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Minutes

Series consists of records relating to various meetings associated with the organization. Activities documented include Annual General Meetings; the meetings of several committees, including the Steering Committee, Negotiating Committee, and Coordinating Collective; and meetings of women's centres from across BC / Yukon. Records include minutes, agendas, correspondence, reports, notes and working papers.

Financial records

Series consists of records relating to the Association's management of its financial resources. Activities documented include applying for grants, budgeting, preparing financial statements and tax returns, reporting to funding agencies, and financial auditing. Records include grant applications, income tax returns, financial statements, ledgers, correspondence, reports, agreements, and contracts.

Correspondence

Series consists of records relating to the day-to-day operations of the BC and Yukon Association of Women's Centres. Activities documented include meetings of the Steering Committee and Coordinating Collective, financial accounting, grants management, project planning, policy development, liaison with the BC and federal governments, political activism, and reporting news from individual women's centres.

Because of the informal record-keeping of the Association, the files contain other document types besides letters sent and received. Records also include minutes, agendas, invoices, vouchers, bills, financial statements, forms, news releases, newsletters, reports, briefs, position papers, project proposals, drafts, working papers and notes.

Project records

Series consists primarily of records relating to the Planning for Change training strategy, but also contains files relating to a few other smaller projects undertaken by the Association. Records include correspondence, proposals, contracts, letters of agreement, meeting agendas and minutes, briefs, reports, reprints, financial statements, drafts, notes, and working papers.

British Columbia and Yukon Association of Women's Centres. Committee for the Planning for Change Project

Correspondence

Series consists of correspondence relating to Tom Mallinson's professional interests as a psychologist at the University of Toronto and his academic career as a professor of Communications Studies at SFU. Also includes a file containing correspondence and drafts for a proposed book of reminiscences about the early history of the SFU.

Research files

Series consists of lectures, publications, correspondence and other records relating to Tom Mallinson's research projects and outside consultations. Includes samples of Mallinson's curriculum vitae.

Research files

Series consists of records relating to Maggie Benston's research interests on feminist topics including her seminal paper, "On the Political Economy of Women's Liberation." Includes correspondence regarding the publication of this paper, drafts of the paper, manuscript notes for a follow-up article and book, daily notebooks and other documents.

Women's Caucus

Series consists of records relating to the history, organization, and activities of the Vancouver Women's Caucus. This group, which started at Simon Fraser University in 1968, moved off campus in 1969 in order to focus on broader community interests. Most active until 1971, the group eventually divided into issue oriented organizations. Includes minutes, membership lists, discussion papers and other documents.

Subject files

Series consists of records relating to Maggie Benston's many personal and professional interests such as the women's movement, environmental issues and socialism. Includes publications, reports, clippings and other documents.

Personal documents

Series consists of Benston's personal correspondence with relatives, Louis Feldhammer, as well as information regarding a libel suit and salary pay scales from 1966.

Correspondence

Series consists of records relating to the administrative crisis in the PSA Department, the establishment of a trusteeship by the University, and the strike by eight faculty members of the PSA Department. Includes correspondence, reports, notes, statements, press releases and other documents.

Minutes and transcripts

Series consists of records relating to meetings within the PSA Department and between the department and other University units. Includes minutes, transcripts, agendas and other documents.

Hearings and appeal records

Series consists primarily of records relating to the suspension hearings for Nathan Popkin. Also contains some records relating to suspension hearings for Kathleen Aberle, Louis Feldhammer, John Leggett, and Prudence Wheeldon, as well as records relating to the appeal for non-renewal of contract for Tom Brose and Gerald Sperling. Includes handwritten notes made during the Popkin hearing, schedules, procedural rules, chronologies, statements, transcripts, and other documents.

Background documents

Series consists of records providing background information about the PSA dispute and miscellaneous documents created in the course of the dispute. Includes reports, constitutions, petitions, news clippings, and other documents.

Administration

Series consists of records relating to the administration of the Department, including budgeting, staffing, and policy formulation. It includes annual reports, constitutions, correspondence, course outlines and schedules, memoranda, policies and procedures, press releases, and reports.

University

Series consists of records relating to the relationship of the Department with interdisciplinary programs and other departments of the University, including the Computing Centre, Continuing Studies, and the Distance Education program. The series includes correspondence, memoranda and reports.

Lower Mainland regional planning files

James Wilson served as the first executive director of the Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board for thirteen years (1951-1964) The Board was one of the first regional planning authorities in Canada and paved the way for further Canadian work in this field.

Includes Wilson's personal memoir, "The Lower Mainland's Regional Plan: A Retrospective Introduction," as well as reports, correspondence, minutes, publications and other documents.

Arrow Lakes Resettlement project files

Wilson worked for B.C. Hydro for two years (1964-1966) as the relocation planner on the Columbia River Power Project. He helped to establish new communities for the people of the Arrow Lakes region who were displaced by the project. Includes Wilson's personal memoir, "The Columbia River Development: Looking After People in the Way," as well as correspondence, publications, other documents, and photographs.

Organization and administration files

Series consists of records relating to the internal organization of Press Gang Printers. Activities, events and topics documented include incorporation, the separation of the printing and publishing collectives, collective structure and history, office administration, and unionization. Records include correspondence, reports, articles and papers, resolutions, licenses, photographs, logbooks, and agreements.

Meeting agendas, minutes and supporting papers

Series consists of records relating to meetings of the Press Gang Printers collective and its committees, including general staff meetings, general collective meetings, business meetings, and meetings of the Finance Committee, Sales Committee, Ladies Auxiliary, and the Publishing Collective before its separation from the Printers. Records include agendas, minutes, correspondence, reports, financial statements, planning documents and other supporting papers.

Financial records

Series consists of records relating to the management of Press Gang Printers' finances. Activities, events and topics documented include accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, grant and loan applications, income and sales tax, analyses of Press Gang's finances, and the sale of assets to the publishing collective on separation. Records include journals, ledgers and ledger cards; correspondence, reports and financial statements; application forms and agreements; and income tax returns.

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