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Accession Number: 86-031

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Commission on Canadian Studies fonds. -- 1970-1986. -- 19 m of textual records.

Biography / History

The Commission on Canadian Studies was established in 1972 by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC). As stated in the introduction of "To Know Ourselves" (the Commission's report), the Commission: "was prompted by the growing interest in Canadian Studies at Canadian Universities...the Commission intended to assist the discussion and to further the development of studies related to Canada by providing accurate information about the present state of teaching and research in this area, and by directing attention to the possibilities of and needs for new programmes in the future." The Commission was to study, report and make recommendations about the state of teaching and research relating to Canadian Studies. The Commission defined Canadian Studies teaching or research in any field that promoted knowledge about Canada. The accomplishments of the Commission were extensive. Through public hearings, submitted briefs, surveys, questionnaires, meetings with representatives from educational institutions, government agencies, professional and academic societies, the Commission prompted considerable response. T.H.B. Symons was Chairman of the Commission.

Custodial History

This fonds was created by the Commission on Canadian Studies and in the custody of T.H.B. Symons until it was donated to the Trent University Archives.

Scope and Content

This fonds consists of briefs, correspondence, memoranda and responses to "To Know Ourselves" and "Some Questions of Balance".

Notes

Title based on creator of fonds.

This fonds was donated by Professor T.H.B. Symons.

This fonds has been organized into Series according to their original adminstrative organization.

Some of the records are in French.

Restrictions: Permission of the University Archivist.

Finding aids: Y

For related records see: 81-005 and 87-003 (T.H.B. Symons fonds).

The initials THBS in the finding aid refer to Professor Thomas H.B. Symons.

The initials TKO in the finding aid refer to "To Know Ourselves" the report of the Commission on Canadian Studies.

This fonds was processed with the assistance of the Public Archives of Canada under the terms of a grant which allowed archival institutions to arrange and process accumulated backlogs. This support is gratefully acknowledged.

Finding Aid

Professor Symons states in To Know Ourselves in the chapter dealing with the rationale for Canadian Studies: [I]f a Canadian is to seek the self-knowledge that is essential for both health and wisdom, he must have access to a wider self-knowledge of his historical community and its contemporary circumstances. That is the answer to the Commission's question: why be concerned with Canadian Studies? And it is the source of the further question that underlies this Report: are the Universities of Canada making an adequate and reasonable contribution to the quest for national self-knowledge, which is the indispensable condition of individual self-knowledge?

The Chairman of the Commission, Thomas H.B. Symons, founding President and Vanier Professor of Trent University at Peterborough, Ontario, donated the Commission's papers to Trent University Archives. With reference to these papers, the introduction to Some Questions of Balance states: "Together...these papers constitute an extraordinarily interesting and valuable source of information an opinion about the issues of concern to Canadians and about the way in which Canadians have perceived themselves and their country in the decade from 1972- 1983."

The Commission's Report, To Know Ourselves (Volume 1 and 2  - published together in one volume) came out in 1975 and the third volume, Some Questions of Balance, was published in 1984. A synopsis of Volumes 1 and 2 was published in 1978 under the title The Symon's Report.

The following statement from AUCC March 5, 1976 concisely states the findings of the Commission on Canadian Studies: Canadians do not know themselves. Though Canada is unique in its diversity and Canadians are distinctive as a people, most Canadians do not seem to be aware of these realities...or his reason much more must be done to develop knowledge and awareness of Canada. Volumes 1 and 2 of the Report documented the: neglect of teaching and research about Canada in many areas of post-secondary education....[They] called for reasonable balance in curriculum and research activities that would allow adequate attention to be given to the particular needs of the historical and contemporary circumstances of this country....Volume 3 of the Report dealt mainly with questions concerning the current and future supply of human resources required to support teaching and research. As in the first two volumes the Commission calls for a reasonable balance in higher education, in this case in order to meet the country's present and future needs for highly qualifies graduates....it examines the question about composition and adequacy of the supply of human resources upon whom such teaching and research must depend.

As shown here, the accomplishments of the Commission were extensive. Through public hearings, submitted briefs, surveys, questionnaires, meetings with representatives from educational institutions, government agencies, professional and academic societies, the Commission prompted considerable public response. The Commission Papers run to some 18.8 metres...each piece of paper a contribution to a greater knowledge of our country and the educational system which we depend upon for self-knowledge.

As Jim Page remarks in his publication entitled, Reflections on the Symons Report : The State of Canadian Studies in 1980, "Since the release of To Know Ourselves, the flood of enquiries and comments has continued unabated to this day and the ongoing work of the Commission from 1976 to 1980 has been as influential, in some instances, as the Report itself." Page goes on to say that "To Know Ourselves has encouraged action on a number of specific problems, and has contributed to a change in the academic climate of this country so as to make more advances in Canadian Studies possible."

Also included in the Commission on Canadian Studies Papers is a series dealing with the Book and Periodical Development Council (BPDC). The BPDC commenced in 1976. In their first newsletter (December 1976) the BPDC explained their existence as "an attempt...to hammer out a common agreement and a more thoughtful and understanding of the various elements that make up the complex art and business of writing, selling and circulating books and magazines in Canada."

In a sense, the BPDC was a response to the Commission on Canadian Studies. Continually throughout the Commission's Report, the lack of Canadian research materials and textbooks is presented as a problem (sometimes as an excuse for a lack of Canadian Studies Programs).

"In some cases limited emphasis on Canadian Studies, or the failure to use Canadian materials, has been attributed to the lack of suitable texts and other resources. This has certainly been true in many instances, and the Commission is concerned about the shortage or even complete lack of Canadian texts and other teaching materials in many academic fields."

The BPDC addresses this problem. One of their main objectives was to see that an adequate representative range of Canadian books and periodicals is available to the public in all libraries and educational institutions in Canada. One major project for the BPDC was the publishing of the synopsis of To Know Ourselves in 1978. As mentioned in their newsletter, the BPDC is trying to "move the critical question of what is being taught in our schools and universities, the role that Canada and things Canadian play in our educational system, more into the realm of public discussion and debate." A method to ensure this was the publishing of the Synopsis which enabled the views of the Commission and the Report itself to be distributed to the "widest possible audience." Another link between the BPDC and the Commission was Tom McMillan. As a senior Research Associate with the Commission, Tom McMillan became aware of the problems of the Canadian publishing industry first hand. In 1977, he was invited to become the chairman of the BPDC.

The papers of the BPDC contain office files and a section dealing with the development and publishing of the synopsis.

The Commission on Canadian Studies Papers are considered to be an integral part of the Commission as a whole. Collected here are the individual briefs, the research material and data, and the numerous responses that the Commission generated in its existence. Drafts of individual chapters and volumes show the changes brought about by the comments from the members of the Commission and the liaison people they were distributed to. Each change reflects an attitude or opinion of an individual, each worthy of attention. By studying the papers of the Commission, a researcher will not only be presented with the views of the Commission but, as previously mentioned, will be confronted with an over-all assessment by Canada as a whole through the input and responses from the public and/or institutions.

This collection would intrigue anyone interested in education or Canadian Studies...anyone for that matter who feels as Professor Symons does that: [S]elf-knowledge of an individual cannot be divorced from the knowledge of the society in which one lives. The two kinds of knowledge are not only mutually dependent, but are ultimately in and the same...The quest for self-knowledge, now as then must embrace the study of culture and community.  

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SERIES A Briefs to the Commission. Box 4 and 5 are restricted indefinitely.

SERIES B Individual chapter materials regarding To Know Ourselves. Materials include briefs, notes, articles, clippings, correspondence, memos, chapter drafts, issues of relevant publications and so forth. Each file contains an assortment of the various types of material as noted on the finding aid. Briefs have been removed form the context of the papers as they are all contained in Series A. The introductory letter or first page with the number on it has been kept in the file. 'Notes' pertains to handwritten notes by members of the Commission or other individuals. 'Articles' are copies or clipped articles from all sources except newspapers. 'Clippings' refers to newspaper clippings only.

If file headings are under-lined on the Finding Aid, they are the original headings assigned by members of the Commission. If they are not under-lined, they have been labelled by the researcher.

SERIES C Commission response files. They include a variety of material from individuals, institutions and organizations. General media responses are also included.

SERIES D Individual chapter material regarding Some Questions of Balance.

SERIES E Material for individual chapters that were intended for a fourth (unpublished) volume.

SERIES F Research material in any of the following forms: correspondence, clippings, articles, reports, papers, briefs, statistics. F(i) consists of material regarding individual universities. F(ii) consists of research files other than universities.

SERIES G Material relating to the Book and Periodical Development Council.

SERIES H General Correspondence.

SERIES I Commission's general office files.

SERIES J Miscellaneous files.    

SERIES A

Briefs to the Commission. Box 4 and 5 are restricted indefinitely.

BOX 1

FOLDER:

1 #1-14 (#3 missing)

2 #15-3

3 #34-46

4 #47

5 #48-68

6 #69-80

7 #81-84 (#85 missing)

8 #86

9 #87

10 #88-104

11 #105-120 (#113 missing)

12 #130-161 (#151a, #157 missing)

13 #162-173 (#174 missing)

14 #175

15 #176-191 (#191 is #156, #182 is #148)

16 #192

17 #193-207 (#202f, g, n - missing)

BOX 2

FOLDER:

1 #208-216

Blue Binder is #217

2 #218-257

3 #258

4 #259-280

5 #281-300

6 #301-309

7 #310  

8 #311-334

9 #335-341

10 #342

11 #343-365

12 #366-393

13 #394-420

14 #421  

BOX 3

FOLDER:

1 #422-454

2 #455-478

3 #479-499

3a #500

4 #501-522

5 #523-535

6 #536-548

7 #549-569

8 #570-573

9 #574-575

10 #576

11 #577-589

12 #801-807

13 #808-829  

BOX 4

CONFIDENTIAL BRIEFS (CLOSED)

FOLDER:

1 #600-611

2 #612

3 #613-625

4 #626-627  

5 #628

6 #629-637  

BOX 5

CONFIDENTIAL BRIEFS (CLOSED)

FOLDER:

1 #638

2 #639-656

3 #657-666

4 #659

5 #667-677  

BOX 5A

FOLDER:

1 Index to briefs by subject

2 List of Briefs by number

3 Precis of Briefs

4 Research index to files

5 Index to Response Files (Box 36-38)

The following is a list of Briefs which are not included in the numbered list but are included in the boxes: #19 W.L. Morton #51 E.J. Miles #52 William E. Carroll #323 M.P. Bachynski #324 Dixon Tompson #325 Colin B. Mackay #326 R.A.J. Phillips Esq. #327 J. Keith Fraser #377 M.G. Taylor #378 Lucien Michaud #384 Miss Joan Chalmers #388 Maurice Joubert #523 Peter Manning #524 R.J. Baker #525 George Ignatieff #526 Roger Carter #527 Jim Friders #528 David P. Ross #529 John Banks #530 James Steele #829 Lucien Michaud #216 is the same as #273 #222 is the same as #144  

SERIES B

Individual chapter materials regarding To Know Ourselves.

