Series contains Jill Grant's records from the Joint Review Panel for the Whites Point Quarry and Marine Terminal Project. Materials include the project's environmental impact statement, transcripts from scoping meetings and public hearings, records of the Joint Review Panel, reference and research materials, correspondence, maps and photographs, and other records. The series provides a comprehensive record of the activities of the Joint Review Panel, which was made up by Jill Grant, Robert Fournier and Gunter Muecke.
File contains an adaptation of an article of the same title written by Blodwen Davies, printed in the Halifax Herald, May 27,1929, with handwritten notes by Raddall. File also contains an associated article "They Play House with Antiquity" by Claire Van Wart.
Fonds consists of correspondence; printed material, including exhibition pamphlets; research and correspondence pertaining to silver, heraldry; manuscripts; family papers; Mackay's own artwork; artist files; and reference materials.
Fonds comprises records created and collected by James Morrison primarily documenting his oral history research of northern Nigerian communities between 1970-1976, including the Heipang, Riyom, Bachit, Ropp, Kuru and Irrigwe peoples. Record types include field notes; research notebooks; essays; manuscript drafts and a bound copy of Morrison's doctoral thesis; bibliographic files; correspondence; secondary published materials and reports; cassette recordings of oral interviews, speeches, singing and music; photographs related to the Jos Plateau; and a small number of maps.
Fonds comprises Murray Brown's research and teaching-related records, including notes, annotated drafts of papers, presentations and reports, abstracts, correspondence, funding applications and reports, as well as administrative papers and employment records and contracts.
File contains two photographs from the groundbreaking of the rehabilitation hospital in Halifax; typed cutlines that accompany the photographs; correspondence with the Canadian Paraplegic Association and Arthur H. Shears; an article called "A Concept of Rehabilitation" by Herbert S. Talbot; several typed drafts of newspaper articles about the rehabilitation centre; a pamphlet about the Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre; and a document called "Preliminary Report on Planning for Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Center and Faculty of Allied Health Professions Dalhousie University." The file also includes newspaper clippings from the Chronicle-Herald and Mail-Star of articles written by Barbara Hinds about the rehabilitation centre.
Item consists of typed draft manuscript material related to Barbara Hinds articles about the construction and operation of the new Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre, written for the Chronicle Herald and Mail Star between 1975 and 1977.
File contains three spiral bound stenographer's notebooks containing handwritten notes about Halifax landmarks, including the court house, St. George's church, waterfront buildings, West House, Brunswick Street, the old post office, and Province House. Some of the notes are written in shorthand.
File contains handwritten notes, partially in shorthand, written on lined loose leaf paper. The notes appear to be about court proceedings. The file also includes a report of the trial magistrate from the trial of Lorne Edward Pace, who stole a cake that belonged to the Government of Canada in 1964, and a county court docket from September 1964.
Series contains the research notes and diaries of Barbara Hinds. Most of the research notes are written in notebooks and are associated with a particular topic that Hinds wrote newspaper articles about. Some of the research notes are written in shorthand. Most of the diaries are written in notebooks and are logs of Hinds’ travels, especially her trips to the Canadian Arctic. The series also contains three books about shorthand that belonged to Hinds.
Subseries contains records created and collected by Gil Winham during his work as the research consultant for the Sub-committee on the Review of the Special Import Measures Act of the Standing Committee on Finance, for which he was responsible for drafting the Sub-committee report. Records include background papers; government reports; notes; correspondence; manuscript drafts; and a copy of the final report.
Subseries contains records created and collected by Gil Winham during his work on the Erie and Superior Community Project, which analyzed the capacity of ten Ontario communities to manage water quality. This project was initiated by Gil Winham and P.A. Globensky, funded by the Government of Canada, and located at McMaster University, where Winham was teaching. Records types include correspondence; grant applications; research materials; a copy of the final report; and a subsequent analysis of the project data.
File contains research notes compiled by Gilbert Winham in May 1994 related to Mexican economic policy and Chapter 19 of the North American Free Trade Agreement. File includes notes related to lectures by Guillermo Aguilar (May 17) and Gustavo Uruchuto [sp?] (May 23). File also includes clippings.
File contains conference materials collected by Gilbert Winham for the 1998 Academic Council on the United Nations System/American Society of International Law (ACUNS/ASIL) Summer Workshop under the theme "Globalization and Global Governance: Changing Roles for State and Non-State Actors", held at Yale University in late-July and early-August 1998. File includes lecture abstracts, Winham's handwritten notes, and correspondence between Winham, Jean Krasno, and Charlotte Ku.
