Item is a transcript of an interview with Stanley MacEachern. The interview was conducted by Anna Quon at the Belmont House on August 20, 2010. This was the first interview conducted as part of the Canadian Mental Health Association Halifax-Dartmouth Branch's Our Voices Matter Project. The interview touches on a wide range of topics, including Stanley's childhood in Oshawa, Ontario, life in Nova Scotia, experiences with depression and medication, work and travels, and other aspects of his personal life.
File contains letters sent from John Northrup and Sons to Joseph O'Brien. John Northrup and Sons was a merchant based in Halifax, Nova Scotia during the nineteenth century. The company sold flour, fish, groceries, liquors, dry goods, and other materials. The correspondence pertains to business matters of various vessels, including the barques "Janet" and "Lucknow."
Item is the second issue of the newsletter Voice, published in April 1977 by the Gay Alliance for Equality. Voice was published by Marni Dowe and organized by the Voice Committee, which consisted of Robin Metcalfe, Deborah Trask, and Anne Fulton. Susan Longard was the typist. This issue addresses media discrimination of gays and provided coverage of other news and events. The issue contains submissions by Jim McSwain, Robin Metcalfe, Mary Ann Mancini, Anne Fulton, and Bob Stout.
File contains a press release that announces a picket to protest the management of the Jury Room Lounge, which had been refusing service to the gay and lesbian community. File also contains a letter to members of the Gay Alliance for Equality regarding a 1975 citation to recognize exceptional service by the Movement for Citizens' Voice and Action to promote the equality of lesbians and gay men.
File contains a report presented to H.C. Clark. The report led to the formation of the Indigenous Blacks & Mi'kmaq (IB&M) Initiative at the Schulich School of Law in 1989. The initiative was launched to increase representation of Indigenous Blacks and Mi'kmaq in the legal profession in order to reduce discrimination.
File contains meeting minutes and background documents from 1991 meetings of the Executive Committee. Also included are several background documents, including a corporate plan, a draft policy paper on marine transportation and ports management, the International Centre for Ocean Development (ICOD) fellowships, project summaries, and other items.
File contains appointments of International Centre for Ocean Development (ICOD) positions (namely of Elisabeth Mann Borgese as Chairperson) by the Canadian government. Also included are banking, salary and ICOD committee resolutions.
File contains information about the International Centre for Ocean Development (ICOD)'s budgets and expenditures. Included are budgets, corporate plans, financial projects, documents about expenditure reviews, a copy of a policy concerning the allocation of administrative costs, a resolution concerning ICOD salaries, among other financial documents.
File contains a copy of a report, examining deficiencies and outlining solutions, pertaining to the corporate operations of the International Centre for Ocean Development (ICOD). The report was commissioned for the Board members, as a result of a request from the Audit and Evaluation Committee.
For meagre details concerning this engineer, as also concerning Gargas, compare the records found in the Introduction. The date of this record differs slightly from that of the official copy of his report in Paris. A later comparison may prove of interest to the reader.
The manuscript is written on fourteen folio pages and is signed at the end by Gargas, who was Chief Assistant to the Intendant. In this second doument he mentions each place visited and described the country in a most interesting manner.
Possibly a copy. These manuscripts came from the west coast of France, and represent originals, not existing in any of the great libraries of either Europe or America. The original manuscripts comprise ten pages.
This manuscript is principally concerned with the problem of the French who remained in the province after its cession to England at the Treaty of Utrecht...A considerable amount of space is also occupied in setting forth the natural advantages of Nova Scotia, as an inducement to the authorities in England to take action. (From typed note accompanying letter.)
Three financial documents; one for a transaction between John Anderson Jannet Kellock, one between James Dinwiddie and Geo Hampton and one regarding loans made by William Boyd to three individuals. The papers are dated November 29, 1794 to April 24, 1809.