BOX 6

FOLDER:

1 Correspondence and response to draft chapter: some correspondence, articles, clippings notes for addresses, notes, summaries drafts No. 2, 3 and 4

2 Replies to draft chapter

3 Themes to be developed in the introductory chapter: hearings; liaison persons; terms of reference; recommendations; methodology; briefs; Commission's existence; definition of Canadian Studies; participation and involvement (and consultation); "reforms will be expensive but Education is expensive"

4 Themes to be developed in introductory chapter: General recommendations; summarize themes

5 Structure of introductory chapter notes, articles, briefs

6 Draft No. 1 of the introductory chapter copies of draft with comments

7 Background materials to introductory chapter correspondence, notes, briefs

8 Background material to introductory chapter correspondence, notes, briefs

9 Background material to introductory chapter material from "National Conference on the State of Canadian Bibliography"

10 Background material to introductory chapter notes, correspondence, briefs, articles, clippings

11 Background material to introductory chapter copy of brief 368 notes, correspondence, briefs, press releases

12 Background materials to introductory chapter clippings, correspondence, notes, papers, press releases

13 Background material to the introductory chapter

14 Commission reports on meetings held at Canadian Universities notes, memos, correspondence    

15 Introductory chapter regarding Commission hearings notes, memos relating to meetings held at Canadian Universities one stenos pad with notes "Michael Jenkin"

16 Introductory Chapter hot file for conference brochures, clippings, chapter outline member of staff list advisory panel list liaison person list

17 Rationale: practical reasons for studying Canada articles, clippings

18 Rationale: peculiarly Canadian problems and needs articles

19 Response to the draft chapter of the rationale correspondence

20 correspondence, comments on drafts

21 correspondence, comments on drafts

22 correspondence, comments on drafts  

BOX 7

FOLDER:

1 Rationale regarding Canadian identity briefs, papers

2 Rationale regarding student demand for Canadian Studies papers with notations

3 Rationale regarding Canadian Studies abroad theme briefs, papers

4 Rationale regarding Canadian Universities and Canadian Society clippings, articles, correspondence

5 Rationale: Background Drafts of Chapter correspondence and comments regarding drafts of rationale chapter Draft No. 2, 4, 4-updated 29 July, 1975.

6 Rationale: Know Thyself    

7 Initial theme for Rationale articles

8 Rationale regarding Academic Value of Canadian Studies briefs, notes

9 Rationale: Background papers briefs, articles

10 Rationale: Background papers briefs, articles, correspondence

11 Rationale regarding The Brain Drain clippings

12 Rationale regarding: Centres of National Excellence briefs, correspondence

13 Rationale regarding: Knowledge of Canada Abroad correspondence, clippings

14 Rationale regarding: Degree of Self Awareness in Canada clippings, briefs, notes, correspondence

15 Rationale regarding: Validity of Canadian Studies correspondence, article

16 Rationale regarding: Hot File for Press Conference notes, clippings, briefs

17 Curriculum Dead regarding: Research copy "Summary of Comments contained in replies to Commission's Questionnaire from Universities" - staff paper by Jamie Benedickson

18 Curriculum Chapter regarding: Arctic Studies correspondence, articles, briefs, clippings "Institute for Northern Studies" annual report 1970-1971, 1971-1972 Canadian Arctic Resources Committee - papers, proposals

19 Curriculum Dead regarding: Acadian Studies briefs, clippings, articles

20 Curriculum Dead regarding: Social Science Research briefs, correspondence, articles

21 Curriculum Chapter - General - Dead briefs, copy of 494 notes, clippings, correspondence

22 Curriculum Dead regarding: Bibliographic Resumes correspondence, notes, bibliographies

23 Curriculum Dead regarding: Religious History catalogues for Canadian church histories some correspondence

24 Curriculum Dead regarding: Canadian Studies Foundations material regarding foundation and conference at Trent University (May 1969)

25 Curriculum Dead regarding: "Franco-Ontarian Studies" briefs, correspondence

26 Curriculum Dead regarding: Cartography correspondence, catalogues, articles

27 Curriculum Dead regarding: Canadian Literature correspondence, briefs, some clippings  

BOX 8

FOLDER:

1 Material: Canadian literature (English) clippings, briefs, articles

2 Sociology and Anthropology papers, articles, briefs, clippings

3 Material: Art History briefs, clippings (copy of 418)

4 Interpretation Material: French/English (both in one file folder) briefs, correspondence, articles "Commissioner of Official Languages" 3rd and 4th annual reports, brochures

5 Folklore clippings, briefs

6 Economics briefs, material from "Economic Council of Canada" and "Canadian Economic Council"

7 Psychology briefs  

8 Regional Studies briefs, correspondence, papers, clippings

9 Geography clippings, briefs, correspondence

10 Ethnic Studies correspondence, clippings

11 Pan-Canadian proposal clippings, briefs

12 International Relations

13 Northern Studies clippings, briefs, notes

14 Performing Arts clippings, press releases, notes briefs correspondence

15 Religion briefs, notes

16 Canadian Literature: French briefs, notes, correspondence copies of Commissioner of Official Languages 3rd, 4th Annual Reports in Canadian Literature: English File 86-031-8-1

17 Women's Studies clippings, articles, briefs

18 Philosophy briefs, papers, articles, correspondence

19 History briefs, correspondence, articles

20 Part-time and continuing education clippings, notes, calendars

21 Future Studies notes, articles

22 Political Studies notes, briefs, articles, correspondence

23 Curriculum Hot briefs, correspondence, papers, chapter comments      

24 Curriculum Hot briefs, articles, clippings, Canada Council news Releases

25 Curriculum Dead regarding: Extension Education briefs, correspondence, notes

26 Ethnic Studies and Multiculturalism notes, addresses

27 Ethnic Studies and Multiculturalism notes, addresses

28 Curriculum Dead regarding: S.S.H.R.C. and H.R.C. briefs, notes, correspondence "Humanities Research Council" member list THBS--S.S.R.C. working file

29 Curriculum regarding: Economics--Dead clippings, correspondence, briefs  

BOX 9

FOLDER:

1 Curriculum Dead regarding: Interdisciplinary Studies briefs, correspondence

2 Curriculum Dead regarding: Interdisciplinary Studies briefs, correspondence, brief from the University of Calgary to the Committee of Inquiry into Non- Canadian Influence, Part I and II

3 Curriculum Dead regarding: History correspondence, briefs

4 Curriculum Dead regarding: Journalism correspondence, notes

5 Curriculum Dead regarding: Labour Studies papers, correspondence

6 Curriculum Dead regarding: Local and Area Studies notes, papers, correspondence, briefs

7 Curriculum Dead regarding: Intergovernmental Affairs papers, correspondence, brief, "Federal Support of University and Colleges of Canada" by W.J. Waines      

8 Curriculum Dead regarding: Marine Studies & Oceanography briefs, correspondence, news releases

9 Curriculum Dead regarding: Performing Arts correspondence, papers, briefs

10 Curriculum Dead regarding: Music briefs, brochures

11 Curriculum Dead regarding: Bilingualism & Biculturalism 3rd, 4th Annual Reports, see 86-031-8-1 papers, correspondence, briefs a paper presented at the "Canadian Society for Higher Education" annual conference at McGill University 1972

12 Curriculum Dead regarding: Bilingualism & Biculturalism

13 Curriculum Dead regarding: Psychology clippings, correspondence

14 Curriculum Dead regarding: Political Science briefs, correspondence

15 Curriculum Dead regarding: Research briefs, correspondence

16 Curriculum Dead regarding: Secretary of State Department brochures, notes, correspondence

17 Curriculum Dead regarding: Social Science Data Availability reports

18 Curriculum Dead regarding: Educational Data from Statistics Canada brief, material from Statistics Canada

19 Curriculum Dead regarding: Summer Programmes correspondence

20 Curriculum Dead regarding: Statistics Canada Data data from Statistics Canada

21 Curriculum Dead regarding: Survey of University Enrollment survey, notes, memo    

22 Comments on Draft Chapter Two by Dr. R.J. Baker

23 Comments on Draft Chapter Two by Francess G. Halpenny

24 Curriculum Chapter Draft Replies--Dead Replies from: Robin S. Harris Reverend R. Guindon

25 Curriculum Chapter Draft Replies--Dead Replies from: J.H. Sword Carl F. Klink  

BOX 10

FOLDER:

1 Curriculum Chapter Draft Replies--Dead Replies from: Michiel Horn Dr. A.M. Kristjanson Dr. George Ignatieff

2 Replies from: Prof. Frederick F. Thompson Dr. G. Tomkins

3 Replies from: David M. Hayne D.M. Healy  

BOX 11

FOLDER:

1 Curriculum Chapter Draft Replies Comments from: Prof. Jack Warwick Dr. A.W.R. Carothers

2 Comments from: Marcel Caya Esq. John Banks Esq.

3 Comments from: Dr. A. Davidson Dunton Dr. Claude Bissell Prof. S.D. Clark Prof. R.H. Sadleir Prof. C. Jaenen Dr. John Deutsch Peter Waite Dr. K.G. Pryke Dr. D.C. Williams Prof. J.F. Leddy Dr. George F.G. Stanley Bruce Peel Esq. Prof. John Wadland

4 Comments from: Dr. Robert E. Bell

5 Comments from: Dr. Ronald Sutherland Dr. K.H. Bongart

6 Comments from: Prof. J.W. Yolton Dr. Colin B. MacKay

7 Comments from: Prof. Evelyn Moore Dr. Pierre Savard

8 Comments from: Mlle Maillet M. Andre Leblanc

9 Comments from: Prof. W.C.D. Pacey Prof. T.E.W. Nind

10 Comments from: Prof. W.L. Morton Dr. J. Percy Smith

11 Comments from: Pierre Marin Esq. Prof. Benoit A. Robert

12 Notes on draft -- THBS  

BOX 12

FOLDER:

1 Drafts and rough notes

2 Drafts and rough notes

3 Drafts and rough notes

4 Draft #3, 11 June 1974

Also in BOX 12 -- Draft 2, 16 May 1974  

BOX 13

FOLDER:

1 Notes and comments of Draft 4 by: Prof. C.E. Rathe

2 James M. Colthart

3 Jaques Monet s.j.

4 Prof. John Wadland

5 John Trent

6 Prof. David R. Cameron

7 List of suggested additions by page some correspondence -- one group severely faded  

8 Draft of Chapter 5

9 Draft 6

10 Draft 7

11 Curriculum Material received since publication of volume I and II (5) brief, correspondence, papers, notes, newsletters

12 Curriculum Material Rec'd Since Publication (6) briefs, articles, papers, clippings, correspondence

13 Same as above (7)

14 Same as above (8)

15 Same as above (9) 1 copy of "Tour Organizers Handbook"

16 Same as above (10) clippings, reports, notes, news releases

17 Same as above (11) item #35 copy of brief #635  

BOX 14

FOLDER:

1 Papers presented at the "National Social Science Conference on Social Science and Public Policy in Canada, Human Rights and Justice Session" November 21, 1975, Ottawa.

