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Accession Number: 13-009

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Commission on Canadian Studies fonds. Additions. -- 1957-2012. -- 3.7 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.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

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

NOTES

Custodial History: Fonds was in the custody of Professor Thomas H.B. Symons before it was donated to Trent University Archives in 2013.

Immediate Source: Fonds acquired from Professor Thomas H.B. Symons in 2013.

Restrictions: Permission of the University Archivist/Curator.

Accruals: This fonds is an addition to 86-031.

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Note: The following file list is an adaptation of an itemized list provided by the donor. Some documents received with this donation and appearing on the original list were removed as they duplicated items received in earlier donations.

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.

Box 1

Folder

1.
"There was this protest over the President, See..." Vancouver Sun article by Stuart Keate, 16 Nov. 1968 re: THBS and Trent.

2.
Notes for an Address by the Hon. Hugh Faulkner, Secretary of State, to the AUCC, Ottawa, 6 Nov. 1974.

3.
Proposal from THBS to establish a programme in Canadian Studies at Trent University, 21 Jan. 1971;
Trent University News Release: “Ford gives Trent $150,000 for Canadian Studies Program,” 29 March, 1972;

“Trent University program: Canadian studies course launched,” Globe and Mail, 31 March 1972;

“Trent plans Canadian studies program,” Peterborough Examiner, 1 April 1972;

“Trent gets $150,000 grant for Canadian Studies Course,” Peterborough Examiner, 5 April 1972;

“Canadian Studies a drawing card,” University Affairs, November 1982.

4.
Correspondence to G. C. Andrew, Executive Director AUCC, Apr. 1970, re: the "long-stalled proposal for a study of Canadian Studies."

Minutes from "Study of Canadian Studies - Ad Hoc Committee Meeting" 27 Jan 1970.

Correspondence with Colin B. Mackay, Executive Director of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, 17 November 1971, re: Canada Council grant for $50,000 to finance a commission to study the state of Canadian studies in Canadian universities.

Colin B. Mackay to the Honourable Hugh Faulkner, re the Commission on Canadian Studies, 3 October 1974.

Colin B. Mackay to THBS, 20 November 1974, re: progress of the report.

Reports to members of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada Board of Directors, on the Commission on Canadian Studies, 1972.

5.
Summary of the main points and recommendation of the Report of the Ministerial Commission on French Language Secondary Education.

Press clippings:
   - "A Job Well Done," Globe and Mail Dec. 1971
   - "The Calm Impartiality of the Symons Report," Le Devoir, Mar. 1972
   - "Minority schooling on Ontario Report," The Montreal Star, Mar. 1972
    - "The Great Franco-Ontarian Charter," Le Droit, Mar, 1972.

Letter from J. G. M. Raymond, Vice-Chairman, Council on French Language Schools, “A great deal has been done since your report was published and a great deal of the credit is justly yours” 3 June, 1974.

Ministerial Commission on French Language Secondary Education, Toronto: Queen’s Printer and Publisher, February, 1972. (T.H.B.S Commissioner).

6.
Establishment of the Symons Prize for Canadian Studies Fund at Upper Canada College, Toronto, 1972.

Some correspondence with THBS and Alan Ely, Richard Howard

Correspondence and thank you notes from Board members re prize, 1972\73

7.
1963: THBS and the founding of l'universite de Moncton, "avez accepte de parrainer la fondation de l'Universite de Moncton."

Letter from Muriel K. Roy, Preseidente, la Societe du Monument Lefebvre.

Letter from THBS to Professor Margurite Maillet, Université de Moncton, April 1994.

8.
Ontario Advisory Committee on Confederation:  Letter to H. Ian MacDonald, Deputy Provincial Treasurer, from THBS 28 Apr 1971

Letter to Edward Greathed, Co-ordinator Federal Provincial Affairs Secretariat, Ontario  14 Sept. 1970.

9.
A History of Peel County – to mark its Centenary as a Separate County 1867 - 1967, (1967, Peel County); includes Introduction “Local history and the Canadian Consciousness” by THBS.

10.
Correspondence with Thomas Delworth, Provost of Trinity College, University of Toronto, regarding “Devonshire House” published in 1957 for the University of Toronto Quarterly on the occasion of Devonshire’s 50th anniversary.  12 July 1996.

11.
Article about THBS in The Twig, University of Toronto Schools, 1962.

12.
Correspondence between THBS and Robert Bell, W. C. Winegard, D. G. Howell, and C. M. Switzer, re: initial draft of TKO chapter on agriculture/veterinary training and Canadian Studies.

13.
“Don’t you find that the defeat has the air of victory?” an editorial on media coverage by English-speaking publications re: the Quebec election of 29 April, in the Journal of Canadian Studies, v. v, n. 2, May 1970. Reprinted in George A. Rawlyk, Canadiens, Canadians and Quebecois (Prentice-Hall, 1974).

Correspondence with Professor Rowlyk and Rodney J. Anderson, re: editorial.

14.
Policy Advisory Committee to Hon. Robert L. Stanfield, 1972.

15.
John Bartlett, “Familiar Quotations,” THBS has highlighted quotations that make reference to “knowing one’s self.”

16.
Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, Press Release, “AUCC appoints Commission on Canadian Studies,” 28 June, 1972;  Brochure announcing the establishment of the Commission on Canadian Studies / Commission sur les études canadiennes by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada with the support of the Canada Council, 1972.

17.
“Ontario’s Quiet Revolution – a study of change in the position of the Franco-Ontarian Community” by THBS, in One Country or Two?, Ed. R. M. Burns, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1971.

18.
Creation and maintenance of the Symons Award at Lakefield College School.  Correspondence re: this endowment fund Dec. 1974 - Dec. 1996.

19.
Planning and founding of the University of Waikato and a centre for Maori Studies, 1962.

20.
Letter and enclosures sent to all Commonwealth University heads, re: the Council of the Trent, and major restructuring of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, 1971-1973.

21.
1867 and all that,” From an address by Scott Symons, Curator of Canadiana Collections, Royal Ontario Museum, at the Canadian Centenary Council Symposium, Winnipeg, 28 October 1963: Globe and Mail, 6 November 1963.

22.
Panel on Canadian Studies at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, November 1970

23.
Canadian Studies made compulsory in Saskatchewan High Schools.  Press release and letter from Gordon MacMurchy, Minister of Education, Province of Saskatchewan, October 1975.

24.
Correspondence expressing interest in the Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies prior to publication, 1972-1975.

25.

Vancouver Sun 8 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies Report Harsh with Universities, by John Sawatsky.

The Columbian 8 Mar. 1976 - Courses on Canadian Studies Needed, says Study.

Victoria Colonist 6 Mar. 1976 - 

Victoria Times 25 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies Disgrace, editorial from the Toronto Star.

Prince George Citizen (B.C.) 8 Mar. 1976 - Study Canada, Colleges Told.

Vancouver Sun 10 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Professors Feel Like Foreigners, by Richard Gwyn.

The Ubyssey Student Newspaper 9 Mar. 1976 - AUCC Report Deplores Low Canadian Content.

S.F.U. Week 18 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies Neglected... and it's Our Own Fault!

Edmonton Journal 5 Apr. 1976 - A Truly Disturbing Prospect by William Thorsell.

Edmonton Journal 6 Mar. 1976 - Study Calls for Increased Instruction about Canada.

Edmonton Journal 15 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies Abysmal, by Richard Gwyn.

Albertan 22 Mar. 1976 - Transplanted Ivy Albertan - University Neglect of Canada Appalling, by Richard Gwyn.

Edmonton Journal 16 Mar. 1976 - Prisoners of Ivory Towers, by     Douglas Fisher.

Calgary Herald 9 Apr. 1976 - Committee Plans Probe on Canadian Studies.

Calgary Herald 6 Mar. 1976 - Academic Snobbery Leaves Trail of Ignorance About Canada.

Calgary Herald 15 Mar. 1976 - University Neglect of Canada Appalling, by Richard Gwyn.

Red Deer Advocate 9 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies Ignored by Colleges, Universities.

Lethbridge Herald 6 Mar. 1976 - More Emphasis Urged for Canadian Studies, by Michael Lavoie.

Lethbridge Herald 11 Mar. 1976 - Canada Has Been Neglected.

Lethbridge Herald 12 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies ARE Relevant.

Lethbridge Herald 18 Mar. 1976 - Editorials, Universities Must Do Better.

Lethbridge Herald 24 Mar. 1976 - The Greater Pride.

Lethbridge Herald 25 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies Need Upgrading.

Lethbridge Herald 26 Mar. 1976 - Linguistic Lack.

Star Phoenix, Saskatoon, 16 Mar. 1976 - Appalling State of Canadian Studies, by Richard Gwyn.

Leader Post, Regina, 15 Mar. 1976 - Appalling State of Studies at Universities, by Richard Gwyn.

Winnipeg Free Press 8 Mar. 1976 - Universities Indifferent to Canada Report Says, by Jeff Sallot.

Bulletin, U. of Manitoba, 17 Mar. 1976 - Canadians Don't Know Themselves.

Globe and Mail, 6 Mar. 1976 - News Summary.

Globe and Mail  6 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Universities Indifferent to Canada Report Says, by Jeff Sallot.

Globe and Mail 10 Mar. 1976 - Faculties of Can Can't.

The Ottawa Journal 6 Mar. 1976 - More Canadiana Urged at College.

The Ottawa Journal 6 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies Neglected, by Sheila Brady.

The Ottawa Journal 8 Mar. 1976 - Being Up in the Air Will Aid This Business, by Frank Daley.

The Ottawa Citizen 6 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Colleges Responsible for Dismal History Awareness, by Murray Campbell.

The Ottawa Citizen 9 Mar. 1976 - Symons University Termed Inadequate, Timid.

Le Droit, Ottawa, 16 Mars. 1976 - Il Faul Convaincre les Universitaires de la Valeur du Canada.

The Toronto Star 6 Mar. 1976 - Universities Neglect Canadian Studies Commission Reports.

The Toronto Star 9 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Colleges Neglect Canada

The Toronto Star 30 Mar. 1976 - Universities Neglect Canada.

The Toronto Star 9 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Universities Fail an Examination, by Richard Gwyn.

Windsor Star 6 Mar. 1976 - Trail of Ignorance on Campuses Blasted.

Windsor Star 13 Mar. 1976 - (weekend)

Windsor Star 9 Mar. 1976 - A Little Canadiana Please, Professor, by Sandra Precop.

Peterborough Examiner 10 Mar. 1976 - Let Us Begin.

Peterborough Examiner 6 Mar. 1976 - Universities Ignore Canadian Culture.

Peterborough Examiner 8 Mar. 1976 - Honest, A God Invented Maple Syrup.

Peterborough Examiner 8 Mar. 1976 - Nind Says He'll Act on Symons' Report.

Peterborough Examiner 6 Mar. 1976 - Commission Documents Go To Trent.

Peterborough Examiner 6 Mar. 1976 - Symons Drives Himself, Not Cars.

Peterborough Examiner 8 Mar. 1976 - Symons 'Battled' Some Universities.

Peterborough Examiner 30 Mar. 1976 - It Wasn't All Glum For Trent U. Its Jocks Have Somewhere to Go.

Peterborough Examiner 17 Mar. 1976 - Why Do They Have a Feeble Input Into Public Affairs? by Douglas Fisher.

London Free Press 9 Mar. 1976 - The Canadianization of Canada.

London Evening Free Press 6 Mar. 1976 - Universities Urged to Broaden Studies of Canadian Culture.

London Free Press 11 Mar. 1976 - Educating Universities to Accept the Importance of Canadian Culture, by Richard Gwyn.

Western News, U. of Western ON., 8 Apr. 1976 - President Challenges Study Results.

Hamilton Spectator 6 Mar. 1976 - More Canadian Courses Recommended.

Brock University, Region Niagara 11 Mar. 1976 - Campus News.

Brantford Expositor 6 Mar. 1976 - Study Finds Ignorance of Canada on Campuses.

Guelph Mercury 8 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies Needed.

Kitchener Waterloo Record 13 Mar. 1976 - Are the Academics in Hiding? by Douglas Fisher.

Brampton Daily Times 18 Mar. 1976 - The Sad State of Poli Sci, from Fisher.

Welland Port Colborne Tribune 15 Mar. 1976 - Politics Should Make Use of the Academic Community, Fisher's Viewpoint.

Windsor Star 16 Mar. 1976 - Political Scientists and Historians Missing From Canada's Political Arena, by Douglas Fisher.

St Catharines Standard 8 Mar. 1976 - Snobbery, Hostility in the Ivory Towers Leaving Trail of Ignorance on Campuses.

St. Thomas Times-Journal 6 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies Feel "Trail of Ignorance."

Welland Port Colborne 6 Mar. 1976 - Know More.

Barrie Examiner 6 Mar. 1976 - Attention Needed For Own Country.

Brampton Daily Times 6 Mar. 1976 - New Programs on Canada.

Chatham News 6 Mar. 1976 - Campuses Show Learning Lack.

Oshawa Times 16 Mar. 1976 - Why Are Academics Silent on the Body Politic? Fisher's Viewpoint.

Peterborough Examiner 30 Mar. 1976 - Symons Says: Universities Smarten Up.

The Intelligencer, Belleville, 6 Mar. 1976 - More Canadian Studies.

Cornwall Standard 6 Mar. 1976 - Canadians Need to Know More About Own Land.

Cornwall Standard 18 Mar. 1976 - Few Professors Influencing Our Political Scene, View From Ottawa.

Peterborough Examiner 1 Apr. 1976 - Put Quotas on Students Not Teachers, NDP Says.

Kingston Whig Standard 18 Mar. 1976 - Queen's Sold Short by Commission.

Kingston Whig Standard 10 Mar. 1976 - Queen's Renowned For Its Canadian Studies Concern, by Mark Smyka.

Windsor Star 19 Mar. 1976 - University 'Misrepresented.'

North Bay Nugget 6 Mar. 1976 - Urges New University Programs.

Sault Ste. Marie Star 8 Mar. 1976 - Canada Studies Urged.

Sault Ste. Marie Star 20 Mar. 1976 - A Neglect of Canadian Studies, by Sandra Precop.

The Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay, 6 Mar. 1976 - More Canadian Studies Advises Commission.

Northern Daily News, Kirkland Lake, 16 Mar. 1976 - Lack of Academics At PC Convention, by Doug Fisher.

York Gazette 24 Mar. 1976 - To Know Ourselves Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies.

York Gazette 24 Mar. 1976 - Comment; Not to Know Ourselves, by Howard Adelman.

This Week at Carleton, Carleton U., 11 Mar. 1976 - To Know Ourselves.

Globe and Mail 20 Apr. 1976 - A Meeting of Minds on Colleges, by Norman Webster.

Globe and Mail 27 Apr. 1976 - Powerful Support For Case, by Norman Webster.

The Montreal Star 6 Mar. 1976 - Report Asks Boost in Universities' Canadian Studies, by Dan Pottier.

The Montreal Star 12 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies.

The Gazette, Montreal, 6 Mar. 1976 - College-level Studies Needed on Canada.

Montreal Gazette 23 Mar. 1976 - Canada's Academics Play Bit Part Only on Public Stage, by Douglas Fisher.

Saguenay Le Quotidien, Chicoutimi, 6 Mar. 1976 - Education Ignorance de l'Histoire.

La Presse Montreal, Quebec, 4 Mar. 1976 - Vivre Aujourd'hui Mon Oeil sur Montreal par Dollard Perreault.

Le Devoir 13 Apr. 1976 - Le Rapport de la Commission Symons.

Le Devoir 13 Apr. 1976 - Un Inquietant Bilan des etudes canadiennes dans les Colleges et Universites du Pays par Jacques Flamand.

The Montreal Star 10 Mar. 1976 - Spending More, Learning Les, by Richard Gwyn.

McGill Reporter 7 Apr. 1976 - Symons Report Draws Comment From Professor.

The Evening Patriot 15 Mar. 1976 - Problem in Universities Typical Canadian Malaise.

Moncton Times 11 Mar. 1976 - Pass Marks for UNB, by Richard Gwyn.

St. John's Evening Telegram 6 Mar. 1976 - Report Contends Trail of Ignorance Across Canada.

Halifax Chronicle Herald 6 Mar. 1976 - Hicks, Beveridge "Skeptical" by Ted Larsen.

Cape Breton Post, Sydney, 10 Mar. 1976 - University Presidents Skeptic Over Report.

Weekend Magazine (Globe and Mail) 13 Mar. 1976 - Hire Education in Canada, by Norman Hartley, photography by Richard Pierre.

Macleans, 5 Apr. 1976 - O Can-a-da, Ignored and Unknown Land.

Quill and Quire April 1976 - The Archivists' Point of View, by Gordon Dodds.

Dialogue between Pierre Berton and Charles Templeton on To Know Ourselves: The Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies, CKEY Radio.  10:05 AM, 12 Mar. 1976.

Bulletin of the CAUT, May 1976 - A Quiet Canadian Speaks At Last: The Symons Report on Canadian Studies, by Michael Horn.

The Times Higher Education Supplement, 2 Apr. 1976 - Canadian Dons Urged to "Back Canada" by Michael Binyon.

The Chronicle of Higher Education 29 Mar. 1976 - News Summary.

The Chronicle of Higher Education 29 Mar. 1976 - "General Neglect" of Canada Laid to its Universities, by Philip W. Semas.

University Affairs April 1976 - To Know Ourselves.

Correspondence and Letter to the Editor of the Globe and Mail from Professor H. S. Armstrong, University of Guelph, regarding Geology, March 1976;

Correspondence from Alex Corry, regarding “zenophobic” press reports on To Know Ourselves, 18 April 1976;

Correspondence from Arnold Smith, Lester B. Pearson Professor of International Affairs, The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, 22 March 1976;

Letter from R. J. Baker, President of the University of Prince Edward Island, 16 March 1976.

26.

The Financial Post 22 May 1976 - We Don't Know Enough About Us, by Michael Fox.

The Financial Post 22 May 1976 - This Week

The Toronto Star 5 June 1976 - Commissioner Calls for More Study of Religion's Role in our Society.

Communique: Canadian Studies, May 1976 - "To Know Ourselves," The Association of Canadian Community Colleges.

Archivaria Summer 1976 - The Commission on Canadian Studies, The Journal of the Association of Canadian Archivists.

Halifax Mail Star 1 May 1976 - An Upserge of Interest in Agriculture.

Halifax Chronicle Herald 26 May 1976 - University Education - $2.5 Billion Worth, by Berton Robinson.

Victoria Times 3 Apr. 1976 - Canadian Studies.

Victoria Times 20 Apr. 1976 - American Values Taught in Canadian Sociology, Toronto Star editorial.

La Voix de l'Est 9 Apr. 1976 - Press Clipping.

Un Laval 17 Mar. 1976 - Le Canada Ignore par les Canadienes.

Saguenay Le Quotidien 12 Apr. 1976 - Les Francophones sont plus Fiers du Canada.

Le Droit, Ottawa, 12 Apr. 1976 -

The Cord Weekly, Waterloo, 25 Mar. 1976 - Canadian Studies Report.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 9 Mar. 1976 - Where Universities Fail.

Campus Toronto 26 Mar. 1976 - Universities Ignore the Realities of Canada.

Communiqué: May 1976 - Not Enough Attention to Canadian Culture, Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities.

Stratford Beacon Herald 2 Apr. 1976 - The Symons Report, U.S. Dominating Our Universities.

Western News 11 Mar. 1976 - President D. C. Williams Says: "Western Exception to Symons Report Charge."

London Evening Free Press 8 Apr. 1976 - No More Universities Planned.

London Free Press 28 Apr. 1976 - Tough Stand No Surprise to Educators.

Toronto Star 28 Apr. 1976 - Hire More Canadian Professors - Or Else.

The Globe and Mail 30 Apr. 1976- Seeking Fair Shake in Colleges, by Norman Webster.

S.F.U. Week 13 May 1976 - Symons' Report Labelled Anti-American.

Toronto Star 1 June 1976 - Where Does Canada's Lively Culture Go From Here? by David Silcox.

Sault Ste. Marie Star 12 Apr. 1976 - Sopkina Calls Watkins' Testimony Unbelievable, by John Halucha.

27.

Arts Bulletin, May/June 1976 - Arts in Education "The Symons Report," by Richard Courtney.

University of Toronto Graduate  Summer 1976 - "Symons Says," by Don Evans.

Ottawa Bulletin des Anciens - Alumni News June 1976 - "Se Connaitre To Know Ourselves."

Laurier Campus Summer 1976 - "Canadians Must Develop Awareness of   Canada."

University Affairs July 1976 - "Commentaires," by J.A.S. Evans.

Carleton University St. Patrick's College Undergraduate Program in Canadian Studies - To Know Ourselves.

A.C.U. Bulletin of Current Documentation June 1976 - "Knowing Themselves."

Secretary of State News Release Communique 25 June 1976 - "Canada Council Appointment."

University of Lethbridge Medium 31 Mar. 1976 - "To Know Ourselves."

This Week at Carleton June 1976 - "Symons Committee."

University of Waterloo 10 Mar. 1976 - "Canadian Studies Said Neglected."

S.F.U. Week 13 May 1976 - To Know Ourselves, "Symons Report Labelled Anti-American," by Dixon.

S.F.U. Week 20 May 1976 - Opinion/Polite Reply.

S.F.U. Week 3 June 1976 - Opinion - Symons Report Defended.

S.F.U. Week 17 June 1976 - Symons Debate Continued.

The Peterborough Common Press 6 July 1976 - "THBS: To Know Ourselves."

Canadian Forum June/July 1976 - "The Symons Report, A Symposium"

- "American Mouse in Disguise," by J.M. Bumstead.

- "Splendidly comprehensive," by James Steele.

- "On Choosing Bondage," by Dave Godfrey.

- "No Balance Struck," by D.C. Williams.

- "Enoch Soames At Work?," by E.Z. Friedenberg.

- "Joy and Grief," by Phillis Grosskurth.

- "Handle With Care," by Michael Oliver.

- "Responding to the Challenges," by J. Hugh Faulkner.

- "Political Science Divided," by Paul Fox.

- "A Comprehensive and Constructive Analysis," Pierre Savard.

University Affairs  May 1976 - "Commentaries," par Roger Guidon, omi.

Science Forum June 1976 - "Enough of this Navel-gazing: We Must Act."

Saint John's Edmonton Report 14 June 1976 - "The Schools."

Edmonton Journal 4 June 1976 - "U of A Defends Content of Courses."

Edmonton Journal 3 June 1976 - "Canadian Studies Concern Premier."

Legislature of Ontario Debates, 31 May 1976.

The Toronto Star 30 June 1976 - "Why Bilingualism Is Still Vital."

Social Science Research Council of Canada 6 June 1976 - "Statement on The Crisis in Social Science Research Funding."

Arts Bulletin May/June 1976 - "The Arts Tomorrow."

Bulletin Arts Mai/Juin 1976 - "Les Arts Demain."

Le Devoir 6 May 1976 - "Le Dilemme du Canada: pas de Bilinguisme Durable sans un Quebec Francais," par Jacques Flamand.

Halifax Chronicle Herald 11 May 1976 - "An Upsurge of Interest in Agriculture."

28.

BIO - Alumni News, Guelph July 1976 - "To Know Ourselves."

McGill Reporter 7 Apr. 1976 - "Smorgasbord Jardiniere Canadianna."

Hamilton Spectator 31 May 1976 - "Colleges Tepid on National Literature."

Canadian Book Information Centre - For Immediate Release, June 1976.

Sault Ste. Marie Star 25 June 1976 - "Maloney Speaks at Michipcoten School Graduation," by Isabel Lawson.

Peterborough Examiner 25 June 1976 - "Symons Appointed to Canada Council."

Lethbridge Herald 26 June 1976 - "Social Scientists Need More Money."

Sherbrooke La Tribune 28 June 1976 - "Document."

Lethbridge Herald 30 June 1976 - "Nationalism With Care."

Peterborough Review 8 July 1976 - "Post for Symons."

Winnipeg Free Press 9 July 1976 - "3 R Controversy Misconceived, Schreyer Tell Education Meeting," by Debbie Sproat.

Canadian Reader June 1976 - "Views by Peter Martin."

Peterborough Common Press 29 June 1976 - "Symons Says, Faulkner Follows Suit."

Charlottetown Guardian 29 July 1976 - "Carefully Worded Studies Deal With Canada, U.S. Ties," by John D. Harbron.

Northern Daily News 29 July 1976 - "Canadian-American Relations a Concern on Both Sides," by John D. Harbron.

Oshawa Times 29 July 1976 - "Canada: A Distinct Political Entity," by John D. Harbron.

Prince Albert Herald 29 July 1976 - "Two Reports Worrisome," by John D. Harbron.

Comments on the Report of the Commission On Canadian Studies, by Gertrude H. McPherson, Dept. of Sociology, U. of Saskatchewan.

A Preliminary Appraisal for the Research Policy Committee, SSRCC, by A.K. Davis, Chairperson.

Re: To Know Ourselves, by Prof. Peter Aucoin, Dalhousie University.

Saturday Night May 1976 - "Is Simon Fraser Indefensible?" by Robin Matthews.

Globe and Mail 11 Mar. 1976 - "Canadian Content."

Globe and Mail 12 Mar. 1976 - "Canadian Content."

Globe and Mail 13 Mar. 1976 - "Study of Canadian Content Spurred by Academics, Trinity Provost Says."

Globe and Mail 10 Mar. 1976 - "Anne of Green Gables."

Globe and Mail 15 Mar. 1976 - "Canadian Musicals."

Victoria Times 27 Mar. 1976 - "A Clarification."

Victoria Times 27 Mar. 1976 - "Hiring Policies."

Edmonton Journal 31 Mar. 1976 - "Elsewhere U."

Globe and Mail 10 Mar. 1976 - "Canadian Content.”

Toronto Star 22 Mar. 1976 - "Universities Don't Ignore Canada, Professor Says."

Toronto Star 6 Apr. 1976 - "Canadian Studies Gain Support, Educator Says."

Toronto Star 4 May 1976 - "Don't Trade Excellence for Nationality: Educator;"

Letter from Geoffrey Andrew, Executive Director of Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, 4 August 1976: “I can feel the atmosphere--with respect to Canadian Studies--changing....”

29.

Arts - Bulletin of the Canadian Conference of the Arts - Sept. 1976 "More on Arts and Education."

Nouvelles/News - Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada -  May 1976 - "Livres/Books."

SCITEC Bulletin June 1976 - "Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies."

Winnipeg Tribune 4 Sept. 1976 - "Canadian Studies are Important."

Opinion Canada, Montreal Ete 1976 - "Nous Connaitre Nous-Memes."

Quill and Quire Oct. 1976 - "Reports:  A Reproach and a Challenge," by Geoffrey Milburn.

News Release 13 Sept. 1976 - "Hugh Faulkner to Open Carleton University's New Undergraduate Program in Canadian Studies."

University Affairs Oct. 1976.

Opinion Canada, Montreal Summer 1976 - "The State of Our Cultural Life."

Alumni Gazette Fall 1976 - "The Symons Report:  A Rebuttal."

Globe and Mail 5 Oct. 1976 - "A Gain for Decay in Eskimo Mouths."

University Affairs Oct. 1976 - "Establishing the British Association of Canadian Studies - A Stimulating Meeting," by John Margeson.

Office of the Minister of State, Science and Technology, 16 Sept.  1976 - "Note for an address by the Hon. J. Hugh Faulkner"at the   Opening of the Canadian Studies Program at Carleton University.

University of Toronto Graduate Fall 1976 - "Thanks for Bing Candid,"  "History's Claim is Premature," "What About French Canadian Lit?"

30.

University Affairs Nov. 1976.

Book and Periodical Development Council Newsletter, Dec. 1976 - "The Book and Periodical Development Council is ..."

Social Sciences in Canada 1976 - "Directory is Given the Green Light."

Social Sciences in Canada 1976 - "Critiques," by Paul Savard.

Contact Nov. 1976.

Social Sciences in Canada 1976 - "C.S.A.A. 1975-76" by Arthur K. Davis.

Social Sciences in Canada 1976 - "Stanley House - La Canadianization des sciences sociales."

College Canada Oct. 1976 - "To Know Ourselves / Se Connaitre," by Ron Slavik.

College Canada Oct. 1976 - "To Know Ourselves / Se Connaires,    Counterpoint," by Howard A. Doughty.

University Affairs Vol. 17 No. 9 Nov. 1976 -

- "Coverage of Symons Report has been extensive."

- "Problem in Universities Typical of Canadian Malaise."

- "Canadian Studies."

- "The Canadianization of Canada."

- "Universities Must Do Better."

- "We Don't Know Enough About Us," by Michael Fox.

Globe and Mail 1 Nov. 1976 - "Fail Safe Education.'

