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Annual reports

Series consists of official reports presented annually to the membership. In addition to the president's annual report, files may include financial and committee reports (drafts and final copies), copies of JUSUN, meeting minutes, project summaries, and membership and donor lists and contact information. Reports for 1983-1986 are missing.


Series consists of eight sub-series, arranged alphabetically by title: agriculture (ecological), communications resources, energy, forestry, fundraising, recycling, urban, and uranium. Within each sub-series, files are arranged by subject.

Audiovisual library

This series consists of audio and video cassettes from the Ecology Action Centre's resource library. Material contains documentaries, interviews, and informational videos regarding environmental issues and similar topics.


Series contains records that document the efforts to establish MOVE and promote and work on the organization's mission.This series also features the internal operations of MOVE and their participation with the Local Employment Assistant Program (LEAP) and Transferring Participatory Resources (TPR) project; as well as conferences, seminars, and workshops that MOVE conducted and/or participated in.

MOVE committees

Deries contains material of all the internal committees of MOVE including:

Personnel committee Planning committee Environment committee Media task force Communications committee Internal education committee Steering committees Training committee Ad hoc committees Citizens Involvement committee.

The material includes reports, minutes, correspondence, research material, workbooks, and press releases.

External committees and associations

Series contains material from committees that MOVE participated in but were not founded by MOVE. The committees include the Downtown Committee, Drug Committee, Municipal Development Planning Committee (MDPC), Regional Government Committee, Neighborhood Planning Committee, Metropolitan Area Planning Committee (MAPC), Neighborhood Housing Association (NHA), Committee of Regional Social Planning, Dartmouth Association of Community, Save the Lakes Committee, and Housing Task Force.

Resource and reference material

While MOVE was active, the organization served as a reference and resource library which contained publications by activist groups across Canada, as well as the publications from MOVE's coalition member groups, which this series contains. In addition, the resource and reference material contains articles, instructional material (such as funding kits), bills and ordinances, newspaper clippings on current issues and MOVE, and informational material on pressing concerns such as environment, civil rights, women's' rights, poverty, housing, rent control, and nuclear energy.

Dartmouth public transit

Series contains material related to the issues pertinent to Dartmouth public transportation. Much of the content in this series is reference material in support of implementing public transportation based on how other cities in Canada used it. In addition, this series contains material on MOVE's involvement in bringing awareness of the need of a public transit system in Dartmouth to the public.

MOVE coalition member groups

Series contains material on MOVE's coalition member groups including the Canadian Youth Hostel Association, Ecology Action Centre, Harbour Drive North Committee, Dalhousie Legal Aid, Children's CO-OP, Continuous Learning Association of Nova Scotia, 3 Villages Recreation Group, Cole Harbour Environment Committee, Coalition for Developement, Dartmouth Youth Services, Halifax-Dartmouth Coalition for Development, Downtown Halifax Business Association, East Coast Community School, Gay Alliance for Equality, Halifax Welfare Rights, Interaction, Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia, Metro Area Family Planning Association, Halifax Neighborhood Center, Northend Community Health Association, Nova Scotia Public Housing Tenants Association, New Options School, Ward 5 Resources Council, Nova Scotia Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Northwest Arm Community Planning Association, One Parent Family Association, Purcell's Cove Community Association, Save the Playground Committee, Teled Video Services Association, Union of Nova Scotia Indians, Upper Hammond Plains Community Development Association, Victoria Road Tenants Association, Voice of Women, Women's Centre, Catholic Social Services Commission, and Pine Grove Community School.

Material includes correspondence with MOVE, publications, meeting minutes, memorandums, press releases, and reports.


This series consists of records relating to different activities the committee had been involved in, including abortion debates, day care, education, pay equity, occupational health and safety, and unemployment.

Annual reports

Series contains annual reports issued by the Welfare Council (Halifax-Dartmouth area) and its predecessors, the Welfare Council of Halifax and the Halifax Council of Social Agencies. The reports outline the activities of the council and its various committees and divisions. Some files also contain agendas for annual general meetings.

American Institute of the History of Pharmacy

Series includes materials related to the American Institute of the History of Pharmacy as well as slides and accompanying presentation notes, which are intended to be used for classrooms, professional, and lay groups.

American Institute of the History of Pharmacy.


Series contains information about awards for Gordon Duff. There is information in another series about award nominations made by Duff to other pharmacists, but they were not included in this category.
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