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Prison receipts

File consists of receipts Betty Krawczyk received while at the Burnaby Correctional Centre for Women and the Alouette Correctional Centre for Women. Included in the file are: transfer cash to telephone forms, trust account slips, message forms, trust fund statements, request forms, canteen receipts, Government of British Columbia receipts, internal request forms, pink request forms, canteen request forms, emergency procedures forms, and earnings reports.

[Forms and studies]

File consists of information from studies conducted while Betty Krawczyk was in prison. The file includes: transcript and signed consent for interviews conducted between Betty Krawczyk and Tiffany Madden, transfer cash to telephone forms, canteen request forms, and a consent form for a University of British Columbia study on ACCW inmate health issues.

[Betty Krawczyk v. Peter Kiewit Sons Co.]

File consists of records regarding the Supreme Court of British Columbia case between Betty Krawczyk and Peter Kiewit Son Co. et al. File includes: reports titled “Provincial Defendants’ Outline Rule 18A,” “Pleadings and Authorities of Sea to Sky Highway Investment Limited Partnership,” “Reasons for Judgment,” and “Supplementary Written Submissions of Kevin Falcon, Minister of Transportation on British Columbia v. Zastowny.” File also contains a bound volume containing exhibits for the court case.

[Affidavit and documents]

File consists of records in relation to the Supreme Court of British Columbia’s case between Betty Krawczyk and her Majesty the Queen in Right of the Province of British Columbia. File contains an affidavit and exhibit documents.

[Court of Appeal]

File consists of proceedings from the Court of Appeal, including transcripts from the court case, a list of demands for documents, computer printed photographs, photocopied correspondence, and notices.

Response of Betty Krawczyk + affidavit

File consists of two copies of court documents related to the Supreme Court of British Columbia case between Betty Krawczyk and Peter Kiewit Sons Co. et al. File contains replies and affidavits.

Old affidavits

File consists of three affidavits made by Betty Krawczyk in regards to her Supreme Court of British Columbia case against Peter Kiewit Sons Co. et al.

Work zone accidents

File consists of research regarding workplace safety. File includes a report titled “Work Zone Safety Task Force Meeting,” and four printed online articles titled “A Laborer Dies in a Street Work Zone after Being Backed Over by a Dump Truck,” “Work Zone-Related Deaths, Oklahoma, July 1997-December 12006,” “A Construction Inspector Dies After Being Backed Over by a Ten-wheel Asphalt Dump Truck,” and “A Road Construction Worker Was Killed When He Was Run Over by an Asphalt Dump Truck.”

P3s – Michael Demus, Sea to Sky, Sullivan

File consists of five printed online articles and user comments from The Tyee and the Government of British Columbia website. File includes user comments from the article “Who Will Revive BC’s Forests?”, and printed copies of the “2007/08 – 2009/10 Service Plan from the Ministry of Transportation,” “An Introduction to Public Private Partnerships,” “World’s P3 Kings Bid in BC,” and “The Hidden, Huge Costs of ‘P3’ Projects.”

C-Pow

File consists of flyers, correspondence, mandates, and online print-outs regarding the activities of the Canadian Party of Women.

C-Pow

File consists of a booklet titled “Pacific Vision: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom,” a report detailing the mandate of The Canadian Party of Women titled “Focus on Women,” a photocopy of a cash receipt for the YWCA of Vancouver, and handwritten notes.

[Elaho Earth First]

File consists of reports from the Earth First! Press Office, led by the Elaho Earth First community activism group. Included is a description of the group and its press office, three news releases, and an envelope.

[Flyers, correspondence and ephemera]

File consists of flyers on the CASSANDRA Project, free markets, Women in the Woods, Lystistrata, Greenpeace, Canadian Party of Women, and Wilderness Committee. Postcards, outgoing correspondence, and print-outs of e-mails are included in the file. File also contains ephemera, including fake money titled “Women’s Bucks,” a paper flag for a general strike in British Columbia, and “Betty” song lyrics.

[Flyers and correspondence]

File consists of flyers, mission statements, a booklet of song lyrics, and print-outs of e-mail correspondence and online photographs. The records provide information on the activities of the following community activism groups and individuals: The Friends of the Clayoquot Sound, the Clayoquot Arrestees, Stephen Bradley, and Women in the Woods.

[Flyers, mission statement, and booklet]

File consists of a flyer for a protest held by Betty Krawczyk, Women in the Woods, Forest Action Network, and BC Pathways; the Women in the Woods’ mission statement; and a booklet regarding the protection of the Upper Elaho created by AwareWhistler.org.

[Pamphlet, booklet, and notes]

File consists of a pamphlet for lawyer referral services, online print-outs of Shakespeare’s Henry V, notes regarding POPs (Persistent Organic Pollutants), protest song lyrics, and a booklet titled “Synchronoptical World History Chart” which provides information on the history of the world.

Momentos

File consists of print-outs of online articles, correspondence, and many handwritten pages written by Betty Krawczyk to local community activism groups.

[Newsletters]

File consists of newsletters from various community activism groups. Included are: December 2000 and November 2003 editions of the E.L.P. Newsletter (Earth Liberation Prisoners Support Network), Free Betty, and Anarchist Black Cross – Dijon English Edition Newsbulletin. Some of the newsletters are accompanied by the envelopes in which Betty Krawczyk received them in. The file provides information on the activities of various organizations.

[Publications]

File consists of a newspaper clipping of a Letter to the Editor regarding Kevin Falcon threatening Eagleridge protesters, May and September 2007 editions of “The Advocate,” and a 2005 calendar titled “Coalition to Save Eagleridge Bluffs at Horseshoe Bay.”

Sisele

File consists of flyers, a mission statement, handwritten speech notes, correspondence and a press release regarding the activities of Women in the Woods. Other records include: a booklet titled “Save the Mountains,” minutes for the Cheam Elders’ Meeting, a flyer for the protest against Sun Peaks, and protest song lyrics.

[Speech and petition]

File consists of a petition to stop oil and gas development off of Canada’s Pacific coast and correspondence containing speech notes related to a community activism gathering against Gordon Campbell’s Liberal government.

[Women and labour parties]

File consists of a flyer for Lysistrata, handwritten notes regarding the Canadian Party of Women’s meeting, a flyer on Interfor’s logging activities, a pamphlet titled “Reducing Your Risk: A Guide to Avoiding Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals,” a 2001 calendar titled “Solidarity Forever,” and a 1998 calendar titled “Focus on Women.”

[Women in the Woods]

File consists of a membership list containing the name, address, phone number and e-mail address for each member; a pamphlet titled “Fury for the Sound: The Women at Clayoquot;” an advertisement for “Marker of Change: The Story of the Women’s Monument;” a draft of Lysistrata’s mandate; and an evaluation form.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of letters of correspondence, envelopes, and greeting cards addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File also contains postcards, lists of addresses, handwritten notes, Christmas greetings, notes from children, and birthday cards. The correspondence is from Krawczyk’s family members, friends, and other individuals in North America and Europe.

[Incoming correspondence, undated]

File consists of letters of correspondence, greeting cards, and postcards addressed to Betty Krawczyk. The majority of correspondence is from the United Kingdom. File also includes a brown paper bread bag that has been signed by many people and is decorated with drawings of trees.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of letters of correspondence and greeting cards addressed to Betty Krawczyk. Accompanying materials include a calendar and envelopes. The correspondence originates from Canada and Europe.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File includes a fax cover sheet listing numerous people’s addresses, greeting cards, postcards, and handwritten and typed letters of correspondence. Many of the items are from the United Kingdom and Germany.

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