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Administrative records, financial records, correspondence, press releases, and research fund committee records

File contains AIDS Nova Scotia internal reports, financial statements, memos and correspondence, press releases, and meeting agendas. File also contains background information on the ANS research fund and guidelines for applicants, agendas, minutes and reports from research fund advisory committee.

Administrative records, project proposals, and financial records

File contains AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia [ACNS] administrative records, including meeting agendas and minutes, notes, memos and correspondence, and job descriptions. File also contains ACNS project proposals and objectives, financial statements and budgets, as well as memos and a membership application related to Safe Harbour Metropolitan Community Church in Halifax.

Administrative records, project proposals, reports, and correspondence

File contains administrative records of the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia [ACNS] board of directors, including including meeting agendas and minutes, internal reports, memos and correspondence, and job descriptions. File also contains project proposals and summaries. Many materials discuss recent changes to the structure of ACNS.

Administrative records, project proposals, reports, and notes

File contains File contains AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia [ACNS] administrative records, including meeting agendas and minutes, memos and correspondence, by-laws and other policies, strategic planning materials, organizational overviews, related notes, and a memorandum of association. File also contains project proposals and background information, working group notes, reports, and conference proceedings.

AIDS Nova Scotia [ANS] / Metro Area Committee on AIDS [MACAIDS]

Series contains administrative records of AIDS Nova Scotia, established in 1984 as the Metro Area Committee on AIDS [MACAIDS] and changing its name to AIDS Nova Scotia [ANS] in 1991. ANS was a non-profit advocacy organization for persons living with HIV/AIDS, incorporated in 1986. AIDS Nova Scotia merged with the Nova Scotia Persons With AIDS Coalition in 1995 to form the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia. Materials in series include meeting notices, minutes, and agendas; memos, correspondence, and press releases; strategic planning materials; budgets and financial statements; internal and external reports; policies, guidelines, and bylaws; and notes, among others.

AIDS Nova Scotia

AIDS telethon materials ; Atlantic AIDS Foundation records

File contains project proposals, memos, correspondence, meeting agendas and minutes, notes, and other planning materials related to the 1992 AIDS Telethon and the formation of it's beneficiary organization the Atlantic AIDS Foundation. File also contains administrative records of the Atlantic AIDS Foundation, including a memorandum of association and by-laws.

AIDS-Link records

Series contains materials related to AIDS-LINK, a volunteer-based project operated by CARAS to institute interfaith pastoral services for persons living with HIV/AIDS. The project was launched in 1996 and ceased operations in the early 2000s.

AIDS-related health and legal advocacy

Series contains materials produced or collected as part of Larry Baxter's involvement with community HIV/AIDS organizations in Nova Scotia, including AIDS Nova Scotia [formerly MACAIDS], the Nova Scotia Persons With AIDS Coalition [NSPWAC], and the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia [ACNS]. Materials in this series document health and legal advocacy efforts for persons with HIV/AIDS, including research, lobbying, and community events.

Atlantic AIDS Network administrative records

File contains administrative records related to the formation and operations of the Atlantic AIDS Network. Materials include planning materials, memos and correspondence, mandates and membership criteria, meeting minutes and agendas, reports, and notes.

Atlantic AIDS Network meeting materials

File contains materials related to Atlantic AIDS Network meeting, held November 23-25 1990 in St John's Newfoundland. Materials include notes, correspondence and memos, planning materials, discussion documents, reference materials, and meeting proceedings including agendas, minutes, and reports.

Board of directors records, 1986-1989

File contains administrative records produced by the Metro Area Committee on AIDS [MACAIDS] board of directors from 1988-1989. Materials include meeting agendas and minutes, memos and correspondence, strategic planning materials, by-laws and internal policies, financial statements, reports and recommendations, project proposals and planning materials, grant applications, committee documents, and notes.

Board of directors records, 1989-1992

File contains administrative records produced by the AIDS Nova Scotia [ANS] board of directors from 1989-1992. Materials include meeting agendas and minutes, memos and correspondence, strategic planning materials, reports and recommendations, financial statements, committee documents, job descriptions and applications, workshop materials, event planning materials, press releases, and notes. File also contains records from the joint steering committee for ANS and the Nova Scotia Persons With AIDS Coalition from 1991-1992, including agendas, minutes, and notes.

Board of directors records, 1992-1994

File contains administrative records produced by the AIDS Nova Scotia [ANS] board of directors from 1993-1994. Materials include meeting agendas and minutes, memos and correspondence, strategic planning materials, internal policies, reports and recommendations, budgets and financial statements, and notes. File also contains records from the joint steering committee for ANS and the Nova Scotia Persons With AIDS Coalition from 1992-1994, including agendas, minutes, and notes.

