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Archives et collections spéciales/Archives and Special Collections Halifax, Nova Scotia
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This file contains project related correspondence including: letters of interest from women's groups and replies from the CWMA, computer database research, resumes and cover letters, advertisements to be included in women's publications, requests for information on archival material and responses from women's groups, pamphlet orders, letter from Pamela Harris about the "Faces of Feminism: Toronto/1984" photograph series, preliminary survey responses from women's groups, and internal CWMA handwritten notes and letters.

Institutional membership, 1986-1989

This file consists of documents relating to the Canadian Women's Studies Association (CWSA)'s institutes' membership and corrections for the CWSA's members' booklet. It contains a mailing list, correspondence, completed membership application, renewal and purchase order forms, receipts, a statement of account, a library subscription order slip and a pamphlet,.

Working it Out

This file contains a 50 page publication. The publication aims to understand what characterizes the work environment women encounter every day. It emphasizes how workplace culture has an impact on diverse women in trades and technology.

In the Picture ... a future with diversity in trades, science and technology – Volume 3

This file contains Volume 2 of "In the Picture.. A future with women in trades, science and technology". Three resource packages have been developed: Volume 1 was for secondary educational institution, Volume 2 was for the Nova Scotia Community College, and Volume 3 was the product of New Traditions, directed to employers in Nova Scotia. Each resource guide summarizes research from a range of sources, describes the findings of focus groups and interviews, provides action-oriented strategies for change.

Developing a Skilled Workforce of Women

This file contains a paper by Madeleine Comeau. The paper is adapted from a presentation made to the Provincial Apprenticeship Board of Nova Scotia in May, 1995, by Madeline Comeau, President of Workplace Equity Services, a consulting firm based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Madeline COmeau was a member of WITT Nova Scotia and WITT National Network.

Branch Plant

This file contains a Branch Plant issue (March 1987)AK50 which features a Dawna Gallagher's illustration.
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