File contains incoming letters and copies of outgoing letters between Budge Wilson and Olive Dickason, women's editor at the Globe and Mail. The file also contains correspondence between Wilson and Elda Bolton at the Institute of Child Study at the University of Toronto.
File contains documents, pamphlets, notes, and operating budgets from AIDS-specific Hospice programs across Canada and the United States including Casey House in Toronto, Barrett House in Toronto, and The Shanti Project in San Francisco. File also contains pamphlets regarding workshops and resources for people with AIDS, and correspondence to the Attorney General regarding a list of directors.
File contains documents regarding amendments to Ontario's Bill 7 which would include sexual orientation as a prohibited ground of discrimination, documents regarding the Right to Privacy law in Ontario, pamphlets regarding anti-discrimination, and correspondence regarding anti-discrimination and support for the amendments.
File contains briefs from the Coalition for Gay Rights Ontario regarding the inclusion of LGBT+ individuals in the Human Rights Code. File also contains a newprint paper containing information on Gay Rights and information on LGBT+ people.
Item, a photograph, has a duplicate copy that can be found in MS-2-202, Box 54, Folder 32. The photograph was taken after Raddall was presented with the Medal of Service, Order of Canada. The former head of the C.B.C., Mr Arnold Davidson Dunton, is standing to the left of Raddall, and behind Mrs. Michener is the Secretary of the Order of Canada, Mr Esmond Butler.
Item, a photograph, is contained in a folder produced by the Maid of the Mist tourism boat. The folder provides the local lore of the region, points of interest within the Parks of Niagara, and details of the tour company's operations.
Item, a photograph, has a stamp marking it copyright to Canadian Bookseller on the reverse side. The autographing party took place in the book department of Simpson's in Toronto, where Raddall met the two women who were either married or working in Toronto.
Item, a photograph, has a stamp marking it copyright to the Province of Ontario Department of Lands & Forests on the reverse side. Grey Owl stands in the middle of the photograph, with James Espaniel on his left, and Gordon Longevin on his right. The date indicates this was near the beginning of Grey Owl's "Indian masquerade".
File contains records pertaining to Crossing species boundaries, co-written with Jason Scott Robert and presented at Biointerventions, Inter-generational Justice and the Re-invention of the Human, CIAR Workshop, Toronto, ON, 7-8 March, 2003.
File contains twenty-six railway passes from 1942 and 1943 documenting travel for members of the Bill Lynch Shows. Destinations and departure points include Halifax, Saint John, Toronto, Bridgewater, Yarmouth, Lawrencetown, Newcastle, Moncton, New Glasgow, and Sydney. All the tickets are first class, except for the three in 1951, which are coach. There are three tickets each for: July 25, 1943, September 4, 1943, September 25, 1943, October 4, 1943, and September 17, 1951. There are two tickets for August 12, 1943. There is one ticket each for September 8, 1942, and September 16, 1943.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features an interview with Donald Martin, a Toronto-based writer who wrote "No Blame" and "One Out of Four" about AIDS and male prostitution. The episode was recorded on January 22, 1989.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features two parts: the first is an interview with CKDU's Robert Matthews and Eric Smith (the Cape Sable Island teacher removed after his HIV diagnosis and member of the Provincial AIDS task force) on AIDS testing and its dangers. The second part is an interview with Tom Harpur, a religious writer and former editor of the Toronto Star, speaking with Robert Matthews on his stance on homosexuality as a radical Christian. The episode was recorded on February 22, 1988, and was broadcasted on the same day.
File is an audio reel containing an interview with Phil Shaw of the AIDS Committee of Toronto on Patient Zero (Gaetan Dugas), a Quebec man thought to be the first case of AIDS in the United States. He discusses the fear generated by the fact that Patient Zero lived in Toronto, and Dartmouth from 1977-1979, and journalist Randy Shilts' book claiming that Patient Zero was solely responsible for the spread of AIDS in North America. The interview was conducted by CKDU's Donna Mayer. The episode was recorded on October 15, 1987.
File is an audio reel that contains an episode of From a Different Perspective, a radio program broadcast on CKDU 97.5. This episode is on Kenya, the Kemron Factor, and AIDS. The episode was originally produced by N. Richmond for D.E.C. Radio, Toronto, Ontario. It was rebroadcast on CKDU on December 19, 1990.
File is an audio reel containing an interview in two parts (10 min., 20 sec. and 10 min., 43 sec.) with Leslie Graynor, the Coordinator of the Women and AIDS Project of the AIDS Committee of Toronto. She spoke with CKDU's Brenda Barnes following the Canadian AIDS Society conference on Women and AIDS (March 23 to 24, 1991). The interview aired March 27, 1991 and was rebroadcast March 29, 1991 on Title Waves; April 2, 1991 on The Word is Out; April 4, 1991 at 10:55 am; and April 24, 1991 on Title Waves. Part 2 was also rebroadcast July 23, 1992 on Title Waves.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode is part 1 of 3 featuring "AIDS under apartheid", as well as the lesbian playwright Audrey (now Alec) Butler of Toronto. The episode was recorded on May 7, 1991, and was broadcasted on the same day.
File is an audio reel containing an interview with Kevin Orr of the AIDS Committee of Toronto while he was in Halifax for a meeting of the Canadian Public Health Association the previous year. CKDU's Ken Burke spoke with Orr about the privately managed education groups springing up across the country to inform people about AIDS. The AIDS Committee of Toronto was a model that helped form many others like it, including in Metro Halifax. The episode was recorded on January 14, 1987, and was broadcast on January 20, 1987.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features the Women and AIDS Project in Toronto. The episode was recorded on March 29, 1991, and was broadcasted on April 2, 1991.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features a People With Aids (PWA) coalition interview from Toronto. The episode was recorded on November 13, 1988.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features Donald Martin (a Toronto-based writer who wrote "No Blame" and "One Out of Four", about AIDS and male prostitution) speaking on male prostitution, AIDS, and the gay movement with CKDU's Dan Hart. Martin was also featured in the Dalhousie Student Union's Magnificent Six lecture series that year. The episode was recorded on January 18, 1989, and was broadcasted on January 24, 1989.
File also contains 24 costume designs and two posters related to Brock University's 2002 production of The Rover by Aphra Behn. The production took place Febreuary 14th-16th at the Sean O'Sullivan Theatre and was presented by the Theatre, Dramatic Literature & Drama in Education program at Brock University.
File contains two programs for theatrical performances at the Royal Alexandra Theatre, including "Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare and "Kindling" by Charles Kenyon. File also contains a program for two weeks of performances by the Montreal Opera Company and a program for their performance of "Thais" by Jules Massenet. File also contains a prospectus for a series of benefit concerts for the Hospital for Sick Children and the Toronto Free Hospital for Consumptives.