Daily News and the Chronicle Herald relating to the anniversary; one copy of the Safe Harbour press list; Eastlink Community Television coverage application forms; correspondence; three copies of a press release entitled Celebrating Our First Decade of Ministry, published October 16, 2001; and two advertisements for Singing God's Praises? An Evening with Rev. Delores Barry.
Fonds consists of reports, press clippings, information about individual and society delegates, and administration and planning records for the 1981 Learned Societies Conference held at Dalhousie University.
File contains correspondence between J. Gordon Duff and Dr. A. Whitney Matthews, as well as correspondence between Duff and Dr. A. Tingley, Alice Morre, and other series of letters between Matthews and Dean G.A. Burbidge of the Maritime of College of Pharmacy. File also contains convocation addresses by Matthews, as well as newspaper articles.
File contains a copy of the biographies of authors in "Notes Across the Aisle," edited by Peter Carver and published y Thistledown Press Ltd., including Budge Wilson, who contributed the short story "My War."
Fonds contains William McKenzie's notebook and several loose sheets detailing timber purchases; three memos to William McKenzie, including one from Jessie Hoyt, who managed the company; the second  and third  published annual reports of the Relief Fund Association of the Employees of the Acadia Colliery; a Fairbanks Standard Scales catalogue; and the Westville business directory .
File contains records from a number of events at Acadia University, including concerts, summer camps, and music seminars taught by Stephen Pedersen from summer 1975 to summer 1981. There is also the programme for a performance of the Dalhousie Flute Ensemble on April 26, 1975. This file also contains notes and newspaper clippings.
Item is an article about George Urquhart Hill published in the Carleton Place Canadian on December 11, 1958. Hill was a decorated fighter pilot with the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War Two and enrolled in medicine at Dalhousie University after the war. He graduated in 1950 and practiced family medicine in Ontario.
Series contains records pertaining to the management of the Halifax Camerata Singers, including financial records, correspondence, minutes from meetings of the Board of Directors, and records relating to the plans for each concert season. The records are organized by concert season, starting with the inception of the Camerata Singers in 1986-1987.
File contains a one page advertisement from LGRNS urging readers to call their MP's in support of adding sexual orientation to Human Rights Legislation; this advertisement has been digitized and only exists in digital format due to preservation concerns. File also contains the receipt for the cost of running the ad.
Subseries contains materials related to NSRAP's advocacy efforts for members of the transgender community in Nova Scotia, including lobbying and research related to gender confirming treatments and procedures, and planning and promotional materials for Transgender Day of Remembrance events. Series also includes workshop materials, educational resources, clippings, and correspondence.
Series contains materials relating to the formation and operations of the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia [ACNS], a non-profit advocacy organization for persons living with HIV/AIDS based in Halifax. ACNS was formed in 1996 via the merger of two pre-existing organizations, the Nova Scotia Persons With AIDS Coalition and AIDS Nova Scotia, and still operates today. Materials in subseries include administrative records such as meeting notices, minutes, and agendas; memos and correspondence; planning materials for ACNS events; proposals, research materials, and reference materials; and notes.
Fonds contains materials collected by Al Stewart as part of his involvement in the Maritime leather community, his LGBT advocacy work at Saint John's United Church in Halifax, and his involvement in the broader LGBT community in Nova Scotia. Leather community records document the activities of the TightRope leather brotherhood, Mr. Atlantic Canada Leather [MACLeather] contests, and other leather groups across Canada and the United States. Materials include administrative records, photographs, promotional materials, correspondence, newsletters, and catalogues. United Church materials primarily relate to Stewart's efforts to attain Affirmed status for St. John's United Church, and include reference materials, correspondence, and newsletters. Fonds also contains objects and ephemera related to the leather community, Affirm, and Stewart's membership in the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union [NSGEU], as well as personal photographs, correspondence, and LGBT publications.
Fonds consists of materials regarding Alan Ruffman's contributions to the Atlantic Sub-committee of Oceanography (ASCO) and the Canadian Committee on Oceanography (CCO), including reports, manuscripts, correspondence, newspaper clipping, meeting minutes, newsletters and others textual records.