Fonds contains records created by the Nova Scotia Grain and Forage Commission. Records include the Nova Scotia Grain and Forage Commission Forage Centre Background and Specifics (1984-1994), "Start-up", an operational policy, financial records, meeting minutes, membership information, and correspondence, created between 1976-1995. The Commission underwent several name changes from 1977-1994: Provincial Grain Commission / Nova Scotia Grains Commission / Nova Scotia Grain Marketing Board / Grain and Forage Commission / Forage Council.
File contains Nova Scotia Grain and Forage Commission "Start-up" records, including Memorandum of Understanding, GFNS management agreement, GFNS general manager position description, GFNS five year plan, Commission F94 and F95 statements & annual report, Commission & Marketing Board five year reviews, miscellaneous financials from 1994-1995.
File contains one banner produced by the Gay and Lesbian Association of Nova Scotia. Banner is made of a white bedsheet, and features the words "GALA N.S." painted in large black letters above the words "Gay and Lesbian Association" painted in purple, over a background of coloured paint splatters.
File contains one hand-painted banner produced by the Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA) for the 1995 Halifax Pride parade. Banner is painted on a white piece of fabric, and features pink text outlined in black that reads "PRIDE '95". Banner also features two black circles filled with pink triangles on either side of the text.
File contains one banner for Atlantic Provinces Political Lesbians for Equality (APPLE), used in a Halifax Pride parade. Banner is made of a white bedsheet with black fabric letters reading "APPLE" sewn on.
File contains one hand-painted banner. Banner is made of a white bedsheet decorated with a pink maple leaf and glitter glue with text that reads "CODCO" in the centre. Banner is was likely produced in relation to the Newfound-based comedy troupe CODCO's participation in the 1992 Halifax Pride parade.
File contains one hand-painted banner made of white cotton fabric cover in purple handprints and other colourful brush marks, and featuring the acronym "CODCO" in black text painted over a large pink triangle. The banner was likely produced in relation to the Newfoundland-based comedy troupe CODCO's participation in the 1992 Halifax Pride parade.
File contains one banner produced by the Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA), then called the Gay Alliance for Equality, for the 1985 pride march. The banner is made of white fabric, and is drawn in the style of a Gaezette article. The banner features a drawing of a person standing in front of a windmill proclaiming with a headline that reads "Send a Dyke to Holland".
File contains one printed banner produced by the Gay and Lesbian Association for Halifax Pride Week 1992. Banner is a piece of white fabric printed with black text that read "WE ARE FAMILY—HALIFAX PRIDE WEEK 1992", featuring a large image of a pink triangle overlayed four interlocked venus and mars symbols.
File contains one hand-painted banner produced by the Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA). Banner is made from a brown piece of fabric and a white piece of fabric sewn together, and painted with black text that reads "Every person is free & equal in dignity & rights — NS Human Rights Act".
File contains one hand-painted banner produced by the Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA). Banner is a white piece of fabric that features black and red text that reads "STRAIGHT but NOT NARROW" over top of a pink triangle.
File contains one handmade banner produced by the Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA). Banner is a tie-dyed piece of white fabric with handwritten text in marker that reads "In Memoriam—Killed by Nazis—Killed by AIDS—Killed by Halifax—QUEER BASHERS", with tombstones drawn next to each line of text displaying the years during which members of the LGBT community were killed by each respectively entity.
File contains one white banner produced by the Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA) for the 1990 Halifax Pride parade featuring the text "We are family! Lesbian and Gay Pride 1990" and two interlocking venus symbols painted in overlapping black and pink text.
Subseries contains correspondence and reports created and maintained by Gil Winham during his tenure as Director of the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies (1975-1982); correspondence regarding the Department of Philosophy; correspondence regarding the DFA during 1978 contract negotiations; and Winham's annual faculty reports for 1980-2001.
This volume consists of the Certificate of Incorporation; a memorandum of association; the Articles of Association; the shareholders' Resolution; registers; ledgers and minutes of the Board of Directors and financial statements. This volume also contains examples of share certificates.
File consists of letters of Bruce Oland regarding the Sackville Sports Stadium building fund. Includes a funding proposal package detailing the demographic, social and economic conditions of the Lower Sackville, N.S. area.
Series contains correspondence, field notes, meeting minutes, presentation slides, and photographs related to Ron O'Dor's early-career research into cephalopoda behaviour, feeding practices of bivalve larvae in zero gravity environments, and other mollusca and marine biology projects.
Fonds consists of reports and studies on Nova Scotia farming and marketing between 1924-1990. It also includes papers, correspondence, photographs, a newspaper article, and signs created and collected by Gordon Kinsman during his research of berries in Nova Scotia between 1965 and 1991.
Subseries contains newsletters, newspapers, reports of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College Alumni Association, and reports related to alumni, campus, and agriculture created and collected between 1920-1983.
File contains acetate negatives for posters for the You Are Here Women's and Men's Dance, A Fantasy in Black and White New Year's gala, and Winter's Solstice Men's and Women's Dance events at Rumours bar.
File contains acetate negatives for posters for events held at Rumours bar. Events include The Birthday Bash, held in 1993; New Years Party; and the Black Magic Ball Men's Dance / Girlz Just Wanna Have Fun Women's Dance.
File contains GayLine volunteer application form and information sheet for volunteers, a press release celebrating GayLine's 20th anniversary, one blank call sheet, one list of GayLines across Canada, and correspondence from a GayLine caller.
File contains gay help line training session materials, including recommended readings and community resources, training schedules, one help line training manual, and one booklet of materials relating to crisis intervention.
Fonds contains records created and collected by Ronald O'Dor in the course of his work as a marine biologist based at Dalhousie University, predominantly materials generated by the two major research projects: Census of Marine Life (CoML) and Ocean Tracking Network (OTN). Record types include research data, teaching materials, publications, manuscripts, correspondence, and committee and meeting minutes.
Series contains administrative records for the GayLine, established in 1972. GayLine was renamed to the Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Line in 1994. Materials in this series include GayLine monthly and annual reports; call logs and templates; staff notebooks; correspondence; memos, minutes, and a certificate of incorporation relating to the name change; and notes.