University of Waterloo Gazette - "Canadian Culture Society and Environment are Worthy of Attention by Scholars."

University of Waterloo Gazette 13 Oct. 1976 - "Canadian Studies Apologia Blasted."

Globe and Mail 23 Oct. 1976 - "A Collection Goes West," by Reginald Vickers.

 Canadian Ethnic Studies Association Bulletin Oct. 1976 - "Association des Universities et Colleges au Canada."

The University of Salford Bulletin - "University News."

Annual Report, 1975-76 - National Design Council - "Design Education."

Quill and Quire Dec. 1976 - "A Librarian's Shopping List."

Quill and Quire Dec. 1976 - "Conference Previews."

Peterborough Examiner 4 Dec. 1976 - "So Much for Cultural Nationalism," by John D. Harbron.

Quill and Quire Dec. 1976 - "CBA/CBPC/ACP College Store Seminar."

Social Sciences in Canada 1976 - "The Canadianization or Americanization Problem," by Pauline Marie Vaillancourt.

University Affairs Dec. 1976 - "Conference on Publishing Examines Lack of Popular Culture," by Lynda Woodcock.

Ottawa Citizen 16 Nov. 1976 - "Only 20 out of 137 Colleges Teach Canadian Studies," by Dave Rogers.

Bulletin Oct. 1976 - Joint Publication of Canadian Political and Science Association - "The Symons Report."

College Canada Nov. 1976 - "Symons Appointed to Canada Council."

The Association for Canadian Studies Announces "The Second  Charlottetown Conference."

Communique: Canadian Studies Oct. 1976 - "Multiculturalism."

Globe and Mail 16 Nov. 1976 - "Creeping to Worthy Goal," by Norm Webster.

Campus 26 Mar. 1976 - "Universities Ignore the Realities of Canada."

Quill and Quire Jan. 1977 - "The Book and Periodical Development."

Globe and Mail 3 Jan. 1977 - "Thinkers to Discuss Canadian Culture."

Peterborough Examiner 14 Dec. 1976 - "Flashback, The Media Pundits Wrote-Off Rene Levesque Too Soon," by THBS.

Contact Nov. 1976 - Critique de Se Connairte. de John S. Church.

Book and Periodical Development Council Newsletter Dec. 1976 - "Canadian Literature in Texts and Schools."

Social Sciences in Canada 1976 - Reu Vert au Repertoire. - Crisis in Social Science Research Funding.

Contact (full issue) Feb. 1980.

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College Canada Feb. 1977 - "The Association for Canadian Studies Announces the Second Charlottetown Conference."

College Canada Feb. 1977 - "Canadian Studies Conferences."

Announcing 2 Conferences - "The Second Charlottetown Conference, 1977," and "Cultural Identity and Canadian Studies, Cape          Breton, 1977."

Bulletin, Humanities Research Council of Canada, Winter 1977 - "A Canadian School in Italy."

Manitoban 3 Feb. 1977 - "En Vente Se Connaitre."

University Affairs Feb. 1977 - "Canadian Studies Lacking - Symons."

Canadian Journal of Sociology by Robert D. Lambert, University of Waterloo.

Le Droit, Ottawa, Jan. 1977 - "Les etudes canadiennes et le Francophone."

Globe and Mail 5 Feb. 1977 - "Appointment in Legal History."

University Affairs Feb. 1977 - "York University Atkinson College Canadian Studies."

University Affairs Feb. 1977 - "York University Atkinson College."

Trent University - "Spend Some Canadian Evenings at Trent this Summer."

C.A.U.T. Bulletin Sept. 1976 - "Canadian Studies at Edinburgh: Model or Mistake?" by Ian Drummond.

Quill and Quire Feb. 1977 - "Polishing our Cultural Image Abroad," by John W. Graham.

Contact Sept. 1976 - "Canadianizing the Curriculum," by Paul Gallagher.

University of Western Ontario Alumni Gazette Winter 1976 - "Symons Report."

Higher Education in Canada - A Conference Sponsored by the Faculty of Education, the University of Manitoba, Feb. 3 - 5, 1977.

Festival Magazine, A Special Manitoban Supplement, Feb. 2,3,4, 1977.

Globe and Mail 12 Feb. 1977 - "Four to Discuss National Unity," by Zena Cherry.

The Tribune 4 Feb. 1977 - Festival of Life and Learning, "Canadian View Lost:  Educators."

Winnipeg Free Press 4 Feb. 1977 - "Canadianism Report LId Denied."

C.A.P.S. Conference 2-5 Feb. 1977 - University of Manitoba.

The Committee for an Independent Canada; the Strains of Confederation.

Queen's Alumni Review Jan/Feb. 1977 - "Queen's Quarterly: Winter."

Globe and Mail 1 Feb. 1977 - by Norman Webster.

Bulletin, Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific, Dec. 1976 - "Four More Distinguish Canadians Join Board of Pearson College."

College Canada Feb. 1977 - "Les Colleges communautaires et le rapport Symons," by Marcel Caya.

32.

Letter to the Hon. John Robarts from Linda Johnson, Association of Canadian Archivists, dated 1 Mar. 1977.

Arctic, Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America, Sept. 1976, - "Canadian Studies and the Arctic," by W.P. Adams.

The Canadian Review Feb. 1977 - "Special Report: Science," ed. Barry Mack.

33.

The Association for Canadian Studies announces the Second Charlottetown Conference, 10-13 May, 1977.

University Affairs, Apr. 1977 - "Malgre ces reserves le Rapport demeurera une oeuvre monumentale..." by Marcel de Grandpre. University of Toronto, The Governing Council, Academic Affairs 

Committee, Report of the Striking Committee - "Task Force on Canadian Studies and the University of Toronto."

University Affairs Jan. 1977 - "The Symons Report and Legal Education," by D.A. Soberman.

Halifax Chronicle Herald 12 Feb. 1977 - "Local Author, Educator to Survey Canadian Studies."

Notes from AUCC - 18 Feb. 1977 - "Symons Report in Paperback."

Book and Periodical Development council, Press Release, 26 Jan 1977

College Canada Jan. 1977 - "Canadian Studies Project," by Jim Page.

College Canada Jan. 1977 - "Learning Strategies For College Educators."

College Canada Feb. 1977 - "We Get Letters."

College Canada Jan. 1977 - "Conference Raises Call for Action."

Northern Mosaic, Thunder Bay, Nov/Dec. 1976 - "The Symons Report:

To Know Ourselves," by Evona Zawadowski.

Trent Fortnightly 23 Feb. 1977 - "GS Proposals."

Winnipeg Free Press 7 Feb. 1977 - "U of M Senate Proposals Described as 'Weak' by Student Organization."

University of Manitoba Bulletin 16 Feb. 1977 - "Money and Nationalism."

Manitoban 21 Feb. 1977 - "Symons Report Stories," by Doug Smith.

The Canadian Studies Project - Association of Canadian Community Colleges.

Education Canada, The Canadian Education Association, Winter 1976 -"Trends in Canadian Studies," by Lorne W. Downey.

Memorandum to: All Members of Faculty and Administration from D.B. Sutherland - 14 Dec. 1976, Sir Sandford Fleming College.

Peterborough Examiner 24 Feb. 1977 - "Greater Things Can Be Accomplished if we Prepare Students," by Dave Pink.

Books in Canada: a National Review of Books, Mar. 1977 - "Special Section on Education," by Ron Waldie.

Calum, publication of Alumni Assoc. of the University of Calgary, Feb. 1977 - "The Symons Report on Canadian Studies," by Robert G. Weyant.

Calum Feb. 1977 - "How Canadian Should Our Universities Be?" by Dr. Claude Bissell.

Peterborough Examiner 4 Apr. 1977 - "Local Man Heads Book Council."

Bulletin des Anciens, Universite d'Ottawa, Mar. 1977 - "Ordre du Canada Order of Canada."

Arts Bulletin, The Canadian Conference of the Arts, Feb. 1977 - "Order of Canada   Governor General Honours the Arts."

International Perspectives, A Journal of Opinion on World Affairs, Sept/Oct. 1976 - "Recent Growth of Interest in Canadian Studies  Abroad," by John W. Graham.

Interchange, “Developing curriculum for Canadian schools: what we learned from the Atlantic Salmon,” by Gary J. Anderson, Ann E. Brimer, and Muriel           Cooper.

34.

Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Queen's University council, 27-28 May, 1976.

35.

Letters to:

Prof. Ian Chapman, 19 Oct. 1976.

Dr. Margaret Lawrence, 5 Nov. 1976.

Prof. J.M. Berry, 3 Jan. 1977.

The Hon. A.E. Hohol, 14 Oct. 1976.

Robert Fulford, 5 Jan. 1977.

Prof. Gordon Rothney, 4 Jan. 1977.

Prof. R.G. Williamson, 9 Sept. 1976.

Dr. Michael Oliver, President, AUCC, 27 August 1977.

From Prof. Symons.

Report of the Senate Task Force (University of Waterloo) and the Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies - June 1976

Letter Re: report from Prof. Ronald Lambert and two items from the Waterloo Gazette.

Correspondence from Professor Jerzy A. Wojciechowski, University of Ottawa, re: the Report of the Senate Task Force of the University of Waterloo, 28 September 1976.

36.

Letter to Prof. Duncan D. Campbell, 19 Nov. 1976, from THBS, note on yellow paper.

The Faculty of Extension, the University of Alberta, Inter-departmental Correspondence to C.M. Lockwood from Duncan D. Campbell, 28 Sept. 1976.

37.

Caribbean Educational Bulletin Jan. 1977, Vol. 4, No. 1

"Knowing Themselves - A Major Paper on Canadian Studies in Canada and Abroad." p. 15-22.

38.

Letter to Roy MacLaren from THBS 17 Jan. 1977.

"How to Improve Business-Government Relations in Canada" A report to the Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce by Roy MacLaren, 1976.

Globe and Mail 24 Dec. 1976 - "Study Urges Forum to Help Government Deal With Business," by Roderick Oram.

39.

“To Know Ourselves,” transcript of T. H. B. Symons’ remarks presenting an informal overview of the Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies to the Ontario Arts Council Meeting, 6 May 1976;

Establishment, Correspondence and Minutes of the To Know Ourselves Committee of the Ontario Arts Council, 1976-1980;

Report of the TKO Committee of the Ontario Arts Council, January 1977.

40.

Contact - National Research Council of Canada, Feb. 1978, re: Strategic grants.

41.

"Nationalism and Higher Education," notes for an address by THBS to the Conference on Higher Education in Canada, Winnipeg, 5 Feb. 1977.

“Nationalism and Higher Education,” in Monographs in Education I: Issues in Higher Education. University of Manitoba, Spring, 1979.

42.

C.A.P.S. Conference - Canadian Association of Planning Students, "Canadian Content in Planning Education," 2-5 Feb. 1977.

43.

Immediate Release, 6 Mar. 1977. "Speech by Stephen Lewis, Ontario NDP Leader, to the Provincial

Council Meeting of the Ontario NDP," Westbury Hotel, Toronto 11:00 AM, Sun. 6 Mar. 1977.

44.

Letter to Dr. H.E. Duckworth, President of the AUCC and University of Winnipeg, 17 Mar. 1977, from THBS

Ontario Arts Council Memorandum, 9 Mar. 1977, Notice of Meeting of the TKO Committee. Re: Response to TKO by the Arts Community.

45.

(Canadian Artist Representation) CAR News, Spring 1977 - "Inside Art Education."  - "What Problem?" by Dale Amundson; "Editorial," by Dale Amundson.

CAR News, Spring 1977 - "Can Art Can?" by Can Art Can. - "Q. & A."; "Fact, Figures/Faits, Chiffres."

Canadian Voice May/June 1977 - "CAR to Celebrate a Decade of Accomplishments," by Tom Clemmen.

46.

Remarks by THBS to the Spring convocation of Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario  28 May 1977.

47.

Agenda - The Department of External Affairs Meeting on Canadian Studies. Minister's Conference Room, 10th Floor, L.B. Pearson Building, 0930 Hours - 2 June 1977.

48.

"Canadian Concerns in Canadian Education," notes for an address by THBS to the Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Fredericton, New Brunswick  7 June 1977.

49.

"The Symons Report and Archives - Reflections on a Century" A paper prepared for the annual meeting of the Association of Canadian Archivists, by Ian E. Wilson   6 June 1977.

50.

Letter to Manuel Zack from Prof. Symons - 9 June 1978.

Letter to Prof. Symons from Manuel Zack - 7 June 1978.

Letter to Prof. Alexander Gregor from Prof. Symons - 9 June 1978.

Letter to Prof. Symons from Prof. Alexander Gregor - 18 May 1978.

RE:  Publication of papers delivered by THBS at the Conference    of Higher Education held at the University of Manitoba, Feb. 1977.

51.

The University of Calgary, "Report of the General Faculties Council Ad Hoc Committee on Canadian Studies on the Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies:  To Know Ourselves." 10 June 1977.

52.

The University of Manitoba, "Report of the Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Implementation of the Symons Report."  22 June 1977.

53.

Winnipeg Free Press 14 May 1977 - "U Moots Canadian Studies     Organizer."

"To Know Canada:  To Know Ourselves" - The Spring 1977 Program.

Folio - The University of Alberta Staff Bulletin 26 May 1977 - "Canadian Studies."

Halifax Chronicle Herald 18 Mar. 1977 - "May Thaw Freeze."

The Canadian Journal of Higher Education  1 July 1977 - "Table of Contents - Table des matieres."

Canadian Society for the Study of Education - Learned Societies Conference, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, 7-9 June 1977,    Keynote address by THBS.

Association of Canadian Archivists - 2nd Annual Conference, 5-8 June 1977.

The Canadian Historical Association - University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, N.B., 2-5 June 1977.

Nous Annoncons Re: la deuxieme conference de Charlottetown, 1977.

Association for Canadian Studies - The Second Charlottetown

Conference, The University of PEI   9-13 May 1977.

International Education Centre, April 1977 - "To Know Ourselves." University Affairs Apr. 1977.

Globe and Mail 12 May 1977 - "Books Old and Rare at a Fair," by Zena Cherry.

Science Council of Canada - Task Force on Research in Canada 28 Mar. 1977 - List of Reading Material.

British Association for Canadian Studies, B.A.C.S. Second Annual Conference and A.G.M.

University Affairs Apr. 1977.

Canadian Plains Bulletin, Conferences.

Halifax Chronicle Herald 18 Mar. 1977 - "Atlantic Studies Summer School Has Full Agenda."

Halifax Chronicle Herald - "Anthropologists, Sociologists Meet."

Toronto Star 11 June 1977 - "It's a Crucial Difference: Quebec Remembers English Canada Forgets," by Robert Fulford.

University of Sudbury - "Special Summer School on Canadian Studies for Foreign Students."

Commissioner of Official Languages - Sixth Annual Report, 1976.

Nouvelles du Fac - le printemps 1977 - "L'edcuation de l'Artiste Editorial," par Dale Amundson.

University Affairs Apr. 1977 - Re: Release of TKO in paperback.

Mail-Star Chronicle-Herald 20 June 1977 - "Sense of Direction Lacking," by Paul Robinson.

Dawson College Internal Memo - To John W. Tibbits on behalf of the Canadian Studies Project of the A.C.C.C.

Bulletin of the Canadian Political Science Association, Feb. 1977.

Folio University of Alberta staff bulletin 26 May 1977 - "Books"

Canadian Historical Association Newsletter - Winter 1977.

Globe and Mail 11 Apr. 1977 - "Democracy in Schools: Getting Down to Basic Principles," by Jeff Sallot.

Charlottetown Guardian 4 Apr. 1977 - "Charlottetown Native Heads National Council."

Quill and Quire May 1977 - "Appointments McMillan"

Peterborough Review 28 Apr. 1977 - "Museum Has Anniversary."

Sudbury Star 28 May 1977 - "Hundreds of Laurentian Students Get Degrees at Ceremony Today," by Marcel Lamarche.

Sudbury Star 30 May 1977 - Cambrian, Laurentian."

University Affairs Apr. 1977 - "Sale of Selected AUCC Publications"

54.

Science Forum Apr. 1977 - "Why Do Many Canadians Know Nothing of Canadian Science?" by Richard A. Jarrell; HSTC Bulletin, Quarterly newsletter for the History of Science and Technology of Canada, February 1978, edited by Richard A. Jarrell and Norman R. Ball.

55.

Letter to Prof. W.G. Saywell, University of Toronto, from THBS, Sept. 1977.

Letter to THBS from Prof. Saywell, Sept. 1977.

Approved by the AUCC Board of Directors "Ad Hoc Committee on the Symons Report," 21 June 1977.

Letter to Denise Michaud, Secretary to the AUCC Ad Hoc Committee on the Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies, from THBS 16 Sept. 1977.

Letter to THBS from Denise Michaud, 12 Sept. 1977.

56.

Letter to THBS from B.A. Crimp, the University of Auckland, New Zealand, 11 July 1977.

University of Auckland News Aug. 1977.

Letter to B.A. Crimp from THBS 25 Oct. 1977. RE:  Response to TKO and the establishment of a New Zealand Studies Inquiry.

57.

ALL ITEMS REFERRING TO ALBERTA

Halifax Chronicle-Herald 7 Nov. 1977 - "Across the Land" with Harold Shea.

Alberta Advanced Education and Manpower - Dr. A.E. Hohol, release date 18 Oct. 1977.

Folio - The University of Alberta Staff Bulletin - "Publishing To Know Ourselves, University of Alberta Press" 17 Nov. 1977.

Communications (Information Bulletin #44) - Alberta Ministry of Education 24 Oct. 1977.

The Margaret P. Hess Collection - The University of Calgary Library Occasional Paper No. 3, by Mr. Ernest Ingills.

"Occasional Paper Number 3 - Dept. of Rare Books and Special Collections - University of Calgary Library," by Kenneth M. Glazier, Chief Librarian (A list of Institute Activities 1977-78 - the first full year of operation.)

58.

Globe and Mail 22 Oct. 1977 - "Vincent Massey Urged Esteem," by Louis Applebaum.

York Gazette 23 Sept. 1977 - "Canadian Studies Focus of Advisory Committee."

 York Gazette 12 Apr. 1977, Number 28.

Open Invitation - Higher Education Colloquium Series at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.

Community College Reading Association (Ontario) - 4th Annual Workshop, 17-19 May  1977, Red Oak Inn, Peterborough.

The Women's Canadian Club of Toronto, 1977 Fall Season.

The University of Calgary News Release - Canadian Studies Program Introduced.

Globe and Mail 3 Sept. 1977 - The University of Calgary, Faculty of Law "Chair of Natural Resource Law."

New Peterborough Review 9 Sept. 1977 - "Are Universities Really Educating?"

Quill and Quire Sept. 1977 - "Fall Announcements"

Speaker's Bureau of the Association of Canadian Publishers - "Have You Heard About"

Books in Canada - Aug/Sept. 1977.

McClelland and Stewart Ltd., The Canadian Publishers - "Autumn Books 1977, the Symons Report."

Newsletter - Association for Institutional Research, Summer 1977, by Jeffery Holms - Summary of an Address by Dr. Tom McMillan, the Commission on Canadian Studies, to the Canadian Banquet, AIR Forum, 1977.

Newsletter - Association for Institutional Research, Summer 1977.

Peterborough Examiner 17 Sept. 1977 - "Symons to Speak."

University Affairs Sept. 1977 - "Points About Law Admission Tests Clarified," by D.A. Soberman, Queen's University.

The Regina Leader-Post 28 Aug. 1977 - "Canadian Universities Estranged from National Needs," by Michael Jackson.

University Affairs May 1977 - "Geographer Disagrees with Symons Report," by J. Lewis Robinson, Prof. of Geography, UBC.

University Affairs Sept. 1977 - "Federal Government to Support Labour Education."

Independencer Aug/Sept. 1977 - "Canadian Books in Canadian Schools," by the Nanaimo Chapter.

Toronto Star 9 Sept. 1977 - "U of T Urged to Demand French for Admission," by Harvey Schachter.

Toronto Star 10 Sept. 1977 - "French is a Vital Part of Our Heritage."

Globe and Mail 9 Sept. 1977 - "French Urged for Entrance to U of T," by Sylvia Stead.

Globe and Mail 12 Sept. 1977 - "An Opportunity to Lead."

Quill and Quire Aug. 1977 - "Co-op Research in Quebec Can Lit."

Quill and Quire Aug. 1977 - "Can Lit Abroad."

Quill and Quire Aug. 1977 - Picture.

York Gazette 30 Sept. 1977 - Colloquium Opens Thursday - "French and Canadian Academics to Compare Ideology."

The French Association of Canadian Studies and York University will present a colloquium 3-5 Oct. 1977 at York University.

Canadian Drama Spring 1977 - "Canadian Studies" University of Waterloo.

Musicanada Oct. 1977 - "Canadian Music: A Selected Checklist."

Musicanada Oct. 1977 - "Europe: A Presence for Canadian Music."

Globe and Mail 22 Oct. 1977 - "The Government Party," by Norman Ward.

Globe and Mail 13 Oct. 1977 - "Dalhousie U is Selected as Site for Marine Centre."

Peterborough Examiner 19 Oct. 1977 - "Argument Made for Lakehead Expansion."

The New York Times 23 Oct. 1977 - "Federal Arts Grants of $569,339 Going to Brooklyn Project," by David Bird.

The Guardian 16 Aug. 1977 - "Project Eyes Artists' Needs."

Final Report of the Centre for Settlement Studies, the University of Manitoba to Central Mortgage and Housing Corp., 1967-77.

Archives and Canadian Studies - Remarks to the Second Charlottetown Conference, by Marcel Caya, May 1977.

59.

Press release:  "Secretary of State Calls on Provincial Governments to Respond to Criticism of Canada's Educational System." Announcement to grants to ACS, ACCC, CSF, in response to Symons Report, 22 November 1978.

Secretary of State - Notes for an address by the Honourable John Roberts, Secretary of State of Canada to the Conference: "The Humanities in Society: Towards a New Coalition." 22 November 1978.

Correspondence from Dr. M. O. Morgan, President of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, re: the work of THBS in bringing the needs of Universities to the attention of the Secretary of State, and the advisory role of the Secretary of State, 1978.

60.

RE: Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies, Canada Council 22nd Report of the Development

61.

Letter to Peter Roberts, Assistant Under Secretary of State, Cultural Affairs, from THBS, 22 Dec. 1977.

Brief #804 - "Archivio Segreto Vaticans - Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies." From To Know Ourselves, Canadian Studies Abroad, "Italy and the Vatican."

62.

Letter to Prof. Man B.E. Clarkson, University of Toronto, from THBS 9 Jan. 1978.

Letter to Prof. Symons from Prof. Clarkson, 28 Nov. 1977 (with enclosures) RE: TKO and Business Management Studies.

63.

Letter to the Honourable John Roberts from THBS, 2 Jan. 1978.

Globe and Mail 23 Dec. 1977 - Federal Grant, "Hungarian Chair set up at U of T."

Secretary of State - Notes for a speech given by the Hon. John Roberts, Secretary of State, at the Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Teacher's Federation. 12 July 1977.

64.

For Immediate Release - "Canada Council Establishes Consultative Group on Canadian Archives." 20 Jan. 1978.

Letter to THBS from Ian E. Wilson, Archivist of Ontario, 18 Mar. 1992.

65.

"The Canadian National Opportunity: The Preservation of Identity in a Multi-National Setting." An address by THBS, Chairman of the Commission on Canadian Studies and Chairman of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, to the Canadian Confederation Forum McMaster University, Hamilton - 3 Feb. 1978.

66.

Folio - The University of Alberta Staff Bulletin - 26 Jan. 1978 - "Filling the Gap."

Open Invitation - Higher Education Colloquium Series at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 24 Jan. 1977.

Book and Periodical Development Council, Oct/Nov. 1977, Chairman's Report.

For Immediate Release - Communique McGill, 28 Sept. 1977 - "McGill Appoints New University Archivist."

Committee for an Independent Canada - The Seventh National Convention Consensus in Canada: The Challenge of the Twelfth

Decade, 14 - 16 Oct. 1977.

Toronto Star 19 Nov. 1977 - "Council Set to Advise Israeli College Group."

Trent Fortnightly 21 Dec. 1977 - "Postgraduate Fellowships at McGill."

York Gazette 9 Dec. 1977 - "Grants Awarded for Teaching and Learning Projects."

Letter to Pierre Elliot Trudeau from Thomas E. W. Nind, 29 Nov.   1977.

News Release Communique, 9 Jan. 1978 - "Rare Books Acquired by Canada" - Secretary of State.

Sunday Star 15 Jan. 1978 - "The Wrong Bureaucrat Gets the 'Right' Job," by Stephen Lewis.

Sunday Star 15 Jan. 1978 - "Human Rights Watchdog Quits."

67.

Secretary of State - Notes for an address by the Hon. John Roberts to the Banquet Celebrating the Inauguration of the Faculty of Humanities Calgary Convention Centre, 9 Feb. 1978.

68.

Music Market Canada Jan/Feb. 1978 - "Canada Council Speculates on Educational Involvement."

York Gazette 20 Jan. 1978 - "Shell Canada Ltd. Donates Funds to Library for Purchases of Canadian Studies Books."

York Gazette 3 Mar. 1978 - "Canadian Archives."

The Province, Vancouver, 6 Mar. 1978 - "Background Aerial View of Education."

Charlottetown Guardian 28 Feb. 1978 - "New President, Chaplaincy Centre for University," by Roseanne McCabe.

The Independencer Jan/Feb. 1978 - "Education Crisis," by Mary Miller.

Trent Fortnightly 9 Feb. 1978 - "Campus Briefs."

Trent Fortnightly 9 Feb. 1978 - "Study Canadian Archives."

69.

Letter to Dr. J.D.C. Thibault, Executive Director AUCC, from THBS, 23 Mar. 1978.

Letter to THBS from Marta Kurc, 17 Mar. 1978.

Sheila Kieran Itinerary for Symons Publicity Trip RE: Media attention and plans for TKO.

BOX 2

Folder

1.

Canada Council News Release 16 Mar. 1978 - "Canada Council Grants $2 Million to Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions."

Trent Alumnus, Vol 18, No 3, Summer 1987 - "A New Resource for Trent: The CIHM Collection."

Letter to Hon. David MacDonald, Secretary of State, from Ernest B. Ingles, Executive Director of CIHM, re: CIHM Program 13 Dec. 1979.

Correspondence between Marianne Scott, President, Canadian Association for Research Libraries, and THBS - 8 Jan. 1979.

Letter to the Honourable Francis Fox, Secretary of State, from Ernest B. Ingles, Executive Director of the CIHM, re: Institute’s origins traced to the Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies, 18 March, 1980.

Correspondence between THBS and the Hon. Robert Baetz, Minister of Culture and Recreation, Ontario, 6 Oct. 1981.

Letter to THBS from Guy Sylvestre, President and Executive Director, CIHM, 10 Jan. 1985.

CIHM, Annual Report, 1998-1999, Mandate and Background, page 6.

Correspondence with Dr. Paul Leduc, President, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, regarding plans to extend the work of the CIHM, November, 1992.

2.

THBS and the Calgary Institute for the Humanities.

Various documents and correspondence, 1977 - 1991.

3.

College Canada - Association of Canadian Community Colleges Apr. 1978 - "ACCC Endorses Symons Report on Canadian Studies." (includes articles in French as well)

College Canada Feb. 1977 - "Les Colleges Communautaires et le Rapport Symons."

College Canada Apr. 1978 - "L'ACCC Appuie le Rapport Symons."

Newsletter Mar. 1978 - "Canada Council Establishes Group on Canadian Archives."

Halifax Mail-Star 28 Jan. 1978 - "Canada Council Studies Archives."

ACP Notebook Mar. 1978 - "The Symons Report."

Globe and Mail 28 Mar. 1978 - "No Kinsey But Still Potent," by Norman Webster.           

Globe and Mail 29 Mar. 1978 - "Any Hope for the Lapdogs?" by Norman Webster.

About Books and Authors, McClelland & Stewart, 22 Mar. 1978 - "Symons Report Stimulates High Praise."

Winnipeg Free Press 29 Mar. 1978 - "Public Ignorance of Canada is Blamed on Universities," by Roslyn Nudell.

The Gateway, the University of Alberta, 28 Mar. 1978 - "The Symons Report Tells the Whole Sad Story," by Don McIntosh.

Arthur 5 Apr. 1978 - "Unity Conference: Good Questions But No Answers," by Phil Hurcomb.

Peterborough Examiner 3 Apr. 1978 - "PQ Panelist Criticizes Role of Federalism," by Kathy Kerr.

International Perspectives Jan/Feb. 1978 - "Academics Abroad."

4.