2 Curriculum Material Rec'd Since Publication (13) articles, clippings

3 Same as above (14)

4 Same as above (15) Item #43 -- Guelf Spring Festival -- souvenir program, correspondence, articles, clippings, briefs

5 Curriculum Material Rec'd Since Publication (16) correspondence, clippings, articles

6 Curriculum Material Rec'd Since Publication (17) paper delivered at "National Social Science Conference" November 1975

7 Same as above      

8 Curriculum Material Received Since Publication of Volumes I and II correspondence, papers, articles

9 Same as above

10 Same as above

11 Same as above (Item #23 the same as #13)

12 Same as above plus clippings and briefs

13 Same as above

14 Science General Files Hot! (4) papers, correspondence, articles  

BOX 15

FOLDER:

1 Science General File Hot! briefs, correspondence, articles, clippings, comments on chapter drafts

2 Same as above

3 Science General File Hot (4b) correspondence, clippings

4 Continued from 86-031-15-3: comments of draft chapters

5 Science Dead re: Facilities (5) Material concerning National Museum of Man; National Museum of Science and Technology; National Botanical Garden System; some briefs

6 Science Dead re: Scientific Organizations (6) memos from Dixon Tompson some articles, parts of chapter drafts  

BOX 16

FOLDER:

1 Tom McMillan's Hot File re: Science (7) correspondence, articles, briefs, clippings

2 Sciences Chapter Dead re: Introduction (8) articles, notes, briefs, clippings

3 Sciences Dead re: Interdisciplinarity (9) briefs, clippings, articles, notes    

4 Sciences Dead re: Science Council of Canada briefs, notes, correspondence

5 Sciences Dead re: Internationalism (10) articles, briefs

6 Sciences Dead re: Mission Oriented Basic Research (11) - memos, clippings, notes

7 Sciences Dead re: Definition of Canadian Science (12) - notes

8 Sciences Dead re: History of Science (13) briefs, notes, memos

9 Science Dead re: Miscellaneous (14) briefs, correspondence, notes

10 Science Dead re: Publications (17) briefs, articles

11 Science Dead re: Examples (18) clippings, briefs, articles

12 Sciences re: Science Council (19a) briefs, clippings, annual reports

13 Science Council (continued) (19b) clippings, notes, briefs, articles

14 Sciences Dead re: Funding (20) clippings

15 Sciences Dead re: Background to Introduction notes, memos, briefs

16 The Sciences and Canadian Studies briefs, clippings, articles, drafts, correspondence

17 Commission on Canadian Studies some science and technology material notes, briefs, articles, clippings, correspondence

19 Sciences Dead re: Geology clippings, correspondence, brief

20 Sciences Dead re: Application of Science to Canadian Problems notes, correspondence, press releases, articles, papers

21 Science Dead re: Arboretum notes, correspondence  

BOX 17

FOLDER:

1 Sciences dead re: National Research Council articles, correspondence, briefs, papers, reports

2 Science Dead re: Science Policy notes, briefs, correspondence, papers

3 Sciences Dead re: Ministry of State for Science and Technology briefs, correspondence, memos, papers

4 Science and Technology Update Material (1) papers, briefs, reports, (mostly relating to the Science Council of Canada)

5 Science and Technology Update Material (2) correspondence

6 Science and Technology Update Material (3) includes "The Sciences Chapter--Hot File for Conference" many clippings, articles, correspondence, briefs

7 Science and Technology Update Material (4) many clippings, some briefs, correspondence

8 Science and Technology Update Material (5) papers, press clippings, 3 Volumes of "Task Force-- Operation Oil" (Cleaning up of the Arrow Oil-spill on Chedabucto Bay)

9 Science and Technology Update Material (6) clippings, papers, briefs

10 Science Technology Update Material (7) papers, clippings, brief

11 Science and Technology Update Material (8) articles, clippings, briefs

12 Science and Technology Update Material (9) papers, correspondence, article

13 Comments on Final Revisions to Science Chapter (3b) comments by Dr. John B. MacDonald on Draft IV, 12 December 1974 comments by Tom McMillan on Final Draft, 1 Jan. 1975 "Culling for Recommendations" on Final Draft, 4 February 1975 - By T.H.B. Symons            

BOX 18

FOLDER:

1 Comments on Final Draft of Sciences Chapter (3a) Tom McMillan's revisions to the first 11 pages T.H.B.S. Jamie's ( ) revisions to first 11 pages Dr. Claude Fortier (several pages) Dr. Deutsch Draft 5, 1 January 1975

2 Final Draft o Sciences Chapter (1) 1 January 1975 T.H.B.S. revisions for final draft

3 Draft 4 Sciences Chapter (15) Draft with many notes (possibly by Tom McMillan)

4 Sciences Chapter Final Revisions to Recommendations (2) summary of recommendations THBS 10 February 1974 (sic) summary of recommendations revised 12 February 1975 THBS summary of recommendations Tom McMillan 14 February 1975 summary of recommendations Jamie ( ) 15 February 1975 revisions of recommendations given to Joan Rondeau 25 February 1975

5 Science Draft Replies (22a) papers, briefs (no replies)

6 Science Draft Replies (22) replies from: Dixon Tompson John Wadland Kenneth Hare Robert E. Bell Evelyn Moore M.P. Bachynski  

BOX 19

FOLDER:

1 Science Draft Replies (22b) replies from: Peter A. Forsyth James Guillet A. Davidson Dunton L.B. Siemens Marcel Caya Brief 451 John Parkin J.W. Grove Denis Smith W.E. Taylor Jr. John Anderson Andre E. Leblanc M.P. Bachynski

2 Draft Replies to Science Chapter (16) replies from: A.M. Kristjanson J.I. Lodge P.D. McTaggart Cowan Colin B. Mackay (letter)  

3 Draft Replies to Science Chapter replies from: Bernard Trotter Anne Innis Dagg O.M. Dolandt P.D. McTaggart Cowan

4 Replies from: Dr. Dixon Thompson T.E.W. Nind James M. Colthart John Wadland

5 Replies from: A.A. Bruneau J. Tuzo Wilson Kenneth Hare D.M. Healy David Hayne

6 Replies from: Robert E. Bell Dr. J. Le Roy THBS on Draft III "Jim's copy" (Jim Page?)

7 Copy with comments (no name) Correspondence with various people about their comments

8 Final Draft 4 Feb. 1975 Updated 7 April Draft IV 12 Dec. 1974

9 Copy of speech by Jeanne Sauve March 21, 1974 - with marginalia

10 Professions re: comments on preliminary drafts of the Chapter (1a) replies from: Robert E. Bell Eileen McMillan Robin S. Harris A.W.R. Carothers

11 Professions re: Comments on preliminary Drafts of the Chapter (1b) comments from: Jim ( m) Jamie (Benedickson) Tom ( ) J.R. Evans Bette Stephenson also various correspondence concerning the chapter

12 Drafts of chapter with comments--(mostly from Jim??) possibly James M. Fulton    

13 Professions re: Comments on Preliminary Drafts of Chapter (c) replies from: P.D. McTaggart Cowan J.G. Parr O.M. Solandt D.M. Healy James M. Colthart J.C. Polanyi

14 Replies from: Jamie ( ) 1 copy with remarks but no name!

15 Professions re: Comments on Preliminary Drafts of the Chapter replies from: Dr. Kristjanson John B. Macdonald David M. Hayne John Wadland

16 Replies from: J. Roby Kidd Evelyn R. Moore William E. Taylor Jr.  

BOX 20

FOLDER:

1 Professions re: Comments on Preliminary Drafts of the Chapter replies from: Frank Cosentino C.J. McMillan Philip A.S. Lapp Ross M. Matthews A.G. Davenport

2 Professions re: Comments on Preliminary Draft of the Chapter comments by: J.B. Firstbrook Dixon Thompson George S. Tomkins

3 Professions re: Introduction Themes papers, briefs, clippings, notes, correspondence

4 Professions re: Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine briefs, articles, clippings, notes, correspondence, also contains file "Commissions on Canadian Studies: letter from the Principal of McGill, "Would anyone in his right mind...think of Agriculture as a Canadian Study??!" also Science Council Reports #10 and #12        

5 Professions re: Architecture and Environmental Design briefs, clippings, correspondence, papers

6 Professions re: Business and Management Studies notes, clippings, briefs

7 Professions re: Education clippings, correspondence, briefs

8 Professions re: O.I.S.E. and other Educational Research Institutions clippings, correspondence, report

9 Professions re: Engineering clippings, correspondence, report

10 Professions re: Forestry Science Council of Canada Reports correspondence, briefs, articles

11 Professions re: Health Sciences briefs, clippings, notes, correspondence Science Council of Canada Reports

12 Professions re: Health Sciences notes, briefs, clippings, correspondence

13 Professions re: Law notes, briefs, clippings, articles comments on draft #1 from W.R. Lederman Professions re: Law -- Common and Civil Law notes -- mostly sections and clippings from brief #202 from Prof. Patterson about Legal Education in Canada

14 Professions re: Law -- Undergraduate Studies briefs, correspondence Professions re: Law -- need for a Major Study correspondence Professions re: Law -- Graduate Studies University of Toronto Law Journal (reprint) brief, correspondence Professions re: Law -- Law Libraries clipping Professions re: Law -- Law and Society correspondence, clippings Professions re: Law -- Areas of Neglect correspondence, notes Professions re: Law -- Biographies clippings of Professor Patterson's brief Professions re: Law -- Supreme Court correspondence, clippings of a brief  

15 Professions re: Law -- Books and Treatises correspondence and clippings of brief #202

16 Professions re: Physical Education and Sport briefs, articles, notes, clippings

17 Professions re: Social Work notes, briefs, correspondence Professions re: Recommendations re: Canada component in Education for the Professions letter from John Evans re: his brief paper by Robin S. Harris "Social Studies: Education."

