This fonds consists of documents relating to the Business and Professional Women's Club of Ottawa (BPWCO)'s administration, committees, finances, events such as Biennial Conventions, Annual Provincial Conferences, programs and workshops, views on various women's issues such as minimum wage, equality and abortion. It contains mostly textual material such as correspondence, speeches, procedures, publications, reports, budgets, and newspaper clippings, in addition to some photographs and certificates.
Business and Professional Women's Clubs of Ottawa (BWCPO)
This fonds consists of the administrative records of the conception of the Service Office Retail Workers Union of Canada (SORWUC) Local 7 in Ottawa from its beginnings in 1982 as part of reason for change particularly addressing inequality faced by women in the workplace in various aspects. It features correspondence, advertisements to join the union, pieces of bargaining and negotiation, member contact information. Also included are resources such as newspaper clippings, pamphlets, booklets, buttons, and articles on various subjects as used and promoted by members of SORWUC.
Service, Office and Retail Workers of Canada (SORWUC)
This fonds consists of documents giving an overview of the history of the Canadian Slovak League (CSL), its day-to-day functioning, its support of Slovak-Canadian communities and its publicity of Slovak events and activities. It contains correspondence books, account ledgers, membership lists, letters, notes, resolutions, statements, photocopied newspaper clippings and Grand Bazaar of the CSL's admission ticket, collection sheets for funds, meetings' minutes, presidents' messages, telegrams, lists, census documents, certificates, tables of content, a keynote address, announcements, budgets, Slovak League of America Congress' rights, the poem Rola ma vola, a plea on behalf of Slovak refugees or displaced persons, reports, receipts, a certification, posters of Slovak personalities Martin Rázus, Milan Rastislav Štefánik, Andrej Hlinka and Jozef Tiso and flags.
The fonds consists of records collected by Lisa Bengtsson during her career as a social development officer with the Thunder Bay branch of The Secretary of State, Women's Programme, and with the Northwestern Ontario Decade Council.
The records document the evolution of women's groups within Northwestern Ontario, from funding applications to articles of incorporation and brochures and pamphlets on annual programming.
The fonds contains an extensive amount of administrative records demonstrating the everyday operations of committees, subcommittees, and women's organizations, including the Northwestern Ontario Regional Day Care committee.
This fonds contains documents relating the life and work of Senator Nancy Ruth. It includes personal correspondence, cards, and photographs. It also contains documents relating to her work as a social activist, and later as a Senator, such as speech drafts, conference documents, and documents showing participation in events. There are secondary sources of background material such as reports, briefings and newspaper clippings related to areas of concern for Nancy Ruth such as women’s equality and ending violence against women, among others. There are documents relating to charities and foundations that were either founded or supported by Nancy Ruth, including administrative documents such as correspondence and applications for funding. Finally, there are many artifacts such as t-shirts, banners, buttons, posters, stamps, a collection of VHS, and personal mementos.
This fonds consists of documents and objects relating to Annette Clough's involvement in feminist organizations in Toronto and Vancouver from the 1960s to the 1990s. It consists of photographs, negatives, and political buttons.
The Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre Foundation fonds offers insight into the structure and activities of the Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre serving the Ottawa-Hull area. It contains records of the centre's early years of operation. The fonds contain administrative records, correspondence, meeting minutes and supporting documents, workshops, presentations, and training materials, articles, reports and other documents.
This fonds consists of material related to Morris Kates’ musical compositions, as orchestral works, chamber music, choral works. It contains original handwritten and printed scores. It includes Morris Kates’ correspondence with friends, students, and colleagues. The fonds gives also highlight on Morris Kates’ career as biochemist. It contains records on his scientific research works, as his thesis, articles, lab notes, conference proceedings with his presentations, photos from scientific travel and laboratory, certificates.
Le fonds Cécile Coderre témoigne de l’engagement de Cécile Coderre dans plusieurs associations vouées au développement communautaire et au bien-être des femmes, notamment des femmes francophones vivant en contexte minoritaire issues de la communauté franco-ontarienne. Le fonds contient des documents concernant le Réseau des chercheuses féministes de l’Ontario (RCFO) dont Cécile Coderre a été la présidente, la représentante à la Table Féministe Francophone de concertation provinciale de l’Ontario, et la gardienne des archives. Il contient des ressources documentaires sur la Fédération nationale des femmes canadiennes françaises (FNFCF) avec laquelle Cécile Coderre a beaucoup collaboré pour des projets de recherches. Le fonds comprend également des ressources documentaires sur des organismes tels que le Réseau national d’action éducation femmes (RNAÉF) dont Cécile Coderre a été la représentante provinciale pour l’Ontario. Le fonds offre également des ressources documentaires en liens avec différents organismes franco-ontariens visant à soutenir les femmes tels que l’Action ontarienne contre la violence faite aux femmes (AOcVF), l’Union culturelle des franco-ontarienne (UCFO), et le Réseau des femmes du sud de l’Ontario (RFSO).