Association on Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) - "Implications of the Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies, with particular emphasis on the community college recommendations" Vol. 2, Chapter 7.

Letters of appreciation from ACCC to and re: The Commission, Aug/Sept 1976

5.

Bulletin, University of Manitoba 7 June 1978 - "Canadian Studies Co-ordinator Named."

Science Council of Canada - Agenda, Sixty-seventh Meeting of Council to be held 15-16 June 1978, Montreal.

University Affairs July 1978 - "Results Being Seen but 'No Room For Complacency," by Valerie Shore.

Archives Bulletin Apr. 1978 - "New Canadian Institute."

University Affairs July 1978 - "Ronald Sutherland, a Professor of ..."

University of Edinburgh Bulletin 20 June 1978 - "Great West Life Company of Canada Sponsors Annual Lecture and Scholarship at Canadian Studies Centre."

University Affairs July 1978 - "Canadian Centre in Italy to Aid Scholars."

University Affairs Apr. 1978 - "Canada Council Should Adopt High Profile Role."

Archives Bulletin of the Association of Canadian Archivists, April 1978, v. 3, n. 2 - "7. University Archives."

University Affairs July 1978 - "Art Treasures to be Saved."

Book and Periodical Development Council - Newsletter 6 Apr/May 1978   "Chairman's Report.'

The College Times Spring 1978 - "Focus Canada."

Edmonton Journal 31 May 1978, by June Sheppard.

6.

Correspondence with J. Kates, May 1978, re: Meeting with Science Council of Canada (June 1978) and the recommendations in TKO;

Points discussed with Dr. D. J. LeRoy, Science Council of Canada, 25 January, 1979.

7.

Books in Canada, A National Review of Books, May 1978 - The Browser, by Morris Wolfe.

The Vancouver Sun 31 Mar. 1978 - "Shaky Self Image," by Karen Krangle.

The Canada Studies Communication Network - Memorandum to Canada Studies Foundation Network Members from John S. Church, 21 Apr. 1978.

Leader Post 13 Mar. 1978 - "Educators Said Doing Poor Job Teaching About Canada," by James Roe.

Winnipeg Tribune 28 Mar. 1978 - "Controversial Symons Report Now Available in Paperback," by Marjorie Earl.

Secretary of State News Release Communique - 11 Apr. 1978 - "Ottawa Secretary of State John Roberts Today Announced New Government Proposals to Support the Canadian Film Industry."

Precepts Policy and Process: Perspectives on Contemporary Education "Canadian Studies: Something Old - Something New," by Paul Collins.

Introductory Handbook, Resource Guides for the teaching of Canadian Literature, The Writer's Development Trust.

Canadian Books in Canadian Schools: A Case Study, Report of the Work Group on Educational and Library Materials of the Toronto         Board of Education, October 1976 - "Canadian Studies and Canadian Schools."

Queen's Quarterly Winter 1976 - "A Commentary on the Symons Report," by Rosemary Sullivan.

Annual Report, The British Council 1976/77 - "The Recovery of a Canadian Tradition in Higher Education," by Claude T. Bissell, The Canadian Journal of Higher Education, v. VII, n. 2, 1977. 

8.

Letter to A. E. Gotlieb from THBS, 20 June 1978 Re: Proposal for External Affairs to establish an Advisory Committee for Academic Affairs.

9.

“National Film Archives: Five Years Later,” 2 May 1977, re: belated response to a cultural disaster, being the loss by fire of more than half the existing early nitrate film in Canada on 1 July 1967.

Documents related to National Film Archives.

10.

Claude Thibault, Executive Director of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, to Frank Milligan, Associate Director for University Affairs of the Canada Council, re: financing Volumes III and IV of the Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies, 1 June 1978.

Letter to Prof. J. B. Carswell, University of Calgary, from THBS, 31 July 1978.

Letter to THBS from Gerald Fisher, University of Calgary, and Ronald J. B. Carswell, 27 June 1978 Re:  TKO and publishing Volumes III and IV.

11.

Letter to Allan Gotlieb, External Affairs from THBS, 31 July 1978.

Letter to THBS from Allan Gotlieb, 4 July 1978. Re: Establishing an Advisory Committee on Academic Affairs.

12.

Toronto Star 2 Aug. 1978 - "Survey Finds Few Canadians Teach Cultural Arts," by Terrance Wills.

A.B.C.D. A Bulletin of Current Documentation, The Association of Commonwealth Universities, June 1978 - "The Symons Report."

Winnipeg Free Press 24 July 1978 - "More Canadian Studies Neville's Goal," by Debbie Lyon.

Science Council of Canada - Ordre du Jour de la Soixante-septieme reunion du Conseil qui se tierdra a Montreal, Les 15 et 16 juin 1978.

The Guardian 27 July 1978 - "McMillan Hits Lack of Knowledge."

The Evening Patriot 26 July 1978 - "McMillan Critical of Education."

Newsletter - Canadian Periodical Publishers Association, July/Aug 1978 - "Promotion Notes."

Quill and Quire July 1978 - "The Symons Report: An Abridged Edition of Volumes 1 and 2 of To Know Ourselves, The Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies."

Training 77 - The Public Service Commission of Canada, Aug. 1977 - "Canadian Studies in the Schools."

13.

Letter to S.J. Drache from THBS, 1 Sept. 1978.

Canadian Law Libraries Collections, 17 Aug. 1978 - Letter to Commission on Canadian Studies from S.J. Drache.

Extracts from the Drache Collection. RE: the state of Canadian Law Libraries

14.

Agenda - Conseil des sciences du Canada, Aout 1978 - "La Connaissance de soi."

The Canada Council - a discussion paper on the role of the Canada  Council in the arts after the first twenty years (1957-77) and over the next five."

College Canada Sept. 1978 - ACCC Makes Funding Request of $325 000 from Secretary of State.

Perception Julliet/Aout 1978 - "Canada: The 4% Nation," by Ronald Sutherland College Canada Sept. 1978 - "Project Reports"

15.

Department of External Affairs - Communique, 17 Oct. 1978 "Advisory Committee on Academic Relations."

16.

Agenda - The Science Council of Canada, Vol. 1, No. 1, Aug. 1978, To Know Ourselves.

Conseil des Arts du Canada, Ottawa, Nov. 1977.

York Gazette Vol. 9, No. 1, 15 Nov 1978 - "The Importance of Pulling Together," President Reports to Board on Outlook for University, by Ian Macdonald.

Trent Fortnightly 9 Aug. 1978 - "Campus Briefs."

Toronto Star 11 Sept. 1978 - "Universities Urged to Teach Students Canadian System."

Quill and Quire July 1978 - "The Symons Report."

17.

Science Council of Canada - Paper No. 2 "Report of the Director of Research and Administration," by  R. D. Voyer, 6 Nov. 1978.

18.

Letter to Hugh Davidson, Cultural Attache for the Canadian High Commission (London) from THBS, 7 Nov. 1978.

Canada Council News Release - "Canada Council Staff Changes: Claude Des Lands (Theatre) and Hugh Davidson (Music)." 2 Nov. 1978.

19.

The Citizen 25 Oct. 1978 - "Scientists Blamed for Little Home Exposure," by Donna Balkan.

The Science Council of Canada, Agenda - "A Conversation About Canadian Content in Science Education," with Prof Symons.

The Bulletin of the Canadian Book Information Centre, Oct. 1978, The University of Alberta Press.

York Gazette 20 Oct. 1978 - "York Research Team Investigates Canadian Ports"; Light in Dark Corners - A Colloquium on Neglected Aspects of Canadian Studies in Honour of C. Fred MacRae, 3-4 Nov. 1978, University of Waterloo;

Archives Bulletin - The Association of Canadian Archivists, June 1978 - "Outgoing Executive Meets"; College Canada Sept. 1978 - "Project Reports," by Stephen Freed.

Letter to Dr. Ann Moyal, 7 Nov. 1978, from THBS and Letter to THBS from Ann Moyal, 19 Sept. 1978 RE: Australian Studies.

20.

Letter to Prof. J. M. Bumsted from THBS, 21 Nov. 1978.

Letter to THBS from Prof. Bumsted, 7 Nov. 1978. Re: Invitation to Simon Fraser University.

21.

York Gazette 15 Dec. 1978 - The University - "Board Briefs," 11 Dec. 1978.

York University 22 Dec. 1978 - For Discussion Purposes, Preliminary Draft Report of the President's Advisory Committee on Canadian Studies, A Proposal for a Centre for Canadian Studies.

22.

The Citizen, Ottawa, 23 Nov. 1978 - "$1.5 Million in Federal Grants, Low Marks for Education System," by Rick Laiken.

Globe and Mail 23 Nov. 1978 - "Education System Doesn't Stress Federal Concerns, Roberts Says," by Jeffrey Simpson.

Archives Bulletin - The Association of Canadian Archivists - "Symons Report" Oct. 1978.

The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 Oct. 1978 - "Notes from ... Canada," by Lynda Woodcock.

National Film Board of Canada - "Seeing Ourselves."

Higher Education Exchange, Autumn 1978 - The British Association for Canadian Studies, Cedric May, Secretary-Treasurer, BACS.

University of Waterloo Gazette 13 Sept. 1978 - "Prof Wants Canadian Studies Institute to Promote Student-Faculty Exchanges."

Saturday Night Dec. 1958 [sic] - really 1978, "Pieces of Our Past" by Barbara Moon.        

23.

RE: Grants to continue the Association of Canadian Studies.

Letter to The Hon. John Roberts from  James Page, 19 Dec. 1978.

Letter to James Page from John Roberts, 14 Dec. 1978.

Annex, The Canadian Studies Project of the Association of Canadian Studies (ACS)

Terms and Conditions for a Grant to the Association of Canadian Studies for Fiscal Years, 1978-79, 1979-80 and 1980-81.

24.

Letter to Prof John Main from THBS, 16 Jan. 1979.

Letter to THBS from John Main, 11 Jan. 1979.

RE: Invitation to participate at the Conference in Teaching              Canada for the 80's, held at OISE, Mar. 1979.

25.

Letter to Prof. W.T. Perks from THBS, 8 Jan. 1979.

Letter to THBS from W.T. Perks, 21 Dec. 1979.RE: Proposal to establish an endowed chair in Canadian

Architecture at the University of Calgary.

26.

University Affairs Jan. 1979 - "Canadians are 'Illiterate' About Their Scientific Heritage," by Valerie Shore.

University Affairs Jan. 1979 - "Part of Canadian History Being Sold at Public Auction."

The Citizen, Ottawa 10 Nov. 1978- "Save Our Heritage, Undo Error, Government Asked," by Marshall Perrin.

University Affairs Jan. 1979 - "Roberts Urged Provinces to Come to Grips with Crisis in Education, Announces Grants for Canadian Studies."

Archives Bulletin Dec. 1978 - "Symons Report."

Canadian Academic News - Canada House Lecture Series, Number 1, "The Governing of a Federal Society: The Canadian Case," Alan C. Cairns, MA, DPhil.

Canadian Academic News - Canada House Lecture Series, Number 3, "Mergers and Acquisitions: Motives and Effects," by Donald N.  Thompson.

Science Forum Sept/Oct. 1978 - Suzuki - "Why Aren't Canadians Proud of Their Best Scientists?"

University Affairs Jan. 1979.

University Affairs Jan. 1979 - "PhD in Nursing Rates Top Priority."

La Presse, Montreal 11 Jan. 1979 - Arts et Spectacles, "Premiere dans l'histoire des Manuels de Science au Quebec."

27.

Letter to James Page from THBS, 8 Feb. 1979. Re: Invitation to attend the 2nd Annual Colloquium on Canadian Studies, Sponsored by the ACS, Apr. 1979.

28.

Letter to Professor Stanley E. McMullin, President of the Association for Canadian Studies, from R. R. Heintzman, Editor (Journal of Canadian Studies), December 1976.

The Association for Canadian Studies - "Statement of ACS History, Programme Plans and Priorities," by James Page, 1979.

"Colloquium on Canadian Studies." - Jan. 1979, Agenda and Delegate List.

29.

The University of Calgary News Release - First Visiting Professor in Canadian Studies Named. The University of Calgary Student's Union, Visiting Professorship in Canadian Studies, 24 Jan. 1977.

The Gazette 17 May 1978 - "Visiting Professor to Participate in Colloquium Canada."

The University of Calgary, Memo to University Community from P. J. Krueger, 8 Oct. 1978.

The London Free Press 16 Dec. 1978 - "Joe Who? UWO Survey Reveals Widespread Ignorance of Canadian Topics," by Dave Dauphinee.

The London Free Press 16 Dec. 1978 - "How Would You Do?"

The University of Western Ontario, 5 Jan. 1979 - "Students Bomb Canada Quiz," by Hank Daniszewski.

The University of Western Ontario, Gazette, 5 Jan. 1979 - "Could You Do Better?"

The Gazette The University of Western Ontario 12 Jan. 1979 - "Only One Taker for Canadian Course," by Karen Lewis.

30.

The University of Manitoba, Spring and Summer Session Calendar 1979, "Canadian Studies Focus."

Archives Bulletin February 1979, April 1979 - "Symons Report."

Contact - The Canada Studies Foundation, Jan. 1979 - "Secretary of State Calls on Provincial Governments to Respond to Criticism of Canada's Educational System."

Teaching Canada for the 80's - 1-3 Mar. 1979 - Program for Conference.

31.

Letter to James Page from THBS, 13 Mar. 1979.

Letter to THBS from James Page, 2 Feb. 1979.

Letter to A.B. Hodgetts from THBS, 13 Mar. 1979.

Letter to THBS from A.B. Hodgetts, 1 Feb. 1979.

Re: Invitation to serve as a member of the Advisory Council of the ACS - Association for Canadian Studies.

32.

Letter to Prof. Armour from THBS, 4 Apr. 1979.

Letter to THBS, 26 Mar. 1979.

La Philosophie au Canada/Philosophy in Canada, University of Ottawa, 9-10 Mar. 1979.

RE: Invitation to speak at the Canadian Philosophy Conference, Ottawa, 1979.

33.

College Canada: Association of Canadian Community Colleges, Jan. 1979, "ACCC National News, ACCC Receives Secretary of State Grant"

Notes from ACCC - 20 April, 1979 - Number 56 - "Alberta Operating Grants" Contact, The Canada Studies Foundation, Jan. 1979.

University Affairs, Dec. 1978.

Peterborough Examiner 12 Mar. 1979 - "Irish Profs Trying to Start First Canadiana Courses."

34.

University Affairs May 1979 - "SSHRC to Study and Graduate Education in Business and Management as they Reflect Canadian  Concerns."

Programa - 5-9 Marzo 1979 - "Instituto Panamericano de Geografia E Historia Seminario."

College Canada: "Subsention du ecretariat d'Etat Acordee."

Agenda, Seventieth Meeting of Council to be held April 19 and 20, 1979, Science Council of Canada.

CM p. 184 VI/4 "The Symons Report: An Abridged Version Volumes 1 and 2.

35.

Letter to M. Jean Benoist, Department of Anthropology, Univeriste de Montreal from Professor Symons - 22 May 1979.

36.

Letter to Dr. Bourns from THBS, 22 May 1979.

McMaster University - combined Honours Canadian Studies, Programme approved by the University Senate, Mar. 1979, to commence in Sept. 1979.

37.

"Research Collections in Canadian Libraries:  Fine Arts Library Resources in Canada, Volume 1." National Library of Canada, Nov. 1979.

38.

Letter to W. I. M. Turner from THBS, 25 June 1979.

"The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Establishes Consultative Group on Research and Graduate Education in Business, Management and Administrative Studies."  (In response to TKO) 27 March 1979.

Secretary of State, 20 April 1979 - "$330,277 Earmarked for National Survey of Archival Material by Students During the Summer."

39.

Letter to Prof. Luca Codignola from THBS, 25 May 1979.

Letter to Prof. Alfredo Rizzardi from THBS, 25 May 1979.

Associazione Italiana Di Studi Canadesi, Italian Association for Canadian Studies, 20 April 1979.

Social Sciences 1979, Canada Books:  Books for Canadian Education, A Project of the Association of Canadian Publishers.

40.

"To Know Ourselves: Canadian Studies at Wilfred Laurier University" June 1979.

The University of Manitoba - Canadian Studies Focus, 1979 Summer Session.

41.

Letter to Prof. Bruce Williams from THBS, 29 June 1979.

Acumen, An Occasional Newsletter for Executive Heads of ACU Member Universities, May 1979 - "The Williams Report," The Report of the Committee of Inquiry into Education and Training in Australia.

42.

Notes from AUCC - 1 June 1979 - "Students Hired to Start National Survey of Archival Material"

Journal of Canadian Studies - Spring 1979 - "Canadian Studies Notes and News."

The Weekly Educational Review - 14 June 1979 - "Canada in New Link with Leeds."

College Canada - Project Reports, June 1979 - "Canadian Studies," by Roger Elmes.

Canada Council News Release - 25 June 1979 - "New Canada-Wales Writers Exchange."

43.

Trent University News - 1979 - "Thomas H.B. Symons Named Vanier Professor by Trent University."

44.

Letter to Pierre Juneau from THBS, 7 Aug. 1979.

"Canadian Broadcasting History Resources in English - Critical Mass or Mess?" by John E. Twomey, Project Director, Canadian      Broadcasting History Research Project, Mar. 1978.

45.

Agenda: Science Council of Canada, Spring 1979 - "Science Education in Canada."

Notes from AUCC - Number 61, 27 July 1979 - "Canadian Accreditation of Medical Schools."

Archivaria - Summer 1979 - "University Archives: An Academic Question"

The Globe and Mail - 12 June 1979 - "Top UK Students Lack Knowledge on Canada," by Ross Henderson.

News Items - Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals - 26 June 1979 - "University of Oxford."

46.

Letter to Stephen A. Otto, Ontario Ministry of Culture and Recreation - Heritage Conservation Division, from THBS - 22 Aug. 1979.

Letter to THBS from Prof. Otto - 13 Mar. 1979.

News Release, Office of the Premier - "Premier Davis to Accept Gift of Architectural Drawings for Archives."

47.

Members of the International Relations Committee Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1978 - 1979 - 1980

48.

Letter to Prof. Alexander Gregor, Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba, from THBS - 15 Aug. 1979

RE:  Plans for a proposed semi-annual series: Monographs in Education.

49.

MAST:  Official Publication of the Manitoba Association of School Trustees - "The Tools of the Trade for Knowing Ourselves - The Western Canada Pictorial Index." Mar. 1979

Inside Info, University of Winnipeg - "Focus: Western Canada Pictorial Index." 11 Dec. 1978.

Western Canadian Pictorial Index Association for Canadian Studies, "Canadian Biography Awards."

50.

Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions (CIHM) - "Progress Report Presented to Council Members." Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1979; Auditor's Report for 1979, prepared by Touche Ross & Co.

Letter to THBS from Guy Sylvestre, President and Executive Director CIHM RE: Thanks to THBS for help during  CIHM's first 6 years. June 1985.

51.

The Canadian Business Review - Aug. 1979

"Did Controls Work"

"Challenge from Quebec"

"The Alien MBA"

"Three Views on Productivity"

"Regular Survey of Forecasters"

52.

Canadian Philosophical Review  - Mar. 1979 - "Dialogue"

53.

Letter to Mrs. N. Clark, Ontario Arts Council, from Dr. M.H.M. MacKinnon, 8 May 1979.

University of Guelph - "Final Report - To Know Ourselves" - 7 May 1979.

1. "University of Guelph - Department of Music Projects."

2. "University of Guelph - Final Report: Theatre Projects."

3. "Stephen Dryden: Topographical Sculpture."

Canada Council News Release: Publication of a Comprehensive Study of Theatre Training in Canada, 8 June 1978.

54.

Quill and Quire - Oct. 1979 - "Symons Says" and "Symons after Symons" by Karen Loder. (and complete copies of October 1979 issue)

55.

Letter to Prof. William Shea from THBS - 7 Nov. 1979

Letter to THBS from William Shea - 15 Oct. 1979.

Letter to Mrs. Mary O'Brien from William Shea - 6 Oct. 1979.

RE:  Publication of the Canadian Philosophical Series.

56.

Letter to Mrs. T. N. Roman from THBS - 7 Nov. 1979.

"To Know Ourselves - Pan Canadian Studies"

Letter to THBS from Mrs. Roman - 30 Oct. 1979.

Positive Action, Initiatives Outside Quebec

"Proposal to Promote an Interprovincial Exchange for Undergraduate Students in Canadian Universities." - 1979

57.

Letter to the Hon. Steve Paproski, Minister of State for Multi-Culturalism, from THBS - 30 Nov. 1979.

RE: Chairmanship of the Canadian Consultative Council on Multiculturalism.

58.

Letter to Nobuya Bamba from THBS - 2- Nov. 1979

RE: Japanese Association for Canadian Studies.

59.

Letter to J. M. Harrington from THBS - 10 Dec. 1979.

Letter to THBS from J. M. Harrington - 28 Dec. 1979.

RE: Advisory Committee on Academic Relations

60.

A Canadian Context for Science Education; the announcement of this discussion paper.

ALSO INCLUDES: 

Letter to Mr. Page from John Boundry, National Film Board of Canada - 31 Jan. 1980;

Letter to Dr. Robert Anderson from THBS - 26 Dec. 1979;

Letter to H.D. Gutteridge from THBS - 7 Jan. 1980; Letter to Brian Gordon from THBS - 7 Jan. 1980;

Science Council Distribution of a "A Canadian Context for Science Education."

Canadian Studies Bulletin - Feb. 1980 - "Canada and Science: Woeful Neglect."

Canada Studies Foundation - Memo to Members of the Board from R. M. Anderson- 6 Feb. 1980 - "A Discussion Papers Concerning Science Education."

Letter to THBS from Robert Anderson - 11 Jan. 1980.

Letter to THBS from John Schaffter - 28 Jan. 1980

Letter to THBS from Thomas Hockin - 23 Jan. 1980

Letter to THBS from R. A. Bradley - 21 Jan. 1980

Letter to THBS from M.B. Wansbrough - 3 Apr. 1980

Letter to Jim Page from G. T. Rayner - 8 Jan. 1980

Le Devoir 5 Jan. 1980 - "Pourquoi les etudiants fuient-ils les sciences?"

OSTC Education Reports - 3-9 Feb. 1980 - "Personal Views" Blamed for Strikes.

Letter to Dr. Claude Fortier from Andrew Wilson - 14 Jan 1980.

Letter to Jim Page from Jill Stainforth - 7 Jan. 1980.

Letter to THBS from Hazel Perkin - 15 Feb. 1980.

Letter to THBS from Angus Scott - 22 Feb. 1980.

College Canada - Feb. 1980 - "Contexte canadien"

College Canada - Feb. 1980 - "Canadian Context"

York Gazette 25 Jan. 1980.

Letter to Jim Page from John Nicholson - 14 Mar. 1980.

"Comments on a Canadian Context for Science Education," a discussion paper prepared by James Page for the Sciences Council of Canada, 20 Mar. 1980 - prepared by W.E.P. Fleck.

Letter to THBS from John Messenger - 9 Apr. 1980.

Letter to John Messenger from THBS - 25 Apr. 1980.

Contact - Feb. 1980 - "Science and Canadian Studies," by Jim Page.

Curriculum, Newsletter of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies - 31 Mar. 1980 - "Final Announcements Regarding the CACS/CSSE Annual Conference."

"Science Education and Canadian Studies: Three Views from a 1980 Perspective" by Graham W. F. Orpwood, Science Council of Canada.

CFS Announcement: "Teaching Canadian Studies- evaluation of print materials."

"Walter L. Gordon Lectures - 1980."

Bulletin of the Science Education Study, no. 2, September 1980, theme of “Science Education in a Canadian Context.”

“A Collective reaction to the discussion paper entitled ‘A Canadian Context for Science education,’” a summary of the proceedings of a symposium held at the University of Alberta on 12 March 1980, prepared by Marshall A. Nay.

61.

Letter to the Hon. David Macdonald from THBS.

Association Newsletter:  The Association for Canadian Studies, Dec. 1979 - "Needed: A National Canadian Studies Policy," by Richard Wilbur.

62.

Letter to Dr. John Wolforth from THBS - 2 Nov. 1978.

Letter to THBS from Dr. Wolforth - Oct. 1978.

Application form re: United Kingdom and Canadian Studies.

63.

Letter to Hon. Francis Fox from Lionel E. Ditz and Dr. J. Clarke - 20 Mar 1980.

Report "Two Years of the Index," Western Canada Pictorial - Dec. 1979.

Letter to Eric Wells from THBS - 27 Aug 1979.

Letter to Eric Wells from William Norrie - 4 Dec 1979.

Education Manitoba - Manitoba Dept. of Education Magazine

Re:  Western Canada Pictorial Index, Nov. 1979.

64.

Letter to THBS from J.T. Stevenson, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Toronto - 12 Dec 1979.

Letter to Prof. John T. Stevenson from THBS - 4 Dec 1979.

65.

Some Reflections on "National Philosophy" - A paper presented to the Canadian Philosophical Association, Fredericton 1977, by Prof. J. T. Stevenson, the Dept. of Philosophy, University of Toronto.

66.

Letter to Sir Hugh Springer from THBS - 8 Jan 1980.

Re: Invitation to speak at the University of Burdwan, India.

67.

Letter to Roger Elmes from THBS - 20 Feb 1980.

Letter to THBS from Roger Elmes - 24 Jan 1980.

Association of Community Colleges "Year Plan - 1980."

Association of Canadian Community Colleges - "Canadian Studies, Learning Materials Grants."

Association of Canadian Community Colleges - "Information on Exchanges."

68.

Letter to Louis Applebaum, from THBS - 27 Feb 1980.

Re: Prime issues for the Advisory Committee on Cultural Pluralism.

69.

Letter to Dr. Maurice Chagnon from THBS - 3 Mar 1980. -invitation to participate in University of Ottawa Panel: "Challenge of Change."

Letter to THBS from Dr. Chagnon - 28 Feb 1980.

70.

Letter to Prof. J. M. Treadwell, from THBS - 3 Mar 1980. -invitations from Friends of the Bata Library.

Letter to THBS from Prof. Treadwell - 28 Feb 1980.

71.

Letter to Mrs. Jane Dobell from THBS - 3 Mar 1980.

Letter to THBS from Mrs. Dobell - 25 Feb 1980.

Canadian Teaching Materials, a discussion paper prepared by the staff of CSTA for the Board of Directors of CSTA - 9 Feb 1980.

72.

Letter to Prof. Trevor Lloyd from THBS - 21 Feb 1980, invitation to speak to Annual Meeting of the Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies.

Communique - 10 Jan 1980, ACUNS Annual Meeting, Trent University, Peterborough.

Trent and the 1980 ACUNS, Meetings: Revised Plans - 6 Feb 1980.

Background summary of ACUNS Working Committees, 1977-1980, April 1980.

73.

Correspondence between Dr. S. F. Wise and Dr. H. I. Macdonald re: the creation of the Council of Canadian Studies Programme Administrators, in affiliation with the Association for Canadian Studies, 12 October 1979;

Letter to Prof. S. F. Wise from THBS - 6 March 1980, invitation to speak to the Council of Canadian Studies Programme Administrators.

Letter to THBS from S. F. Wise - 5 February 1980.

74.

Communique - For release 6 Nov 1979 - "New $25 000 Fellowship Established for Constitutional Studies of Crown and Governor General."

Remarks at the Presentation of the first Jules and Gabrielle Leger    Fellowship by THBS - Ottawa, 6 Nov 1979.

Remarks of the Hon. David MacDonald at the Presentation of the Leger Fellowship - Ottawa, 6 Nov 1979.

75.

Letter to Prof. Morris Zaslow from THBS - 21 Mar 1980. Re: Invitation and acceptance to present a paper on 100 years of Canada's Arctic Islands.

Letter to THBS from Prof. Zaslow - 13 Jan 1980

76.

Notes for an address by the Hon. John Roberts to the Canadian Club at the Windsor Hotel, Montreal - 12 Feb 1979.

77.

About Books & Authors, news release from McLelland & Stewart regarding the Symons Report, 22 March 1978;

Letter to Randall Ware from THBS  - 7 Apr 1980, re: the National Book Festival to make extensive use of the McLelland & Stewart abridged version of the Symons Report;  Letter to THBS from Randall Ware - 14 Mar 1980.

News Release - National Book Festival, Ottawa - 24 Mar 1980.

78.

Letter to Dr. Stanley J. Shaprio from THBS - 24 Mar 1980. Re: Macro marketing: A Canadian Perspective.

79.

Letter to A. R. Desai from THBS - 10 Apr 1980, Re: Fostering Canadian Studies in India;   “Across the world in search of Canada,” by Sandra Martin, Globe and Mail, 12 March 2002, re: Canadian Studies in India, Canadian Studies abroad.