18 Professions re: Mechanization and Technical Support for Canadian Studies clippings, correspondence Science Council of Canada Report #21 Reports, publications (related)  

BOX 21

FOLDER:

1 Professions re: Urban Studies correspondence, memos, articles issues of Urban History Review, brief

2 Professions re: Miscellaneous briefs, articles, clippings, papers

3 Professions re: Background Material clippings, notes, papers form letter Thank you's for replies

4 Professions re: Background Material briefs, articles, clippings, correspondence, news releases

5 Professions re: Background Material notes, correspondence, published materials published index to current Legal research in Law for 1972  

BOX 22

FOLDER:

1 Professions re: News Clippings clippings

2 Professions re: Sundry Materials briefs, correspondence, papers, memos, press clippings      

3 Professions re: Correspondence some clippings

4 Professions re: Notes some notes

5 Professions re: Follow up Materials clippings, papers briefs, correspondence, articles, related publications

6 Professions re: Follow up Materials clippings, papers, briefs, correspondence

7 Professions re: Follow up Material copy of brief #629 briefs, clippings, papers articles, correspondence, related publications

8 Professions re: Follow up Materials briefs, clippings, papers articles, related publications

9 Professions re: Miscellaneous File articles, clippings, papers, briefs

10 Professions re: Hot File for Conference articles, clippings, papers, briefs

11 Professions re: Update Material correspondence, press releases, briefs, clippings large folder: "Western Management" --School of Business Administration

12 Professions re: Update Material articles, briefs, clippings, papers

13 Professions re: Update Material briefs, correspondence, clippings, papers

14 Professions re: Agriculture material relating to O'Sullivan Report Sept. 1976 re: Veterinary School in Atlantic Provinces some correspondence

15 Professions re: Update Material clippings, correspondence, articles

16 Commission on Canadian Studies: manuscript revisions for the chapter on "Canadian content in the University Curriculum."    

17 Commission on Canadian Studies: manuscript revisions for the chapter on Canadian Content in the University Curriculum."

18 Same as above  

BOX 23

FOLDER:

1 Draft #1 and Draft #5 of the chapter "Canadian Content in the University Curriculum."

2 Commission on Canadian Studies: manuscript revisions for the chapter "Canadian Content in the University Curriculum" draft #4, draft #5

3 same as above draft #6 20 May, 1975

4 same as above draft #5 27 May, 1975

5 same as above draft #7 21 July, 1975

6 Comment on draft #5 March 30, 1975 by David Hayne

7 Commission on Canadian Studies: Manuscript revisions for the chapter on "Canadian Content in University Curriculum." Conclusions and General Recommendations

8 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) Vol. 11 No. 1 ACSUS Newsletter

9 Canadian Studies Abroad Material Regarding the following: California University Catholic University, Washington, D.C. University of Colorado Columbia University Duquesne University Georgetown University Harvard University John's Hopkins University University of Louisiana (*these are separated by tabs within the file)

10 Canadian Studies Abroad re: University of Maine correspondence, newsletters, brochures, bibliographies  

11 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Michigan State University North Adams State College Northland College University of Rochester St. Lawrence, New York University of Vermont University of Virginia University of Wisconsin

12 Canadian Studies Abroad re: United States Education Agencies U.S. Information Agency Report correspondence, brochures

13 Canadian Studies Abroad re: L.A.D. Stephen - External Affairs correspondence

14 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Maurice Careless correspondence

15 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Ethnic Studies papers, correspondence, brochures, notes

16 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Australia correspondence, notes, brochures

17 Canadian Studies Abroad re: New Zealand correspondence, course outlines

18 Canadian Studies Abroad re: India 1) South Pacific 2) Ghana 3) Pakistan

19 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Malaysia correspondence, brochures

20 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Guyana letter University of Guyana "Statement of Development Policy for the Triennium 1972/73 - 1974/75"

21 Canadian Studies re: Nigeria correspondence, University Lagos "Calendar: (copy)

22 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Jamaica, Bahamas correspondence, one copy: "Caribbean Quarterly"        

23 Canadian Studies Abroad re: 1) Ceylon 2) Tanzania, Zambia, Mauritius 3) Trinidad, Barbados 4) Uganda

24 Canadian Studies Abroad re: France notes, correspondence, papers, university guides and programmes

25 Canadian Studies Abroad re: 1) The Philippines 2) Portugal 3) Poland  

BOX 24

FOLDER:

1 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Senegal and West Africa one letter, copy No. 132 "Notes Africanes"

2 Canadian Studies Abroad re: South Africa copy History of South Africa by W.J. de Kock brochure

3 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Spain Switzerland Thailand Tunisia and Libya Turkey Yugoslavia Indonesia Iran, Kuwait, Iraq

4 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Italy correspondence, brochures

5 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Japan clippings, correspondence, brochures

6 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Mexico Netherlands

7 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Norway Iceland Sweden correspondence, brochures

8 Canadian Studies Abroad re: 1) Peru, Bolivia 2) Ivory Coast 3) Israel    

9 Canadian Studies Abroad re: 1) Afghanistan 2) Algeria 3) Argentina

10 Canadian Studies Abroad re: 1) Austria 2) Belgium

11 Canadian Studies Abroad re: 1) Brazil 2) Chile 3) China

12 Canadian Studies Abroad re: 1) Columbia, Ecuador 2) Cuba 3) Czechoslovakia

13 Canadian Studies Abroad re: 1) Denmark 2) Ethiopia 3) Somalia 4) Madagascar course description for Hale Sellassie University in Ethiopia

14 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Finland correspondence, brochure

15 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Germany news releases, correspondence, material about exchange program: Gabon, Cameroon Greece Guatemala Haiti Hungary

16 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Countries correspondence, articles

17 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Citizenship Issue draft of letter, article

18 Canadian Studies Abroad re: U.S.S.R. correspondence, "Program of Scientific, Academic, and Cultural Exchanges Between Canada and the U.S.S.R. '72/73"

19 Canadian Studies Abroad re: External Affairs clippings, correspondence, notes, articles

20 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Exchanges articles, notes, clippings, correspondence      

21 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Book Exchanges briefs, correspondence, clippings, news releases

22 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Manpower press releases, notes, statistics, brochure

23 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Washington Embassy Materials brochures, correspondence, course outlines on Canadian Studies, bibliography to use with Canadian Studies in the United States

24 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Inquiries within Canada correspondence, brochures, related publications

25 External Influence on Canada notes, clippings, correspondence

26 Canadian Studies in the United States notes clippings, correspondence, briefs, articles

27 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Image correspondence, clippings

28 Canadian Studies re: The United Kingdom one notebook by Tom McMillan on his meetings in London, Paris, Rome correspondence, brochures

29 same as above

30 Canadian Studies Abroad notes, statistics

31 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Background Materials correspondence, clippings, reports

32 same as above

33 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Background Materials notes, publications, correspondence, briefs

34 same as above

35 (legal size on top) Canadian Studies Abroad Material re: Canadian Studies in other Countries Embassy replies, notes, etc.

BOX 25

FOLDER:

1 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Background Materials briefs, clippings, correspondence, brochures, notes

2 same as above

3 same as above

4 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Provincial Programs correspondence

5 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Old Trent File on United States correspondence, paper by Bernard Blishen "The Problem of Canadian National Integration"

6 Canadian Studies Abroad re: General File on United States correspondence, newsletters, papers

7 Canadian Studies Abroad re: follow up Materials correspondence, briefs, clippings

8 Canadian Studies Abroad re: follow up Materials correspondence, briefs, clippings, bibliographies, papers 9 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Follow up Materials correspondence, briefs, clippings, papers

10 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Follow up Materials briefs, correspondence, related publications, clippings

11 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Update File briefs, correspondence, related publications, clippings

12 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Update File correspondence, briefs, clippings news releases

13 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Update File correspondence, clippings, news releases

14 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Update File news letters, briefs, correspondence

15 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Update File papers, correspondence, related publications, 1 copy "Canadian International Links in the Social Sciences and Humanities" "A Study of the Scholarship Program of the Department of External Affairs"      

16 Canadian Studies Abroad SSHRC - 7th meeting correspondence, newsletters

17 Canadian Studies Abroad correspondence, papers, clippings  

BOX 26

FOLDER:

1 Canadian Studies Abroad correspondence, papers, clippings

2 same as above

3 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Hot File for Conference correspondence, briefs, clippings

4 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Hot File for Press Conference briefs, correspondence, clippings

5 Canadian Studies Abroad re: World University Service of Canada correspondence, related documents

6 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Role of Government Publication "Guide to Handling General Requests for Information Concerning Education in Canada"

7 Canadian Studies Abroad re: International Research and Development clippings

8 Canadian Studies Abroad re: International Studies in Canada on Canada correspondence, papers

9 Canadian Studies Abroad re: Foreign Students in Canada notes, correspondence, clippings

10 Canadian Studies Abroad notes, correspondence, clippings                  

BOX 27

Contains copies of draft chapters with comments from the following people: Robin W. Winks Ian McLeod Esq. Dr. L.H. Cragg James M. Colthart Prof. Victor M. Howard Dr. William E. Taylor Jr. Marcel Caya Esq. Jim Fulton Jamie (Benedickson) Jim Fulton Dr. Michaud L.A.D. Stephens Jim Colthart Ian C. Clark Tom McMillan Prof. Smith (Master Copy) Richard G. Seaborn Esq. Dr. A.M. Kristjanson John A. Bovey Dr. James A. Gibson Dr. Colin Mackay Dr. David M. Hayne Prof. W.H. Morris-Jones

Comments from the following people: Prof. Jerzy Wojciechowski Dr. Dale C. Thompson Dr. C.T. Bissel

BOX 28

Contains comments on draft chapters from: Prof. John Conway Prof. S. Peter Regenstreif Prof Edward J. Miles Dr. John Porter Gerald Wright Esq. Dr. Richard A. Preston Sir John Llewellyn T.H.B. Symons (3) Tom McMillan (2)

Also copy used for culling recommendations (draft 3) T.H.B. Symons (draft 6) T.H.B. Symons (draft 6 updated Dec. 1974) original copy

Also comments on recommendations from: Tom McMillan Jamie Jim    

FOLDER:

1 Community Colleges re: Follow up Materials brochures

2 Community Colleges re: Follow up Materials clippings, correspondence, brochures, briefs

3 Community Colleges re: follow up Materials briefs, clippings, correspondence, brochures

4 Community Colleges re: Background Materials correspondence, briefs, papers  

BOX 29

FOLDER:

1 Community Colleges brochures, clippings, correspondence

2 same as above

3 Community colleges re: Hot File for Conference some material regarding the survey of colleges: (correspondence, clippings)

4 copy of 1st draft copy of revised draft with comments from Jim Page comments on "a draft" from: Dave Sutherland Tom McMillan T.E.W. Nind Jamie Colin T.H.B. Symons copy of "final draft" (as updated by Jim Page and T.H.B. Symons 27 Jan. 1975) Update 11 April 1975

Also in Box 29:

Final draft with comments from: George S. Tomkins Dr. A. Davidson Dunton Jim T.H.B. Symons Jamie Tom M. Andre E. Leblanc Denis Smith two unnamed copies Revisions for final draft by T.H.B. Symons 18 May 1974 copy of a draft copy of First Draft Nov. 1973 1 copy of introduction

