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Secwepemc Land Claims Forum

File consists of correspondence and a program for the "Secwepemc Land Claims Forum" in Kamloops. Dr. Robin Fisher was invited as a "resource person" to speak at the forum.

Treaty advisory resource material

File consists of:

  • Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. "Building a New Relationship with First Nations in British Columbia: Canada's Response to the Report of the B.C. Claims Task Force", 1991.
  • BC Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs. "In Fairness to All: Moving Towards Treaty Settlements in British Columbia", 1991.
  • Ministry of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. "Aboriginal Self-Government Federal Policy Guide", 1995.
  • Proceedings documenting a presentation by Dr. Robin Fisher to the Select Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs at the BC Legislative Assembly on Monday Oct. 28, 1996 in Smithers, BC
  • Map prepared for the Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs showing the territory boundaries via a "Statement of Intent for the Lheit-lit'en Nation", 1996.
  • BC Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs. "Glossary of Treaty-Related Terms", 1997.
  • First Nations Education Steering Committee, B.C. Teacher's Federation. "Understanding the B.C. Treaty Process: An Opportunity for Dialogue", 1997.
  • BC Treaty Commission Annual Report, 1995-1996
  • BC Treaty Commission Annual Report, 1997
  • Federal Treaty Negotiation Office. "The Treaty Negotiation Process", 1997.
  • A commemorative issue of "Hak'ak'a'a" newsletter (August 4, 1998) published by the Nisga'a Tribal Council
  • Issues of the Canadian Federal Treaty Negotiation Office publication "Treaty News", including issues from April 1995, July 1996, December 1996, July 1997, December 1997, March 1998, June 1998, October 1999, June 1999, March 2000, June 2000, Winter 2001

Treaty Advisory

Series consists of treaty process advisory records, many of which came out of Dr. Robin Fisher's involvement in the Northern Interior Regional Advisory Committee. Dr. Fisher was often asked to act as a resource person, moderator, or advisor on First Nations treaty-related matters due to his knowledge of the history of First Nation-European relations.

Renewal as UNBC Dean

File contains records relating to Dr. Fisher's renewal as Dean of the College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) in 2001. Includes a 2001 UNBC organizational chart for the College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences as well as Fisher's resume for 2001. Also includes correspondence relating to his resignation as Dean in 2002 upon his appointment as Dean at the University of Regina.

UNBC Dean's Annual Report to Senate

File contains the dean's Annual Report to Senate for the College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences as well as the dean's draft goals and objectives for 2001/2002.

UNBC Dean appointment

File consists of records relating to the appointment of Dr. Robin Fisher as Dean of the College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC). Includes Dr. Fisher's Curriculum Vitae for 1997 and his biography.

Photographs and correspondence

File consists of correspondence to Dr. Fisher and accompanying photographs. Includes eight postcards, a brochure for the UNBC Arts & Science programs, and a letter from UNBC Chancellor Iona Campagnolo. Also includes photographs of: Dr. Fisher and other faculty at UNBC Convocation (1995 or 1996?), Dr. Fisher with Bridget Moran, Dr. Fisher with Mary-Ellen Kelm and others at an honours dinner, and Dr. Fisher being recognized for his work by Dr. Weller.

Annual reports

File consists of Dr. Robin Fisher's annual report for academic faculty at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) for the year 1994.

UNBC professorial appointment

File consists of records relating to the appointment of Dr. Robin Fisher as Full Professor and Chair of the History Department at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC). Fisher was the first Chair of the History Department at UNBC and was instrumental in developing the department from the ground up. Includes Fisher's letters of appointment, the pension plan, a UNBC "Notes for Applicants for Posts" brochure, a UNBC "Co-operative Education Program" brochure, a UNBC "International Studies and Programs" brochure, a draft of the first history courses offered by the UNBC History Department, a note about Fisher's research and teaching interests, a pamphlet for the UNBC group insurance plan in 1993, a UNBC employee welcome booklet, Fisher's 1992 Curriculum Vitae (resume), and a newspaper job advertisement for UNBC departmental chairs.

Personal Records

Series consists of records relating to Dr. Fisher's appointment at UNBC as professor, founding chair of the Department of History, Dean of Arts and Science, and Dean of the College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences. These employment records include appointment letters, annual reports, correspondence, and Curriculum Vitae.

Dr. Robin Fisher fonds

  • 2019.9
  • Fundo
  • 1992-2002

This fonds encompasses the academic and administrative career of esteemed Canadian historian Dr. Robin Fisher during his tenure at the University of Northern British Columbia. The records span Dr. Fisher's appointments at UNBC as professor, founding chair of the Department of History, Dean of Arts and Science, and Dean of the College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences.

Series include:

  1. Personal Records relating to Dr. Fisher's various appointments at UNBC
  2. Treaty Advisory records originating from Dr. Fisher's involvement in the Northern Interior Regional Advisory Committee and other treaty process advisory activities
  3. Teaching records relating to the development of Dr. Fisher's undergraduate and graduate courses, primarily in the Department of History
  4. Conferences & Service records relating to conferences attended or organized by Dr. Fisher, as well as activities given in service to the University or the community

Dr. Robin Fisher

TFL 30 1996 Fisheries Inventory

Item consists of data and reports on The Fish and Fish Habitat Inventory Project on TFL 30. This project was designed to undertake a reconnaissance level stream inventory to describe watershed-wide fish distributions and habitat characteristics in all the streams within Tree Farm Licence #30.

1995 and 1996 fish and fish habitat inventory within the Middle River Watershed group

Item consists of 1995 and 1996 fish and fish habitat inventory within the Middle River Watershed group prepared by EDI Environmental Dynamics. Computer disks consists of reports on fish and fish habitat inventories for various watersheds including Lower Trembleur, Upper Trembleur, Nation River, Middle River, Salmon River, Salmon Lake, Stuart River, and Takla Lake. Files also include data tables, notes, and a database.

Reconnaissance level fish and fish habitat inventories in the Herrick Creek watershed (Farmstead Creek sub-basin) 1996

Item consists of Reconnaissance level fish and fish habitat inventories in the Herrick Creek watershed (Farmstead Creek sub-basin) 1996, prepared by Lheit Lit'en Development Corporation. Computer disks consist of report documents, notes, and data spreadsheets. Database files also exist but cannot be read at this time due to the age of the software.

UNBC Labour Action Ephemera and Art Collection

  • 2019.15
  • Coleção
  • Nov. 2019

Growing collection of strike ephemera from students, CUPE staff, and faculty members at UNBC. Collection includes picketing signs, strike buttons, photographs, art, and videos from pickets and UNBC Faculty Association events during the 2015 and 2019 strikes, as well as posters and other ephemera from the UNBC Occupiers group.

Photographs

File consists of photographs relating to Ann Walsh's literary career, as well as her Banff Centre membership card.

BC Government literacy correspondence

File consists of Ann Walsh's correspondence with the BC Ministry of Education regarding Arts Starts, the provincial literacy plan, and BC writers.

Sweden

Includes correspondence and an event report pertaining to Ms. Walsh's trip to Sweden as a representative Canadian author (along with Robertson Davies and Sylvia Fraser) at the Bok and Bibliotek Book Fair in Goteborg, Sweden, Sept. 6-10, 1989.

Readings and tours

Includes conference agendas, related correspondence, workshop proposals, expense claims, reading tour schedules, and event notices.

Book Week

Includes reports written by Ann Walsh for the Canadian Children's Book Centre on Book Week activities, itineraries, related correspondence.

Salmon Arm workshop for adults

Includes workshop speaking notes, Shushwap Lake Writers' Festival programme, and a list of writing tips from B.C. Children's writers.

Workshop handouts

Includes workshop handouts as well as workshop speaking notes.

Talks and workshops

Includes workshop notes, various speaking notes including University College of the Cariboo Convocation Address (May 1994), a few workshop handouts.

Grant applications

Includes grant applications, project proposals and related correspondence.

Incoming and outgoing correspondence with writers

Includes correspondence between Ann Walsh and Robin Skelton, Bill Bissett, Shirlee Smith Matheson, Dave Jenkinson, W.P. Kinsella, Todd Lee, Laurence Gough, Gwen Pharis Ringwood, Jan Drabec, Mark Leiren-Young, Gail Whitter, Peter Gzowski, Lynne Bowen, Constance Horne, Norma Charles, Bev Brenna, Barbara Haworth-Attard, Nancy Oswald, David A.E. Spalding, and Penny Dickens.

Literary Career

Series consists of records relating to Ann Walsh's activities in relation to her literary career. Walsh led and participated in writing-related events such as writer's talks, workshops, readings, and tours. Records include correspondence, handouts, speaking notes, and photographs in relation to these events. Also includes grant applications, correspondence with other writers, and correspondence with readers.

Publicity photographs of Ann Walsh

File consists of studio portraits of Ann Walsh and other snapshots photographs of Ann Walsh for publicity purposes.

Video cassettes - Ann Walsh

Includes 2 VHS video cassettes:

  • 2019.12.01.78.01: "Wandering Canada, Programme 3: featuring Ann Walsh" (no date)
  • 2019.12.01.78.02: "Young Author's Conference - Ann Walsh, Smithers, BC, April 1986"

Audio recordings - Ann Walsh

Includes 5 standard audio cassettes:

  • 2019.12.3.12.01: "Your Time, My Time recorded by Ann" (120min),
  • 2019.12.3.12.02: "Ann's Interviews: various CBC interviews/shows, 1989-2003"- this tape consists of author interviews as well as recordings of Walsh's shows for CBC Radio's Almanac program. (180 min),
  • 2019.12.3.12.03: "Ann Walsh Hits #3: CBC Almanac shows, 1993-1994" - this tape consists of recordings of Walsh's shows for CBC Radio's Almanac program. (180min),
  • 2019.12.3.12.04: Home audio recording of Ann Walsh on CBC,
  • 2019.12.3.12.05: Home audio recording of Ann Walsh on CBC

Reviews, articles

Includes event programmes and posters, news clippings, book reviews, publisher's catalogues, and 1 colour photograph featuring a sock monkey hanging onto a pencil next to a copy of "The Doctor's Apprentice".

Reviews

Includes book reviews and press clippings of Ann Walsh publications.

Rejections - general

Includes rejection correspondence to Ann Walsh regarding various story proposals.

Submissions lists

Includes press clippings and lists of publishers to which material had been submitted.

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