80.

Letter to M. Rene Chantal from THBS - 25 Feb 1980.

Letter to THBS from M. Rene Chantal - 14 Jan 1980.

Re: Canadian Studies in France

81.

Association of Canadian Map Libraries, No. 21 - May 1976.

82.

Letter to Prof. Alexander Gregor, Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba from THBS - 21 Apr 1980.

Letter to THBS from Pro. Gregor - 6 Mar 1980.

Re: Educational Doctoral Programme at the University of Manitoba.

83.

RE: A Canadian Context for Science Education

Notes from AUCC, No. 70 - 21 Dec 1979, "Science Council Paper Explores Canadian Content in Science Education."

York Gazette, Vol. 10, No. 16 - 25 Jan 1980.

College Canada - Feb 1980, "Canadian Context."

Canadian Studies Bulletin (Des Etudes Canadiennes) "Canada and Science: Woeful Neglect."

Contact - Feb 1980, "Science and Canadian Studies," by James Page.

Le Devoir - 5 Jan 1980, "Pourquoi les etudiantes fuient-ils les sciences?"

84.

RE: Establishment of the Committee on Science and Education by the

Science Council an invitation for THBS to serve on this committee.

Correspondence between THBS and Dr. Claude Fortier - Mar/Apr 1980.

Science and Education Committee, First meeting - 30 Apr 1980.

Bulletin No. 1 - of the Science Education Study - June 1980.

85.

The Future of the National Library of Canada.  Report published in Ottawa, 1979, with specific reference to the Symons Report, To Know Ourselves, pages 18, 87;

National Library Highlights April 1 - September 30, 1983.

86.

Correspondence between THBS and Prof. Arthur Kroker - Apr 1980. Re: Outlining plans and developments for a Canadian Studies Programme at the University of Winnipeg.

87.

Fifth Canada / United Kingdom Cultural Talks - Agreed Summary Record, Ottawa - 11-12 Sept 1979.

88.

Letter to Sir Hugh Springer from THBS - 19 May 1980.

Address to the Encaenia of the University of New Brunswick, by Sir Hugh Springer - May 1980.

89.

Letter to THBS from Sir John Llewellyn - 24 Oct 1979.

Letter to Sir Hugh Springer from J. M. Mitchell - 18 Oct 1979.

Re: Commonwealth University Interchange Scheme.

90.

RE: Leeds Colloquium - Oct 1979.

1.  Agenda and list of participants.

2.  Paper presented by THBS on Cultural Diplomacy at Leeds Conference.

3.  Correspondence and related correspondence with Lord Carrington, Norman Webster - editor of the Globe and Mail; Peter Scott - editor of Times Higher Education Supplement; Prof. M. Careless; John Hobday - National Director of the Cdn Conf. of the Arts; Hon. David King - Minister of Education, Alberta.

4.  Letter to THBS from Under-Secretary, External Affairs - Mar    1981.

5.  Correspondence to Alex Inglis (Ed. International Perspectives) and to Mrs. Jean Casselman Wadds (High Commissioner for Canada).

91.

Report by the Consultative Group on Research and Graduate Education in Business, Management and Administrative Studies, "University Management Education and Research:  A Developing Crisis," to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, May 1980.

92.

Letter to Roslyn Grey from THBS - 26 May 1980.

Letter to THBS from Roslyn Grey - 21 May 1980.

Letter to Mrs. Jane Dobell from Roslyn Grey - 4 Feb 1980

Re: The Scientific Tradition in Canada.

93.

Correspondence between Prof. Beth Stidsen and THBS - May 1980/The Canadian Marketer

94.

Letter to THBS from Patricia Roman - 1 June 1980, with enclosures  Re: University Exchange Programme.

95.

Letter to Dr. H. Ian MacDonald from Mrs. S. Stieda-Lavasseur 11 June 1980, Re: The Howard V. Phalin World Book Graduate Scholarship in Library Science Awarded to Sieglinde Stieda Levasseur.

96.

The Symons Report and Canadian Archives - Occasional Paper No. 1, The Association of Canadian Archivists, 1978.

“Canadian Archives: Reports and Responses: The Symons Report, 1975. Archivaria, n. 11, Winter 1980-81.

97.

Report for the Secretary of State, Les Archives Canadiennes, by P.F. Sylvestre - 5 Juin 1980.

98.

Letter from Tom McMillan, Dear Reader, Re: The Symons Report.

99.

Letter to Dr. H. E. Duckworth from THBS - 26 Aug 1976.

University Affairs, Vol 17, No 6, July 1976, "For If Canadian Academics are Inferior..." by J. A. S. Evans

Remarks of H. E. Duckworth to the Annual Meeting of the Canadian College of Teachers, Winnipeg, on the Subject of the Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies - 8 July 1976.

100.

Mount Allison Degree Items.  Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, granted to THBS at Fall Convocation - 19 Oct 1979.

101.

Ontario Arts Council, Conference Notice and Booklet about Archives and the Arts, 1980.

Aikens, Jim. For the Record: A Guide to Archive Management. Toronto: Ontario Arts Council, 1980. (Makes reference to To Know Ourselves.)

Ontario Arts Council News Release re: Archives and the Arts Conference, 23-24 May, 1980.

102.

Report of the Archives and the Arts Conference, Ontario Arts Council, May 1980.

103.

Canadian Studies Bulletin des etudes canadiennes, Association of Canadian Community Colleges - Jun 1980,

"Federal Support of Canadian Studies, Francis Fox, The Secretary of State of Canada."

Canadian Studies Bulletin des etudes canadiennes, Association of Canadian Community Colleges - Jun 1980, "Project Report."

Brief to Francis Fox from the AUCC, RE: Canadian Studies.

104.

1. SSHRC Press release Re: Report of the Consultative Group on Canadian Archives.  "First Profile Report on Canadian Archives Describes Crisis Situation - Prescribes Solutions."

2. Canadian Archives - report to the SSHRC.

3. Canada Council News Release - 20 Jan 1978. "Canada Council Establishes Consultative Group on Canadian Archives."

4. Correspondence to THBS from Ian Wilson, Archivist of Ontario 18 Mar 1992.

105.

Correspondence between THBS and Professor John H. Redekop - July 1980.

RE: Invitation to participate in Wilfred Laurier University's Interdisciplinary Research Seminar on Unity and Diversity: Prospects for Canada in the 1980's.

106.

AUCC's report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Symons Report, "Canadian Universities and Canadian Studies," - 31 March 1980;

“Symons Revisited: Changes in the Canadian-Related Content of University Courses in various Disciplines since 1975,” A Report of the survey conducted by the AUCC Committee on the Symons Report in the Spring of 1981.

107.

Letter to Dr. R. E. Bell from THBS - 10 Sept 1980.

Letter to THBS from Dr. Bell - 27 Aug 1980.

Re: Request to serve on Project Committee for Atlas of the Canadian North.

108.

Letter to Dr. John Woods from THBS - 19 Sept 1980.

Re:  Reply to invitation to participate on a Senate "retreat" University of Lethbridge.

109.

Letter to M. Pierre Juneau, Under Secretary of State from THBS - 4 Aug 1980.

Letter to THBS from M.  Juneau - 31 July 1980. Re: Request to participate in a review of Federal Support Programmes for education.

110.

Correspondence with Sir Fraser Noble, Vice Chancellor of Aberdeen University

Re: Proposal for a Scottish-Canadian Studies Conference.

111.

Correspondence between THBS and Prof. Helleiner, Trent University, Sept 1980.

Re:  Invitation to lecture/participate in a Trent course on the Geography of Canada.

112.

1. Invitation to Secretary of State Symposium on Canadian Studies - Aug 1980.

2. Agenda of conference.

3. Letter of thanks for participation in Symposium.

113.

1. Archives in Canada Vol. IV, No. 1 - Spring 1980.

2. Press release from the Association of Canadian Community Colleges announcing the publication of Archives in Canada.

3. Letter to THBS from Ian Wilson, Archivist of Ontario - 18 Mar 1980.

114.

1. Announcement of SSHRC Consultative Group on Legal Research and Education in Law - 9 Oct 1980.

2. Correspondence from THBS to Rt. Hon. Bora Lasken, Chief Justice of Canada - 22 Sept 1980.

3. Correspondence from THBS to Prof. John Cartney, Department of Political Science, University of Saskatchewan - 22 Sept 1980.

4. Correspondence between THBS and Prof. R. Murray Fraser, Faculty of Law, University of Victoria - Oct 1980.

115.

Various correspondence - Dec 1980 - March 1982.

Re: Canadian Studies in Australia and possible formation of an Australian Association for Canadian Studies.

Record - La Trobe University - Aug/Sept 1980.

"New Course in Canadian History."

Correspondence with Kenneth W. Wiltshire, Peter Crabb, Laurie Hergenhan, Brian G. Wilson and Richard Seaborn, regarding visit to University of Queensland and the Australian Association for Canadian Studies.

116.

Correspondence and questionnaire from the Department of External Affairs Re:  Representation in the United States - Oct 1980.

117.

1. Correspondence and announcement Re: Establishment of the Osgoode Society - 25 Nov 1980.

2. Archivaria, Summer 1984. "The Osgoode Society:  A Progress Report," by Peter N. Oliver. 

118.

Letter to Dr. H. E. Gunning from THBS - 16 Dec 1980.

Letter to THBS from Dr. Gunning - 2 Dec 1980

119.

Royal Society Arctic Islands Centenary Symposium - Aug 1980.

1. Announcement of symposium

2. Programme

3. Various announcements/ Communique Re: the Symposium.

4. Text of an address by the Hon. Yves Pinard, President of the Privy Council and Government House Leader.

5. Royal Society of Canada - "Some Notes on Contributors ..."

6. "A Proclamation" - Greeting from Queen Elizabeth II.

7. The Royal Society of Canada - 1882-1975.

120.

Visit to the University of Lethbridge - Sept 1980.

1. Medium - Oct 1980, "Symons Praises U. of L. Role."

2. Notes for remarks to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge - 27 Sept 1980.

3. Correspondence to Dr. John Woods and M. Pierre Bourgeau - 17 Dec 1980 Re: Endowment at the University to be established.

121.

Proposal to establish a fourth Canadian Veterinary College (and Marine Centre), to be located in the Atlantic Region, 1983.

Discussion paper on Atlantic Region Veterinary College, Apr 1980.

TKO - relevant sections.

Correspondence to THBS from Peter Meincke, President of University of Prince Edward Island - 6 June 1980.

122.

Ontario Arts Council Proposal for a research study of Ontario Library holdings in the Fine Arts in Canada. 20 Oct 1980.

123.

Letter Re:  Request to use ACUNS paper on "Some Thoughts ..." in US for Education Resources Information Centre.  27 Jan 1981.

124.

Invitation to visit the city and University of Winnipeg - Feb 1981.

Correspondence and papers:

Re: Talks to faculty and students of the University of Winnipeg, The Winnipeg Canadian History Club, the C.B.C., and the Manitoba Historical Society re: "Interdisciplinarity and Canadian Studies."

Correspondence with Dr. Arthur Kroker, Coordinator of Canadian Studies, University of Winnipeg, January 1981;

Announcement in The Uniter, 25 February 1981, v. xxxiv, n. 20

Box 3

Folder

1.

Correspondence between THBS and Prof. Glen Aikenhead, Science Education, University of Saskatchewan - Jan/Feb 1981.

Re: Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE)

2.

Saturday Night - Feb 1981.  Article re:  Applebaum Committee and External Cultural Relations.

3.

ARMA Quarterly - Oct 1980.  Article re:  Records Management at the University of Alberta and Athabaska University.

4.

Full text of Prof. Glen Aikenhead's review article on the Page Report, "A Canadian Context for Science Education," April 1980 circulated 11 Feb 1981.

CSSE News Vol. VII, No. 6, Oct 1980 - "Page on Science Education," by Glen Aikenhead.

5.

“The Symons Report:  An Eye Opener,” Remarks of Jim Page to Toronto Area Archivists Group.  ACA Bulletin - October 1980; Archives and the Association of Canadian Archivists, 1979-1980; Notes for remarks to the Second Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Archivists, Fredericton, 6 June 1977.

6.

Letter to Dr. L. T. Hergenhan from THBS - 19 Jan 1981.

7.

Federal Cultural Policy Review Committee,  Invitation for Briefs, 15 Jan 1981; Discussion Guide, Speaking of Our Culture; THBS’ working copy of Speaking of our Culture, with personal notes.

Speaking of our Culture: Federal Cultural Policy Review Committee: Discussion Guide, Federal Cultural Policy Review Committee, Ottawa, 1981.

Report of the Federal Cultural Policy Review Committee, with Louis Applebaum, Jacques Hebert et al, Department of Communications, Government of Canada, Ottawa, 1982.

Summary of Briefs and Hearings, Federal Cultural Policy Review Committee, Department of Communications, Ottawa, 1982.

Correspondence re: Thanks for copies of Speaking of Our Culture.

8.

"The Arctic and Canadian Culture." A paper presented to the symposium "A Century of Canada's Arctic Islands, 1880-1980," convened by the Royal Society of Canada to mark the centenary of the transfer of the Arctic Islands to Canada. Yellowknife, 11-13 Aug 1980. Published later in Morris Zaslow, ed., A Century of Canada’s Arctic Islands, 1880-1980 (Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada, 1981).

-Correspondence re: “The Arctic and Canadian Culture.”

9.

Correspondence Re: Course at University of Western Ontario for Senior University Administrators.

10.

Communique - Concordia University; Announcing honorary Doctorate granted to THBS, June 1981.

11.

SSHRC's Noble in Reason - A Brief to the Federal Cultural Policy Review Committee.  - Aug 1981.

12.

Letter and article from Director General, Canadian Music Centre - Aug 1981.

13.

Submission Extract to the Secretary of State from the Association for Canadian Studies. - Apr 1978.  (Not Circulated.)

14.

CONTACT - Feb 1978, Vol. 3, No. 1

"Strategic Grants." (for research in areas of national concern)

Various documents Re: Awarding of strategic grants - including sample application forms and summaries of requests - 1978

Correspondence between Harry Hiller, University of Calgary, and THBS - Sept/Oct 1981.

Canadian Journal of Sociology 4:2, 1979. "The Canadian Sociology Movement: Analysis and Assessment," by Harry Hiller.

Announcement and terms of the new National Research Council of Canada programme for "National-interest Grants."  July 1977.

15.

Address by Hon. Francis Fox to AUCC, Brock University, St. Catharine's, ON - June 1981; Correspondence from Arthur Gelber, Chairman of Ontario Arts Council, re: Francis Fox’s address at Brock University, 9 September 1981.

16.

Announcement of the National Programme of Support for Canadian Studies. Oct 1981.

Letter from Tom McMillan, M.P. to the Hon. G. Regan, Secretary of State - 7 Dec 1981.

17.

Book reviews of the Page Report - Reflections on the Symons' Report Oct/Nov 1981.

Press release of Reflections - Secretary of State - 27 July 1981.

1 Copy of Reflections by James Page, 1981.

Rosemary Sullivan, “A New look at Canadian studies programs,” Queen’s Quarterly 89.4 (1982) 839-841.

Book review by Edward T. Silva, Higher Education, v. 11, n. 4 (July 1982).

Letter from Norman Webster, Assistant Editor of the Globe and Mail, re: the Page Report, 24 February 1982.

-REFLECTIONS ON THE SYMONS REPORT: THE STATE OF CANADIAN STUDIES IN 1980. A Report Prepared for the Department of the Secretary of State of Canada, by James E.Page Canadian Studies Program, Seneca College, President the Association for Canadian Studies, 1981.

18.

(U.S.) Five Colleges Canadian Studies Program and article RE: Exxon Foundation grant to ...

Globe and Mail - 26 Jan 1982 "Can Lit on the high road to global recognition."

19.

Department of the Secretary of State: Guide - National Program of Support for Canadian Studies 1981-1984; Proposal submitted to the Secretary of State by Info Graph, “Canadian Inventions: A Proposal to the Canadian Studies Directorate,” July-August 1984.

20.

Invitation to guest lecture at Concordia - McGill Canadian Studies Programmes.

Letters of thanks from Concordia University

a. Co-ordinator of Canadian Studies Programme

b. President, Concordia Canadian Studies Students Association.

21.

1. Proposal for an International Seminar on Canadian Studies at Dalhousie University.

2. The first conference of the Australian Association for Canadian  Studies.

3. Various correspondence between THBS and Prof. Peter Waite, Dept. of History, Dalhousie University - Mar/Apr 1982 Re:  International Seminar on Canadian Studies.

22.

The Association of Canadian Studies - "President's Report" - 1982.

23.

1.  ACUNS Occasional Paper No. 6 Re:  The state of teaching and research about the North, presented at the Old Bridge Inn, Peterborough - 29 Apr 1980.

2. Correspondence Re:  ACUNS paper (at Old Bridge Inn) with the President and Executive Director of ACUNS - copy of paper attached.

3.  Program of the ACUNS annual conference held at Trent University, Peterborough - Apr 1980.

Bibliography: “Some Thoughts on the Current State of Teaching and Research about Northern Canada,” A paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies. Peterborough: ACUNS, 24 April, 1980.

“Some Thoughts on the Current State of Teaching and Research about Northern Canada,” in ACUNS Report, 1980.

Grant, Shelagh D. “Artic Historiography: Current Status and Blueprints for the Future,” 22 May, 1997.

24.

Peterborough Examiner (feature article) "Promotes Canada" 12 July 1982.

25.

Role of the Commission in the Establishment of the Chair in Canadian Studies at Edinburgh University.

Letter from J. W. Graham, Director, Academic Relations Division, Dept. of External Affairs, and reply, re: Mr. MacEachen’s speech at Edinburgh, 24 December 1975.

26.

Presentation by the Etobicoke Chapter of the Committee for an Independent Canada at their annual general meeting, Nova Scotia - Sept 1976 Re: Student awareness of education.

27.

Letter and attachment to Dr. Parrott, Ontario Minister of Colleges and Universities - 29 December 1976 Re:  Need for more study of Canadian Parliamentary institutions.

28.

1. Report by Prof. Clara Thomas for the Humanities Research Council, "To Know Ourselves."

2. Circulation of Marcel Caya's paper to the Association of Canadian Community College's Conference.  15 Nov 1976.

29.

Higher Education - July 1982. Review of the Page Report.

30.

Alchem:  A New Chemistry Program "Alchem is an example of a program that fulfils many of the recommendations made in the Symons' Report. Alchem is truly a Canadian Science Program."

31.

University of Prince Edward Island - Canadian Studies Program Handbook - 1981-82.

32.

SSHRC - Sept 1982 "Grant approved under the Research Tools for Canadian Studies Programme."

Letter to Professor Frances G. Halpenny, Chairman of Humanities and Social Sciences Committee Research Board, re: SSHRC, 18 January 1982.

33.

The Japanese Association for Canadian Studies Newsletter - No. 4. Mar 1979.

34.

Announcement by the International Council for Canadian Studies, Establishment of the Northern Telecom International Canadian Studies Award - October 1982; Letter from James E. Page, President, International Council for Canadian Studies, 1 October 1982.

35.

Invitation to serve on the Management Committee of the Northern Studies Trust, established by the Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies;

The Canadian Northern Studies Trust (sponsored by ACUNS), Studentships in Northern Studies - 1983-84; Canadian Northern Studies Trust – Proposal Summary, Feb 1982.

36.

1. One Step Forward, Two Steps Sideways:  Sociology and Anthropology in Canada - 1981, by J. Paul Grayson and Dennis W. Magill for the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Assoc. (an update of the 1975 Symons Report)

2. Society - Societe (Newsletter of CSAA) - Oct 1982.

3. Minutes of AGM - 30 May 1981.

37.

1.  Memo from Dr. Peter Crabb Re: Canadian Studies in Australia and New Zealand.

2.  Correspondence between Dr. Crabb and THBS - Mar 1982.

38.

1. "Art and Architecture in Canada:  A Bibliography." Application for a Canadian Studies and Research Tools grant SSHRC - Mar 1982.

2. Thursday Report (Concordia) - 28 Oct 1982 "Sorting out Canadian Art and Architecture."

3. Relevant sections of TKO.

4. Various correspondence Re: The Above mentioned grant application 1982-83.

39.

Excerpts from Paul Audley's book, Canada's Cultural Industries. Published by the Canadian Institutes for Economic Policy, 1983.

40.

Artsinfo - Vol. 3, No. 2, Winter 1983, "Preserving History." Re:  the Ontario Arts Council and the preservation of Ontario's Cultural history.

41.

Letter to Prof. James Ham, Dean of Graduate Studies, University of Toronto, from THBS - 24 Aug 1976. Re:  The Higher Education Group, University of Toronto.

42.

Newsletter - Canadian Historical Association - Winter 1983. Re:  Diploma Program in Cultural Conservation:  University of Victoria.

43.

Various article and correspondence Re: The establishment of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University - 1982.

44.

Correspondence, announcements, press releases, clippings, publicity schedules, Re: The Book and Periodical Development Council of Canada's Synopsis of To Know Ourselves, called The Symons' Report; Letter regarding the paperback abridgement from Tom McMillan, M.P., House of Commons; Letter from Logan R. Brown, President and Chief Executive Officer of Robin Hood Multifoods, 31 July, 1980.

45.

"British Library Collections and Canadian Studies." Re: Impact of TKO, by Ian Willison, 1983.

Papers by Ian Willison, Head of the English Language Heritage Branch, British Library Research Division, 1983.  

46.

1. British Library Colloquium on Canadian Studies, "British Library Occasional Papers 1.  Canadian Studies." 1984.  Sections by THBS and James Page of papers they presented to the colloquium at the British Library - Aug 1983.

Invitation to THBS to attend Colloquium.

“A Canadian Perspective on the state of Canadian Studies,” a paper presented to the British Library Colloquium on Canadian Studies, by THBS, 17 August 1983.

- Also includes, “British Library Publications: 1986 New Titles and Complete List”.

- Occasional Papers regarding “Library Publishing” and “African Studies.”

47.

Invitation to give Bronfman Lecture, University of Prince Edward Island - Nov 1983.

48.

Harry H. Hiller - Society and Change:  S. D. Clark and the Development of Canadian Sociology.  1982.

49.

Language and Society - Special issue published from the "Trent Colloquium." Summer 1983.

50.

International News:  Canadian Studies - Winter 1983.

"Canadian Studies:  An Australian View," by Don Grant. 1983.

51.

Law and Learning - Report to the SSHRCC by the Consultative Group and Education in Law.  April 1983; Communiqué, 9 October 1980, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council establishes consultative group on research and education in law: “The need for a national study of this scope was stressed in the report of the Commission on Canadian Studies by Thomas H. B. Symons (To Know Ourselves, 1976)....”; Communiqué, 13 May 1983, “Study of Legal education and research finds scholarship lacking: proposes solutions”; Correspondence with Professor Harry Arthurs, Faculty of Law, York University, May 2002, re: Professor Arthurs’ awarded the Killam Prize; Report on Law as a social phenomenon to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1989.

52.

Review article in the Canadian Bar Review by Max Cohen Re: Law and Learning.

53.

The Orlando Sentinel - 14 Nov 1983 - "Colleges expanding international studies." Re: Canadian Studies at the University of Central Florida.

54.

Hansard - 15 Sept 1983 - Re: Canadian Government response to TKO.

55.

Secretary of State - 1984 - "Canadian Studies Award and Prizes."

56.

Invitation to chair the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Committee, from AUCC and Secretary of State for External Affairs. Aug 1983 - June 1984.

57.

Archiviaria - No. 17, Winter 1983-84.  "For History's Sake: The Work of the Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions," by Ernest B. Ingles.

58.

Canadian Journal of Education - Vol. 9, No. 2, 1984.  "The Canadian Community College in the 1980's: Strategies for Survival," by John Dennison.

59.

A Theoretical Perspective for "A Canadian Context for Science Education," by Richard Mrazek.

60.

Press Release/Commonique - 28 June 1972,  "AUCC Appoints a Commission on Canadian Studies." (in English)

61.

Press release/Comminque - 28 Juin 1972, "L'AUCC Nomme Une Commission Sur Les Etudes Canadiennes."

62.

Press Release/Communique - 5 Mar 1976,  Press release and summary of TKO, in English.

63.

Press Release/Communique - 5 Mars 1976, Press release and summary of Se Connairte, In French.

64.

Items re: "The Award for Distinguished Service to Education" of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, 1982, including: nomination for the award, announcement of the award; terms of reference of the award; letters from Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Dr. A. E. Sloman (University of Essex), Mavor Moore (Canada Council), Q. W. Lee (Vice-Chairman and General Manager, Hang Seng Bank Limited), Marvin D. Johnson (University of New Mexico), re: the award;  University Affairs; Peterborough Examiner; Trent Fortnightly;  U.W.C. International Newsletter.

65.

The Osgoode Society:  A Progress Report, Archivaria, 1984.

66.

Correspondence with Graham Orpwood, Science Council of Canada, re: Science Education report, Science for every student: educating Canadians for tomorrow’s world (with 2 press releases), 1984; “Science education for all,” abstracted from Science for Every Student, Science Council of Canada, Summer 1984.

67.

Secretary of State - Canadian Studies Program - 1984-85.

68.

Letter from Ian Macdonald, Chairman, AUCC's committee on the Symons Report and President of York University, to the Chairman, Council of Canadian Studies Programme Administrators, Dr. S.F. Wise - 1979. Re: Response of the AUCC Committee to the Report to date.

69.

Area Studies:  The University Consortium for Research on North America, 1985 - 86. Harvard University, Brandeis University, Tufts University.

70.

Education Canada - Summer/Ete 1984 - "Teaching Canadian Literature: An Evaluation," by W. John Harker (The National Magazine About Education.)

71.

Correspondence with Prof. Alexander Gregor and preface to The Development of Education in Manitoba.  Sept. 1984.

72.

Report to the National Library Advisory Board - Nov. 1984

From the Committee on Bibliography and Information Services with proposals for directories and a plan for collections inventories in Canada, for Canadian Library Surveys, and for a Canadian Studies resource survey.

National Library News - July-Aug 1989 re: "Cooperative Project Benefits Canadian Studies."

73.

Information about the Canadian Studies Programme and Proposal at the University of Ottawa, from Dr. Monique Lortie-Lussier - December 1984.

74.

Proposal from Peter Weyman for a National Film Board film portrait of Jack McClelland. 

Correspondence between THBS and Peter Weyman - Jan 1985.

75.

Speech by the Hon. Jean-Luc Pepin to the Inaugural Conference of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, Toronto, May 1984, with reference to Se connaître.

76.

“Canadian named Chairman of International Board,” (United World Colleges) Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific Bulletin, September 1980;

The Journal of Experimental Education - Vol 8, No 1, Spring 1985. "Impelled into Experience: The United World Colleges," by David Sutcliffe; Special word of thanks upon retirement from the International Board, Annual Report, Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific, 1987.

77.

Correspondence with His Excellency Mr. Shridath S. Ramphal, Commonwealth Secretary-General, regarding invitation to serve on the Standing Committee on Student Mobility, May 1982.

Commonwealth Secretariat Press Release - June 1982

Announcing the Commonwealth Standing Committee on Student Mobility.

78.

1. Department of External Affairs Support for Canadian Studies, Mar 1985.

2. Notes for a speech by the Rt. Hon. Joe Clark, Secretary of State External Affairs, to the Canada-Japan Society and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Tokyo, Japan - Dec 1984.

79.

Invitation to talk to the Annual Meeting of the Humanities Association of Canada - "The proper study of Canadians in Canada," June 1982.

80.

Invitation from the Secretary General of the Commonwealth to serve on the Commonwealth Standing Committee on Student Mobility, May 1982.

81.

Booklet and second brochure re: The Canadian Encyclopaedia.

82.

Canadian Studies in Japan Visit Report, by Brian Long - 1 July 1985.

83.

Monographs and Periodicals Published Abroad in the Context of Canadian Studies, Dept of External Affairs, Ottawa. 4 June 1985

84 & 85.

Various reports and correspondence re: The Canada Studies Foundation, 2 files.  1979-1986.

Box 4

Folder

1.  Canada-Israel Foundation for Academic Exchanges, (est. 1975)

2.  The Canadian Studies program at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (established by the Government of Canada and Dr. and    Mrs. Ralph Halbert, 1978.)

3.  Ad for the Visiting Professorship at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem - CAUT Bulletin - Oct 1990.

2.

Re: Folklore

Response to Dr. Pauline Greenhill to TKO, and proposals to strengthen recognition of the field including creation of the position of Provincial Folklorist, 4 December 1985.

Correspondence from others including Dr. Sheldon Posen and Minister Lily Munroe.

3.

Trent Fortnightly - Vol 16, No 12, 13 Feb 1986. "Trent acquires Canadian popular music collection: 19 000 audio tapes of original Canadian music for the 30 year period 1950 - 1980."