BOX 30

FOLDER:

1 Archives and Canadian Studies re: Background Materials correspondence, briefs, clippings

2 Archives and Canadian Studies re: Hot File for Conference correspondence, briefs, clippings, bibliography

-copy draft I copy draft II Aug. 9 1974 copy draft III Nov. 4 1974 copy draft V 31 Dec. 1974 comments Tom McMillan copy draft IV 5 Dec. 1974 comments Ralph Heintzman copy draft V 31 Dec. 1974 comment T.H.B. Symons copy draft IV (no name - possibly Heintzman) copy Final draft 9 Jan. 1975, updated 7 April 1975 copy Final draft 9 Jan. 1975

3 Archives PAC List letter

4 Legislation "A National Archives Records Act"

5 Accommodation correspondence

6 Budget Needs correspondence

7 Proposal for a National Inventory

8 Union List of Manuscripts Information

9 National Map Collection memo

10 Film Archives material re: film archives, correspondence

11 Copyright comments and recommendations in response to the working paper on Copyright.

12 Education and Research articles, bulletins

13 Endangered Species articles    

BOX 30B

FOLDER:

1 copy of draft 4 copy of final draft with update March 1975 copy of draft

2 Audio Visual and other Media Support for C.S. re: Radio, Cable T.V., etc. briefs, clippings, correspondence, brochures

3 Audio Visual and Other Media Support of C.S. re: CBC clippings, correspondence, brochures

4 Audio Visual and other Media correspondence, "Slide Collections: A Partial Checklist of Resources at Trent University" Sept. 1980, Bata Bibliography No. 5, press releases

5 copy of Recommendations draft 2

6 revisions to draft by Joan Rondeau

7 SOS Project National Film Board Briefs  

BOX 31

FOLDER:

1 Audio Visual and Other Media Support for C.S. re: Media Studies correspondence, clippings, questionnaire replies

2 Audio Visual and Other Media Support for C.S. re: Hot File for Conference briefs, brochures, correspondence, clippings

3 Audio-Visual and other Media Support for C.S. re: Background Material briefs, correspondence, clippings, related published materials

4 Audio-Visual and Other Media in Support for C.S. re: Background Material briefs (225, 166, 58, 62), correspondence, clippings

5 same as above

6 same as above;

Also in Box 31: Comments of Draft 2 from: Dr. William E. Taylor Dr. Colin Mackay Prof. Denis Smith Dr. James Cathcart. Comments of Draft 2 from: P.J. Tighe Ralph Heintzman Louis-Philippe Bonneau Dr. H.E. Duckworth Marcel Caya John A. Bovey R. Dyck Arthur R. Knowles M. Andre Leblanc Frank Milligan Prof. John Wadland Dr. F. Rainsberry K.M. Larose Dr. M.P. Bachynski L.D. Todgham Dr. J. Roby Kidd Dr. P.D. McTaggart-Cowan Dr. A. Davidson Dunton James E. Page Dr. G.A.B. Moore Prof. Evelyn Moore Dr. W.E. Beckel W.A. Young Dr. George S. Tomkins. Comments on Draft 3 from: William Young THBS (2) Tom McMillan

7 Various pages of a draft with some replies (Bernard Trotter)

8 Brochures "Tele-universite - Ontario Arts Council"  

BOX 32

FOLDER:

1 Private Donor and C.S. re: Youth Science Foundation report of the Royal Canadian Institute "Summer Programme" 1968, 1969, 1970; correspondence and clippings

2 Private Donor and C.S. re: financial support for science correspondence, clippings, briefs

3 Private Donor and C.S. re: follow-up materials correspondence, clippings    

4 same as above

5 The Private Donor Chapter - Hot file for conference.

Also in Box 32: Comments on chapter drafts from: THBS (2) Colin Mackay Frank Milligan C. Goodwiz Gordon Goldie Jamie Benedickson James Colthart Gerald Wright R.B. Willes Davidson Dunton (letter only) Prof. Denis Smith Dr. John Deutsch John Martyn Prof. Evelyn Moore Stephen H. Stackpole (letter only) Dr. Floyd Chalmers Marcel Caya Prof. John Wadland. One copy of "Final Draft" updated Feb. 1975                                                  

SERIES C

NOTE: Commission response files. The "Response Files" for To Know Ourselves contain a variety of materials such as brochures about conferences, programmes, correspondence from institutions, individuals, newspaper clippings, articles, briefs. Any one of the files may contain any or all of the above types of material. Occasionally something is included that is of particular interest. In that case, the item is noted as "also C contains---"  

BOX 33

FOLDERS 1-17 Responses to To Know Ourselves (General)  

BOX 34

FOLDERS 1-16 Responses to To Know Ourselves (General)  

BOX 35

FOLDER:

1 Responses to To Know Ourselves

2 Responses: University of Victoria; AUCC 1978-79

3 Responses: correspondence from 1976 File 48: dialogue between Pierre Berton and Charles Templeton, 12 March 1976 File 49: Future of the National Library in Canada (on shelf in reading room)

4 Responses:

5 Responses: File 52: Seeing Canada: Films for Canadian Studies, Jim Page (on shelf in reading room) File 53: mainly about Mount Allison University, N.B.

6-9 Responses

10 Responses: File 60: contains discussion guide for the Federal Cultural Policy Review Committee "Speaking of Our Culture"

11 Responses

12 Responses: File 62: contains a brief to the Federal Cultural Policy Review Committee from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.  

BOX 36

FOLDERS 1-15 Responses to To Know Ourselves

BOX 37

FOLDER:

1 Response files continued

2 Responses: External Affairs file #1

3 Responses: File 2: contains information kit provided by the Department of External Affairs for "Seminar III" held at Bonn, February 1977 on the establishment of Canadian Studies in the Federal Republic of Germany.

4 Responses to TKO--Secretary of State Department

5 Responses to TKO--Ontario Arts Council

6 Responses to TKO--The Waterloo Report

7 Responses to the Report--Institutions and Organizations

8 same as above

NOTE: Response files removed from Prof. T.H.B. Symons' office at Peter Robinson College, Trent University, January, 1987. For a detailed list of these files see 86-031 - SA-5

9 Response files 1-5

10 Response files 6-19

11 Response files 20-43

12 Response files 44-96

13 Response files 97-127

BOX 38

FOLDER:

1 Response files 128-168

2 Response files 169-212

3 Response files 213-228 (229 follows loose in box)

4 Response files 230-271

NOTE: The Responses to TKO end at 271. The files continue with 300 which are responses to Some Questions of Balance

5 Response files 300-366  

SERIES D

Some Questions of Balance: Human Resources, Higher Education and Canadian Studies. Volume 3 of To Know Ourselves: Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies  

Scholarly Communications

Note: This was intended as a separate chapter. The material included here is mainly chapter drafts with comments and correspondence.  

6 Draft 6 #1 Marcel Caya; drafts #2-4

7 Jamie Benedickson's comments on draft #3 John Bank's comments on Preliminary Draft

8 Tom McMillan's revisions to draft #3

9 Rosemary Cava's comments on draft #3

Higher Education

10 correspondence

11 correspondence - some posted 15-9-76

12 correspondence - some posted 11-11-76

13 correspondence - some posted 26-8-76

14 correspondence - 1976-1977  

BOX 39

FOLDER:

1 correspondence - 1976-1977

2 Higher Education re: leadership training and Adminstration Programs correspondence, briefs, brochures, clippings

3 Higher Education re: AUCC (role of the library) correspondence, briefs, brochures, clippings

4 same as above

5 Higher Education re: Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education correspondence, briefs, notes    

6 Higher Education re: Community Colleges

7 Higher Education re: European University Institute

8 Higher Education re: Examples of Studies Needed

9 Higher Education re: Formal Programmes-University

10 comments on draft chapter from J. Dennison; R. Clark

11 Higher Education re: Introduction

12 Higher Education re: Inventory of Research

13 Higher Education re: Manpower

14 Higher Education re: Miscellaneous Items copy of "Conference on Canada and the Open University: Teaching and Learning at a Distance" 28- 29 March, 1974, Ottawa, Ontario

15 Higher Education re: Media Reporting

16 Higher Education re: Planning

17 Higher Education re: the Positive Side

18 Higher Education re: Publication

19 Higher Education re: Scholarly Communication

20 Higher Education re: University Archives

21 Higher Education re: University Finances

22 Higher Education re: Women...studies of...women in university, etc.

23 Higher Education re: Hot File

24 Higher Education re: Clippings

25 Higher Education re: Notes and Briefs

26 Higher Education re: Review of Research list of AUCC publications, correspondence

27 Higher Education re: ICED Aspen Seminar

28 Higher Education re: Background Materials

29 same as above  

BOX 40

FOLDER:

1 Higher Education re: Background Material

2 Higher Education re: Comments on Draft Chapters by Jim Page

3 Higher Education re: Comments on Draft Chapters by Dr. Frank Milligan, Dr. Lucien Michaud, Prof. George Tomkins

4 same as above from Dr. Edward Sheffield, Prof. Pierre Savard, Prof. Robin Harris

5 original draft of chapter

6 Notes re: Higher Education

7 Comments on The Study of Canadian Higher Education by the following: Dr. David Heath Jeff [ ] Dr. George Tomkins Prof. Evelyn Moore Father L.K. Shook Frances Halpenny

8 Four copies of "The Study of Canadian Higher Education" with marginalia but not names

9 Draft #2 "Chapter 13 Canadian Higher Education Studies"

10 Correspondence re: Comments on Chapter drafts

11 Evidence of the Need to Train More Qualified Canadians

12 Miscellaneous Data on Student Citizenship

13 Supply and Demand for Ph.D.'s

14 Foreign Students: Cost to Support

15 Immigration Regarding Foreign Students

16 Foreign Students in Other Countries: Comparative Data

17 Appointments and Procedures: Comparative Data

18 Foreign Countries: Numbers of Foreign Students

19 Miscellaneous Data on the Citizenship of Faculty Teaching in Canadian Universities  

20 Foreign Students in Canada - miscellaneous

21 Americanization: Dead

22 Council of Europe; Committee for higher education Reports on Financial Aid to Students in 20 Western European Countries, May 1976

23 Aging, Tenure, Merit, etc., Salaries

24 Avoiding the Loss

25 same as above  

BOX 41

FOLDER:

1 Finance and Funding: Dead

2 same as above

3 Finance and Funding: Dead related publications

4 same as above

5 Research and Development notes, clippings

6 Research and Development correspondence

7 Research and Development related publications

8 same as above

9 same as above

10 Highly Qualified Manpower-Data, research, needs, etc. background material

11 Highly Qualified Manpower notes, clippings

12 same as above  

BOX 42

FOLDER:

