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Corporate Relations and Fundraising

Series consists of records created and accumulated by Heritage Canada Foundation in regards to the foundation's corporate partners, advertisers and advocates. Records include internal and external correspondence, applications, budgets and financial data, fundraising programs, proposals, publications, and reports.

Heritage Canada Foundation worked with corporate bodies and private partners in order to advertise, fundraise for HCF events or programs, advocate for heritage causes or conduct research. Includes international and American corporations as well as Canadian businesses and heritage associations.


This series is comprised of material created or accumulated by John W. Foster in relation to his contributions to UBUNTU conferences and publications.

Subject files

The series consists of records that document Professor Abbott's personal life and academic career. The series contain personal correspondence, exams, and essays, miscellaneous material, law cases, information and notes on Legislation and Interpretation files and documentation on Army First Year Advising.

St. Mary's Church

This series consists of: correspondence to Blood Tribe Education Committee.

St. Mary's Church was completed in 1968 in Red Deer, Alberta.

Foundation files

The series consists of files containing information on corporations, organizations, and foundations that have donated money to the alumni fundraising campaigns over the years. Or who have supported in other ways activities of the Alumni Associations.

Historical associations, societies, and boards

The series consists of records created by Professor Wise as he participated in various associations, societies, and boards. The bulk of the series pertains to his involvement in The Canadian Historical Association (CHA), the Ontario Historical Society (OHA), Archeological and Historic Sites Board, and the Social Sciences Research Council of Canada. This series also documents Sydney Wise's induction into the Order of Canada (1989-1990).

Sydney Wise has been involved in various societies, boards, and associations throughout his career. His participation in such groups varied from general membership, to executive, vice president, president, chair, or council member.


Series is comprised of various MATCH publications including newsletters (1977-2013 [with a gap for 2010-2011]), "Feminist Perspectives" and "AnUn MATCHed Partnership".

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