Commission of inquiry on the blood system in Canada records

File contains materials related to the Commission of Inquiry on the Blood System in Canada, also known as the Krever inquiry. Materials include lists of witnesses and parties granted standing and counsel, court procedures, schedules, media guidelines, background information on key players, memos, and correspondence.

Executive committee records, 1987-1989

File contains Metro Area Committee on AIDS executive meeting records, including agendas and minutes, notes, memos and correspondence, internal reports, terms of reference, and other administrative materials from 1987-1989. File also contains budgets, financial statements, and job descriptions.

Executive committee records, 1989-1990

File contains AIDS Nova Scotia executive committee records, including meeting agendas and minutes, notes, memos and correspondence, and other administrative materials from 1989-1990. File also contains agendas, minutes, and schedules for other AIDS-related meetings and events, background information regarding other AIDS initiatives, research surveys and interview questions produced by the Persons With AIDS Coalition, and internal policies and guidelines.

Executive committee records, 1990-1991

File contains AIDS Nova Scotia executive committee records, including meeting agendas and minutes, notes, memos and correspondence, internal reports, strategies and contingency plans, and a mission statement. File also contains fundraising guidelines, job descriptions, financial records.

Executive committee records, 1991-1994

File contains AIDS Nova Scotia executive committee records, including meeting agendas and minutes, notes, memos, and other meeting materials from 1991-1994. File also contains planning materials for ANS fundraisers, and internal guidelines.

Executive committee records, 1991-1994 ; volunteer materials

File contains AIDS Nova Scotia executive committee records, including memos and correspondence, minutes and agendas, financial statements and budgets, strategic planning recommendations, and notes. File also contains volunteer scripts and recognition guidelines.

Henry Davies Hicks' Royal Canadian Artillery insignia and buttons

File includes two West Nova Scotia Regiment Canada flashes (badges); two West Nova Scotia Regiment bronze collar dogs; one Royal Canadian Artillery cap badge; two rank epaulet sleeves (slip-ons) with felt rank badges for captain; six loose felt rank badges, enough for the rank of captain; six loose metal rank badges, enough for the rank of captain; nine 2.5 cm (1 inch) Royal Canadian Artillery buttons; two 1.75 cm (3/4 inch) Royal Canadian Artillery buttons; ten 1.5 cm (5/8 inch) Royal Canadian Artillery buttons; 1 bronze flaming grenade pin; two ribbons for medals (War medal, 1939-1945, and the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with bar); two 1 cm maple leaves for Canadian Volunteer Service Medal augmentation; three red felt patches used as pads for cap badges; two Canada flashes (badges); two black RCA flashes (badges); four blue RCA flashes (badges): and, one 9 x 18 cm cotton bag used to hold all of the military insignia.

HIV/AIDS fundraisers and events

Sub-series contains records of fundraisers and other events hosted by CARAS and other Halifax-based organizations promoting causes related to HIV/AIDS. Materials include promotional materials, programs, pamphlets, memos, correspondence, and planning documents.

Churchmembers Assembled to Respond to Aids

Larry Baxter fonds

  • MS-15-9
  • Fonds
  • 1969-2018
Fonds contains materials collected by Halifax-based AIDS activist Larry Baxter. Materials in fonds document Baxter's involvement or interactions with a variety of Nova Scotian AIDS-related organizations, including Churchmembers Assembled to Respond to AIDS [CARAS], AIDS Nova Scotia [ANS], and the Nova Scotia Persons with AIDS Coalition. These materials include administrative and financial records, internal and external reports, memos and correspondence, proposals and planning materials, workshop materials, and reference materials. Fonds also contains Baxter's collection of news clippings covering a broad range of LGBT and AIDS-related issues, and his collection of pamphlets regarding AIDS-related issues and concerns.

Baxter, Larry

Lobbying materials, press releases, and correspondence

File contains regarding correspondence, memos, press releases, and lobbying materials regarding AIDS education, advocacy, and the proposed inclusion of protections based on sexual orientation to the Nova Scotia Human Rights Code.

Marginal Work World Research Program

Series comprises records created and collected by Richard Apostle documenting his work in the Marginal Work World Research Program, an interdisciplinary and long-term examination of employment and work settings in the Maritime provinces carried out through the Institute of Public Affairs, Dalhousie University. Richard Apostle's research focused on two projects: the General Segmentation Survey, which involved the collection and analysis of private sector employment data across the Maritimes; and the longitudinal Morphology Survey, which sampled low-wage establishments across Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, and included managerial personnel and employee interviews. Record types include secondary readings and notes; datasets; agreements; recorded interview and transcripts; manuscripts and published papers; meeting records; and correspondence and memoranda.

Men Who Have Sex With Men Project materials

File contains materials related to the Men Who Have Sex With Men Project, a joint research project organized by the Canadian AIDS Society, supported by the Nova Scotia Persons With AIDS Coalition and the Atlantic AIDS Network. Materials include reports, recommendations, correspondence, memos, job descriptions and submissions, notes, press releases, strategic plans, and reference materials.