1 - 2 Some For Instances papers, related publication    

3 Human Resources: memos, notes, clippings

4 same as above

5 same as above

6 Human Resources: notes and memos

7 same as above

8 Human Resources: correspondence

9 Draft letters to Ambassadors and High Commissioners

10 Correspondence to Donald C. Savage (Exec. Sec. CAUT)

11 Human Resources: correspondence

12 same as above

13 same as above

14 Human Resources: press releases

15 Human Resources: briefs  

BOX 43

FOLDER:

1 Human Resources: papers, addresses

2 same as above

3 Human Resources: papers, addresses

4 same as above

5 same as above

6 Papers from "Canadian Arctic Resources Committee"

7 Human Resources: Draft II Oct. 20, 1974

8 Human Resources: Draft II Feb. 1975

9 Human Resources: comments on background paper #1 by THBS

10 Correspondence with Harvey W. Ford, comments on draft

11 Human Resources re: Manpower Requirements clippings, memos, correspondence  

12 Human Resources: related publications

13 Human Resources: materials relating to education in the Netherlands

14 Human Resources: related publications (also on shelf in reading room are, The Brain Drain: Determinants Measurements and Welfare Effects and Handbook for Canadian Association of University Teachers  

BOX 44

FOLDER:

1 Human Resources: statistical data from Ontario Council on Graduate Studies Ministry of Colleges and Universities, Statistics Canada, notes, correspondence, clippings

2 same as above

3 same as above

4 same as above

5 same as above

6 papers of Max von Zur-Muehlen

7 papers of Canada Council

Human Resources Chapter, File Index

8 Aging

9 Allmand Committee

10 Anger of...young Canadian academics...hiring

11 AUCC-COUP brief on role of Can. Univ.

12 AUCC brief to P.M. on Univ. financing, 1976

13 AUCC info on Human Resources

14 AUCC publications directory

15 Background: Info. on Commission research re H.R.

16 Background: Orig. draft of chapter on Human Res.

17 Bill C-24, implications    

18 Bill C-108, text

19 Immigration Act. R.S. C-325

20 Bissell: "How Canadian should our Universities Be?"

21 Calgary U.: Grad. Students brief

22 Canada Council 1973 report re fellowships, research

23 Canada Council general file of info.  

BOX 45

FOLDER:

1 Can. Assoc. of Grad. Schools Report 1980

2 same as above 1973

3 CAUT current handbook

4 Canadian Bureau for International Education

5 same: general file

6 same: annual report, 1977

7 Canadian Immigration: Commission correspondence

8 same: gov. reports

9 same: press clippings

10 same: rules and regulations

11 same: statistics [empty file]

12 Chronicle of Higher Education

13 Citizenship: AUCC reports on foreign students

14 same: graduate records examinations

15 Citizenship: Issue #1

16 Citizenship: Issue #2

17 Citizenship: issue re academic hiring networks

18 Citizenship: appointments procedures

19 Citizenship: racism at Carleton    

20 Citizenship of Faculty at Can. Univs.

21 Citizenship: 1980-81 materials

22 Citizenship: statistical info.

23 Citizenship: Human Rights Commission comments

24 Citizenship: scholarships, awards, loans, grants

25 introductory materials for chapter

26 Jackson Commission on declining enrolments

27 John Kucharczyk: Recruitment, Retention of Research Personnel

28 Links: Sponsored International Dev. Projects

29 Management Education

30 Manpower and Immigration  

BOX 46

FOLDER:

1 Citizenship: Teaching and Research #1

2 same #2

3 same #3

4 same #4

5 same #5

6 same #6

7 Colthart, Jas. Prod. of Grad. Students and Employ.

8 Community College Enrolment Patterns

9 Comparative data on Foreign Students

10 Comparative data on Foreign Students  

BOX 47

FOLDER:

1 Council of Ontario Universities: Position on Citizenship and Canadian Studies

2 COU Facts and Figures on Citizenship of Ont. new faculty  

3 David Dodge on Highly Qualified Manpower taskforce

4 Declining enrolments, general file

5 Degree Syndromes

6 Dept. of Ex. Affairs, general info

7 Differential fees issue

8 Draft outline for human resources chapter

9 Draft 2 of Human Resources chapter [empty file]

10 Economic Council of Can: Skills and Shortages

11 Enrolment projections

12 Faculty Hiring policies

13 Faculty Information, general [empty file]

14 Faculty Mobility

15 Federal Govt. policies

16 Foreign Information

17 Foreign students and Can. Foreign Policy (biblio.)

18 same, institutional policies

19 same, general clippings

20 Foreign student issue 1976-77

21 Foreign students, status in Can. universities

22 Frideres Report: University Professors and Citizenship Acquisition

23 Funds for foreign students studying in Canada  

BOX 48

FOLDER:

1 Graduate Education

2 Greenwill, Jill: Paper on Aging, Research and Manpower, 1981

3 Health, Manpower and Citizenship Issue    

4 Health Manpower in Ontario, 1980

5 Highly Qualifies Manpower, General File

6 Immigration Rules and Regulations [empty file]

7 Immigration Policies: Report to Parliament by special joint committee

8 Index to Research Files

9 Institute for International Education: Model for CBIE

10 Manpower and Immigration: Questions and Responses

11 Manpower and Requirements #1

12 Manpower and Requirements #2

13 Manpower and Requirements #3

14 Manpower and Requirements #4

15 Manpower and Requirements #5

16 Miscellaneous Clippings

17 Music: Briefs on the Subject of...

18 National Engineering, Scientific and Technological Societies in Canada

19 Nationality and Professional Activity Among Social Scientists

20 NSERC: Materials on Current Award Guides

21 Ontario Human Rights Commission Positions on HR Issues

22 Overseas Student Fees  

BOX 49

FOLDER:

1 PhD's: The need for...

2 Population Studies

3 Press Clippings, 1980-1981

4 Private Scholars: The need for...  

5 Provincial Foreign Student Fee Policies

6 Question of Self Interest: A Statement on Foreign Students in Canada, CBIE, 1977

7 References from Curriculum Chapter on Human Resources Questions

8 Relevance or Understanding: Canadian Educational Involvement in the Third World, CBIE, 1977

9 Reports on Financial Aid to Students in 20 West European Countries

10 Research Contacts: Current

11 Research Related Correspondence

12 Research Requirements on Human Resources Questions

13 Research Forms

14 Research Questions current

15 Review Mechanisms to Monitor Hiring and Appeals against Appointment

16 same as above

17 Role of Advertising in Appointments Procedures

18 same as above

19 Science Council Task Force on Research in Canada

20 Science Council: University Research in Jeopardy

21 Secretary of State: Citizenship Branch Information Brief #824

22 SSHRC: Proposed 5 Yr. Plan

23 SSHRC: 1980 Citizenship of Award Holders

24 Sociology and Anthropology in Canada: The Results of heavy Immigration, CSAA brief

25 Staff Cutbacks

26 Statscan

27 Statscan: Advance Statistics of Education 1977-78  

28 Statscan: Age Structure and Anticipated Retirement and Replacement Demand for Full-time Faculty by Province and University, 1978

29 Statscan: Canadian Students Abroad and Foreign Students in Canada, 1975

30 Statscan: Changing Educational Profile of Canadians 1961-2000

31 Statscan: Citizenship of University Faculty Service Bulletin, 1981

32 Statscan: The Class of 2001 February, 1979

33 Statscan: Commission on Graduate Studies, comments on summary by Max von Zur-Muehlen

34 Statscan: Comparison Between Statscan Graduate Enrolments and Graduation Data with info. from CAGS by Fields of Study and Selected Disciplines

35 Statscan: Current Issues in University Management Education

36 Statscan: Degrees Awarded by Canadian Universities by Level and Discipline during the 60's and 70's

37 Statscan: The Development of Canadian Education in the 60's and 70's

38 Statscan: Doctoral Fellowship Programme of the Canadian Council in Review

39 Statscan: Doug Lynd, Materials Received from...

40 Statscan: Educational Background of the Parents of Post-secondary Students, October 1977

41 Statscan: Educational Staff of Community Colleges and Vocational Schools

42 Statscan: Educational Support Branch Secondment of Max in 1975

43 Statscan: Effect of Changing Population Trends on Elementary and Secondary Education, 1961-2001

44 Statscan: Enrolment in Continuing Ed. Prog., 1973-74

45 Statscan: Federal and Provincial Student Aid in Canada 1969-70  

46 Statscan: Foreign Born University Graduates in Can.

47 Statscan: Foreign Student issue up-dated for CBIE [empty file]

48 Statscan: Foreign Students at Canadian Universities, Statscan vs. Employment and Immigration Reporting, 1976

49 Statscan: Foreign Students at Ontario Universities, 1975-76

50 Statscan: Foreign Students at Canadian Universities, 1977-78

51 Statscan: Foreign Students in Canada [empty file]

52 Statscan: Foreign Students in Canada, Notes on some unresolved issues, 1975

53 Statscan: Foreign Students in Canada, 1977-78

54 Statscan: From the Sixties to the Eighties

55 Statscan: Full-time enrolment unchanged, part-time enrolment down

56 Statscan: Full-time faculty at Canadian Universities

57 Statscan: Full and part-time undergraduate and graduate enrolment by level and field of study and selected disciplines during the sixties and seventies

58 Statscan: Future trends in enrolment

59 Statscan: Growth and characteristics of full-time university teachers

60 Statscan: Higher education hired; sex differences

61 Statscan: Impact of projected population trends on post-secondary education

62 Statscan: same, special reference to Ontario

63 Statscan: Income patterns of business graduates

64 Statscan: Foreign teachers in Can. Univ. 1977

65 Statscan: M.A. students in Can. for SOS    

66 Statscan: Meetings, Jan. 1981

67 Statscan: Management Faculty and Enrolment Trends, Oct. 1979

68 Statscan: New Crisis of Can. Universities

69 Statscan: Notes on the previous employment of university teachers

70 Statscan: Optimization of Age Distribution in University Research  

BOX 50

FOLDER:

1 Statscan: Out of School, into the Labour Force, 1960 through 1980's

2 Statscan: Patterns of Demographic Change Affecting Education, 1961 to 2001

3 Statscan: The PhD. Dilemma in Canada, 1970

4 Statscan: The PhD. Dilemma in Canada, 1977

5 Statscan: The PhD. students in Canada for SOS Dec. 1975

6 Statscan: Population and enrolment trends, 1961 to 2001

7 Statscan: Post-Doctorals in Canada in the mid 70's

8 Statscan: Preliminary Data for Citizenship of Acad. Staff, 1974-75

9 Statscan: Profiles of PhD's in Canada, 1975

10 Statscan: Profiles of Univ. Teachers in Can. mid 70's [empty file]

11 Statscan: Projected Labour Force entrants 1971-1985

12 Statscan: Questions for Statscan

13 Statscan: Relationships between Graduate degrees and enrolment by level and discipline

14 Statscan: Salaries and qualifications of teachers in Universities and Colleges      

15 Statscan: Salaries and scales of FTE's at Can. Univ. 1980-81

16 Statscan: Six Background Reports on University Management Education in Canada

17 Statscan: Some Further Notes on the Aging of the Research Community, Nov. 1977

18 Statscan: Teachers in Universities [empty file]

19 Statscan: Univ. Management Education and Research in Canada

20 Statscan: Zur-Muehlen, draft reports prepared by...

21 Statscan: Zur-Muehlen, Updates, Dec. 1978  

BOX 51

FOLDER:

