Fonds consists of 5 series: Collective Agreements (1930-1970); Industrial inquiry commissions and conciliation boards reports (1957-1965); Certification of mine workers registers (1882-1962); Mine injuries and fatalities records (1866-1988); and Occupational Health and Safety General Safety Regulation records (1996-2000).
Fonds consists of records documenting the functions of the Department of Health and its predecessor, the Provincial Board of Health. Includes case files and other material, 1901-1976; Inspector of Anatomy registers, 1923-1940; and Atlantic Health Unit associate director's correspondence and other material, 1971.
Fonds consists of a pass for access for the devastated area issued by the City of Halifax and a sixteen page hand-written letter by Ethel Jean Bond to her uncle, Murray Kellough, of Winnipeg, Manitoba. In her letter she describes the devastation of the Halifax Explosion, the death of her father, and the injuries that her sister Bertha sustained, and discusses the impact on various neighbours in the vicinity of Kaye Street in Halifax, including the Swetnams, Killams, and Theakstons, among others.
Fonds consists of scrapbooks, which includes photographs, historical newspaper articles, and essays (1979-2002); photograph albums (1979-2002); meeting minutes, including financial and annual reports (1979-2010); records relating to educational programs put on by the guild, such as class lists and descriptions, and reports (1980-2008); photographs, video recordings, programs and correspondence from events and exhibits, (1989-2009); and heritage registry records, which consists of two paper versions and an electronic version. The first paper version has both originals and copies. The second version has certain originals, most of which are not found in the other paper version, though some can be found in the electronic version. The registry forms include the identity of the creator, when and where it was made, current owner, and photographs of the rugs. It is arranged by registry number (1996-2007). Also included are audio recordings of interviews with guild members (1992-1999); newsletters (1980-1990); video recordings of rug hooking and interviews (1990-1999); records relating to the history of the guild (1979-2009); and administrative records such as correspondence, regional maps and the guild’s constitution and by-laws (1979-2009).
Collection consists of 31 photographs taken of Windsor, Nova Scotia by George Wright in the days following a fire that destroyed a portion of the town in the fall of 1897. The photographs were developed by Notman Studio and were included in an article titled "Photo Sets of the Windsor Fire" in the Halifax Morning Herald on 11 November 1897.
Fonds consists of: Series - Executive case and subject files, Series - Deputy minister's office case and subject files, Series - Industrial Benefits Office case files, Series - Community Economic Development Branch Mainstreet Program photographs, Series - Economic Analysis Branch case and subject files, Series - Departmental case and subject files, Series - Sydney Steel Corporation records, Series - Voluntary Planning Board minutes and other material, Series - Industrial Estates Limited administrative files
Series - Michael V. Knight's correspondence and other material, Series - Trade and industry project files, Series - Ministers' correspondence and other material, Series - Minister's copies of Industrial Estates Limited minute books, Series - Waterfront Development Corporation records, Series - Nova Scotia Resources Limited minutes and other material, Series - Job creation correspondence, Series - Technical and administrative services program records, Series - Halifax-Dartmouth Regional Development Plan Review records, Series - Industrial Loan Board minute book, Series - Industrial Benefits Office conference records, Series - Subsidiary agreements with the federal government, Series - Projects Division correspondence and other material, Series - Investment Canada correspondence and other material, Series - Industrial Estates Limited project files and other material
Fonds consists of records created to support the granting of final clearance for the sale of security issues in Nova Scotia. Fonds includes drafts of final versions of prospectuses, registration statements filed with the Registrar of Securities under the Securities Act, correspondence of the commission and issuers relating to deficiencies in documents, documentation from security regulators in other jurisdictions, and clearances from the commission. Records dating from 1989 to 1992 tend to be relating to applications for clearances that were withdrawn prior to the clearance being issued. The remainder of the records date from 1982 to 1985. Only records for companies incorporated in Nova Scotia, those having a substantial presence in Nova Scotia, or those for which the primary regulatory filing was done in Nova Scotia, have been retained.
Fonds consists of minutes of board meetings. Included with the minutes are appendices which provide relevant correspondence, reports, and other documents referred to in the minutes and which reflect its relationship with pulpwood producers and pulpwood buyers, including regulations, rules of procedure, directives and orders, registration of organizations as bargaining agents, litigation documents, records of public hearings, and other internal administrative matters.
Nova Scotia Primary Forest Products Marketing Board
Fonds consists of operational records (predominately correspondence) of the minister, deputy minister and director. Fonds includes records relating to a wide variety of functions, activities and programs for which the department had responsibility, including the Fishermen's Loan Board, joint federal-provincial fishery management programs, government relations with fish companies and unions, and with industry and government committees. Files arranged alphabetically by case or subject.
Nova Scotia. Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture