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Salvation Army

Image depicts the Salvation Army on Ospika Boulevard in Prince George, B.C. Map coordinates 53°55'02.6"N 122°47'41.6"W

Salvation Army

Image depicts the Salvation Army on Ospika Boulevard in Prince George, B.C. Map coordinates 53°55'02.6"N 122°47'41.6"W.

Fraser Basin Council - Miscellaneous

File consists of correspondence relating to the Fraser Basin Council. Includes:

  • Partial correspondence to unidentified recipient from Iona Campagnolo, Chair of the Fraser Basin Council re: attendance at upcoming FBC Conference. (undated)

Fraser Basin Council

File consists of proposals, correspondence, poems, and ephemera relating to the Fraser Basin Council. Includes:

  • “Proposed concept for rural communities in the Fraser Basin”
  • Email correspondence to Iona Campagnolo from Gaile Wallin re: assistance with speech to Canadian Heritage Rivers System, May 27, 2001
  • Email correspondence to Iona Campagnolo from Beverli Barnes re: fitting (includes sample piece of fabric) August 26, 2001
  • “Ode to Iona” – poem/song written in honour of Iona Campagnolo, September 14, 2001
  • Fraser Basin Council presentation, September 14, 2001
  • Fraser Basin Council file folder
  • Biography of Iona Campagnolo and information on the Fraser Basin Council, faxed to Percy Downe, PMO, Ottawa, April 3, 2001
  • Newspaper clipping: “The Fraser River conjoins us all”, The Vancouver Sun, May 11, 2001
  • Signed letter to Iona Campagnolo, Fraser Basin Council, from Prime Minister Jean Chretien, re: thank you for congratulations, January 10, 2001
  • Faxed letter to unidentified recipient from Iona Campagnolo re: Jack Pelech’s contributions to the Canada Games, July 26, 2001

Fraser Basin Council

File consists of correspondence relating to the Fraser Basin Council. Includes:

  • Letter to Premier (designate) of B.C., The Honourable Ujjal Dosanjh from Iona Campagnolo, Chair of the Fraser Basin Council, re: introduction to the Fraser Basin Council, February 22, 2000

Fraser Basin Council

File consists of speeches and correspondence relating to the Fraser Basin Council. Includes:

  • Speech by Iona Campagnolo at The State of the Fraser Basin Conference, November 20, 1998, Richmond, B.C.
  • Speech by Iona Campagnolo, wrap-up of the State of the Fraser Basin Conference, November 21, 1998, Richmond, B.C.
  • Faxed letter to David Marshall from Iona Campagnolo, Fraser Basin Council re: conference feedback and future engagements, November 23, 1998
  • Speech by Iona Campagnolo, Fraser Basin Council Chair: “Who rows and steers our boat in participatory waters?”, October 1998
  • Speech to Partners for the Saskatchewan River Basin: “The Fraser Basin Model: a new structure for a new time”, Calgary, April 24, 1998

Honours and Awards

Series consists of placards, certificates, artwork, proclamations and event programs all related to various honours and awards bestowed upon the Honourable Iona Campagnolo throughout her career.

National Speakers Bureau

Series consists of speeches, a biography of Iona Campagnolo, correspondence, and contracts pertaining to speeches written and presented by the Honourable Iona Campagnolo while on contract for the National Speakers Bureau via Contemporary Communications.

Lieutenant Governor Iona Campagnolo with the Cowichan Valley Dragon Divas at Government House, Victoria, BC

The group stands in large room featuring Canadian flags and British Columbia crest.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “Divas, Left to Right: Sharon Ramshaw, Janet Germann, Wilma Harvie, Laura Fee, Carla Davies, Her Honour Ms Campagnolo, Artist Ms. Joseph, Christine MacLean, Bev Campbell, Lesley Zurrer, Lynne Woodgate front Doreen Wheeler”; printed label affixed to verso reads: “Cowichan Valley Dragon Divas, Box 653, Duncan, B.C., V9L 3X9”.

Iona Campagnolo sitting in the centre of a group portrait of the Children’s Aid Society of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie, ON

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “C.E.O. Conference - Ontario, Children’s Aid Society of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, October 13, 1994”; handwritten note, received 8 November 1994, on Children’s Aid Society of Algoma, Larry McConnell, Chief Executive Officer letterhead, reads: “Iona, I thought you might like this picture. You can hang it right beside your first group cabinet picture, Best Regards, Larry”.

CUSO Mission in Angola - Cliffs above unknown community, clouds below

Photograph is one of seven images orginally included within a diary dated 12-22 November 1987. Photos depict a day to day account of Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO) mission to establish whether or not a Canadian presence is justified in the fight against Apartheid and for the liberation of Namibia within a Soviet Sphere Socialist State. See also items 2009.6.1.490 - 2009.6.1.495.

CUSO Mission in Angola - Cliffs above unknown community

Photograph is one of seven images orginally included within a diary dated 12-22 November 1987. Photos depict a day to day account of Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO) mission to establish whether or not a Canadian presence is justified in the fight against Apartheid and for the liberation of Namibia within a Soviet Sphere Socialist State. See also items 2009.6.1.490 - 2009.6.1.496.

CUSO Mission in Angola - Three unidentified women stand over a group children seated in rows

The group sits in front of a large pink building.

Photograph is one of seven images orginally included within a diary dated 12-22 November 1987. Photos depict a day to day account of Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO) mission to establish whether or not a Canadian presence is justified in the fight against Apartheid and for the liberation of Namibia within a Soviet Sphere Socialist State. See also items 2009.6.1.490 - 2009.6.1.496.

CUSO Mission in Angola - Iona Campagnolo walking on path between thatched-roof huts

Photograph is one of seven images orginally included within a diary dated 12-22 November 1987. Photos depict a day to day account of Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO) mission to establish whether or not a Canadian presence is justified in the fight against Apartheid and for the liberation of Namibia within a Soviet Sphere Socialist State. See also items 2009.6.1.490 - 2009.6.1.496.

CUSO Mission in Angola - Unidentified child seated in a wheelchair

Photograph is one of seven images orginally included within a diary dated 12-22 November 1987. Photos depict a day to day account of Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO) mission to establish whether or not a Canadian presence is justified in the fight against Apartheid and for the liberation of Namibia within a Soviet Sphere Socialist State. See also items 2009.6.1.490 - 2009.6.1.496.

CUSO Mission in Angola - Group of unidentified children pose on a patio

Photograph is one of seven images orginally included within a diary dated 12-22 November 1987. Photos depict a day to day account of Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO) mission to establish whether or not a Canadian presence is justified in the fight against Apartheid and for the liberation of Namibia within a Soviet Sphere Socialist State. See also items 2009.6.1.490 - 2009.6.1.496.

CUSO Mission in Angola - Group of unidentified children

Most children in the group are seated on ground in front of pink building, some stand clapping.

Photograph is one of seven images orginally included within a diary dated 12-22 November 1987. Photos depict a day to day account of Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO) mission to establish whether or not a Canadian presence is justified in the fight against Apartheid and for the liberation of Namibia within a Soviet Sphere Socialist State. See also items 2009.6.1.491 - 2009.6.1.496.

Beach behind Hotel Costa do Sol

Handwritten annotation on slide casing reads: “behind hotel Costa do Sol”.

Photograph is one of seven images believed to have been taken on a Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO) mission in Mozambique; see also items 2009.6.1.483 - 2009.6.1.489.

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