1 Student Employment Prospects

2 Student Enrolments

3 Student Fees in Canada

4 Student Information: General File

5 Student Loans Plan

6 Student Mobility

7 Summary Results Survey of 1976 re Doc.

8 Symons, THB: Recent Materials from...

9 Tax Policies re: Foreign Faculty

10 Tenure

11 Times Higher Education Supplement: Clipping File

12 University Affairs: Clipping File

13 University Financing [empty file]

14 University Policies: General File

15 Women in Academic Employment

16 Zur-Muehlen    

17 Zur-Muehlen

ALSO CONTAINS: Research Summary (in blue duotang); an index file and a Research Summary Index (in a black binder)  

BOX 52

FOLDER:

1 ACU Information on Foreign Students

2 Axworthy Press Release on Foreign Hirings

3 AUCC Publication "Symons Revisited"

4 CAUT-Axworthy correspondence

5 CAUT-Macdonald Commission Brief

6 CBIE: The Right Mix

7 CBIE: Tillman Letter and Schatsky Report for CIDA

8 Can. Student Loan Info. from SOS, 1981

9 EIC: Foreign Academic Policy

10 Foreign Student Materials: General File

11 "For Instances"

12 HQM Needs: Additional Suggestions

13 Horvath Correspondence and Statistics

14 [empty file]

15 MOSST Paper #15: University Enrolment Projections to 2000

16 MOSST Paper #16: Stock of Research Trained Personnel

17 MOSST Paper #17: Research Manpower Requirements for GERD

18 [empty file]

19 Statscan: Faculty Data for 1978-79

20 Statscan: Most Recent Faculty Data

21 Statscan: Service Bulletin: Where Do You Come From...  

22 Symons, THB: Additional Materials for Vol. 3

23 Women: CAUT Bibliography on Salary Inequality

24 Zigmond, Zoltan: Participation Rates, Ca. Univ.

25 Zur-Muehlen: Age-structure of Univ. Teachers

26-38 Zur-Muehlen: general [files 27 & 29 are empty]

39 Index

40 Comments on Draft #3 by John Wadland

41 Comments on Final Draft by Gloria Pierre

42 Comments on Draft #3 by D. Stager

43 Comments on Final Draft by G. Van Kessel

44 Comments on Final Draft by Lucien Michaud

45 Comments on Final Draft by Marcel Caya

46 Comments on Final Draft by Prof. Chapman

47 Comments on Final Draft by Prof. Steele

48 Comments on Final Draft by Robt. Chambers  

BOX 53

FOLDER:

1 Comments on Draft of Some Questions of Balance by: David Hayne

2 Comments by Andrew Wernick

3 Comments by Larking Kerwin

4 Comments by D. Theall

5 Comments by David Cameron

6 Comments by Jeffrey Holmes

7 Comments by Max von Zur-Muehlen

8 Comments by A. Fortier

9 Comments by A. Earp

10 Comments by Ralph Heintzman  

11 Comments by Thos. McMillan

12 Dr. D. Savage

13 Dr. Miles Wisenthal

14 Copy of the form letter asking for comments on the manuscript of Vol. 3 sent to the following people: all of the above plus; Dr, John Woods, Prof. Denis Smith, Dr. Frances Halpenny.  

BOX 54

FOLDER:

1 Drafts and revisions for the Bibliography for Some Questions of Balance

2 Editorial revisions, queries, corrections re final text of Some Questions of Balance by Christine Symons, 1983

3 Hot Questions re: Final Text

4 Introduction - Some Questions of Balance notes correspondence, documents

ALSO IN BOX 54: Draft #1 Vol. 1 and 2: Green duotang Draft #2 Vol. 1 and 2: Blue duotang Revisions and corrections to Draft #2 Vol 1 and 2: Red duotang Revisions and corrections to Draft #3 Books 1-4: Yellow duotang  

BOX 55

Final text chapters 2-8: Comments and Corrections by Jim Page and Doug Lynd (blue duotang) Final text chapters 2-8: Final Corrections (black duotang) Final text corrected August 1983: (black duotang) "Three Draft Chapters not used in the final text": (black duotang) Draft #3 vol. 1 and 2: (black duotang)

FOLDER:

1 Some Questions of Balance - page proof corrections

2 Some Questions of Balance - re-organizational notes            

SERIES E

Material relating to individual chapters that were intended for Volume 4 which was not published.

BOX 56

FOLDER:

1 Commission Archives re: Native Studies - General copy of "A Method for the Preservation and Development of Traditional Indian Crafts and Culture" by John Dockstader, 1972. Correspondence, clippings, excerpts from University calendars

2 Commission Archives re: Native Studies (Native Education) questionnaire, replies, copy of "Indian Control of Indian Education", clippings, correspondence

3 Commission Archives re: Native Issues and Problems Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada Reports of the 12th and 13th Annual Meetings, clippings, correspondence

4 Commission Archives re: Native Educational Problems replies to questionnaires

5 Commission Archives re: Native Studies Programmes Possible Design and Structure correspondence, etc.

6 miscellaneous correspondence

7 Can. Studies in Schools, clippings, correspondence

8 Textbooks/Resource Material/Films, Publishing correspondence, clippings, related publications

9 Can. Studies in Schools, clippings, correspondence

10 Can. Studies in Schools, clippings, correspondence

11 Can. Studies in Schools, clippings, correspondence

ALSO IN BOX 56: Comments on Chapter from: Dr. George S. Tomkins Dr. Davidson Dunton Prof. Thos. Nind James Foley THB Symons Fern Rahmel Marcel Caya Prof. Neil Sutherland Dr. Donald B. Mackay Dr. D.M. Healy      

BOX 57

FOLDER:

1 Can. Studies in Schools: notes, draft chapter

2 Can. Studies in Schools: comments on drafts from Eric Jackson and Ken [Johnson]

3 Can. Studies in Schools: parts of chapter, notes

ALSO IN BOX 57 are 10 copies of chapter (not all complete) with comments but no names.  

BOX 58

Contains material from the following Provincial Boards of Education: Prince Edward Island Quebec Ontario Nova Scotia New Brunswick Saskatchewan Alberta  

BOX 59

Libraries and Canadian Studies

FOLDER:

1 Clippings, articles, news releases

2 same as above

3 News releases

4 Briefs (also included are #631 and #632)

5 Correspondence 1971-1981

6 Correspondence 1973-1981

7 Papers, discussions, resolutions, recommendations re "National Conference on the State of Canadian Bibliography", Vancouver, 1974

8 Papers re: National Library of Canada

9 Working Papers, copy of questionnaire

10 University Responses to Canadian Content Questionnaire from: Trinity College Simon Fraser Carleton University Dalhousie Guelph Huron College      

11 responses from: University of Alberta Bishops Brandon University U.B.C. Brock Sir George Williams Trent University  

BOX 60

FOLDER:

1 responses from: University of Toronto King's College, London King's College, Halifax Laurentian Universite de Laval Lakehead Lethbridge Loyola

2 responses from: Acadia Univ. Library University of Manitoba McMaster University Memorial University Universite de Moncton University de Montreal

3 Draft of "Report and Analysis os Commission Questionnaire of Library Resources for Canadian Studies

Comments on second draft, 12 October 1973, from: Prof. John Wadland Marcel Caya Margaret Beckman Michael Jenkin Prof. James Colthart Donna McGillis Tom McMillan THB Symons Frances Halpenny Brian Greer Dr. Davidson Dunton Robert Blackburn Marguerite Maillet Richard Green Prof. Ronald Sutherland Ian McLeod Dr. Colin Mackay

4 Redrafting of chapter by Bruce Peel Material and revisions re: Government Publications by A.B. MacNab  

5 National Library News, various issues 1974-1983 Annual Report of the National Librarian, 73/74, 74/75, 76/77, 77/78

6 "Canadian Institute for Science and Technology", Annual Report 1981/82 Metropolitan Toronto Library Annual Report 1981 University of Toronto, Faculty of Library Science Dean's Report 1974/75 "Searching ESTC on Blaise-Line" a brief by R. Alston, the British Library 1982 Canadian Network Papers No. 4 Nov. 1982, No. 2 1982 Guide to Professional Library Agencies in Canada Canadian Booklist 1982 Federal Government Library and Access to Government Documents Ten Annotated Bibliographies by Dr. Davidson Dunton

7 Miscellaneous Brochures: Canada Books, University of Calgary, National Library Report of the University Library, University of Alberta Canadian Materials Vol. 7 No. 4 1979 Other materials relating to libraries are located on the shelf in the reading room  

BOX 61

FOLDER:

1 Publishing and Canadian Studies re: Journals -- Need for More Access and Listing briefs, correspondence

2 Publishing and Canadian Studies re: Scholarly Publishing papers, correspondence

3 Miscellaneous material re publishing

4 Material re: Perils of Publishing briefs

5 Material re: Museums and the Arts                        

SERIES F

Research Material

NOTE: The following files contain any or all of the following types of material: correspondence, articles, statistics, papers, reports, brochures, replies to questionnaires, briefs.

