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Committee records

Series consists of records and meeting minutes pertaining to Occupy Vancouver committees: General Assembly, Volunteer Coordinating Committee, Info Tent, Security and Safe Guard Unit. It includes also Occupy Vancouver leaflets, booklets, by-laws and general records related to day-to-day activities.

[Affidavits]

The file includes two copies of the affidavit # 1 of Garrick Bradshaw, Penny Ballem, Murray Wightman, Frank Dodich, John McKearney, Cael Hopwood, Brenda Proksen, Blake Chersinoff, and Will Johnston in the Supreme Court of British Columbia between the City of Vancouver and Sean O’Flynn-Magee, Jane Doe, John Doe and other unknown persons.

[The Occupy Vancouver Sun]

The file includes three issues of The Occupied Vancouver Sun, which include the following articles: “Putting the People Power back in the Democracy” by Alexander Hynes “Occupy & Capitalism” and “Where Have All the Occupiers Gone?” by Steve Collis.

Film scripts, screenplays and related records - general

Sub-series consists of scripts and screenplays written by Norman Klenman, alone and in collaboration with others, for feature and short films, produced and not produced, as well as related records. Additional material includes related notes, correspondence, contracts, research material, and moving images. Includes screenplays for “Beggarman’s Game,” “Dilbeck Junior,” “The Ecstasy of Rita Joe,” “A Forest of Eyes,” Ivy League Killers (a.k.a. “The Fast Ones”), “Nails,” "Now That April’s Here," “Passion” (based on The Gambler), “Riel”, and “Voices,” as well as a number of other scripts written for the National Film Board and CBC-TV. Series also includes two "Ivy League Killers" film reels.

Workers Compensation Act

File consists of photocopied reproductions of 2 documents: the British Columbia “Workers Compensation Act: Boards of Review Regulation,” and the British Columbia “Workers Compensation Act: Chapter 437.”

Passing sharps safely: the hands-free technique

File consists of the film "Passing sharps safely: the hands-free technique." The disc's label reads:
"Video about needlestick safety in healthcare. University of Western Ontario, McMaster University, and Hamilton Health Sciences. Funded by Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, Ontario. Includes Shirley Petten talking about her partner Bev Holmwood's needlestick injury, resultant hepatitis infection, and subsequent death."

Community activism records

The series documents the activities of community activism groups associated with Betty Krawczyk. Series consists of mission statements, flyers, a paper flag, song lyrics, correspondence, pamphlets, booklets, newspaper clippings, journals, three calendars, speeches, handwritten notes, a membership list, and envelopes for Women in the Woods, the Canadian Party of Women, and other community activism groups Krawczyk was involved with during the mid-1990s to 2007. Series also contains textile records, including a Prison Justice Day t-shirt, flags, hats, a tote bag, and an aboriginal bead blanket. A large portion of the series relates to the activities of Women in the Woods and Betty’s political movements.

C Pow. women’s struggle

File consists of flyers, pamphlets, booklets, and a letter to the editor regarding the activities of the Canadian Party of Women. Print-outs from various websites regarding women’s struggle for political rights are included in the file. Records include information from North America and Australia. There is also information published by the Government of British Columbia regarding the Nisga’a Treaty.

[Couple and child]

Item is a photograph print of an unknown couple holding a baby boy. A Christmas tree and gifts are visible in the background.

[Memoirs]

File consists of two of Betty Krawczyk’s published memoirs. File contains “Clayoquot: The Sound of my Heart” and “This Dangerous Place: My Journey between the Passions of the Living and the Dead.”

Richard L. Hopkins

File consists of incoming correspondence from Richard L. Hopkins of Hill & Dale Private Press and Type foundry, West Virginia. Records include postcards and letters concerning the American Typecasting Fellowship conferences and newsletters, technical advice, the borrowing of material and comments on each others’ work.

Rimmer, Jim

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