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- CA ON00239 F02660-S02-SS02-4
- [ca. 1985]
Part of Allan R. Gregg fonds
Presentation given by Allan Gregg at the 3rd Colloquium of "Communications politique."
- CA ON00239 F02855-S1-116
- Apr. 1989
Side One: side 2 - continuation of 50th anniversary banquet proceedings started on sr1030. Mrs. Deutsch continues speech. Sheri Vass presents fashion show/history from 1939-1989 by each year. Side Two: blank.
- CA ON00239 F02855-S1-115
- Apr. 1989
Banquet proceedings. Side One: Music. Greetings from Mayor Helen Cooper. Toast to University by Alice Korriche. Chancellor Agnes Benedickson replies to the toast. Donna Watts thanks Chancellor. Minutes from AGM read. Accepted. Treasurer's report read and adopted. Talk about Faculty Club activities. Nominating committee report. Incoming president - new executive. Mrs. Deutsch speaks to anniversary committee. Side Two: side 3 - continuation of banquet proceedings from sr1031, Sheri Vass continues to present the fashion show/history from 1939-1989. Thanks to organizers. Charter members introduced; other members - leading women discussed.
- CA ON00239 F01470-f10
Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants Oral History Project. Interview of A. Emile Beauvais, C.A. Side One: Interview in French. Discusses being a certified accountant in Quebec. Side Two: Continuation of above interview.
- CA ON00239 F02857-1
Side One: Purdy, Livesay, Souster, et al (unidentified) recite poetry. Print through begins halfway through. Side Two: same as above. print through throughout.
- CA ON00239 F02855-S1-90
- 24 May 1986
Convocation address by Jean Goodwill, President of Indian and Inuit Nurses of Canada. Recorded at Queen's University, Kingston, Ont., May 24, 1986. Side One: Jean Goodwill recollects some of the difficulties she experienced growing up as a Cree living in poverty in Saskatchewan and of the prejudice she has faced. She notes that support of family and friends. Finally, she urges the graduates to accept fellow human beings readily, and to work together to alleviate social and political programs. Side Two: blank.