Material Regarding Individual Universities

BOX 62

FOLDER:

1 Initial Contact Letters re: Liaison People to Assist the Commission on Canadian Studies

2 Acadia University

3 Alberta

4 Athabasca

5 Brescia College

6 Bishop's Univ.

7 Brandon

8 British Columbia

9 Brock

10 Calgary

11 Calgary

12 Carleton

13 Concordia

14 Dalhousie

15 Ecole National d'Administration Publique

16 St. Francis Xavier

17 Guelph

18 Institute Nationale de la Recherche

19 King's College, London, Ontario

20 King's College, Halifax, N.S.

21 Huron College

22 Lakehead  

23 Laurentian

24 Laval

25 Lethbridge

26 Loyola

27 Manitoba

28 St. John's College, Manitoba

29 St. Boniface College, Manitoba

30 McGill

31 McMaster

32 Memorial

33 Moncton

34 Montreal

35 Mount Allison

36 Mount St. Vincent

37 National Defense College

38 New Brunswick  

BOX 63

FOLDER:

1 Notre Dame Univ. of Nelson

2 Nova Scotia Technical College

3 O.I.S.E.

4 Univ. of Ottawa

5 same as above

6 Univ. of P.E.I.

7 Univ. de Quebec a Trois Rivieres

8 Univ. de Quebec a Rimouski

9 Univ. de Quebec a Montreal    

10 Univ. de Quebec a Chicoutimi

11 Queen's

12 Regina

13 Ryerson

14 Royal Military College

15 Univ. de Sherbrooke

16 Simon Fraser

17 Sir George Williams

18 St. Mary's

19 St. Paul's Univ. of Ottawa

20 St. Paul's College Univ. of Manitoba

21 St. Thomas College

22 St. Thomas More College

23 Univ. of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

24 Univ. of Saskatchewan, Regina

25 St. Michael's College, U. of T.

26 Scarborough College, U. of T.

27 Trinity College, U. of T.

28 U. of T. general

29 U. of T. education

30 U. of T. research projects

31 U. of T. School of Hygiene

32 U. of T. health science

33 U. of T. social sciences/law

34 U. of T. arts

35 U. of T. engineering, environmental science    

36 U. of T. science/geography

37 U. of T. non-Canadian content: languages, Far East, Near East Studies

38 Trent University

39 Victoria College, U. of T.

40 United Nations University

41 Waterloo Lutheran

42 Western Ont. general

43 Western Ont. business

44 Western Ont. arts and science  

BOX 64

FOLDER:

1 Western Ont. miscellaneous

2 Windsor

3 Winnipeg

4 Victoria

5 Wilfred Laurier

6 York

7 Index Cards (by University)

8 Collection of material re: Dr. M. Akram Rajput from the Ministry of Labour, Ontario Human Rights Commission  

NOTE: The following files contain statistical material, briefs, correspondence, memos and clippings.

BOX 65

FOLDER:

1 Canadian Immigration Rules and Restrictions

2 Comparative Data from Other Countries re: Immigration Rules and Restrictions material from the following countries: New Zealand, Trinidad and Tobago, Germany, Netherlands

3 Same as above: Australia  

4 Same as above: Britain

5 Same as above: U.S.A.

6 Comparative Data on Citizenship in other countries universities

7 Council of Europe Committee for Higher Education "Report to Financial Aid to Student" in 20 Western Countries, May 1976

8 Citizenship and Scholarships, Academic Awards and Grants

9 Foreign Students: U.S. Comparative Data

10 AUCC Reports on Foreign Students and Faculty

11 Citizenship and Racism

12 Citizenship of Faculty (see also Box 64, folder 8)

13 Graduate Thesis

14 Research Needs/Areas of Special Importance/Canada

15 Language Study/Research

16 Research/Related Areas

17 Research Institute/ Interdisciplinary Research

18 Rationale

19 Research/Rationale

20 Research/General

21 Research/Communication

22 Research Needs "For Instances"

23 The Advanced Centre

24 Research Facilities

25 Research

26 Research Hot        

BOX 66

FOLDER:

1 Graduate Student Support for Post-Graduate Work

2 Graduate Studies Funding and Fellowships

3 Graduate "Canadian Studies" Programs

4 Foreign Students

5 Support Research

6 Post-Doctoral Education

7 Graduate Schools - General

8 Graduate Study Needs "For Instance"

9 Graduate Studies

10 Employment of Graduates

11 Research Organizations - SSRC/SCITEC

12 Reorganization of Councils

13 Drafting Notes

14 Research in Pure Sciences - Physics/Chemistry

15 Geography/Geology/Earth Sciences

16 Canada Council

17 Canada Council

18 Canada Council

19 Canada Council

20 Canada Council

21 Graduate Studies (duplicate T.M.)

22 Government Research Activities

23 Co-ordination - "National University ---"

24 Research- "Americanization"

25 Funding

26 Research Institutes, Centres, etc.

27 Research Abroad/Exchange Programs  

28 Rationalization

29 Employment/Enrolment

30 Citizenship

31 Planning for Research

32 Research/Community Service

33 Research Applicability

34 Manpower-Research Faculty (copy of brief 407)

35 Research in the University-Organization and Support

36 Sources

37 Information Required

38 Research/Publish

39 Research Information Facilities

40 Research Library/Museum/Archives

41 Research Meetings                                                    

SERIES G

MATERIAL RELATING TO THE BOOK AND PERIODICAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (BPDC)

BOX 67

FOLDER:

1 BPDC - Agenda, notices, 1977-78

2 BPDC - Applications

3 BPDC - Atlantic Books Today

4 BPDC - Bill C58

5 BPDC - Book Atlantic

6 BPDC - Book Awards

7 BPDC - Book Sellers

8 BPDC - Book Week

9 BPDC - Budget

10 BPDC - Canadian Poets; newsletters 17, 18 and 19

11 Canadian Publishers

12 Censorship

13 Chairman's Remarks

14 Children's Centre

15 Distribution Task Force

16 Drafts

17 Constitution Committee

18 Continentalization

19 Copyright

20 BPDC - Correspondence

21 Education Materials Committee

22 Education Materials "Hot File"

23 Current Expenses

24 Expenses    

25 Executive Director's Report

26 Executive Director's Meetings

27 Florence Agreement

28 Freedom of Expression Committee

29 General Information

30 Half-Back Program

31 "I.P.A. News"

32 Kieran, Sheila

33 League of Poets

34 Library Associations

35 Lists of Names, Addresses, Numbers

36 Member's Applications

37 Minutes 1976-1978

38 Newsletter

39 Ontario Arts Council - Grant Applications

40 Periodical Distributors

41 Periodical Publishers

42 Periodical Writers

43 Press Releases

44 Position Papers

45 Questionnaire

46 Secretary of State

47 Springer, Jane

48 Statistics (industry)

49 UNESCO

50 Writer's Development Trust  

51 Writer's Union

52 Form letters re: The Synopsis

53 Newsclippings re: The Synopsis

54 Correspondence and Notes re: The Synopsis

55 same as above

56 miscellaneous re: The Synopsis    

SERIES H

GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE  

BOX 68

FOLDER:

1 Correspondence, 1970

2 1971

3 1972 Jan. to May

4 1972 June to Sept.

5 1972 Oct. to Dec.

6 1973 Jan.

7 1973 Feb.

8 1973 Mar.  

BOX 69

FOLDER:

1 Correspondence, 1973 April

2 1973 May

3 1973 June/July

4 1973 Aug.

5 1973 Sept.

6 1973 Oct.

7 1973 Nov.

8 1973 Dec.

9 misc. correspondence 1973

10 Correspondence, 1974 Jan.

11 1974 Feb.

12 1974 Mar.

13 1974 April

14 1974 May

15 1974 June

16 1974 July  

17 Correspondence, 1974 Aug.

18 1974 Sept.

19 1974 Oct.

20 1974 Nov.

21 1974 Dec.

22 1975 Jan/Feb.

23 1975 Mar/April

24 1975 June/Oct

25 1975 Nov/Dec

26 1976 Jan/Apr

27 1976 May/Oct

28 1976 Nov/Dec

29 1977

30 1977

31 1978

32 1979

33 1980

34 1981

35 1982

36 1983-85  

SERIES I

COMMISSION ON CANADIAN STUDIES - GENERAL OFFICE FILES  

BOX 70

FOLDER:

1 Memorandum from Michael Jenkin

2 Office files

3 Staff expenses

4 Form letters

5 List of Publications ordered 1972-73

6 Mailing lists

7 Correspondence

8 Leasing Arrangements

9 proposed advisory panel

10 Marcel Caya, notes

11 same as above

12 same as above

13 Form letters

14 Correspondence with McDonald-Dowie re: stationary

15 C.V.'s of staff  

BOX 71

FOLDER:

1 Correspondence re: staffing

2 Intercommission memos

3 Commission staff applications

4 same as above

5 Ralph Heintzman

6 John Martyn

7 H. Inhaber

8 Den Hollander

9 William Young  

10 John Wadland

11 Dixon Tompson

12 James Page

13 Ian McLeod

14 Lucien Michaud

15 Marguerite Maillet

16 Pierre Martin

17 Eleanor Harmon

18 Brian Greer

19 R. Dyck

20 James Colthart

21 Ian Chapman

22 Marcel Caya

23 Rosemary Cavan

24 Michael Jenkin

25 Jim Fulton

26 Jamie Benedickson  

SERIES J

MISCELLANEOUS FILES

27 Council for Education in the Commonwealth

28 Memos, notes

29 Canadian Studies - General

30 Memorandum to Liason Persons 1972

31 Liason with the Science Council

32 Correspondence with the Dept. of External Affairs and Canadian Representatives Abroad 1972/73

33 Book review of The Canadian Curriculum: A Personal View by Dr. Robin Barrow

34 Working Copies of Commission Hearings

35 AUCC Proposals

36 Surveys of Courses and Enrolments at Univ.

37 Form letters, mailing lists

38 Community Colleges Liason Persons

39 Americanization of University Teachers

40 Canadian Jews

41 CCS - reaction (1970) by SSRCC (subsequently the Social Science Federation of Canada) to AUCC's proposal to establish the Commission on Canadian Studies

42 CCS - Statistical Data "The Gospel according to St. Jude" Version

43 CCS - Liason Appointment and Activity at Lakehead Univ.

44 CCS - Invitation to serve on the Advisory Committee

45 Committee for an Independent Canada

46 same as above

47 CCS - Literary and Historical References to the phrase "To Know Ourselves/To Know Thyself"  

BOX 72

FOLDER:

1 Gloria Pierre - Editorial Work

2 Prince Edward Island - speech

3 Sir Sandford Fleming - speech

4 Winnipeg - speech

5 Community College - speech

6 Montreal - speech

7 CCS - Problems of Funding, Time and Workload behind the Completion of Volumes 1 and 2

8 The Healy Commission

9 Responses to the Healy Commission

10 same as above

11 CCS - Liason with the Healy Commission Inquiry into Graduate Studies

12 Community

13 CCS - correspondence

14 Questionnaire assessment

15 CCS - Curriculum

16 Commission Archives

17 Commission Archives - role of AUCC

18 Commission Archives re: The Commission on the Rationalization of Univ. Research

19 Commission Archives re: Draft Letter and Questionnaire for procedure for submitting briefs

20 Misc. Material re: Commission on Canadian Studies

21 Form letters

22 CCS Archives - Material dated prior 1970

23 Material re: Can. Studies at Trent Univ.

24 Consultative group on Research and Educ. in Law

ALSO CONTAINS: numerous publications relating to Canadian Studies and Graduate Research in Canada.  

BOX 73

Contains more study papers, publications and course lists as well as speeches made by THB Symons. Also included in Box 73 are index cards of Marcel Caya filed by subject and author. Folders 1 to 5 contain miscellaneous files of the Commission.  

PHOTOGRAPHS

There are 17 colour postcards of Nanyang University in Singapore in Box 24, folder 31. There are 5 colour photos of student's art work from the Ontario College of Art in Box 1, folder 7 (brief #84).

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