4.

1. Keynote address to the Pan-American Institute of Geography and History on "The Nature and Value of National and Regional Atlases."

2.  Program and agenda for conference.

3.  Correspondence between Richard Groot and THBS re: PAIGH Conference.

5.

Trent Library News - Number 1, Mar 1986.

Response to and assessment of the Canadian Institute of Historical Microreproductions by the Trent University Library.

6.

Correspondence with the Dominion Archivist, Jean-Pierre Wallot, June-July 1986.

RE: Progress toward the proposed new Archives Act - Hansard 11 June 1986.

7.

Archivaria - Special issue on Archives and Libraries: Essays in Honour of W. Kaye Lamb - No 15 Winter 1982-83.

re: Archives and Canadian Studies and references to TKO. see pages 2, 11, 50, 58-69, 114 (2 refs), 128)

“Archives and Canadian Studies,” by THBS, a chapter for the volume of Essays in honour of Dr. W. Kaye Lamb.

8.

The first Ontario conference on Folklore - Mar 1987

Invitation to present keynote address on "The Role of Folklore in Canadian Culture," with speech notes.

Various correspondence re: establishing a Provincial Folklorist.

Letter from Professor Pauline Greenhill, University of Waterloo, regarding establishment of a Folklore program in Ontario, November 1990.

9.

Letter to Mrs. Davidson Dunton from THBS, February 1987 re: Condolences offered following Davidson (Davy) A. Dunton’s death.

10.

“Ten years on: Canadian Studies in Britain 1977-87,” article by Michael J. Hellyer, July 1987.

Correspondence with Michael Hellyer - Jan 1988 re: the work of the Commission and Development of Canadian Studies Abroad.

Correspondence with J. W. Graham - Jan 1976.

11.

Canadian Ethnic Studies vol XIII, No 2, 1981. "Academics, Politics and Ethnics:  University Opinion on Canadian Ethnic Studies," by Evelyn Kallen (note 11, reference to TKO).

12.

Various documents and correspondence re: Creation of the Robert and Mary Stanfield Foundation to award Bilingual Exchange Scholarships in Canadian Studies, 1976-

"The Robert and Mary Standfield Foundation: Report on the First Ten       Years."

Letter to the Rt. Hon. R. L. Stanfield from THBS - July 1992 re: transfer of endowment fund to establish a new trust at McGill University.

13.

Establishment of Twin Prizes in Canadian Studies in Cornwall, following the resolution of the language dispute in the schools, 1973.

14.

Canadian Studies Bulletin - Association of Canadian Community Colleges, Dec 1984-Jan 1985.  Issue on "Acadian Studies, and the Francophone Minorities."

15.

Canadian Studies Bulletin - Association of Canadian Community Colleges, Dec 1980. Editorial - "Canadian Studies in Alberta, 1970-1980."

16.

Canadian Studies Bulletin - Association of Canadian Community Colleges, Apr-May 1984.  Issues on "Canadian Studies in Quebec."

17.

Canadian Studies Bulletin - Association of Canadian Community Colleges, Dec 1982-Jan 1983.  Issue on "Multiculturalism."

18.

Canadian Studies Bulletin - Association of Canadian Community Colleges, Oct-Nov 1985.

Tenth Anniversary Issue - Reviews work of the Canadian Studies Bureau and the state of Canadian Studies across Canada in Community  Colleges and CEGEPS, including: “The Canadian Studies Bureau Past Successes... New Challenges,” by M. P. J. Kennedy, referencing the Symons Report.

19.

President's Committee on Canadian Studies - University of Manitoba, April 1983. Chair: K. W. Osborne (and some subsequent items).

20.

Summary of "Law and Learning" - occasional paper #2, Association for Canadian Studies, May 1983.

21.

Alberta Communique - Vol IV, No 2, Autumn 1980

Association of Canadian Community Colleges Resources and Bibliography for Alberta Studies.

22.

Newsletter Vol 1, No 1 - The Association for Canadian Studies, Mar 1979.

23.

Support to Education by the Government of Canada, Secretary of State, 1983.

24.

Correspondence between Professor Liss Jeffrey and THBS, August-September 1990 re: TKO.

25.

Address by Hon. Francis Fox to the Annual Meeting of the National Council of the YMCA, May 1981.

26.

Work undertaken by the National Archives in the Vatican Archives - See TKO recommendations 29 and 30 in Chapter on "Canadian Studies Abroad." 1977 -

27.

Memoires de la Societe Royale du Canada - "Etudes Canadiennes et quebecoises:  esquisse de bilan et reflexions," by Pierre Savard;

Correspondence regarding, Dictionnaire de l’Amerique française, from Pierre Savard, University of Ottawa, 21 November 1985.

28.

Papers submitted to the British Library Colloquium on Canadian Studies on the Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions. 

29.

Symposium on Canadian Studies - Holiday Inn, Richeliew, Montreal Quebec, Sept 11 - 13, 1980.

30.

Books in Canada: Recent Titles 1992, published by the Association for the Export of Canadian Books, Ottawa, 1992

-first published in 1980

-subsequent government funding began in 1989.

31.

Alysse Weinberg - University of Lille Doctoral Candidate re: TKO re: Oct 1983

32.

Times Educational Supplement 30 May 1980 - "Break" Canadian Diary with reference to TKO.

33.

Canadian Studies Focus - Spring and Summer Session Calendar, University of Manitoba, 1980.

34.

Jack Chambers Memorial Foundation - Creation of Contemporary Canadian Art Slide Set.

SEE ALSO:  Foundation file in THBS files, Trent Archives.

 35.

Talk by THBS to Council for Education in the Commonwealth at the House of Commons on the Second Report of the Standing Committee on Student Mobility, Mar 1984.

36.

International News/Nouvelles Internationales - Canadian Studies/Des etudes Canadiennes, International Council for Canadian Studies, Vol 1, No 2, Summer 1982.

37.

Canadian Heritage Quiz, 1991 - Correspondence with Gladys Symons: Association for Canadian Studies and quiz preliminary results.

38.

Re: "A Comprehensive Bibliography Covering Canadian Art and Architecture" related to recommendation in TKO (p. 39).

Invitation to attend publication celebration, York University, 22 May 1991.

39.

"Stronger than a Wrecker's Ball" in the Port Elgin Beacon Times 9 Aug 1989. Re: LACACS sustainable development and heritage conservation reference to HSMBC and THBS.

40.

Letter to Mr. A. I. Iskandarov, Committee People's Deputy of the   Uzbeck, SSR, USSR - 16 July 1991

Re:  World Heritage Cities Conferences and Invitation to 2500 Anniversary in Khiva in 1995, Uzbeck.

41.

Writer's Union survey of Canadian Literature degree programmes, Apr 1984.

42.

"The Cultural Impact of Industrialization and Technological Innovation."  Papers presented to the 13th Congress of     Commonwealth Universities, by THBS at the University of Birmingham - 15 Aug 1983

Folio - University of Alberta - "A New Learning Technique," June 1985;

“Impelled into Experience: The United World Colleges,” by David Sutcliffe, Journal of Experiential Education, Spring 1985 (referencing THBS’ speech to the 13th Congress of Universities of the Commonwealth).

“The Cultural Impact of Industrialisation and Technological Innovation,” in Technological Innovation: University Roles.  Birmingham: Commonwealth Universities in Congress, The Assocation of Commonwealth Universities, 1983.

43.

Invitation to serve as the founding chair of NACNAC, Nov 1983.

Correspondence with R. Groot - Pan American Institute of Geography and History, 1978.

44.

“Dispatch case,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, v. xxvii, n. 8, p. 33 (October 1983) re: the future of Canadian Studies at American colleges and universities, according to the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States;

Invitation to talk to the 20th Anniversary of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, Mar 1991.

45.

British students' perception of Canada and press clippings, Globe and Mail - 12 June 1979.  Re: Canadian Studies in Britain

46.

Report of a seminar on Libraries and Resources for Canadian Studies in Britain - Occasional Paper #1, Canada House, UK 1980.

47.

Correspondence between THBS and Dr. R. J. Baker, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Prince Edward Island, re: appointment as Chairman of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, March 1975;

Ontario Human Rights Commission - Press resume of Life Together -July 1977.  Life Together: A report on Human Rights in Ontario, Ontario Human Rights Commission, 1977; Correspondence with R. Brian Howe, PhD candidate at University of Toronto, re: Life Together.

48.

1.  Notice from the ACS re: their organization of a major national

Conference on TKO called the "Second Charlottetown Conference."

2.  Correspondence between THBS and Gail Larose, International Programmes officer, AUCC - Mar/Apr 1977.

49.

Notes re: Association of Canadian Community Colleges Task Force on Symons Report, Sept 1976.

50.

Correspondence from the Association of Canadian Community Colleges in support of TKO - 2 Mar 1977 to:

- William Schneider, Chairman, National Research Council

- Gertrude Laing, Chairman, Canada Council

- Dr. J. J. Shepard, Executive Director, Science Council of Canada

- Dr. H. E. Duckworth, President, AUCC

- The Hon. Ben Hanuschak, Chairman, CMEC

- The Hon. Hugh Faulkner

- The Hon. John Roberts.

51.

Correspondence with Deans of Agriculture Schools in Canada re: Canadian text books and TKO - 1977.

52.

Correspondence with THBS and Prof. T. J. Collins, Chair, Dept of English at the University of Western Ontario, 1977.

re: TKO and the teaching of Canadian literature.

“Canadian literature is here...no longer a gleam in a paternal critic’s eye,” by William French, Globe and Mail, 9 October 1976.

53.

Correspondence to Dr. David Law, Dept. Secretary, Ministry of State for Science and Technology, from W. Peter Adams, Executive Director of ACUNS

re: TKO and a National Science and Technology Policy.

54.

Letter of thanks re: chairmanship of the Distinguished Professors

Selection Committee of the University of Manitoba, 1986.

55.

Committee for an Independent Canada

- Correspondence in support of TKO, 1976.

- Conference entitled "Canada as a Culture: Canadian Studies in Education," 1977.

- Peterborough Chapter correspondence with THBS, 1978.

56.

Report to the TKO Committee of the Ontario Arts Council, by Mary Williamson - 31 Mar 1981.

57.

Correspondence re: TKO, 1976 with:

- Hon. Robert Welch, Minister of Culture and Recreation

- Lyman Robinson, President, Canadian Association of Law Teachers

- Agnes Carrigan, Canadian Daughters League

- John Banks, Executive Secretary, Humanities Council of Canada             

- Howard Petch, University of Victoria

- Ian Trowell, Upper Canada Centre for  the Visual Arts

- Roger Savory, University of Toronto

- Michael Oliver, Carleton University

- Lionel Rubinoff, Prospectus for Canadian Studies 340, Trent 1976-77

- Peter Morgan, University of Toronto

-  Fred Wilson, University of Toronto

-  Monsieur J. Loubser, Le Conseil Canadian de Recherche en Sciences Sociales

- The Rev. Dr. Temple Kingston, University of Windsor

- Mrs. J. L. Halpenny, Comm. Association for Senior Adults

- Mrs. Jane Selley, University of Guelph; Editor of the College of Biological Science Alumni Newsletter, re: presentation of TKO, 13 September 1976

- Dr. Michael Oliver, President, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, re: arrangements for the sale of TKO at the meetings of the Learned Societies, 12 May 1976.

58.

 Letters and correspondence with several government of Ontario officials, re: TKO. circa 1976

59.

Correspondence and articles re: University of Western Ontario's response to the Commission on Canadian Studies. Including information re: the University of Western Ontario Canadian Content Report, Nov 1977.

60.

Journal of Canadian Studies vol xi, no. 4 (November 1976) - “Down and out of the ivory tower,” editorial re: TKO by David R. Cameron; Articles - “The ambiguities of analysis: the problem of knowing ourselves,” by Stephen Clarkson; “Littérature et nationalisme,” by Antoine Sirois;  "Repatriating the Canadian University," by John Woods.

61.

Northern Mosaic (correspondence re: this publication) 1977.

62.

The teaching of French:

1. Correspondence between Jim Page (AUCC) and Jack Warwick (APFUC) Mar/Apr 1977 re: ACS Conference

2. London Free Press - "UWO Department given a D for Canadian Content," 10 Nov 1977

3. Globe and Mail - "U of T Students Learns French the All-American  Way," 14 Apr 1976.

63.

"Education in a Multicultural Society - The Canadian Experience"

1. THBS' announcement of a talk to the American Educational Research Association - Apr 1983.

2. Correspondence with Peter Helbig - Air Canada, 3 May 1983.

64.

London Free Press - "U. W. O. Departments given a D for Canadian Content," 10 Nov 1977.

65.

THBS et al. The Science Education of Women in Canada: A Statement of Concern, published by the Science Council of Canada, January 1982.

66.

The Canadian Journal of Higher Education Vol 1-2, 1976 - Review Article re: TKO by Robert L. McDougall.

67.

Letter from Under-Secretary of State, External Affairs, Mar 1981. re: Support for Canadian Studies Abroad.

68.

Report of the Canadian Studies Programme Committee, McGill University 1975-76, responding to TKO.

SEE ALSO:  Brief #547, Trent Archives.

69.

1. "British Students' Images of Canada" - Report of the Geographical Association, 1979.

2. Globe and Mail - "Top UK Students Lack Knowledge on Canada," 12 June 1979.

70.

“The Contribution of the Loyalist Heritage to the cultural diversity of Canada,” The Loyalist Gazette, v. xxii, n. 2, December, 1984.

- Correspondence with Sean Kae and Dale Standen re: final draft of paper.

- Correspondence with E.Chard, Editor of the Loyalist Gazette re: contribution of article.

71.

Canadian Federation of Biological Societies

Letter to the Hon. Francis Fox - Oct 1980. Re:  Need for a comprehensive Canadian science policy dealing with TKO recommendations.

72.

Correspondence re: TKO copies all sent March 1976 from:

- Dale C. Thomson, Vice Principal (Planning), McGill University

- J.A. Wojciechowski, President, Canadian Philosophy Society, University of Ottawa.

- John Archer, President, University of Regina

- Miles Wisenthal, Director General, Institute and Public Finance, Statistics Canada

- Mrs. Audrey Forster, Exec Assistant, Humanities and Social Science Division, The Canada Council

- Pat McTaggart-Cowan, former Head, Science Council of Canada

- Dennis - Principal, Bishop's University

- Davidson Dunton, Director, Institutes of Canadian Studies, Carleton University

- Carl F. Klinck, Department of English, University of Western Ontario

- Northrop Frye, University of Toronto

- F. Kenneth Hare, Director, Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Toronto

- James Steele, Chair, Dept. of English, Carleton University

- Thomas L. Wells, Minister of Education, Ontario.

73.

1. "University Faculty and Citizenship Acquisition: The Permanent, the Temporary and the Undecided," by J. S. Frideres and S. Goldenberg, University of Calgary, 1979.

2. Correspondence from J. S. Firderes to Dr. J. James, Dept. of Secretary of State.

74.

1. "Report on Legal Education in the Maritime Provinces - Why not a National Study?" by D. L. Johnston in The Law Society Gazette, Vol. XI, No. 4, Dec 1977.   

2. Correspondence from D. L. Johnston, Chair, Committee of Canadian Law Deans, University of Western Ontario, 24 Jan 1977. re: support of Committee of Canadian Law Deans of recommendations in TKO.

75.

Correspondence between THBS and Prof. R. Murray Fraser, Faculty of Law, University of Victoria, Oct 1980 re: British Columbia legal history project to encourage writing and research on matters Canadian

Archivaria, n. 18 (1984), special edition on “Archives and Law”

76.

Correspondence from Helmut Kallman, Chief, Music Division, National Library of Canada, 1980 re: state of Canadian musicology.

77.

"The Crisis in Universities:  The door to jobs is still closed on Canadians," by J. Paul Grayson and Dennis Magill. Globe and Mail - 27 May 1981.

78.

Various correspondence re: Canadian Studies Visiting Professor in Japan;

Memo from the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada regarding Canadian Studies Visiting Professor in Japan at the University of Tsukuba in cooperation with the Canada-Japan Society, March 1985; and letters of application from Canadian professors.

79.

Correspondence from Denise Michaud, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, 8 November 1977, re: early responses of universities, AUCC, learned societies and other organisations to TKO;  "Report on the Activities of the AUCC and of its Member Institutions in response to the Report on the Commission on Canadian Studies," by Dennis M. Michaud - 30 Jan 1978.

80.

Correspondence from THBS to Dr. M. Oliver, President, AUCC - 11 May 1976 re: National Film Board proposal for a series of films on the theme of Canadian Studies, inspired by TKO.

81.

"Arts with a Difference:  A Report on French Speaking Ontario," by Pierre Savard, Rheal Beauchamp and Paul Thompson for the OAC, Sept 1977.

82.

"Cultiver Sa Difference: Rapport Sur Les Arts Dans La Vie Franco-Ontarienne." Par Savard et al ("Arts with a difference" - French copy)  Sept 1977.

83.

Summer School in Canadian Studies and English Language for Foreign Students, University of Sudbury, July - Sept 1978.

84.

Press summary issued by the AUCC accompanying the release of TKO 5 Mar 1976.

85.

Correspondence with Dr. D. G. Howell, Dean,  University of Guelph - Ontario Veterinary College re: TKO - Sept 1975.

86.

1. Correspondence from Northrop Frye re: TKO

2. The Symons Report (TKO abridgement) with quotation from Northrop Frye (back cover)

87.

Correspondence with Prof. Harry Hiller, Dept. of Sociology, University of Calgary, Oct 1981 - re: TKO

88.

Book review by THBS of The Canadian Ethnic Mosaic:  A Quest for Identity, edited by Leo Driedger in Canadian Ethnic Studies,

89.

Globe and Mail - 27 July 1989 - "Fulfilment of Paul Martin's Dream came a bit too late to help Socrates," by Stevie Cameron

Re: Canadian Institute for Advanced Legal Studies at Cambridge University.

90.

International Cultural Relations, published by the Department of External Affairs, 1980.

91.

Establishment of the Symons Essay Prizes in Canadian Studies at Trent University, 1977 - present.

92.

"Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies," by THBS in the Journal of the Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Vol 34, No. 1, Sept/Oct. 1976.

93.

"The Peel County Factor," Nov. 1967 from A History of Peel County.

94.

Correspondence, Jan. 1978, THBS and Prof. Egmont Lee re: work/report of the Commission on Canadian Studies and establishment of the Canadian Academic Centre in Italy.

95.

To Redress the Balance, an occasional paper presented to the Association for Canadian Studies, 8 June 1980, by THBS

96.

Columns by Norman Webster, of the Globe and Mail, re: TKO

28/29 March 1978

20/27 Apr 1976

16 Nov 1976

97.

Contribution of the Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies to the development of the Canadian Academic Centre in Italy (CACI).

- Correspondence with THBS and Egmont Lee, University of Calgary Jan 1978. 

98.

Heath MacQuarrie, Red Tory Blues: a political memoir – excerpt, pp. 256-257, August 1993.

99.

“Canadian Studies under attack – Doughty,” Canadian Studies Bulletin, ACCC, December 1982.

100.

Symons and the Science Council of Canada; various articles, meeting agendas, and correspondence Mar. 1977 - June 1980.

Box 5

Folder

1.

SSHRC Grant for editing early Canadian texts granted to Professor Mary Jane Edwards and the Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts, Carleton University, 1981.

2.

Canadian Studies at McGill, 1982, 1982, 1983; Research Report of the Canadian Studies Committee, 1981-82.

3.

Correspondence, 1976:

- to Prof. Graham Murray, OCUFA from Victor Sim, CAUT, 22 July 1976

- to THBS from Hazel J Roberts, AUCC

- to Denise Michaud, AUCC from D. F. Theall, Trent University

Re: TKO.

4.

“A Challenge to the Independent Schools,” An Address to the founding conference of the Canadian Association of Independent Schools (CAIS); Letter to Bernard Shapiro, Director of Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), re: commission to review questions about the status of independent schools in Ontario, 14 August 1984;  Correspondence with N. Thomas Russell, re: compiling a history of the Canadian Association of Independent Schools, 21 November 1990.

5.

Canadian Studies at Dawson College, Montreal PQ.  Distinction between nationalism and education.  Remarks at the Convocation, 25 June 1981 by THBS.

6.

For Art’s Sake: a history of the Ontario Arts Council, 1963-1983, by Roy MacSkimming, authorized by the Ontario Arts Council “To Know Ourselves” Committee.

7.

Proceedings, la conférence canadienne de Développement social / the Canadian Conference on Social Development, Toronto, 13-17 June 1976.  THBS, Chairman.

8.

Correspondence and documents relating to the National Survey of Historical Archives and Documents, 1977-1980, a direct response to TKO.

9.

“Public response to the Symons Report (To Know Ourselves: the Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies),” a summary of responses to the Report and highlights of changes still to be made, circa late 1970's;

Correspondence with Joan Rondeau, re: bulk orders of TKO and problems with the second printing, 1977-1978.

10.

Correspondence between N. Parker-Jervis, Chairman of the Western Canadian Publications Project Committee, and James Page , President of the Association for Canadian Studies, re: WCPP suggestions to the ACS on possible projects.  Including republishing in book form major titles included in the National Library and CIHM microform reprints; compiling the complete works of major Canadian statesmen and writers; conducting a research project into the specific needs for Canadian literary resources. With supporting documentation and correspondence.  May-June 1979.

11.

“Survey gauges Maritimers’ opinions about postsecondary education--80% think society benefits,” University Affairs, March 1980.  Study by the Association of Atlantic Universities also reports that the public is ambivilant in its assessment of the performance of universities and colleges; “This would seem to indicate a widespread lack of information about precisely what universities do and how well they do it.”

12.

 

Correspondence with J. Lewis Robinson, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia; Charles N. Forward, Past President of the Canadian Association of Geographers; A. T. Davidson, President of the Canadian Association of Geographers; re: disagreement on content included in section on Geography in chapter three of TKO, 1976-1979.

13.

Establishment of Northern and Native Studies graduate programme at Carleton University, 1982.

14.

Association of Canadian Studies National Conference, 1980 at Trent University. Themes: Archival and Contemporary Film for Canadian Studies, Canadian Ethnohistory, Science Education and Canadian Society, and the Third National Meeting of the Council of Canadian Studies Programme Administrators.

15.

Autographed paper by Professor Anne B. Pitternick, “‘Grey Literature’ in the Social Sciences in Canada: current situation and speculation about the future,” 1983.

16.

“What did Symons Say? A Retrospective Look at the Commission on Canadian Studies.” by Paul M. Koroscil.  "Canadian Issues" series of The Association for Canadian Studies, v.2, n.1, 1977. (Special Issue)

17.

Correspondence and responses to To Know Ourselves, including:

Davidson D. Dunton, President of Carleton University, 11 March 1970;

Dr. George Ignatieff, The Provost, Trinity College, March 1976;

Professor Robert E. Bell, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, McGill University, April-May 1975;

Dr. Michael Oliver, President, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, September 1976;

Donald C. Savage, Executive Secretary, Canadian Association of University Teachers, March-May 1975;

J. J. Sheperd, Executive Director, Science Council of Canada, April-May 1975;

Dr. Bill Waines, 1976;

M. Jean Baroux, Science Council of Canada, March 1975;

George S. Tomkins, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, September 1976;

D. A. Low, Vice-Chancellor, Australian National University, December 1976;

Professor Paul McIntyre, Head, Department of Music, University of Windsor, March 1976;

Elli Kongas Maranda, Faculté des Sciences Sociales, Université Laval, March 1976;

Jerome V. Brown, Department of Philosophy, University of Windsor, March 1976;

Evelyn Moore-Eyman, Academic Co-ordinator, Indian Students University Program Services, University of Calgary, March 1976;

James Foley, Mohawk College, Port Colborne, Ontario, March 1976;

M. Clément Moisan, Département des litteratures, Université Laval, July 1976;

Joan Rondeau, Director, Office Administration, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, July 1976;

Adélard Savoie, Moncton NB, August 1976;

Daniel Ben-Natan, National Executive Director, Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University, August 1976;

TKO Committee Meeting, 25 August 1976, Minutes;

Michael Oliver, President, Carleton University, July 1976;

J. J. Auchmuty, Leeds University, July 1976;

R. I. Ryerson, W. M. Messecar Foundation, November 1975;

Charles E. Jersch, Executive Director, Youth Service Foundation, August 1976;

Michael C. Ashley, Carleton University, August 1976;

Dr. H. E. Duckworth, President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Winnipeg, August 1976;

F. Kenneth Hare, Director, Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Toronto, June 1976;

Jean L. Briggs, Department of Anthropology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, September 1976;

Agnes Carrigan, National Educational Convenor, Canadian Daughters’ League, September 1976;

Reverend Dr. Temple Kingston, Principal, Canterbury College, University of Windsor, September 1976;

George S. Tomkins, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, March 1976;

Hugh W. Springer, Secretary General, Association of Commonwealth Universities, March 1976;

J. Patrick Boyer, Toronto ON, March 1976.

18.

Aborted attempt at establishing a Canadian Studies programme at Oxford University; Letter from J. A. Colvin, 26 September 1982.

19.

THBS serves as the Acting President of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1982.

20.

Letter to John R. Mallea, President of Brandon University, regarding work of the Commission on Canadian Studies in cultural pluralism, and Mallea’s book (with Jonathan Young), Cultural Diversity and Canadian Education, March 1986.

21.

International Workshop on Canadian Studies, “Ways of Seeing,” held at Dalhousie University, Halifax.  Correspondence addressed to James E. Page, President of the Association of Canadian Studies, June 1981.

22.

Third Annual Atlantic Canada Studies Conference, University of New Brunswick, Spring 1978, held in conjunction with the Western Canadian Studies Conference, to address regional historical studies in Canada.  Coordinated by Professor David Bercusson, University of Calgary, and Professor Phillip A. Buckner, University of New Brunswick.

23.

“Canadian Content in the Alberta Education Social Studies Program,” by Ralph Sabey, with reference to the Canada Studies Foundation Report, A Survey of Opportunities to Learn about Canada in the Schools of Canada, December 1976.

24.

Correspondence with Dr. John Armstrong, regarding the study of the status of Geoscience in Canadian Universities, for the Geoscience Council of Canada, November-December 1978.

25.

Association for Canadian Studies Biography Project: announcement in the Association Newsletter, v. 1, n. 2 (June 1979); President’s Report, July 1979.

26.

Note to Jim Page re: statistical problems and the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, 4 August 1984.

27.

Correspondence with the Royal Society of Canada, 1976-82;

Royal Society of Canada, Press Release, announcing new Fellowships, May 1977;

Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on Education of the Royal Society of Canada, April 1978.

28.

Documents regarding the Federal-Provincial Consultations on Post-Secondary Education, July 1982:

1. News Release

2. Opening Statement by the Secretary of State

3. Statement of “National Objectives of Federal Programs that Support Post-Secondary Education”

4. Statement of “Principles underlying Federal Support of Post-Secondary Education”

29.

Nomination of Professor Symons for the 1982 Royal Bank Award, February 1982.

30.

The National interest in Education: Community Colleges: The Kelsey Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences, Saskatchewan: A Report, 1982.

31.

“Commission on Canadian Studies,” presentation given at Library Services Cross Borders, the Eighty-Fourth Meeting of the Association of Research Libraries, 9-10 May, 1974, Toronto.

32-37.

A.  Early correspondence, responses and documents relating to Some Questions of Balance, 1983-84;

B.  Correspondence, responses and documents relating to Some Questions of Balance, 1985;

C.  Correspondence, responses and documents relating to Some Questions of Balance, 1986;

D.  Correspondence, responses and documents relating to Some Questions of Balance, 1987;

E.  Correspondence, responses and documents relating to Some Questions of Balance, 1988-89;

F.  Correspondence, responses and documents relating to Some Questions of Balance, 1990-91.

Box 6

Folder

1.

Letter of acknowledgement, January 1984, from AUCC of Some Questions of Balance;

Letter to THBS from Professor David C. Walker, University of Winnipeg, re: his letter to Lloyd Axworthy, Minister of Employment and Immigration, re: Some Questions of Balance, 25 April 1983.

2.

English-language press release and highlights, Some Questions of Balance, 12 January 1984.

3.

French language press release and highlights, Some Questions of Balance.

4.

Request from Australian Government's Committee of Review on Overseas Students, November 1983.

5.

Circulation list for letter from and reply to CBIE Feb/Mar 1984 re: CBIE's initial reaction to SQB (CBIE - Canadian Bureau of International Education);

Correspondence from Bruce Fraser, President of the CBIE, with the Secretary of State regarding International Student Policy and the recommendations in TKO, November 1984.

6.