File includes materials related to Gilbert Winham's participation in negotiation simulations at the Monterey Institute of International Studies Center for Trade and Commercial Diplomacy in spring 1996. File includes a simulation of a meeting of the Japanese cabinet to discuss negotiating the Multilateral Investment Agreement, for the course "Developing a Negotiating Mandate: Trade and Investment", other course/simulation materials, and correspondence between Winham, Geza Feketekuty, and Michael Hart.
File contains Gilbert Winham's research notes and promotional material for a Dalhousie Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences "CrossCurrents" panel and discussion titled "Seattle and the Future of the State: The World Trade Organization, Globalization and the New Millennium", held at the MacMechan Room in the Killam Memorrial Library on February 9, 2000. Panelists included Winham, Dr. Pauline Gardiner Barber, Elizabeth May, and Catherin Schittecatte. File includes a promotional poster for the event. File also includes a review of the panel discssion drafted by Antoni Wysocki.
File includes the complete transcript of the 1995 Conference on the "Multilateral Trade Regime in the Twenty-first Century: Structural Issues", including papers and comments, of which Gilbert Winham attended and presented at, at Columbia University, New York. File includes Winham's speaking notes on the role of the World Trade Organization as it relates to Chapter 19 of the North American Free Trade Agreement. File also includes correspondence between Winham, Sylvia Ostry, and David Leebron.
File contains Gilbert Winham's 2002 ISA Annual Convention conference materials. The conference took place in New Orleans, Louisiana in March 2002. Winham was one of the chairs of the preliminary program. Winham also served as a discussant for Erik Beukel's presentation "Trade Politics Between Materialist and Postmaterialist Values: Conflicts over the Trade and Environment Issue in WTO". File also includes correspondence between Winham and Suzanne Werner and David R. Davis.
File contains lecture notes for Gilbert Winham's presentation "The GATT Uruguay Round: Further Departures from the Traditional Model of International Negotiation", given at Simon Fraser University in October 2000, the Woodrow Wilson International Centre in November 2001, and the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution in March 2002.
File contains research data and notes related to Gilbert Winham's researching of the article "Developing Theories of Foreign Policy Making: A Case Study of Foreign Aid", compiled in 1969 while employed at McMaster University. The article eventually appeared in the Feb 1970 issue of The Journal of Politics (32:1, pp. 41-70).
File contains handwritten presentation notes compiled by Gilbert Winham for a lecture he delivered at El Colegio de México Centro de Estudios Internacionales during the "Evaluación del TLCAN a Cuatro Años de Distancia" conference in Miércoles on May 27, 1998. Winham's lecture was titled "NAFTA at Four : A Canadian Perspective". File also includes notes on Horacio Sobarzo's lecture "El TLCAN y el entorno macroeconómico en México".
File contains conference materials for the one-day conference of the Halifax Branch of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs (CIIA) and the Halifax Dialogues Committee at Saint Mary's University on February 1, 2003, with the theme "Canada Looks Abroad: The Atlantic Canadian Perspective". Winham appeared as a panelist in the third plenary session on International Trade and Development. File includes research notes and correspondence.
File contains an online of a talk given by Gilbert Winham to 27 visiting senior officials from the Chinese State Economic and Trade Commission (SETC), at the Dalhousie Law School in Halifax on October 28, 2002. The topic covered international trade and law, antidumping and countervailing legislation, and trade dispute management. File also contains correspondence between Winham and Lei Yan, Artan Spahiu, and Winnie Fung.
File contains a typed lecture written by Gilbert Winham and delivered at the Meeting of the Canadian Swedish Business Association in Halifax on June 5, 1997. Winham's lecture was titled "NAFTA: The Canadian Advantage". File also includes correspondence from Kaj Nielsen.
File contains drafts of a typed lecture written by Gilbert Winham and delivered at the "Europe, North America and Asia Pacific: Cooperation or Conflict?" conference in Calgary, October 24-25, 1997. Winham's lecture was titled "Regionalism and the Evolving Global Trade System". File also includes correspondence between Winham and Donald Barry.
File contains the text of a lecture delivered by Gilbert Winham at the CTPL Workshop on Canada/US Institutional Issues at Carleton University on September 22, 2003. The title of Winham's lecture was "Institutional Challenges Arising from Deepening Canada-US Economic Integration". File also includes handwritten notes from other lectures.
File contains preliminary handwritten notes compiled by Gilbert Winham relating to American motives and their foreign aid programmes, written in the early 1970s. File also includes annotated articles (footnote list states at earliest after 1970).
File contains lecture notes compiled by Gilbert Winham for a talk organized by The Center for North American Studies at Duke University titled "Globalization & the International Trade Regime", given on April 14, 1999.
File contains preliminary handwritten notes compiled by Gilbert Winham relating to American motives and their foreign aid programmes, written in the early 1970s. File also includes portions of a typed draft chapter (footnote list states at earliest after 1972).