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Betty Krawczyk fonds
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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.

C-Pow

File consists of flyers, correspondence, mandates, and online print-outs regarding the activities of the Canadian Party of Women.

[Flyers, mission statement, and booklet]

File consists of a flyer for a protest held by Betty Krawczyk, Women in the Woods, Forest Action Network, and BC Pathways; the Women in the Woods’ mission statement; and a booklet regarding the protection of the Upper Elaho created by AwareWhistler.org.

Sisele

File consists of flyers, a mission statement, handwritten speech notes, correspondence and a press release regarding the activities of Women in the Woods. Other records include: a booklet titled “Save the Mountains,” minutes for the Cheam Elders’ Meeting, a flyer for the protest against Sun Peaks, and protest song lyrics.

[Speech and petition]

File consists of a petition to stop oil and gas development off of Canada’s Pacific coast and correspondence containing speech notes related to a community activism gathering against Gordon Campbell’s Liberal government.

[Women and labour parties]

File consists of a flyer for Lysistrata, handwritten notes regarding the Canadian Party of Women’s meeting, a flyer on Interfor’s logging activities, a pamphlet titled “Reducing Your Risk: A Guide to Avoiding Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals,” a 2001 calendar titled “Solidarity Forever,” and a 1998 calendar titled “Focus on Women.”

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File includes greeting cards, handwritten letters, print-outs of e-mails, and postcards. Correspondence is from Krawczyk’s family members and others from North America and Europe.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File contains handwritten letters of correspondence, newspaper clippings and photocopies of newspaper clippings, envelopes, a photocopy of the Canadian Bill of Rights, a Fernwood Publishing newsletter, and a postcard. Some of the correspondence is from Krawczyk’s children

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File contains: greeting cards, handwritten and typed letters, an Econews newsletter, newspaper comics, and poetry. Some of the correspondence originates from Krawczyk’s family members and friends.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File includes: handwritten and typed letters, greeting cards, a wedding invitation, a photograph, and printed e-mails. The correspondence originates from people in North America and Europe.

[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.

[Incoming correspondence]

File contains correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File includes handwritten letters, envelopes, greeting cards, photocopies of newspaper articles, postcards, Valentine’s Day cards, printed e-mails, sheet music, and photocopies of a book chapter. There is also a handwritten letter addressed to Madam Justice Brown. File consists of correspondence Krawczyk received while at the Alouette Correctional Centre for Women.

[Outgoing correspondence]

File consists of letters written by Betty Krawczyk to various individuals, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, community activism groups, and media organizations. File contains typed and handwritten correspondence, envelopes, prison request forms, notes, and a greeting card.

[Outgoing correspondence]

File consists of letters of correspondence written by Betty Krawczyk to the Telus Support Team, the Supreme Court Justices of British Columbia, and an unknown community activism group.

Answered

File consists of Betty Krawczyk’s incoming correspondence. File contains greeting cards, typed letters, envelopes, photocopies of newspaper clippings, and newspaper clippings.

[Statement transcripts]

File consists of five transcripts for statements from Doug Prenevost, Rick Jeffery, Carol Taigi, Bruce Ridley, and Patrick Corrado.

[A.C.C.W. statements, request forms, and receipts]

File consists of records related to Betty Krawczyk’s time spent at the Alouette Correctional Centre for Women. File includes Transfer Cash to Telephone forms, receipts, trust fund statements, inmate phone trouble report forms, a personal property request forms, a pink request form, and an “A.C.C.W. Monthly Inmate Performance Appraisal” report.

[Financial and medical records]

File consists of some of Betty Krawczyk’s financial and medical records while in the Alouette Correctional Centre for Women. File contains shopping list, a special diet notice, receipt from the Government of British Columbia, receipts from the prison’s canteen, and a price list for all items sold in the prison.

[Notice and notes]

File consists of a notice regarding behavior in prison and handwritten notes regarding experiences in prison.

Cameron’s outline of argument, Kiewit

File consists of records related to environmental court cases. File includes a print-out of an online article titled “Polluting Our Principles: Environmental Prosecutions and the Bill of Rights” by Timothy Lynch, and two copies of a court document titled “Betty Krawczyk’s Outline of Argument” for the Supreme Court of British Columbia case between Peter Kiewit Sons Co. and Dennis Perry, Bruce McArthur, John Doe, and Jane Doe.

[Affidavit and documents]

File consists of records in relation to the Supreme Court of British Columbia’s case between Betty Krawczyk and her Majesty the Queen in Right of the Province of British Columbia. File contains an affidavit and exhibit documents.

Response of Betty Krawczyk + affidavit

File consists of two copies of court documents related to the Supreme Court of British Columbia case between Betty Krawczyk and Peter Kiewit Sons Co. et al. File contains replies and affidavits.

P3s – Michael Demus, Sea to Sky, Sullivan

File consists of five printed online articles and user comments from The Tyee and the Government of British Columbia website. File includes user comments from the article “Who Will Revive BC’s Forests?”, and printed copies of the “2007/08 – 2009/10 Service Plan from the Ministry of Transportation,” “An Introduction to Public Private Partnerships,” “World’s P3 Kings Bid in BC,” and “The Hidden, Huge Costs of ‘P3’ Projects.”

[Book of authorities]

File consists of two bound volumes of court documents related to the Betty Krawczyk v. Peter Kiewit Sons Co. et. al Supreme Court of British Columbia case. One volume is titled “Book of Authorities of the Defendant, Peter Kiewit Sons Co.” and the other volume is titled “”Crown Book of Sentencing Authorities.”

[Transcripts]

File consists of two bound volumes of court documents related to the Regina v. Betty Krawczyk Supreme Court of British Columbia case. One volume is titled “Transcript (Volume 3 Pages 274-349)”, while the other volume is titled “Transcript (Proceedings at Sentence).”

Respondent’s Book of Authorities

File consists of two bound volumes of court documents related to the British Columbia Court of Appeal case between Regina v. Betty Krawczyk. One volume is titled “Respondent’s Book of Authorities Volume II (Tab15-28)” and the other is titled “Respondent’s Reply, materials on Authorities on Sentence Appeal.”

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