"Carleton University Anti-Canadianism; The Question of Procedures; The LaFrance Fellowship," by Robin Matthews, Dept. of English.  Mar. 1984.

7.

Letters from:

a. President, Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education

b: Chairman, Canadian Federation of Deans of Management and Administrative Studies Feb. 1985 Re: reaction to SQB.

8.

Invitation to the Inaugural Conference of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University, May 1984.  "SE CONNAITRE:  Politics and Culture in Canada."

9.

University Affairs, Mar. 1984, Vol.  25, No.  3, contains:  "Some Questions of Balance:  Chapter IV Revisited,"  pp.10-11, (Symons and Page);  "Despite the weaknesses ... issues deserve careful attention,"  pp. 12-13 (Edward J Manahan);  "Shortage of faculty in business scored,"  p. 21 (Michael Mahar, Dean, Faculty of Management, University of Calgary; Chairman, C.F.D.M.A.S.); Review of Some Questions of Balance by Robert D. Chambers, Trent University, for Peterborough Examiner

10.

"International Students central to Canadian education:  Commission on Canadian Studies," Canadian Bureau for International Education, Communications, Mar. 1984. 

And address by York's Ian McDonald to Canadian Korean Scholarship Fundraising Dinner, 1984.

11.

ABCD: A.C.U. Bulletin of current documentation of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, NO. 63, April 1984.  (Original issues of ABCD)  "Some Questions of Balance - Canadian Commission calls for a national strategy for higher education." pp. 9-12.

Letter from Lloyd Barber, President of the University of Regina, commenting on ACU and SQB, 14 September 1983.

12.

International Student Awareness Week, Mar. 1984.

- correspondence to A. K. Gillmore, Executive Director, AUCC, 15 Mar. 1984.

- poster produced CFS-O/ OFS (See quote from SQB on poster - "On the grounds of enlightened self-interest ...")

13.

Brochure, "Keep our Campuses International," prepared early 1984 by Canadian Federation of Students and Ontario Federation of Students.

14.

Some correspondence re: SQB, May 1984 (Frye; Sheffield; Kroker; Lister; Wadds; Macdonald).

15.

Policy statement on Women on the staff of Universities of the Australian Vice-Chancellor's Committee, April 1984.

16.

Press reports (Globe and Mail; Le Devoir; Peterborough Examiner) about end of May 1984.

17.

Three international items (C.B.I.E.; U.W.C.; A.C.U.), mailed about June 1984.

18.

Some University and Learned Societies Reports, mailed about 14 June 1984.

19.

Remarks by Tom McMillan, M.P., to the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education on the release of SQB, Ottawa, 12 Jan. 1984.

20.

Letter (and reply) from Executive Director, A.U.C.C., 12 July 1984, re: SQB.

21.

Canadian Inventions: A proposal to the Canadian Studies Directorate, Department of the Secretary of State, for a series of mini-programs to highlight significant achievements in Canadian science and technology, 1984.

22.

1) Correspondence with John Macpherson, Education Division, Commonwealth Secretariat, Aug. 1984, re: expansion of the Commonwealth Scholarship Plan;

2) Correspondence re: this with S. Ramphal, the Commonwealth Secretary General, and the 2 Communiques from the Commonwealth Education Conference in Cyprus, July, 1984.

3) Correspondence by Tom Criag, Assistant Secretary General,

A.C.S., June 1976 re: TKO and the need to strengthen the Commonwealth Scholarship Program and Fellowship Plan.

4) Correspondence between Andrew MacKay (AUCC) and Hon. Allan MacEachen (Min. of External Affairs) May 1984.

5) Correspondence with Under Secretary of State - External Affairs, Mar. 1981.

6) Minutes of the Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan, 1983-87.

7) Correspondence with Gail Larose, AUCC, regarding the implementation of recommendations from Some Questions of Balance, in relation to the Commonwealth Scholarship Plan, 1984 (and re: the issue of an appeal from an unsuccessful applicant).

23.

Correspondence and announcement re: the Bora Laskin National Fellowship for Human Rights Research, 1984.

24.

Invitation from and letter to Dr. William E. Taylor, Jr. President, SSHRCC, re: the Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Science, 1984, re: "Chief Guest" of the 40th Annual Session of SLAAS - December 1984.

25.

Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education Seminar on SQB, Ottawa, 12 Jan. 1983.

- announcement of session

- agenda

- draft table of contents, SQB.

26.

Letter and enclosure to Dr. Davidson Dunton re: attitudes and ambivalence in 1970 towards proposal to establish a Commission on Canadian Studies, 22 Aug. 1984.

- Similar letter to Dr. Geoffrey Andrew.

27.

Third Report, May 1984, of Commonwealth Standing Committee on Student Mobility.

28.

Council Member of the Association for the Advancement of Science in Canada 1984.

29.

Invitation to give the opening paper at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Bureau for International Education, in Montreal, Nov. 1984.

30.

Ontario Federation of Students' Publication, Intro; articles re: Women, and international students drawing on SQB, with covering letter to Exec. Director, AUCC; Oct. 1984.

31.

re: Foreign student policy and Canadian Government response to the Commission's recommendation to increase the number of Canadian Commonwealth Scholarships; 

- letter from President of CAUT to former Minister of External Affairs, 13 Aug. 1984;

- CAUT Bulletin, Oct. 1984, "Lobbyists Notebook" by Donald Savage;

- University Affairs, Nov, 1984, article by Julia Weston "New Awards to Reflect Shift in Priorities";

- CBIE Communication, Sept. 1984, "Canada Pledges 200 New Commonwealth Awards", and Tom Symons at CBIE Conference";

- CBIE, Same 2 items in French;

- CBIE  Communications, July-Aug. 1984, "CAUT Accepts Symons-Page Proposals";

- CBIE Communications, Mar. 1984, "La presence d'etudiants etrangers:  une question centrale."

- originals of CBIE 's Sept. 1984 Communications

- Letter from McGill Assoc. of Univ. Teachers re: differential student fees, April 1984.

- Letter from President of CAUT to THBS, 31 May 1984

- “75th Anniversary Appeal.”  Association of Commonwealth Universities marks the occasion of its 75th anniversary by launching an appeal designed to fund a program of 50 fellowships a year, tenable in developed and developing countries.  THBS notes that this will constitute “an important and useful addition to the catalogue of Commonwealth scholarships available.” CBIE International Education Magazine, v. 2, n. 6, November-December 1986, page 25.

32.

"Aging tenured professors clog universities system," Donald C. MacDonald, Toronto Star, 22 July 1984;

"Experts predict Ph.D. problem," Guelph Ontarian, 24 Jan. 1984;

"Why Waste Academic Talent," Toronto Star, 16 Aug. 1984;

Message from Hon. John Robarts to the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education on SQB, 12 Jan. 1984.

33.

Remarks of Prof. James Eayrs accepting the 1984 Molson Award.

Correspondence between W.E. Taylor, Jr. Pres., SSHRCC & THBS re: Molson Prize selection committee, December 1984.

34.

Address to Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) by Lewis Perinbam, Vice President, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA): "Canada's Stake in International Students."  19 Nov. 1984.

“Commonwealth fund for Human Development,” working draft by Lewis Perinbam, CIDA, April 1985.

“The Commonwealth Centre of Canada: to advance Commonwealth understanding and exchange,” by Lewis Perinbam, [1986?].

35.

THBS's response to an invitation to continue to serve on the Commonwealth Standing Committee on Student Mobility, 22 Jan 1985.

36.

Two items re: need for a national policy on international students

- CBIE Communications, Dec. 1984, "CBIE spearheads approach to gov't on int'l student policy" (Articles in English and French)

- University Affairs, Jan. 1985, "Call for national policy on foreign student questions," by Julia Weston.

- “Time to end confusion in foreign student policy,” by Donald C. Savage in International Education Magazine, v. 1, n. 1, September-October 1985

37.

Announcement and agenda for University of Edinburgh, Centre of Canadian Studies, Canada-New Zealand Comparative Seminar, May 1985;

Canadian Academic Newssheet, n. 22, spring 1986, “Recent developments in Canadian Study Centres and Groupings,” re: recent opening of the Canada Room at Queen’s University, Belfast and the University’s designation as a Centre of Canadian Studies.

38.

Telex and correspondence, April 1985, Secretary of the Australian Vice-Chancellors' Committee re:  The Review Committee on Australian Studies established by the Government of Australian.

ACU ABCD Oct. 1992 No. 105, "Australian Universities in a Changing World."

39.

Publishers' announcement of new 1985 and previously available titles in the area of Canadian Studies, May 1985 by Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada, Ltd.

40.

Letter from President, CAUT, to the Minister of Employment and Immigration, Mar. 1985, re: recommendations in SQB.

41.

Letter to President, AUCC, May 1985, proposing that accumulated profits from the sales of TKO be used to establish an annual Lectureship in Canadian Higher Education.

42.

Honorary Membership of Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education, Mar 1985;

Award of Merit of the Association for Canadian Studies, April 1985;

Honorary Degree of D. Litt. from the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Dec. 1985.

43.

Visit to Trent by University of Edinburgh faculty and students in Canadian Studies, 1985.

44.

Journal of Canadian Studies editorial: "Which Way to the Rapture?" by John Wadland, Vol. 19, No. 3, Fall 1984 (Published Dec. 1984)

45.

Invitation to serve a further term on the Management Committee of the Canadian Northern Studies Trust, Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies, May 1985;

Correspondence regarding the ACUNS and the development of a National Science and Technology Policy (in part in response to TKO recommendations), from W. Peter Adams, Executive Director and Dr. David Low, Deputy Secretary, National Science & Technology Policy Sector, Ministry of State for Science and Technology, 11 March 1986.

46.

1985 Canadianization Report, Committee on Professional Ethics and Employment Cases, prepared for the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association by Jennie Hornosty.

47.

Posters prepared by Department of the Secretary of State re:  Canadian Studies for 1984-1985.

48.

Department of the Secretary of State:  Kit of Information and Application forms for the Canadian Studies Awards and Prizes Programme, 1984-1985.

49.

Correspondence, Dr. Colin J. MacMillan, Chairman of the Board, re: appointment as a National Director of the Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust, Dec. 1985/Feb. 1986;

1) Reappointment, Aug. 1989, correspondence THBS - Hon. Leonce Bernard, Minister of Community and Cultural Affairs, P.E.I.

2) Notes for remarks to the opening session of the semi-annual meeting of the Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust, 15 January 1993, Ottawa

3) Correspondence between THBS and Hon. Barry Hicken, re: re-appointment, August 1992 - August 1995.

 

4) Correspondence with Hon. Gordon MacInness, Minister of Human Resources and Education, PEI, re: appointment until 1998. 

50.

Correspondence with E. V. Schaubel, Director of the Geographical Services Division, Surveys and Mapping Branch, Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, re: invitation to serve as the first Chairman of the Advisory Committee on the National Atlas Program, November 1983;

Correspondence relating to Preface and theme of the fifth edition of the National Atlas of Canada (NACNAC)

- copies of National Atlas Information System, Report to the Minister of State (Forestry and Mines) 1988, 1990;

- THBS’ letter to Toronto City Councillor, Jack Layton, regarding the passing of his father, Robert E. J. Layton, former Minister of State (Mines), 3 June 2002.

- Correspondence with the Hon. Gerald S. Merrithew Minister of State (Forestry and Mines) re: National Atlas of Canada.

- The National Atlas of Canada, The Fifth Edition: An Information System. Ottawa: Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, 1988.

51.

1) Another Country: Writings About Henry Kreisel  by Shirley Neuman.

2) Letters re: Thanks for inscribed copy of book, Feb. 1986.

52.

"Canadian Short Stories Get Long Look from Europeans."

Globe and Mail, 11 Mar. 1986.

53.

Creation of the National Statistics Council; Invitation to serve on Council, Mar. 1986.

54.

The Canadian Studies Programme, Trent University, 1986-1987.

-student info. booklet and description of all courses offered through the Canadian Studies program

55.

Incorporation of the Canadian Educational Standards Institute (CESI), Jan. 1986.

56.

Northern Science Award:

1) Appointment of THBS as Chairman, 1986

2) Communique, 23 June 1986, announcement of THBS as chair of NSA and rest of committee

3) Extension of term correspondence from THBS to the Hon. Pierre Cadieux, July 1989.

4) Communique - announcement of winner of Northern Science Award, 1988.

5) Farewell, 1990, Letter to the Hon. Pierre Cadieux - 30 Jan. 1990.

6) Letter from Hon. Pierre Cadieux to THBS re: announcement of 1989 Award winner.

7) Note to Shelagh Grant, 1997 award winner, with thanks for her remarks pointing to neglect of Canadian Studies in and about the North, 26 May 1997; Letter to Shelagh Grant, congratulating her on the 1996 Northern Science Award and thoughts on the development and broadening of its terms of reference, 17 April 1997.

57.

Letter to Roy McMurtry - High Commissioner for Canada - reply to invitation to serve on the Board of the Foundation for Canadian Studies in the United Kingdom, June 1986.

58.

1) Correspondence between THBS and the Honourable Bill Rompkey, P.C., M.P., re: need for a national strategy for post-secondary education, 24 June 1986 (reference to keynote address at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education, 30 May 1986).

2) "Canada's need for a national strategy ..." June 1986, proposal written by Honourable Bill Rompkey.

59.

Appointment to Chairmanship of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, June 1986.  Statement by Hon. Tom McMillan.

60.

Time Higher Education Supplement, 15 Aug. 1986, "Canada Crosses the Water" (State of Canadian Studies in the UK).

61.

Invitation to serve on the Adjudication Committee for the Northern Telecom Canadian Studies Awards, July 1986.

62-63.

“Commission documents go to Trent,” Peterborough Examiner, 6 March, 1976;

Correspondence with Kenneth W. Johnson, University Archivist, 1972-1981;

Thomas J. Bata Library, Annual Report of the University Librarian for the year 1981-1982;

Correspondence with T. E. W. Nind, President and Vice-Chancellor, Trent University, re: Symons Papers;

Correspondence between THBS and Bernadine Dodge, University Archivist re: The Symons Papers at Trent, 1982-  ;

List of Ontario Human Rights Commission materials placed in personal papers at the Trent University Archives;

64.

Invitation to Chair Roundtable at the Annual Management Conference of Statistics Canada, Cornwall, 10 Dec. 1986.

65.

1) Appointment as founding Chairman of the National Statistics council, release 9 Oct. 1986.  Announcement by the Hon. Monique Vezina - Minister responsible for Statistics Canada.

2) Correspondence between THBS and Hon. Michael Wilson re: Re-appointment as chairman, 9 Nov 1992.

3) Correspondence with Hon. John Manley, June 1995, re: re-appointment as Chairman until 1998.

66.

International Cultural Relations:  Department of External Affairs to double funding support, 19 Nov. 1986;

For additional documents relating to the Department of External Affairs and Canadian Studies, 1974-1987, see six orange files of unclassified documents from External Affairs in the Symons Papers at the Trent University Archives.

67.

Establishment of the Charles R. Bronfman (CRB) Foundation, 1986.

Correspondence to Prof. Stephen Cohen, Pres. CRB, 2 Jan. 1987;

"Requests for Proposals" - CRB Foundation Announcements.

68.

TUFA Times, Vol. 1, No. 3, Mar. 1986, (Publication of the Trent University Faculty Assoc.) special issue on "Redressing the Sex Bias in University" (refs. pp. 1, 2, 5).

69.

Chairmanship of the National Library Advisory Board, Jan. 1987.

Correspondence with Dr. Marianne Scotte, National Librarian and Ronald Yeo, Retiring Chairman

70.

University of St. Andrew's:  Invitation to serve as a Patron of the Steven Watson Memorial Appeal; Chair  and North American Travelling Fellowship, 1987.

71.

Appointment as first chairman of the Canadian Educational Standards Institute, May 1987.

Letter from Chairman, C.I.S.; Letter in reply.

Announcement in Trent Alumnus, Summer 1987, Vol. 18, No. 3.

72.

Articles re:  The Governor General's Canadian Study Conference.

1) Globe and Mail, "Gabfest questions answered" by John Fraser 26 May 1982.

2) Globe and Mail, "Travelling University Busy Learning Ways to Care About Canada," by June Callwood, 3 June 1987.

73.

1) Survey of Canadian Universities and Colleges:  Requirements for the Study of Canadian Literature in various degree programmes, compiled for the Writer's Union of Canada, April 1984.

2) Toronto Star, 27 Dec. 1986, "Time to take a very fine poet to our hearts," by Donald Jones.

74.

1) Invitation to give opening address to 1987 Conference for Assoc. of Canadian Studies from Executive Director of the International Council of Canadian Studies, Feb. 1987;

2) conference programme.

3) letter of thanks for participation, June 1987.

4) correspondence with the Executive Director, A.C.S., Oct. 1987, re: publishing the opening address to the 1987 Conference, June 1987 at McMaster University.

75.

1) Harry Arthurs, "To Know Ourselves:  Exploring the Secret Life of Canadian Legal Scholarship" in Osgood Hall Law Journal, Fall 1985.

2) Correspondence to Dr. H. W. Arthurs, President, York University re: above article, 17 Sept. 1987.

3) Harry Arthurs, “Paradoxes of Canadian Legal Education,” Dalhousie Law Journal, 1976.

76.

Max von Zur-Muehlen, "Myths and Realities:  The Fallacy of Faculty Shortages in the Next Decade," in Canadian Journal of Higher Education, Vol. XVII, No. 1, 1987.

77.

Pierre Jeneau, President of the CBC, "In Defence of Canadian Culture," an address to the Association of Canadian Community Colleges, Hamilton, 3 June 1987.

78.

"Making Decisions About Academic Science and Engineering," by Prof. Ian Chapman, Working Paper, Administrative and Policy Studies Programme, Trent University, Feb. 1987;

Discussion and correspondence leading to the establishment by the Engineering Institute of Canada, and representatives of several Engineering Societies, of an Advisory Committee to make recommendations at regular intervals to the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada for the commemorative recognition of Canadian Engineers and Canadian engineering achievements, 1995.

79.

Article in University Affairs, June-July 1984, Vol. 25, No. 6, about Chapter IXC of SQB, "The Status of Women in Canadian Academic Life," by Naomi Black.

80.

University Affairs, Feb. 1984, Vol. 25, No. 6, contains major English and French features about SQB at the time of its release. The cover story; Letter from Gloria Pierre, Editor of University Affairs, re: SQB, 18 May 1983.

Pierre, Gloria. “Some questions of balance- Will Canada be ready for the 1990s?” University Affairs, Vol.25, No.6, February, 1984.

81.

Creation of the Canada Research Fellowhips. Announcement that all 3 nominees were successful, Directions In Research, Sept. 1987.

82.

An overview of Canadian Studies in Manitoba, ACS Newsletter, Fall, Vol. 8, No. 3, 1987.

83.

Canada and Polar Science: notes for an address by THBS on behalf of the Hon. Bill McKnight, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, to the Annual Meeting of the ACUNS, Ryerson 1 May 1987.

Announcement of "Appointment to Canadian Polar Commission," 16 Sept. 1991.

84.

Correspondence with President CAUT re: role in initiating National Forum on Postsecondary Education, Jan. 1988.

“Canadian Postsecondary Education: the cultural agenda” by THBS, presented to Canadian Society

“Canadian Postsecondary Education: The Cultural Agenda,” in Monographs in Education XVI: Postsecondary Education in Canada: The Cultural Agenda I. University of Manitoba, Fall, 1986.

85.

1a) Minister's announcement of the appointment of the Canadian Polar Research Commission Study, 14 Jan. 1988.

 b) Minister’s further announcement of the formation of a Canadian Polar Research Commission, 10 Aug. 1988.

2) Letter of 10 Jan. 1989 re: payment to Trent.

3) Letter to Hon. Pierre Cadieux re: extension of term as Chair of Northern Science Award Committee, 18 July 1989.

4) University Affairs Vol. 29, No. 4, April 1988, "Canadian Polar Research Commission Possible"

5) Announcement of appointment to Canadian Polar Commission Board of Directors, 16 Sept. 1991.

6) “Trip North completes 10-year tour,” Quill & Quire, July 1989, re: National Library of Canada Advisory Board’s travels to the territories.

86.

Donald H. Simpson, "Resources for Canadian Studies Outside Canada: An Outline Survey." 1987.

87.

Appointment to the National Planning Committee of the National Capital Commission, Jan. 1988.

Appointment of Vice-Chairman, NPC, Mar. 1991.

88.

"The Contribution of Investigatory commissions to Political Education A Commentary," paper presented to the Seminar on Political Education in Canada convened by the Institute for Research on Public Policy, Ottawa, Feb. 1987.

2) distribution list of article.

3) agenda of Conference.

4) article by THBS printed in Political Education in Canada, (J. Pammett, J.L. Pepin, eds., 1988)  Chapter 12, "The Contribution of Investigatory Commission to Political Education."

89.

"The Second Generation:  Time for a New Look at Canadian Studies," paper presented to the International conference on Canadian Studies, McMaster University, May 1987.

90.

"Presidents can and do make a difference," article by J. Francis Leddy in University Affairs, Nov. 1986.

91.

Establishment of the David Macdonald Stewart Professorship in Canadian Studies at U.P.E.I., Fall 1987.

Letter to Dr. C. W. J. Eliot, President, UPEI, from THBS re: the above Professorship - 7 Mar. 1988.

92.

History of the Literary Institution in Canada, 1987-1988.

Letter to THBS from researchers re: Thanks for agreeing to serve on Advisory Board Feb. 1988.

93.

University Affairs, Vol. 28, No. 9, Nov. 1987, "The Centre for the Study of Canada at the University of Pisa, Italy."

94.

Invitation to guest lecture at OISE for course on "the Arts, Culture and Education," in Jan. 1988; notes also in speech files

2) letter to THBS from Walter Pitman, Director OISE re: Thanks for participation in Fellows Night

3) Programme of lecture series OISE Jan-April 1988 (Note change in lecture given by THBS to 7 April 1988).

95.

Election to an Honorary Fellowship by Oriel College, Oxford, May 1988.

96.

Opening of the Reference Room and the Reading Room at the National Library, 18 May 1988.

97.

Announcement of establishment and correspondence re:  International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, CIDA, 1987-88.

98.

Australian Studies-Canadian Studies: Correspondence with Prof. Bruce Bennett, Fab-May 1988.

99.

Foundation for Canadian Studies in the United Kingdom, agendas of meetings of the Board, 1988-1991.

100.

Women's Studies in Canadian Studies at the University of Salzburg, Austria, 1988.

Correspondence to Dr. James Page from Katrina Bachinger, April 1988 with enclosed report "Women's Studies in the Society for Canadian Studies?" by K. Bachringer.

101.

ACS Newsletter, 15th Anniversary Issue, Vol. 10, No. 1, Spring 1988: "The Second Generation: Time for a New and Critical Look at Canadian Studies." 

102.

British Association for Canadian Studies, Canadian Academic Newssheet No. 24, Autumn 1986.

103.

Resources for Canadian Studies Outside Canada, an outline survey by Donald H. Simpson c. 1987

Toronto Star, "Is trade in our heritage too free?" April 1986

Request for brief sent to Minister Marcel Masse by Canadian Archaeological Assoc. re: export of heritage, April 1986.

104.

"Canada's Academic Relations with Germany, the State of Play," Dec. 1985.  Information leaflet No. 7(E) produced by Public Affairs section of the Canadian Embassy Bonn;

Pamphlet: Association for Canadian Studies in German-Speaking Countries.

105.

Canadian Studies:  An International Scholarly Activity, Canadian Academic Newsheet, No. 25, Spring 1987.

1) reviews Canadian Studies activity around the world

2) reference to TKO.

106.

Proposal for a Centre for Contemporary Canadian Studies at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne and Newcastle Polytechnic, 1988.

107.

"New Horizons:  Canadian Literature in Europe," by Reginald M. Nischik.

108.

Northern Studies:  correspondence with Prof. Trevor Levere of the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto, 1988.

109.

Response from Hon. Flora MacDonald, 20 Oct. 1988, to letter of 15 Aug. re: needs of the National Library and the National Archives.

110.

Publication of an adapted version of "Culture in the Commonwealth" in Policy Options, 1989.

111.

Invitation and response to serve on the Board of the Encyclopedia of Music in Canada, Oct. 1988.

112.

Address to Annual Conference of the Ontario Museum Association, Oct. 1988.

"Museum Planning and Leadership:  In Praise of Imagination" Programme of Conference, 19-23 Oct. 1988

113.

The Committee on Australian Studies:  visit to Trent of Professor Bruce Bennett, Feb. 1989

Australian Studies Newsletter, Queensland University; review of Windows onto Worlds, Sept. 1988.

114.

Centre for the Study of Canada at the University of Pisa, est. 1986.

Schedule for colloquium 3-4 Feb. 1989.

115.

Invitation to be a Founding Member of the National Advisory Committee for the Meewasin Foundation, Jan. 1989.

116.

Invitation and response to chair the National Committee to advise Fitness Canada on proposed directions for fitness research in Canada, Mar. 1989.

117.

Continued Development of Canadian Studies in the UK, Feb. 1989

118.

Creation of the Symons Fellowship in Commonwealth Studies, 1988 -1989.

Announcement and correspondence between THBS and Dr. Christodoulou, Secretary General, ACU, Nov. 1988 - Jan. 1989.

Oct. 1992 ACU ABCD Symons Award granted to Prof. Walter Kamba of University of Zimbabwe.

Announcement in Trent Fortnightly, 9 Feb 1989.

119.

Canadian Parks Service, Heritage Day Ceremonies and Awards, 1988, 1990, 1992.

120.

Election to Canadian Committee of la Maison des etudiants Canadiens in Paris, May 1989.

121.

World Culture Project invitation to serve as a member of the Advisory Group for the Canadian Component of the Project; Correspondence between THBS and Prof. D. Paul Schafer, July - Aug. 1989; A Proposal to Establish a Centre for Canadian Culture (Draft).

122.

Compte Rendu, Archives, Vol. 20, No. 4, 1989.

Article by Louise Gagon - Arguin, with reference to TKO and archives.

123.

1990 Opportunities Seminar:  National Atlas Information Service; agenda 31 Jan. 1990.

124.

Science Council of Canada's Conference on "Northern Science for Northern Society," 1990; Invitation and response to serve as chair of conference, Jan. 1990; Conference agenda, 20-22 Mar. 1990, Yellowknife, NWT; Science Council of Canada, News Release, “Official Unveiling of Canadian Circumpolar Map,” Yellowknife, 21 March 1990.

125.

Globe and Mail, "US Universities suffer from war research cuts, Stanford Pres. says." 10 Mar. 1990. re: George P. Schultz Fund for Canadian Studies at Stanford University, 1990.

126.

Proposal for an Interdisciplinary Master’s level program in Canadian Studies at the University of Manitoba, March 1985.

127.

"Academics Worldwide Zero in on Canada," Toronto Star, 15 April 1990, re: study of Canada, as a subject.

128.

Otonabee Region Conservation Foundation Appeal, April 1990.

129.

"Developing a Canadian Archival System." News release, 22 May 1990, by National Archives of Canada of funds allocated for project in 1990-91.

130.

Canadian Studies, 1989-90, Universite Sainte-Anne. Reprint of various sections of course calender.

131.

Assessment of draft article for Journal of Canadian Studies, Jan. 1990 by Prof. Bruce Bennett of University of Western Australia on "Australian Studies and Canadian Studies: Reports, Responses, Problems, Prospects." 

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1.

Canadian Studies Directorate Programmes, Department of the Secretary of State: 1987-88, 1988-89, 1990-91.

2.

Citation, the University of Manitoba, 1990 re: conferring of the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, to THBS 29 May 1990. “Community and Diversity,” THBS Remarks to the 111th annual convocation of the University of Manitoba, 29 May 1990.

3.

The Ruttan Report:  Canadian Studies in Western Europe, 1984 by Dr. Gerald F. Ruttan.

4.

Info. re: Canadian Visiting Fellowship, Macquarie University, Australia, 1990.

5.

Some developments on Canadian Studies abroad.

International Council for Canadian Studies - Bulletin, Vol. 6, No. 1, Spring 1987.

6.

Overview of some international developments in Canadian Studies, ICCS Contact, Autumn 1989.

7.

ICCS overview of international Canadian Studies, Spring 1990.

8.

The Waterloo Experience, by Stanley E. McMullin, in ICCS Contact, Autumn 1989.

9.

University of Ottawa symposium "Reappraisals: Canadian Writers," April 26-27, 1991 (Context North America:  Canadian-US Literary Relations - call for papers.)

10.

Notes from Beatrice Kowaliczko on the ACS, the ICCS, and the internationalization of Canadian Studies, April 1990.

11.

BNAC

1) Invitation to talk to the World Economic Forum, London, April 1990.