Men Who Have Sex With Men Project materials

File contains materials related to the Men Who Have Sex With Men Project, including memos and correspondence, project proposals, progress reports, pamphlets, and reference materials.

Morphology Project follow-up

File includes Lars Osberg, "The Aims and Costs of a Follow-up Survey to the General Segmentation Survey or, The Costs and Benefits of Even More Data"; "Morphology Establishment Follow up"; handwritten notes; and a memorandum from Don Clairmont to members of the MWW Research Group with the subject line: "Follow-up Survey (big bang)."

Nova Scotia Association of Garden Clubs fonds

  • MS-14-50
  • Fonds
  • 1954-2015

Fonds contains Nova Scotia Association of Garden Clubs history updates from 1954 to 2014, and a NSAGC handbook. Also included are job advertisements,n organizational chart for the Horticulture and Biology Services Division of the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Marketing, and 'Cultivating garden friends : history of gardening in Nova Scotia 1850-2000' by Barbara Morton published by the Nova Scotia Association of Gardening Clubs.

The Nova Scotia Association of Garden Clubs became an entity in 1954 as the result of the work of the Rural Beautification Project Committee. In 1944, the Rural Beautification Committee was appointed by the Honorable John A. MacDonald, minister of Agriculture, to come up with a plan for rural beautification projects. Mr. Nick Jankov, a Landscape Specialist, began working with the Agricultural Representatives, Women’s Institutes, Home and School Associations and Service Clubs, to begin formulating a long term plan for Rural Beautification around the province.

The Nova Scotia Association of Garden Clubs (NSAGC) is made up of garden clubs and horticultural societies from all areas of Nova Scotia. The NSAGC is the coordinating body for organized gardening groups in the province and is guided by an elected board of directors, whose members come from the different districts of Nova Scotia. The district representative, also known as the district director, serves as the link between the individual clubs and the NSAGC board.

The main objective of the NSAGC is to promote the general landscape beautification of the Province of Nova Scotia, by promoting community beautification and encouraging the formation of horticultural groups (garden clubs) which will procure interest in all phases of home gardening and ornamental horticulture in their areas.

Organizational development materials

File contain materials documenting organizational development at AIDS Nova Scotia. Materials include evaluation criteria, evaluation workshop agendas and materials, and related memos and correspondence; current program summaries, goals, and objectives; strategic consultation background information, staff submissions, and summaries; one copy of the final edition of the Strategies for the 90s strategic plan; and funding application guidelines.

Police organization, training standards and practices in Nova Scotia : analytic statement, research design and budget / Richard Apostle

File includes related correspondence and memos regarding Richard Apostle's police study in connection with the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution; the Opening Statement by Chief Justice T. Alexander Hickman; policing and population data; a handwritten agenda for a meeting between Briggs, Clairmont and Stenning; and several page of notes and questions.

Project proposal, resource lists, event invitations, correspondence, and needs assessment results

File contains one proposal submitted by MACAIDS to the Secretary of State, resource lists compiled by the Metro Area Committee on AIDS, memos and correspondence, press releases, event invitations, one copy of AIDS educators' meeting needs assessment results, and a schedule for the 4th annual AIDS Educator's Conference

Promotional process for the police forces of the Province of Nova Scotia

File also includes memos to Sydney police officers; an agreement between the Board of Police Commissioners and the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 758 (Police Department); newspaper clippings; a memorandum summarizing Richard Apostle's report on the Sydney Police Force, 1971; and research notes.

Public Policing in Nova Scotia

Series comprises records created or collected by Richard Apostle documenting his research on public policing in Nova Scotia for the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution. Record types include correspondence; interview transcripts; provincial police department and RCMP surveys; police officer information sheets; police training manuals and annual reports; statistics; newspaper clippings and secondary research materials; and a response by the Canadian government to the inquiry and reports.

Records regarding CARAS survey of churches and faith groups

File contains materials regarding a CARAS survey of churches and religious groups to identify attitudes towards individuals with HIV/AIDS and faith groups' involvement with CARAS or other HIV/AIDS support programs. Materials include the survey report, correspondence, memos, minutes, and notes.

Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution, volume 52

File contains a court transcript of the testimony of William Urquhart; handwritten notes by Richard Apostle regarding the Sydney police witnesses; a memorandum by Richard Apostle summarizing the relevant information from testimony before the Commission about the Sydney Police Force in 1971; and a memo to Richard Apostle from John E.S. Briggs outlining a "roadmap" to the testimony of Sydney Police witnesses.

Speakers bureau materials

File contains materials related to the activities of the AIDS Nova Scotia speakers bureau. Includes speakers bureau updates, agendas and minutes, internal reports, pamphlets, reference and training materials for speakers, memos, and correspondence.