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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Brad Fraser fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Date Range
1990-2010
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of records created by Brad Fraser during his work as a playwright, screenwriter, and commentator.
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Textual records
Graphic material
Moving image
Date Range
1990-2010
Part Of
Brad Fraser fonds
Creator
Brad Fraser
Fonds Number
F0035
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of records created by Brad Fraser during his work as a playwright, screenwriter, and commentator.
Notes
Full fonds description in progress. Contact the archive for more information on the fonds.
Storage Location
/01: 14.4.4 /10, 02, 05: 14.4.5 /33, 21, 27, 03: 14.4.6 /25, 15, 19, 06: 14.5.1 /26: 14.5.3 /28, 24: 14.5.5 /34: 14.5.6 /13, 04: 14.5.7 /14: 14.5.8 /32, 17, 31, 30: 10.3.2 /18, 09, 16, 07, 29: 10.3.3 /22, 08, 11, 23: 10.3.4 /12, 20: 10.3.6 XXXXXX
Access Restrictions
Open
Description Level
Fonds
Accession Number
2012-083
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Campaign for Equal Families fonds

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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Campaign for Equal Families fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Date Range
[198?-]; predominant 1994-1995
Scope and Content
The fonds consist of records and artifacts maintained and accumulated by the Campaign for Equal Families. The fonds has been arranged into seven series: administrative files, campaign files, provincial meetings files, subject files, videocassettes, artifacts, and photographs. Included in the fonds …
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Textual records
Date Range
[198?-]; predominant 1994-1995
Part Of
Campaign for Equal Families fonds
Creator
Campaign for Equal Families
Fonds Number
F0098
Language
English
Physical Description
52 cm of textual records 1 video cassette 4 objects 3 photographs
Extent
.52 m
History / Biographical
The Campaign for Equal Families was founded at a community meeting in Toronto on May 24, 1994. Its original focus was lobbying for the passage of the Ontario provincial government’s Bill 167, The Equality Rights Statute Amendment Act, 1994. The organization undertook similar lobbying campaigns for Bill 45 and Bill C-41. The Campaign closed its Church Street office in December 1995.
Scope and Content
The fonds consist of records and artifacts maintained and accumulated by the Campaign for Equal Families. The fonds has been arranged into seven series: administrative files, campaign files, provincial meetings files, subject files, videocassettes, artifacts, and photographs. Included in the fonds are correspondence, memoranda, press releases, reports, essays and papers, forms, lists, agendas, newsletters, flyers, pamphlets, texts of legislative debates and bills, petitions, programmes, cards, newspaper clippings, financial records, notes, meeting minutes, invoices, an educational kit, offers to lease, grant application packages, an insurance policy, a speech, a videocassette, magnets, plaques, and photographs.
Storage Location
/01-/03 : 8.4.3 F.3.2 V.2.1 /04 L.3.1
Access Restrictions
Open
Arrangement
The accession was extensively culled, which consisted of removing duplicate copies of records and transferring newspaper clippings to the vertical files of the CLGA. Several files within this fonds were artificially constructed by the archivist. The fonds has been arranged into seven series: 1-Administrative files 2-Campaign files 3-Provincial Meetings files 4-Subject files 5-Videocassettes 6-Objects and 7-Photographs
Description Level
Fonds
Accession Number
1995-127 (unable to locate, not included), 1995-244
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