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Simon Fraser University Special Collections and Rare Books Sub-series
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Year files

This sub-series contains records related to the Social Credit Party provincial election campaigns, by-elections, party conventions, constituency events and membership records. It contains: minutes, campaign and membership promotional material (flyers, stickers, news releases, lawn signs), correspondence, memos, party office material, statements, messages, speeches, lists, directories, by-laws updates, handbooks, ephemera, posters, photographs, convention programs, membership registration slips, newsletters, clippings.

Year books

This sub-series contains Year books that cover in detail activities of the BC Social Credit Party and BC Young Socreds. These books were made and added to as documents were created or received. The records contain circulars, correspondence, memos, meeting minutes, notes, reports, articles, newsletters, statements, poll records, lists, some financial records, maps, party logos, and other records. Some of the books contain internal records intended for the campaign managers and not for the public view at that time. These records provide an insight into internal activity and workings of BC Social Credit provincial level campaigns. One of the notable events that these records document is NDP’s promise to rescind the Restraint Program.

The majority of this sub-series contains the records created by the Burnaby Edmonds constituency (home constituency of the donor). Some records are general party records.

Writings of others

This sub-series consists of the various writings: articles, poems and interviews created by other authors and collected by Eli Popoff. Material in this sub-series may have or may not have been published. Many writings in this sub-series are not dated.

Writings by students

Sub-series contains works written and/or produced by students of Derek Beaulieu, from institutions such as Alberta College of Art & Design, Henry Wise Wood Senior High School and the Writers Guild of Alberta. These publications reflect Beaulieu’s teaching and his approach to independent publishing.

Writings by others

Sub-series consists of correspondence and unpublished manuscripts from writers such as Helen Hajnoczky, Eric Zboya, Pete Spence, Jordan Scott and Mark Laliberte. Series also includes a publication edited by Christian Bök and produced in an edition of forty copies for Beaulieu’s fortieth birthday.


This sub-series consists of various writings created by the members of Sons of Freedom that illustrate their approach to life and their beliefs. This sub-series includes: songs texts, writings, letters, resolutions, speeches, messages, essays, addresses, protocol, and appeal. In many cases authorship and date of the documents are unknown. Known authors include: A. W. Efanov (Freedomite, “intellectual”, protester and probably an arsonist) and Florence Potapoff. The records are in Russian and/or English; some are handwritten and some printed.


This sub-series consists of various writings by the Doukhobor individuals or about the Doukhobor community and their beliefs. The documents in this sub-series include: essays, poems, dairies, notebooks, articles, text of songs, speeches, reports, messages, clippings and other writings.


This sub-series consists of the reports, writings, speeches, talks, addresses, mandate, manual, texts of songs created on behalf of the CCUB by its executive members. These documents relate to the history and ideology of the Doukhobor communities and its leaders and were written for the benefit of the communities. This sub-series contains both original mimeographed and manuscript documents as well as photocopies of documents. Most documents are in Russian and a few in English.

Writer-in-residence records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's role as writer-in-residence at various institutions. Records include correspondence, promotional records, job applications, and administrative documents.

Workshop records

Sub-series consists of records relating to various writing workshops and "studio" workshops Daphne Marlatt has lead. Records include administrative records, correspondence, workshop publications, and other teaching materials.

Works on paper

Sub-series consists of artworks created by Beaulieu, many of which were produced while he was a student at Alberta College of Art + Design.

Works of others

Sub-series consists of writings and drawings by others; writers include Beth Jankola, Carolyn Zonailo, Howard Broomfield, Jamie Reid and Gail Tuttle. Artists include Madja Van Dam and Chris Reed.

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Works authored by McWhinney

This series consists of 3 sub-series: Works authored by McWhinney (1956-2013); Works about McWhinney (1963-2012); Works edited or reviewed by McWhinney (1974-2015)

Works about Wah

Series consists of works written by others about Wah. It includes reviews of Wah's work, academic works written about Wah's poetry and other writings, and interviews with Wah.

Women's Studies course development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's development and instruction of various Women's Studies courses, as well as English courses with feminist content. Records include articles, lecture notes, student evaluations, syllabi, and other course material.

"Winter/Rice/Tea Strain" records

Sub-series contains pages from the poetry chapbook "Winter/Rice/Tea strain" (2000), printed by Peter Haase (C & P Platen Press) and designed by Mona Fertig.

Watershed advocacy

This sub-series contains material on conditions and need for protection of watershed regions and their wild inhabitants in Canada. It documents plans and policies regarding management of river system and lakes in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Canada in general. Some records contain information on the management of fisheries. In addition, the sub-series contains records related to drinking water usage and water quality in British Columbia municipalities and rural areas. It documents government watershed policies and plans as well as their critiques. It also documents watershed policies and their relation to land use policies and forestry industries. Moreover, the sub-series contains records of the Endangered Wilderness campaign and protection of watershed regions in Canada. It contains correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, articles, etc

War related documents

This sub-series consists of records relating to the Canadian government requirement of men registration for the military conscription purposes in 1940 and the Society of Named Doukhobor members efforts to be exempt from conscription based on their doctrine and beliefs.

Visual art

Sub-series consists of original works of art created by Mootoo in various media.

Video recordings

This sub-series contains 7 video recordings of various addresses and speeches made by BC Social Credit candidates in provincial and party leadership elections. One of the videos features tutorial on organizing of campaigns. This sub-series also includes digital video recording of promotional presentation of Jim Nielsen campaign.

Video recordings

Sub-series contains videocassettes of episodes of "The Sea Hunters," including the final cuts of episodes intended for broadcast, master tapes, and clips, as well as videocassettes for press kits.


This sub-series consists of government records relating to the life and leadership of Peter V. Verigin, Peter. P. Verigin and John J. Verigin. The bulk of the records relate to the death of Peter V. Verigin and resulting investigation as well as to the arrest and intent of deportation of Peter P. Verigin.

Various organizations

This sub-series consists of record of various Doukhobor organizations: National Doukhobor Heritage Village, Kootenay and Boundary Citizen Committee on Doukhobor-Canadian Affairs, BC Unity Group, Doukhobor Society of Canada, Doukhobor Youth National Executive Council, and Saskatoon Society of Doukhobors. The records include meeting minutes, administrative records, financial records, correspondence, statements, newsletters and a photograph.

Valhalla publications

This sub-series contains various publication created by Valhalla Wilderness Society and its closely affiliated organizations to provide information and highlight environmental issues in the province of British Columbia as well as to highlight various campaigns to protect the wilderness that Valhalla organized. The publications were created by Valhalla Wilderness Society, Canada’s Future Forests Alliance, Citizens for Environmentally Responsible Government and Perry Ridge Water Users Association. The material includes bulletins, newsletters, flyers, brochures and newspaper format.

Valhalla Park

This sub-series contains material related to the establishment of the Valhalla Provincial Park, a result of McCrory’s first campaign to save the Valhalla forests and mountains. The records include a draft of master plan, maps and plans for subsequent developments in the vicinity of the Park. This sub-series also includes 1984 Slocan Valley Development Guidelines prepared by the Province of BC.

USCC general records

This sub-series consists of the various records relating to the USCC and its executive members and their relationship with members of the Doukhobor community and Doukhobor and other organizations. This sub-series contains records related to trips that the USCC executive members took as representative of the USCC, including trips to Russia and relationship of with Russian Government in early 1990 and 2000s and joint cultural projects, such as restaurant at Tolstoy's estate. It also includes records related to the Doukhobor community, youth and sport organizations, history of Doukhobor leadership and other records.

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