Fonds 10-189 - Maxine Glover fonds

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Maxine Glover fonds

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CA ON0034 10-189

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  • 1965-2018 (Creation)
    Glover, Maxine

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16.1 cm of textual records
15 photographs
3 yearbooks
3 diaries

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Maxine Sylvia (born Haugen) Glover worked in communications specializing in forestry, fisheries, and wildlife in British Columbia. She was born on September 8th, 1950, in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. In 1970, Maxine was the first and only woman to graduate with a Diploma of Technology from the Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Management Option of the Forest Resource Technology Program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) in Burnaby, BC.

Maxine began her career as an Information Technician for the Government of Canada Fisheries and Marine Services in Vancouver from 1970-1977; then worked as Publications Editor for the BC Central One Credit Union from 1977-1978.

In 1979, she was a freelance writer and consultant and went on to found and be president of her own company, Glover Business Communications Ltd. The company had seven full-time staff by 1986, and clients were federal and provincial government departments; forest, transportation, manufacturing, and construction companies; an international commission; a federally funded public group; financial institutions; and a private foundation. The company dissolved in 1989.

Projects include work on the province-wide Public Awareness Program for the Salmonid Enhancement Program (SEP), 1979 – 1989, providing secretariat services for the Salmonid Enhancement Task Group and Board.

During her sabbatical, 1986-1989, Maxine researched, wrote, and supervised the design and production of three 1987 – 1989 annual reports for International Forest Products Limited; edited the first annual report in 1988 on the implementation of the federal and provincial governments’ agreement with Alcan Aluminium regarding the Nechako River. From 1989-1995, Maxine was Editor for the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada and worked as a freelance business editor and writer from 1995-2000.

Maxine worked on the province-wide Public Awareness Program for the Salmonid Enhancement Program (SEP), 1979 – 1989. She provided secretariat services for the Salmonid Enhancement Task Group, a province-wide body formed to provide public input into the SEP, and to the Salmonid Enhancement Board, a high-level board of industry and First Nations representatives, which provided some direction to the SEP.

Professional and business activities include being a member of the Editors’ Association of Canada (EAC), teaching marketing and business development workshops, and writing articles for the association’s newsletters; being a member of The Logan Lake Chamber of Commerce and serving as secretary in 1997/98.

Maxine received several communications awards from the BC Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators; edited scholarly works in the field of accounting and many other books and courses in auditing, accounting, ethics, and financial and strategic management.

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The fonds contains records created or accumulated by Maxine Glover during her time as a student and employee in British Columbia. Material includes photographs, correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, diaries, and yearbooks.

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Records received directly from the donor Maxine Glover.


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  • English

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Open. Some files are restricted due to privacy and sensitive information.

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For copyright information contact the University of Ottawa Library Archives and Special Collections.

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Creation November, 2022

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  • English

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2002 Maxine Glover CV

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