2) Report of the Annual Meeting 1990

3) Programme and Bio. notes on speakers for the meeting in London, 3-4 April 1990.

12.

Creation of the Canadiana Fund, 1990, and invitation to serve as a founding member; Brochure 1994-95

The Canadiana Fund: Preserving Our Common Heritage. Ottawa: National Capital Commission, March, 1990. (Brochure and Pamphlet)

Correspondence with Mrs.Jean E. Pigott re: invitation to serve as founding member of the Canadiana Fund.

13.

Correspondence re: the Drache Library [law library], University of Winnipeg and awards, 1990.

14.

Letter from Hon. Marcel Masse re: completion of terms as Chairman, National Library Advisory Board, 1990; Letter from Ronald Yeo, Saskatchewan, the preceding Chairman;  Remarks of THBS to the staff of National Library, April 1990; “Board Member retires,” Feliciter, June 1990; National Library of Canada Press Release, “T.H.B. Symons retires from National Library Advisory Board”; Memorandum from Marianne Scott, National Librarian, 28 March 1990.

15.

Role of TKO in the development of the concept of Pacific Studies at the University of the South Pacific.

Correspondence, Feb. 1988.

16.

Comments July 1990, of Prof. J. A. S. Evans, Head of the Dept. of Classic, UBC on TKO.

 17.

Brief on the National Statistics Council requested by the Royal Statistical Society, June 1990.

18.

Establishment of the Symons Award in Canadian Studies at Crescent School, 1989-1990.

19.

National Atlas Information Service, Opportunities Seminar:  address on "The Significance on National Geographic Information to Canada," 31 Jan. 1990, contained in the proceedings of Opportunities seminar.

Report on the NAISS - by Carry Wilson in Entre Nous, vol. 7, No. 11, Mar. 1990, Energy, Mines and Resources.

20.

Index to Pauline Greenhill's book True Poetry: Traditional and Popular Verse in Ontario, 1990.

21.

Federal and Provincial Support to Post-Secondary Education in Canada: A Report to Parliament, 1986-87.  Dept. Secretary of State.

22.

Establishment of the G. Robert Ross Distinguished Professorship of Canada-US Business and Economic Relations at Western Washington University, 1990.

23.

1) Canadian Studies at Waterloo, programme information, 1990.

2) "Canadian Studies at Waterloo - A profile of Expertise," Occasional Papers, No. 2, Ed. Stephen a. Jones, April 1988.

3) Article re: Canadian Studies at Waterloo - new distance education course on Francophones outside of Quebec - University Affairs, Dec. 1990.

24.

New Graduate Program in Archival Studies, University of Manitoba, 1990 for 1991.

25.

Correspondence with Walter F. Light, Chief Executive Officer, Northern Telecom, regarding Light’s address on the subject of the weaknesses of Canada’s university education system, and the parallel concerns of Some Questions of Balance, May-June 1984.

26.

1) International Canadian Studies Award of Excellence, 1990-91. Awarded by THBS by the International Council for Canadian Studies

2) Letter to ICCS re: recommendation of nomination for an International Canadian Studies Award of Excellence, Jan. 1991.

27.

Folio, Vol. 28, No. 14, University of Alberta re: Appointment of Prof. Karol Krotki to the National Statistics Council.

28.

Prof. Anne Piternickls research study of "The Historical Atlas of Canada: A Study of Collaboration and Communication in Research." - Application for Research Grant, Oct. 1990.

- Assessor's Report, Jan. 1991.

- Personal correspondence, Mar. 1991.

29.

Invitation to talk  at opening session, Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education, the Learned Societies, Queen's University, 2 June 1991.

Schedule of CSSHE Conference.

30.

Correspondence, Mar. - May 1991, with the Hon. Titus Allooloo, Minister of Culture and Communications, NWT re: Chairing the Meta Incognita Project.

31.

THBS as Vanier Seminar leader, Trent University, 1984-

32.

Canadian Studies Review:  Secretary of State, 1990-91.

1) Draft proposal by Dr. D. Cameron, U of T. 28 Dec. 1990

2) Correspondence to Dr. Cameron from Rod Cumming re: using the office files, 29 Feb. 1992.

3) CESA Bulletin re:TKO and David Cameron, Spring/Summer 1992.

33.

Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Journal of Canadian Studies. 

Letters of thanks for support and contributions, May 1991.

34.

Invitation and correspondence re: THBS talk to the 22nd Annual conference of the Association of Canadian Map Librarians and Archives, June 1988.

35.

Memo, dated 7 April 1983, to committee members re: Atlas of Northern Canada Project (1977-1983), The Royal Society of Canada.

36.

CAUT BULLETIN, June 1984, Proposal for a National Post-Secondary Education Act and recommendations based on SQB and endorsement of recommendations on Foreign Student Policy and Programmes

37.

THBS brief to the Minister Responsible for Statistics Canada (Hon. Michael Wilson) June 1991.

"The Resources Required to Sustain the National Statistical System: A Statement of Concern from the National Statistics Council.”

38.

"Culture in the Commonwealth: Some Questions about the Definition, Variety, and Diversity of Culture, and the Relationship of Culture to Education." 

and "The Relationship Between Universities and Culture and Problems of Cultural Pluralism" from Universities culture.

A paper presented to the 14th Quinquennial Congress of the ACU at the University of Western Australia, 8-12 Feb. 1988 by THBS, Perth, Australia.

Associated correspondence and article in University Affairs reporting conference.

39.

National Atlas Information Service.

Report to the Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources, Canada, by the National Advisory Committee of the National Atlas of Canada, 1988, 1990.

40.

"Canadian Post Secondary Education: The Cultural Agenda"

A paper presented to the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education by THBS, University of Manitoba, 30 May 1986.

41.

Further changes to Foreign Student Policy in Canada, re: work policy University Affairs, April

42.

Remarks by the Hon. Pierre Cadieux, Minister of Indian Affairs and the Northern Development at the Annual Meeting of the ACUNS, Laval University, Quebec, 5 May 1989.

43.

"Worries tended to dominate," article on Commonwealth University Congress, 1988 in University Affairs, April 1988, Vol. 29, No. 4. With reference to THBS and culture in the university.

44.

Invitation to attend the Historical Plaques Ceremony, University of Manitoba, 1989, et seq.

The first 6 of 24 unveiled, providing biographical information on the people for whom the University of Manitoba's buildings have been named.

45.

Proposal for a biography of THBS, by Jeffrey Holmes, November 1984.

46.

Aquaculture:  A working paper "Aquaculture: A Development Plan for Canada."  Related to UPEI and Atlantic Veterinary College, sponsored by the Science Council of Canada, Feb. 1984.

47.

"Symons Report in Review"

Announcement of A Conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education, June 1984.

48.

Visit of Peter Crabb, founder of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Canadian Studies, to Trent 1987.

Various correspondence Aug-Sept. 1987.

49.

Announcement: “Secretary of State gives over $11 million for Canadian Studies,” (1984-1987), 2 April 1984.

50.

Correspondence re: review of SQB in Society: Societe (Sociology and Anthropology) 1983.

51.

Letter, Dec. 1991, from Paul Audley re: The Cause-effect relationship between lack of effective information, cultural and communications links - and the parallel points re: lack of attention to Canadian studies in education - and the crisis of/in Canadian unity.

52.

Establishment of the Statistics Canada Lecture & links at Trent March 1992.

1) Invitation to deliver inaugural remarks.

2) Speech note for introduction of Mr. Gordon Priest.

3) Letter of thanks from Gordon Priest for Trent's hospitality.

4) Letter, work of THBS re: Stats Can from President of Trent, 8 Feb 1993.

53.

1) Invitation to meet with the Senate Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology; Mar. 1992, re: Its consideration of the issues and concepts of Canadian citizenship;

2) "Studying Citizenship in Canada: Issues for Consideration," 10 Feb. 1992

3) Summary paper presented to the Standing Committee by Dr. John Grant, "Citizenship Education in Historical Perspective ..." 13 Mar. 1992.

4) Letters of thanks from Senators Marsden and Kinsella on behalf of the Committee.

5) The final report, Canadian Citizenship: sharing the responsibility (Ref: works of Commission of Canadian Studies and submission of THBS to Committee, page 17-18).

54.

Notes for an impromptu response to the address of the UK Ministers of Education/Universities to BNAC at Bournermouth, c. June 1988.

55.

Canadian Heritage and Development Studies:  A Graduate Programme at Trent University, 1988; Frost Centre for Canadian Heritage and Development Studies, Trent University, Program Description, June 1997.

56.

Invitation to participate in National Capital Commission meeting October 1989 on Canadian Values and Identity.  5 Oct. 1989.

57.

Press release and backgrounders re: "Meta Incognita Project launched to investigate Frobisher's Voyage to the Canadian Arctic," 20 Aug. 1991.

58.

Report on Canadian Studies at Acadia University, June 1978; Proposal to support the establishment of a Canadian Studies programme at Acadia University, 1984; correspondence and related articles.

59.

The Atkinson Review of Canadian Studies, Vol 2, No. 2, Spring/Summer 1985. "An Industrial Strategy for Canada." and Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring/Summer 1986, "Canadian Youth out of Work."

60.

Response of the Trent University Faculty Assoc. to Chapter IX (Status of Women) of SQB in TUFA Times, Mar. 1986.

61.

Memo to Canadian Studies programme Committee from John Wadland re: Proposal to initiate a Diploma Programme for foreign students in Canadian Studies at Trent, April 1986.

62.

Memo from Orm Mitchell re:  Establishment of the Margaret Laurence Scholarship for "Outstanding achievement in the fields of Canadian Literature or Canadian Studies," at Trent April 1986.

63.

Invitation to talk to the 20th Anniversary of the Canadian Studies Programme at St. Paul's United College, University of Waterloo, Aug. 1990.

64.

Various correspondence re: Meeting of Canadian Studies Programme Committee administrators, ACS, Sept. 1990, Sackville N.B.

Correspondence from Larry McCann, Feb. 1991.

65.

Canadian Studies at the University of Waterloo and St. Paul's United College, 1986.

Case statement and description of programme.

66.

Proposal to establish a Canadian Studies Distance Education Programme at the University of Waterloo, by William Klassen, April 1991.

67.

Demographic Currents, C.D. Howe press release re: BNAC announcement of Demographic Currents by Richard Belous, Nov. 1991.

68.

Publication of Rome Paper:

- “The Nature & Importance of Canada's Academic & Cultural Relations with Italy and the Mediterranean World”

- An address to the opening session of the Conference of Italy - Canada Research, Rome 12-16 December, 1988.

- Ottawa 1989 - publishing date.

- Correspondence re: the Conference of Italy, invitation to deliver opening address, and   issues of funding for the trip.

69.

Bulletin of the Canadian Mediterranean Institute, Jan. 1989. Re:  Summary of agenda of Rome Paper & Conference.

70.

Information Re: The Canadian Mediterranean Institute and a copy of "The Rome Paper" - 1989 and an invitation to deliver the opening plenary address to the Conference on Italy - Canada Research, in Rome, 1988.

Symons, Thomas H.B. THE NATURE AND IMPORTANCE OF CANADA’S ACADEMIC AND CULTURAL RELATIONS WITH ITALY AND THE MEDITERRANEAN WORLD. Ottawa: Canadian Mediterranean Institute, 1989.

71.

“Museum planning and leadership: in praise of imagination,” a paper presented to the 17th Annual conference of the Ontario Museums Association, Peterborough, 23 October, 1988; Published as “In Praise of Imagination,” Museum Quarterly, v. 17, n. 1, February, 1989.

More for Less: Inexpensive Innovation. 17th Annual Conference of the Ontario Museum Association. Peterborough, Ontario. 19-23 October, 1988.

72.

Programme and other items related to "In Praise of Imagination," speech to the Ontario Museum Association Conference, Peterborough, Oct. 1988.

73.

Creation of the Heritage Council at Upper Canada College, April 1991. Correspondence and related documents.

74.

Canadian Studies at Trent University: Student information booklet and syllabus, 1992.

75.

Establishment of a Native Art Studies Association of Canada, 1985.

76.

Toronto Star editorial, July 1985 Re: Foreign Students and SQB.

77.

Globe and Mail, 3 April 1986, "Middle-age spread on Campus ..." by Bronwyn Drainie, re: TKO.

78.

International Education Magazine (CBIE), Jan/Feb. 1986

Reprint from Globe and Mail, "For Foreign Students," by Jeffrey Simpson and original article, 8 Jan. 1986.

- “The Community and Race Relations Committee of Peterborough,” by Pat Parnall, regarding International students at Trent University and Sir Sanford Fleming College.  CBIE International Education Magazine, v. 2, n. 6, November-December 1986.

79.

Correspondence with Joan Rondeau and Allan K. Gillmore, re: publication and translation arrangements for third volume of To Know Ourselves, tentatively entitled Human Resources for the Study of Canada: A Question of Balance, March 1982;

80.

Reprint notice of Foreign Student Chapter in SQB by Canadian Higher Education Research Network and correspondence to Dr. Max von Zur-Muehlen, Executive Director, CHERN, from Joan Rondeau, December 1985;

Request from the Canadian Commission fro UNESCO to reprint the "Status of Women" in Canadian Academic Life, Feb. 1986.

81.

Request to the AUCC from Acadia University to reproduce a chapter from TKO, "The Rational for Canadian Studies," July 1985.

82.

The Business Fund for Canadian Studies in the United States.

Correspondence and documents, 1990.

83.

"CAUT upgrades Status of Women Committee as part of its campaign against an "unjust" situation" by Johanna Foster.

"Lobbyists Notebook," by Donald Savage, in Bulletin CAUT, June 1985.

84.

CAUT correspondence and documents re: foreign students, 1985.

85.

Inventory of Canadian material in the Archives of the Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith at the Vatican;

TKO and the study of Religions in Canada; Correspondence with Professor John Burbidge, Trent University, May 1985.

86.

1) Of More Than Academic Interest - Women at UNB. Report of the President's Advisory Committee on the Status of Women - University of New Brunswick, Oct. 1990.

2) Correspondence with Dr. Wendy Robbins, Chair, Presidential Advisory Committee, UNB.

3) Quotation in epitaph from SQB.

87.

Correspondence with Prof. Trevor H. Levere - Institute for History and Philosophy of Science and Technology - University of Toronto, Sept. 1988 Re: Canadian Arctic Studies.

88.

Correspondence, Nov. 1989, to Keith Spicer RE: Special National

Potential Role of the University of Ottawa.

89.

Correspondence from Greg Baeker, Executive Co-ordinator, Ministry of Citizenship and Culture, to THBS, 24 July 1987, Re: TKO and on Heritage Policy Review.

90.

Canadian Studies Programme - Trent University: Enrollment statistics, 1984-90.

91.

1) "Ontario Universities in a Broader Context: the need for a national strategy in Canadian Higher Education Research." Conference on Ontario Universities (paper published by the Ontario Economic Council, Ontario Universities: Access, Operations and Funding, David W. Conklin & Thomas J. Courchene, Eds., Toronto, 1985.

2) Invitation to participate at Ontario Economic Council's conference, July 1984 & conference agenda.

3) Correspondence to Dr. David Smith, Principal, Queen's University, June 1986.

4) Letter from Francis R. Whyte, Director General Council of Ministers of Education, Re: Published article, Aug. 1989.

5) Distribution of correspondence, financial arrangements and other correspondence related to 1985 conference.

6) Rompkey, Bill. “Education: the need for a national strategy” De Novo, vol.2 no.2, Fall, 1986.

92.

1) "The Cultural Impact of Industrialization and Technological Innovation."

13th Congress of Commonwealth Universities, University of Birmingham, Aug. 1983. List of speakers.

2) Remarks to the Convocation of Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, 13 June 1983.

93.

1) Review of "Bilingualism in Education: Aspects of Theory, Research and Practice." (Jim Cummins and Merrill Swain) for the Journal of Education Policy, Vol. 3, No. 2, April/June 1988.

2) Correspondence from G. Milburn - J of E P - University of Western Ontario, 1987.

94.

Correspondence with Beatrice Kowaliczko, Executive Director, Association for Canadian Studies, Feb. 1992 RE: Visioning workshop on Canadian Studies; invitation to THBS to speak at opening reception.

95.

British North American Committee (BNAC) publication: "Demographic Currents: Trends and Issues that Face the US, the UK and Canada," by Richard S. Beous with a forward "Demography, the Carapace of the Economy," by THBS; Sept, 1991.

96.

The Toronto Historical Board "1990 Annual Report - 30th Anniversary Issue" re: address and presentation of Certificate of Commendation to THBS, Dec. 1990.

97.

"Marching to the beat of 11 educational drummers," by Mavor Moore, Globe and Mail, 25 May 1985.

“Mavor Moore wins arts award,” by Matthew Fraser, Globe and Mail, 28 November 1986.

“A Chance to set an example,” Mavor Moore, Globe and Mail, 18 June 1988.

98.

Correspondence RE: Stuart Smith Commission of Inquiry on Canadian Universities, Oct. 1990. ("To a considerable extent, we are modelling our effort on the work of your own Commission ...")

99.

Meta Incognita Project, Conference of Researchers, Process-verbal, 22-23 Oct. 1991, Canadian Museum of Civilization;  Meta Incognita/Frobisher Symposium, Trent University, May 1997.

100.

1) Confederation Birthplace Commission Interim report, June 1991

2) "Powerful Memories, Powerful Dreams" - final report of the Confederation Birthplace Commission, submitted to Premier Joseph A. Ghiz, (PEI), Oct. 1991.

3) Invitation from Premier J. A. Ghiz and acceptance by THBS to serve as a member of the Confederation Birthplace Commission, Dec. 1990 - Jan. 1991.

4) Confederation Birthplace Commission mandate and terms of reference

5) Announcement of provincial/municipal agreement to commemorate Charlottetown area as the Birthplace of Confederation, Dec. 1990.

6) Press release Re: Final Report of the Commission, 30 Apr. 1992

7) Statement to the Legislature by the Hon. Barry Hicken, Minister of Communications and Culture Re: the final report, 30 April 1992.

8) Bill 49, PEI, Confederation Birthplace Act, 1992.

9) Letter of thanks on completion of work from Premier J. A. Ghiz, 14 Feb. 1992.

Box 8

Folder

1.

Notice of the Richard J. Schmeelk Canada Fellowships, to promote bi-cultural understanding and enhance business and governmental relations; Globe and Mail, 17 Nov. 1990.

2.

1) Arrangements to establish the Robert and Mary Stanfield Fund for Canadian Studies at McGill University. Correspondence between THBS and the Right Hon. R. L. Stanfield, July 1992

2) 25 Aug. 1992 - letter from R. L. Stanfield to the Federation Board re: THBS' proposal.

3) Some correspondence from the Principal of McGill

4) Correspondence and Deed of Trust, Jan/Feb 1993 re: locating Foundation at McGill.

5) Final financial statement, June 1993.

3.

1) "Proposition de programme de Maitrise en etudes canadiennes," College Universitaire de Saint - Boniface, 12 Nov. 1991.

2) Correspondence between THBS and Professors Richard Benoit and Raymond Hebert, College Universitaire de Saint - Boniface, Nov. 1991 - Mar. 1992.

4.

1) Review of Canadian Studies Programmes at York 1992-93, copies of the report and other related documents.

2) Various correspondence with Lorna Houston and Ross Rudolph re: Invitation to act as an external consultant for the Programme Review of Canadian Studies at York University, May - Oct 1992.

3) Other correspondence and items.

5.

University Affairs, Vol. 30, No. 6, June-July 1989 Re: the Nordic Association for Canadian Studies.

6.

Correspondence between the Hon. Titus Allooloo, M.L.A. - Minister of Culture and Communications, NWT and the Hon. Jean Charest, Minister of the Environment Re: the re-appointment of THBS as Chairman of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, June - July 1991.

7.

Correspondence between THBS and Prof. C.W.J. Eliot, President of UPEI and Chairman of the Association of Atlantic Universities

Re: Invitation to deliver the keynote address at the A.A.U. Conference at Universite Saint - Anne, on the occasion of its 100th Anniversary, 14 - 15 June 1990.

8.

Correspondence re: invitation to participate and co-chair the science and technology forum, sponsored by Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Ottawa, Nov. 1989.

9.

Establishment of the Arthur Caplan Research Group in Canada - US Studies at University College, University of Toronto; 1987-1988.

10.

Letter from Prof. Dennis Stairs, Vice President, Academic and Research, Dalhousie University to THBS, re: SQB, 11 Mar. 1984.

11.

Notes for remarks to the Conference on the 5th Edition of the National Atlas of Canada, Ottawa; 19 April 1989. Re: "The Development and Prospects of the National Atlas Information System."

12.

"Report of the National Advisory Committee on the National Atlas of Canada for the period 1 April 1988 - 3 March 1989."

- Letter from THBS to A. Davidson, President Royal Canadian Geographic Society, re: publication of Atlas for 1993 at the same time as NACNAC's publication.

13.

Draft text: A paper presented at the opening of the "Options for a Renewed Canada" conference at St. Paul's College, University of Waterloo, 21 Aug. 1992.

14.

Speech at the reception given by the Council of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) in honour of THBS, outgoing Treasurer and former Chairman, on 3 Nov. 1988, at the Haberdashers Hall, London, England.

15.

1) Correspondence THBS to Canadian High Commissioner, Frederick S. Eaton, 7 Sept. 1992, proposing the institution of Programme Reviews for Canadian Studies Programmes abroad containing reference to York University review.

2) Correspondence with Lorna Houston, York University, 8 Oct. - 30 Oct. 1992, re: Programme review at York (12 May - 2 July 1992)

3) Correspondence with Dr. Susan Mann, President of York University, 18 May - 26 May 1993.

4) Copy of the final draft of the review and other items.

5)  Correspondence with Stephan Holowka, Editor Avancer, Canadian Studies Student Assoc. at York.

6) Letter from and to Deborah Hobson, Vice-President at Dalhousie University, re: report

16.

Annual report, ACU, 1988 – 1989 re: THBS retirement.

17.

Minutes of the 26th Annual General Meeting of ACU, 3 Nov. 1988.

Chairman's remarks re: THBS and ACU.

18.

1) A Plan of Action submitted to the Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources by the National Advisory Committee for the National Atlas of Canada, Dec. 1988.

2) Copy of Cartographica, spring 1984 re: "The Map as Natural Language," by C. Grant Head, Wilfred Laurier University.

19.

Remarks at the opening of the exhibit on "Roots and Routes:  Immigration to Peterborough," by THBS, 4 June 1989.

20.

"The Canadian Experience," by Brian Peck from the Times Educational Supplement, Scotland, 8 Jan. 1982.

21.

Establishment of the Symons Prize in Canadian Studies at York University, May 1993.

Also letter from Principal Roseann Runte, Glendon College reporting intention to establish similar scholarship.

22.

Establishment of the "Symons Fund" at Oriel College, Oxford, for Canadian and Commonwealth Studies, 1992.

Correspondence between THBS and David Rampersand (Director) and Ernest Nicholson (Provost) as well as Celanese correspondence.

23.

Canadian High Commission, UK, Canadian Academic Newsheet #38, Summer 1992 re: Archival work for the National Archives of Canada in the UK.

24.

Canadian Memorial Foundation; some correspondence, 1992.

25.

Dorothy Symons Prize for Canadian Studies at Havergal College, Toronto, 1992.

26.

“To Know Ourselves,” in Canadian Archives in 1992. Ed.Marcel Caya, Ottawa: Canadian Council of Archives, 1992. pp.62-70

Acknowledgements of the work of the Commission on Canadian Studies:  "The initial stimulus came from ...";

"The report of the Symons Commission, entitled To Know Ourselves, is notable as the first effort to examine the state of archives in Canada.";

"The impact of the recommendations of TKO cannot be overestimated ..."

Correspondence re: Canadian Archives in 1992 with Marion Beyea, Provincial Archivist, New Brunswick, November, 1992.

27.

Canada Council Killam Research Fellowship Assessment of Dr. Anton Wagner's project on Canada's Cultural Revolution: "The Canadian Arts Council/Canadian Conference of the Arts: 1945-1995."

28.

Invitation from Professor Paul A. Robberecht, Chairman of the Canadian Studies Committee, to attend the first workshop for chairmen, co-ordinators and directors of Canadian Studies Programmes, to be held 21-22 April, 1979, at the Canadian Plains Research Centre, University of Regina;

Minutes of the National Library Advisory Board, Ottawa, April 1990 re: Meeting of Co-ordinators of Canadian Studies Programmes

29.

Minutes of the National Library Advisory Board, Ottawa, April 1990 re: Various Canadian Studies items.

30.

1) Request from Lucette Nobel in the Master/Doctoral Programme in Canadian Studies at the Sorbonne Novelle, Paris.  Jan & Feb 1993

2) Correspondence with Lucette Nobel Mar-Apr 1994 re: thesis on Canadian Studies in Canada and Abroad: the Last 20 Years (1973-1993) prepared for the Universite de Paris III, Sarbonne Nouvelle, and distribution list.

3) Correspondence 5 May 1995 re: publication of thesis and a copy of thesis

4) Canadian Studies Abroad, paper presented to Annual Conference of the Association for Canadian Studies, Calgary, June 1994

5) Correspondence from Lucette Nobelle, 7 Nov 1994 re: publication of a paper by the Université Libre de Bruxelles, translation into Dutch to help establish basis of Canadian Studies Centre in Flanders, etc.

6) Decision to proceed with further projects focussing on Canadian Studies in the Baltic States and their connection to Scandinavia

31.

Invitation from the Spanish Association for Canadian Studies, March 1993 Seminar.

1) Preserving Canada’s Printed Heritage: a brief to the government of Canada by the Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, November 1984 (see reference to TKO, page 2); Letter to Marcel Masse, Minister of Communications, from Murray C. Shepherd, University Librarian, University of Waterloo, re: financial assistance to the CIHM.

2) Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions (CIHM) - Correspondence between THBS and the Director of CIHM and the President of SSHRC re: Continuing Role of CIHM, Nov 1992.

3) Letter from Pam Bjornson, Apr. 30 1993 re:  SSHRC declining to fund CIHM.

4) Letters from Dr. Patricia Flemming to THBS, 11 March 1993 and 14 Feb 1994.

32.

The Margaret Laurence Scholarship in Canadian Literature or Canadian Studies, Trent University, correspondence 1993.

33.

The case for Canadian Studies Programme Reviews outside Canada.

Some correspondence with Frederick Eaton, Canadian High Commissioner, 1992. (30 Oct. 1992) (7 Sept. 1992)

34.

Essays commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Masters in Public Policy and Public Administration.  Prof. Paris Arnopoulos, Concordia University, Montreal.

35.

"Experience Canada" and the Canadian Heritage Arts Society. Correspondence with the Executive Director, Janis Dunning, Charlottetown, 1993.

36.

Louis-Edmond Hamilin, "Le Vocabulaire De L'Hiver," re: winter, nordicity, and Canadianity.  1993.

37.

Honourary degree conferred on Hon. Tom McMillian by Bridgewater State College, 1993, in recognition of his active involvement in the growth and development of its Canadian Studies Programme. 

38.

Exchange of correspondence with Joseph Ghiz at the time of his retirement from the post of Premier of Prince Edward Island, 1993.

39.

1) The Review of Canadian Studies, by Dr. David Cameron, 1993. First draft, queries and comments by THBS.

2) Letter to THBS 23 July 1993

40.

Pre-University Canadian Studies, Woodsworth College, the University of Toronto.  Information and correspondence with the Principal, Dr. Noah Meltz, 1993.

41.

Correspondence with the Canadian Studies Student's Assoc. at York University, and Editor of Avancer, 1992-93; Letter from Stephan Holowka, founding editor of Avancer, re: his view that Avancer should be based at Trent, May 1994.

42.

THBS letter to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, 23 September 1986, re: higher education and the Throne Speech;

THBS letter to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, 17 May 1993.

43.

Correspondence regarding the care not given to the grave sites of the Fathers of Confederation, 24 Aug. 1993.

44.

Discussions with Premier Catherine Callbeck, P.E.I. Aug. 1993.

45.

McGill Institute for the Study of Canada

46.

Proposal for a Symons Centre for Canadian Studies at Trent University.

47.

Leonard R. Sussman, Freedom House, New York.  Re:  To Know Ourselves.

48.

The Samuel Reichman Fellowship in Canadian Studies, Cambridge.

49.

Establishment of the Charles R. Bronfman Lecture in Canadian Studies at the University of Ottawa, Autumn 1993; Invitation to Antonine Maillet’s talk, “Le pays cree l’artiste qui recree son pays,” CRB Lecture in Canadian Studies, University of Ottawa, 6 November 2001.

50.

Establishment of the Joint Program of Canadian Jewish Studies at York University and Concordia University, Autumn 1993.

Appointment of Irving Abella to the J. Richard Shiff Chair for the Study of Canadian Jewry at York University, Globe and Mail, 10 September 1998.

51.

Establishment of an Institute for the Study of Canada at McGill University, 1993; McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, Fifth Annual Report, 1998-1999; Announcement in McGill Reporter of Professor Antonia Maioni as the new Director of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, 7 June 2001; Letter from Desmond Morton re: stepping down as Director, 12 June 2001; THBS’ letter to Desmond Morton re: relinquishing the Directorship, 9 July 2001; Reply from Desmond Morton, 24 July 2001.

52.

Pilot project to collect and catalogue Canadian Studies Materials produced abroad; National Library and International Council for Canadian Studies, Apr. 1988; Canadian Academic Newssheet, no. 39, Autumn 1992, “The National Library of Canada: It’s work with and for Canadianists overseas”– description of work with International Council for Canadian Studies; National Library News, “Celebrating 10 years: The Preservation Collection of Canadiana at the National Library of Canada,” by Gwynneth Evans, January 1998; “Reference Sources for Canadian Genealogy at the National Library of Canada,” by Mary Bond, National Library News, May 1997.

53.

Development of Northern and Polar Studies at Trent, Trent Polar Paper, Mar/Apr. 1993.

54.

Canadian Polar Commission; first publication, a description of background, mandate, etc.; Canadian Polar Commission Annual Report, 1992-1993, 1993-1994.

55.

Planning for a Canadian Studies Programme at College de St. Boniface, Manitoba, 1990;

Visit to Trent - itinerary for Profs. R. Herbert & R. Benoit, including lunch with THBS, 7 Mar, 1990;

Invitation to serve as External Reviewer for a proposed Master's degree in Canadian Studies at College Universitaire de Saint Boniface, Manitoba, Oct. 1993;

Report/Review on Master's degree programme, 25 Jan 1994

56.

National Film Board of Canada and Canadian Studies, James E. Page, March 1990

57.

Election as Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, 1993.

58.

ACS Conference call for June 1994, meeting: "Canadian Studies at Home and Abroad" - "a reassessment of Canadian Studies since the publication of the Symons' Report." 

59.

Election to a visiting fellowship by Robinson College, Cambridge University Feb 1993.

60.

CBIE Award, 1993

61.

“Women’s Studies at York to offer Ontario’s first master’s and Canada’s first doctorate,” York Gazette, 15 September 1991;

Invitation to participate in the Second National Workshop on the History of Women in Canada, Ottawa, February 1994.

62.

Canadian-American Studies, Western Washington University

63.

Les etudes quebecois au Quebec et au Canada anglais, Fernand Harvey, Institut quebecois de recherche sur la culture Quebec, Dec. 1993.

64.

Russell, Thomas N. Strength of Choice: A History of the Canadian Association of Independent Schools. Toronto: Canadian Association of Independent Schools, 1993.

-Correspondence with Robert Bedard, President of The Canadian Association of Independent Schools re: Thanks for copy of Strength of Choice.

65.

Abbey Bookshop in Paris, Globe and Mail article 1991.

66.

Italian Association for Canadian Studies; York Gazette, 18 May 1984, “Murray A. Elia Chair in Italian-Canadian Studies established at York.”

67.

Profiles in Upper Canadian Legal History, from the Dictionary of Canadian Biography.  Correspondence between THBS and Laura Macleod of University of Toronto Press, Apr 1992.

68.

Oyez3 Vol. 5 No. 2, 1993 Royal Society of Canada, National Committee for Public Awareness of Science.  Articles:  Discovery of Canadian Chemistry; Celebrate Canadian Chemistry!; New Canadian Geoscience Information Centre;  and other items.

69.

National Design Competition for the Confederation Birthplace Commemorative Area, Charlottetown 1993

70.

Work of the "Aims and Objectives Committee" at Upper Canada College, 1989-90.

71.

Completion of the Royal Ontario Museum's Canadian Heritage Floor, 1994.

72.

National Library News, Creation of the Institute on Canadian Bibliography, (ICB), Aug. 1993.

73.

The Current State of Canadian Heritage and Development Studies in Canada and elsewhere:  Issues, Roadblocks, and Opportunities; talk to the Frost Seminar 26 Jan 1994

74.

Canadian Studies and Special Projects Directorate, Information and Application Guide, 1993/94, 1994/95.

75.

Books on Canada:  Canadian Studies Recent Titles, 1994

76.

"Just what was asked - The Canadian Studies program at the University of Edinburgh has been pondering a few questions." re: Canadian Studies abroad, Globe and Mail 25 Mar 1994

Northern Coasts and Islands: Early Connections -- interdisciplinary conference, Canadian Studies and Scandinavian Studies, University of Edinburgh, May 2003.

77.

"Sailing through history in different boats," by Michael Valpey, Globe and Mail, 1 Apr. 1994, re: TKO.

78.

The Idea of the University, Community, Scholarship and Learning.  Notes for remarks by THBS for an informal evening at Catherine Parr Traill College, Trent University, 24 March 1994;

Otonabee College Council Award: “The Council of Otonabee College recognizes T. H. B. Symons for his outstanding contributions to the College,” 18 March, 1994.

79.

The acquisition of the George Back sketchbooks for the National Archives of Canada, 1993 – May 1994 – re: the Frobisher Expedition  – Annual review of the National Archives of Canada, 1993-94, pp. 42.

80.

1) THBS: Introductory essay for Confederation Centre of the Arts, Membership brochure (PEI), 1994-95 season and 1995-96 season.

2) Confederation Centre of the Arts general information brochure 1994-95, and     1995-96.

3) Confederation Centre of the Arts annual vacation guide for Islanders and Visitors, 1994-95, Guardian/Evening Post 21 July 1994.

4) “Confederation Centre of the Arts: How it began,” The Guardian/The Evening Post, 21 July 1994, by THBS.

81.

Canadian Academy in Italy (formerly Canadian Academic Centre in Italy – CACI);

– correspondence and material

– letter from Egmont Lee, President

82.

Symons Fund – Fathers of Confederation Building Trust, Charlottetown PEI, established 1994.  Letter from Chairman, June 1995.  Further correspondence, 1994 -  .

83.

Canada and Polar Science Conference sponsored by the Canadian Polar Commission, Yellowknife NWT, May 1994.

– annual report of CPC, 1993-94, pp. 12-13 re: conference

– further, 1995

84. (see also Box 9 Folders 1-5).

Correspondence, notes, documents, drafts and research materials re: addresses and chairmanship of the Canada and Polar Science Conference sponsored by the Canadian Polar Commission, Yellowknife, NWT, May 1994.

Box 9

Folder

1-5. (see also Box 8 Folder 84).

Correspondence, notes, documents, drafts and research materials re: addresses and chairmanship of the Canada and Polar Science Conference sponsored by the Canadian Polar Commission, Yellowknife, NWT, May 1994.

6.

Establishment of the Symons Prize in the new Canadian Studies Masters programme at Collegé universitairé de Saint Boniface, University of Manitoba, 1994

7.

Establishment of Symons Fund at Robinson College, Cambridge for Commonwealth-Canadian Studies, October 1994.

- further, May 1995.

8.

“Cook receives century-old Japanese award,” York University Gazette, vol. 24, n. 25, 13 July 1994.  Announcement of Ramsay Cook, York University History Professor and proponent of Canadian Studies, receiving The Order of the Sacred Treasure.

9.

The St. John’s College Canadian Studies Conference at the University of Manitoba, October 1994.

– invitation to THBS to attend and speak

– programme

– conference banquet notice

– letter of thanks to conference co-ordinator

– reference to paper in Michael Valpy’s column, Globe and Mail, 10 March 1994.

10.

Forward – Gilbert and Stewart Bagnani catalogue, November-December 1994, re: Vogrie.

11.

1) “The Greening of Heritage: Historic Preservation and the Environmental Movement,” a paper to the “Green Gutters and Gargoyles” 1992 Provincial conference of LACACS, 11 June 1992.

2) Correspondence with Janice Fialkowski, P. S. B. Wilson, 1992.

3) “Saving buildings with an environmental twist,” by Scott Whalen, Peterborough Examiner, 12 June 1992.

4) copy of Linking Cultural and Natural Heritage, proceedings of the LACACS conference.

5) copy of Trent Fortnightly review, 18 May 1995.

12.

“More Questions of Balance,” editorial by Michèle Lacombe, Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 29, n. 2, Summer 1994.

SEE ALSO: numerous Some Questions of Balance references

13-14.

Canadian Studies at Home and Abroad – papers presented to the Association for Canadian Studies 1994 conference, Calgary: “A Reassessment of Canadian Studies since the publication of the Symons Report in 1975.”

– programme

– “Heritage Minutes: History, Culture or Myth,” two talks by Janice Dickin McGinnis and Elspeth Cameron

– “Enseigner la culture québécoise aus États-Unis: le cas de Western Washington University,” Louise-Marie Bouchard

– “Mexico-Canada Trade: A Bilateral View,” Pedro Castro-Martinez

– “Women, Texts and Difference in the Canadian Context,” Eva Darias-Beautell

– “Constructing a Scots-Canadian Ground: Family history and Cultural translations in Alice Munro,” Christopher E. Gittings

– “A Propos de la Recherche sur la Francophonie à l’extérieur du Québec,” Yolande Grisé

– “Poverty in Canada: a vital challenge,” Senator Heath Macquarrie

– “Approaches interdisciplinaires et cinéma québécoise: la contribution therique des sociologues américains,” Yves Laberge

– “Reflections on Canada,” Aritha van Herk

– “On attractions and keeping Canadian Studies students,” Karen Unland

– “Images of the Landscape in the Jesuit Relations from the Missions to the Hurons, 1662-1650,” Monique Taylor

– “Canadian Studies as Comparative Studies–the Israeli Experience,” Arie Shachar

– “Canadian Studies in Alberta’s Community Colleges,” Dean Wood

– “The Canadian Role in the Process of Economic Bloc Formation in North America,” Dr. Alejandro Alvarez

– “Reflections on Canada in the Year 1994,” J. F. Conway

– “Playing Canadian Drama Abroad: Theatre Productions and University Studies in Australia and Britain,” Anne Nothof

– “Canadian Studies Abroad,” Lucette Nobell

– “Growth in the Antipodes: Canadian Studies ‘Down-Under,’” Warwick Wilson

– “AVANCER – Students, Publication and Organization in Canadian Studies,” Stephen Holowka

– “Les etudes Québécoises en Lousiane: Problemes et Perspectives,” Bénédicte N. Maugière

– “Revisiting our Classics–a comparative study of Survival and El Laberinto de la Soledad,” Graciela Martinez-Zalce

– “The Changing Nature of Canadian Studies in the Schools,” Amy von Heyking

– “Innes at 100: Reflections on his legacy for Canadian Studies,” Mel Watkins

– “Les nouvelles tendances des etudes Canadiannes en Belgique et en Italie,” Serge Jaumain et Matteo Sanfilippo

– “Teaching about Aboriginal peoples in Canada: when is it appropriate to appropriate?” Sylvia O’Meara and Douglas A. West

– “J. D. Logan and the Great Feud for Canadian Literature, 1915-1923" Gwendolyn Davies

15.

Stephan Holowka, “AVANCER: Students, Publications and Organization in Canadian Studies,” a paper presented to the ACS 1994 Conference in Calgary

16.

“Let the Deed Show” – remarks to Sir Sanford Fleming College dinner to launch the College Scholarship Fund, 16 September 1994 – Correspondence and programme

17.

Establishment of Canadian Studies in Slovakia, Comenius University in the former Yugoslavia, July 1994

18.

Correspondence with Marco Adria, Peter Gzowski: an Electric life, re: dedication to THBS, 3 January 1995

Adria, Marco. Peter Gzowski: An Electric Life. Toronto: ECW Press, 1994. (dedication to T.H.B. Symons)

19.

“The past is a big part of the future,” William Neville, Winnipeg Free Press, 29 December 1994, re: 75th Anniversary Symposium of Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada.

20.

Special meeting of the National Library Advisory Board, Ottawa, 9-10 December 1994.

21.

Ralph Heintzman, “Political space and economic space: Quebec and the Empire of St. Lawrence,” Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 29, n. 2, Summer 1994; Note from THBS 14 November 1994.

22.

“Private lives and Public service” talk given to the National Capital Chapter of the Trent Alumni Association, January 1995.

23.

Establishment of the Weston Fund for Canadian Art at the Confederation Centre of the Arts, PEI, 16 March 1994.

24.

Correspondence with President George Connell, University of Western Ontario, January 1984, re: response to Some Questions of Balance and remarks to UWO’s Senate; UW Gazette, “Task Force suggests change in Canadian Studies,” 1 March 1989.

25.

Canadian Studies at Western Washington University – some correspondence with Katherine Cornfield, 6 March 1995

26.

Canada-Switzerland Literary Prize, established in 1981 by the Canada Council and the Foundation Pro Helvetica – communiqué from 13 March 1995.

27.

“Heritage Minutes: History, Culture or Myth?” an introduction to the papers presented by Elspeth Cameron and Janice Dickins-McGinnis at 1994 ACS Conference, Calgary, June 1994.

28.

Polar Record, Vol. 30, n. 175, October 1994, “Canada and Polar Science,” by THBS (pp. 311-313)

29.

Programme of Canadian Polar Science Conference, sponsored by the Canadian Polar Commission, 17-19 May 1994 – Introduction to Canadian Polar Conference, program overview and opening and closing remarks by THBS;

Card of thanks and appreciation from members of the Canadian Polar Commission.

30.

Brochure, 1995 Canadian Educational Standards Institute (CESI)

31.

News/North, 4 July 1994, “Statistically, the North is a National Extreme.” re: Canadian Polar Science Conference, May 1994

32.

“A tallywacking from Newfoundland,” by Michael Valpy, Globe and Mail 10 March 1995, re: St. John’s College, University of Manitoba talk “The Canadian University and the Twenty-first Century,” by THBS

33.

ACA Bulletin, Vol. 19, n. 4, March 1995, “Where have we been and where are we going: the ACA celebrates twenty years,” by Lynne St. Hillaire-Tardif, re: TKO, Association of Canadian Archivists, and archives – distribution list

34.

“The Commonwealth’s Treasure House,” in CAM, Cambridge University Alumni Magazine. Michaelmas Term, 1993.

35.

Doctoral thesis of Rita Deverell, “Arts Policy, Society, and Children: towards guidelines for the inclusion of the Arts for children in Arts policy in English Canada.” – Letter to Susan Padro, Graduate Studies, OISE, 28 November 1983.

36.

Trent’s 30th Birthday fundraising event, for the Symons Trust for Canadian Studies, 25 May 1995 at the Palais Royale in Toronto – program for the evening; Notes to Trustees of the Symons Trust for Canadian Studies from THBS, May 1997; Correspondence from Joan Vastokas re: resignation of Chair of Committee of Trustees for the Symons Trust Fund for Canadian Studies, January 2000;  Correspondence with Norman Webster, Chancellor of UPEI, 15 September 1997, re: Symons Trust for Canadian Studies at Trent.

37.

Letter from Jean Charest, leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada, 25 May 1995, re: Canadian Studies.

38.

Foreword, Ritchie’s catalogue, Bagnani Estate contents of Vogrie Auction, 12-15 December 1994; and “Gilbert and Stewart Bagnani: an appreciation,” Trent (Alumni magazine), v. 26, n. 2 (Spring, 1995).

39.

Correspondence regarding Canadian Studies at Cambridge University with the Honourable Donald McDonald and Professor Anthony Hopkins, Smuts Professor of Commonwealth History, 25 June 1995, and 13 April 1995.

40.

Correspondence with J. Wilmer Blanchard of PEI regarding Islanders Away, 22 August 1995.

41.

Canadian Heritage Accounts and National Programs at the National Library of Canada as of November 1995, including: A National Strategy for Preservation in Canada and a Canadian Information Resource-Sharing Strategy.  National Library News, November 1995, Vol. 27, n. 11.

42.

CBIE Synthesis, Summer 1995, Vol. 6, n. 2, pg. 4, “Symons heads Commonwealth Commission”

43.

15 June 1995 – News release from the Commonwealth Secretariat, “Secretary General Appoints Commission on Commonwealth Studies.”

Report of the Commonwealth Secretary-General, 1995; Development and Good Governance: Local Action, Global Reach

44.

Notes for remarks at the HSMB ceremony at Old Brewery Bay in Orillia ON, 26 June 1994.

45.

The Stanley Knowles visiting Professorship in Canadian Studies at the University of Waterloo, 1996.

46.

Correspondence with John Tansey, re: Introduction into the “Crescent School Hall of Fame,” 6 May 1996.

47.

Establishment of the “Celanese Canada Internationalist Fellowship” for Canadian Post-Secondary students.  News release from Celanese, 8 May 1996; “Investing in our future: Celanese launches Internationalist Fellowships,” Esprit, Winter 1996.

48.

Proposal for Master of Arts Programme in Canadian Studies at the University of Calgary.  Correspondence with Michael McMordie, Dean, Faculty of General Sciences, 10 August 1994.

49.

Books on Canada 1996.  Canadian Studies, front and back list.

50-51.

Report of the Commission on Commonwealth Studies, Learning from Each Other: Commonwealth Studies for the 21st Century

1) Interim Report, October 1995

2) Advance copy of Final Report, June 1996

3) Final Report, June 1996

52.

Obituary for J. J. Robinette, Peterborough Examiner, 21 November 1996.

53.

Letter to Pierre Côté from THBS, 6 November 1996, re: being founding Chairman of Celanese Internationalist Fellowships

54.

Speech presented by Donald Whitcomb, re: the Celanese Internationalist Fellowships, 17 November 1996.

55.

Studies in Canadian Citizenship: a lecture given at St. Thomas University, Fredericton NB, “How Canadian Studies contributes to Canadian Citizenship,” 18 February 1997.

56.

Correspondence with John Mitsopolos, Manager of Invest Ontario, re: Ontario Business Ambassador program, 15 November 1996.

57.

Correspondence with Sonja Bata of the Bata Shoe Museum on its 1st Anniversary, 19 August 1996.

58.

Interchange on Canadian Studies, a forum of national issues for Canadian High School students.  Letter forwarded by Peter Adams, MP, 6 January 1997.

59.

The William Armstrong Scholarship, established at Trent University in Northern and Polar Studies, June 1997.

60.

Letter from Director of Libraries and Archives, Linda Johnson, 30 June 1997.

61.

Election as a life member and as honorary Director of the Canadian Educational Standards Institute

62.

Guest and honorary member of the Empire Club, Annual Christmas Luncheon, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, 1997

63.

Northern Studies at Trent University, Northline, by Professor Peter Lafleur

64.

Summer Explorations in Canadian Cultures (SECC), Trent University – June-July 1998; SECC brochure

-SECC 2003 Coursepack

-SECC 2004 Brochure

-Correspondence with Beth O’Reilly re: SECC, 17 December, 2003.

-SECC 2004 Program Schedule and Coursepack

-Notes for opening talk Canada’s Place in the World, for SECC 2004.

-Fax re: Time Immemorial, a film by James Cullingham.

-Correspondence with Beth O’Reilly re: participation in SECC 2004. February,    2004.

Box 10

Folder

1.

Trent University Canadian Studies Program, 25th Anniversary Celebration, 7 April 1998, at the Kaos Café, Peterborough ON

2.

Notes for the Report on the Meta Incognita project to the Iqaluit community, 8-9 November 1997.

3.

Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions (CIHM)

– Annual Report, 1996-1997, page 6, Mandate and background

4.

Canadiana: The National Bibliography, now available on CD-ROM, National Library News, June 1998, vol. 30, n. 6;  National Library of Canada News Release, 2001-14, “AMICUS Web: Free Service from the National Library of Canada,” Winnipeg, 14 June 2001; News Release, 2001-01, “Canadiana turns 50,” 15 January 2001.

5.

Collection of works in Heritage languages, National Library News, June 1998, vol. 30, n. 6          

6.

“It’s time to send history back to school,” Toronto Star, 30 June 1998.

7.

Canadian Studies in Israel: the first 20 years, correspondence with Dr. Joseph B. Glass and documents, 1998.

8.

Athabasca University, BA major in Canadian Studies, from course calendar, 1998-1999.

9.

Known research uses of the Symons papers and TKO files: Janet Friskney, MA (Trent), Doctoral candidate (Carleton), Research conducted in TKO files, August 1998; Letter to THBS, 22 February 1997.

10.

National Library News, October 1998, vol. 30, n. 10, “Canadian Studies Awards for two close associates of the National Library of Canada,” [THBS and Dr. Helmut Kallmann] by Gwynneth Evans.

11.

Recording of Canadian MA and Doctoral theses by the National Library of Canada in the national bibliography, Canadiana;

“Doctoral theses and the Discipline of History in Canada, 1967 and 1985,” Presidential Address by William Acheson, Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association, 1986.

12.

Nordicity and Canadianity

13.

Remarks at Meta Incognita book launch at Royal Geographical Society, London, June 1999.

14.

La maison des étudiants canadiens à Paris, 1999 visit.

15.

Launch by Governor General of Early Canadiana Online, Rideau Hall, 28 May 1999; New Release, Ottawa March 2001, “Early Canadiana Online Website Expanded.”

16.

Establishment of New Sun Awards for Aboriginal students at Trent University, 1999.

17.

The Henrietta Harrey Chair, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1999.

18.

Canadian Studies activities at Indian Universities.

Shastri Indo-Canadian Annual report, 1997-98 (Canadian Studies programme and activities); Canadian Studies Summer Institute at Concordia University – Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, December 1998; 1998-99 Annual Report; 1999-2001 Programme Guide; Annual Report, 2000-2001.

19.

Proposal for endowment of a Trust Fund for the Journal of Canadian Studies, May 1999.

20.

Canada Day Parade, Peterborough ON, 1 July 1999.

21.

THBS Peterborough Examiner article, 19 April 1999, re: Trent University and Canadian Studies.

22.

Canadian Studies in Pakistan, 1999-

23.

Peter Adams, MP, “Education and research in Canada’s North,” chapter 6 in Learning to be Circumpolar.

24.

Canadian Studies initiatives at the University of Toronto, April 2000.

25.

Walter Pitman’s Learning the Arts in an age of uncertainty (see page 134 specifically), and correspondence re: plans to write a biography of Louis Applebaum, 1999.

26.

Statistics Canada information online at http://www.statscan.ca

27.

Correspondence leading to the THBS paper in vol. 35, n. 1 of Journal of Canadian Studies.

28.

Canadian Canoe Museum, Peterborough ON

29.

“Canadian Studies,” from A Dictionary of Cultural and Critical Theory, edited by Michael Payne (Blackwell, 1996);

“Canadian Studies,” from The Canadian Encyclopedia, second edition (Hurtig Publishers, 1988);

“Symons, Thomas Henry Bull,” from The Canadian Encyclopedia, second edition (Hurtig Publishers, 1988);

References to the Symons Report and TKO in Barry M. Gough’s Historical Dictionary of Canada (Scarecrow Press, 1999).

30.

Agenda for Annual General Meeting, Art Gallery of Ontario, October 1999.

31.

Web module, Meta Incognita project, 1990-1999 (1999).

32.

Commentary, “A socially responsible company,” in Esprit, v. 8, n. 3 (Fall 1997) May, 1997.

33.

Decision to close the Canadian Studies program at University of Guelph, October 1999– Note from program Director Brian Woodrow, 28 November 1999; MANECCS News & Views, July/August 1999; THBS notes for discussion with Brian Woodrow, et. al.

34.

The Dominion Institute: Rudyard Griffiths; Correspondence with Charlotte Gray, re: the Historica Foundation and the Dominion Institute, and the teaching of Canadian history.

35.

Interdisciplinary Canadian Studies program at St. Paul’s College, University of Waterloo.

36.

Concordia University Chair in Canadian Jewish Studies; “Taking root,” Concordia’s Chair in Quebec and Canadian Jewish Studies and the Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies – Concordia University Magazine, June 1999.

37.

Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) Award of Merit (announcement regarding the award and its sponsors)

38.

“Canadian Studies and the Canadian University in the Twenty-first century,” a paper presented to the St. John’s College Conference on Canadian Studies, on the Canadian University in the Twenty-first century, at the University of Manitoba, 14-16 October, 1994.  Later published in Research monographs in Higher Education, no. 3, The Canadian University in the Twenty-first Century (1996).

-Correspondence re: Conference

-Conference Program: St. John’s College Canadian Studies Conference, October 14-16, 1994. “The Canadian University in the Twenty-First Century.”

-”A tallywacking from Newfoundland” The Globe and Mail, March 10, 1995.

39.

Expansion and renovations of the McCord Museum, Montreal PQ, completed 1992.

40.

Remarks by THBS on the Occasion of the Presentation of the Governor General’s International Award for Canadian Studies, Ottawa, 27 May 1998; International Council for Canadian Studies biographical sketch of THBS on occasion of Governor General’s Award; National Library News, v. 30, n. 10 (October 1998), “Canadian Studies Awards for Two Close Associates of the National Library,” by Gwynneth Evans.

41.

“Giving the Past a Future,” a Conference on Innovation in Teaching and Learning History, McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, 29-31 January 1999--special acknowledgement and presentation to The Hon. Pauline Marois, Former Minister, ministère de l’Education du Québec, and THBS.

42.

Canadian Studies at York University, 2000.

43.

National poster campaign to promote Canadian Studies, 1998 – “Canadian Studies: Routes to Knowledge”

44.

Vice-Regal support for Canadian Studies, 1999.

45.

Minutes of meeting of Canadian Studies programme Chairs, Sherbrooke PQ, June 1999.

46.

Establishment of the Institute for Canadian Studies at the University of Ottawa, 1997.

47.

THBS Scholar in Residence and Ward Lecturer, St. John’s College, University of Manitoba, March 1983; on Applebaum-Hebert; Notes for The Marjorie Ward Lecture, “Canadian Studies: Who Cares?”, by THBS, 17 March 1983.

48.

“The State of Canadian Studies at the year 2000: some observations,” by THBS, Journal of Canadian Studies, Spring 2000;  Note to George Kitching, Esq., Managing Director, Rothschild Canada, 2 February 2001, re: THBS JCS article; Letter to Gail Myatt, CRB Foundation, re: THBS Journal of Canadian Studies article, “The State of Canadian Studies at the year 2000," May 2001; Correspondence from Desmond Morton, Director of McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, 11 December 2000, re: JCS article; “Checking the pulse,” editorial by Christl Verduyn, President of ACS, re: JCS article, in Canadian Issues, Summer 2000.

49.

“Rare piece of Canadian history sold in New York,” by Richard Foot, National Post, 9 December 1999.

50.

Galilee Fellowships for visiting Canadian scholars, 1999-2000.

51.

“National Statistics Council of Canada: outside perspectives enrich Agency’s work,” &StatCan, 1997; National Statistics Council, Agenda items, November 1999.

52.

Robert McDougall obituary, Globe and Mail, 10 and 12 August 2000.  McDougall established the first Canadian Studies graduate program in Canada at Carleton University.

53.

Founders’ Hall: National Heritage Advisory Board, 2000.

54.

CRB Foundation, Heritage Minute Project.

55.

ACS Grant application to Canadian Studies Directorate, Department of the Secretary of State, 1987-1988.

56.

Report on problems in the hiring practices of Departments of English in Canadian Universities, 1984.

57.

“CSAA Ethics Committee’s report on ‘Canadianization’ recommendations,” Society-Societé, vol. 7, n. 3, October 1983.

58.

Canada Council for the Arts 2000 and 2008 Canada-Japan Literary Awards – announcement, Communiqué, 21 September 2000; “Broader criteria and enhanced value for Canada-Japan Literary Awards,” Communiqué, 5 November 1999. Oct. 28, 2008

59.

Foundation for Canadian Studies in the United Kingdom – Chairman’s Annual Report, 1999.

60.

CRB Foundation – Heritage Fairs Program

– correspondence with Ann Dadson, 1997

– Thomas S. Axworthy, “Memory matters,” An address to the Canadian Club of Toronto, September 1997.

61.

Heritage Canada conference – “Lightening the Burden: Taxation, Regulation and Heritage Property,” October 1997;

Invitation to serve on the Heritage Canada Awards Jury, 2003.

62.

THBS correspondence with Ms. Catherine O’Grady of the Canada Council, 21 March 2001, 4 June 2001.

63.

THBS correspondence and comments re: Professor Richard de Neufville’s (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) draft chapter on International differences in the planning and operation of airports, and the interaction of culture and technology.  18 June 2001.

64.

National Library of Canada News Release (2001-17) re: Images Canada – “Images Canada puts Canadian Culture online,” 25 June 2001.

65.

Governor General’s Canadian Study Conference – advertisement in Toronto Star, 27 May 2000

66.

Canada Council for the Arts Communiqué, 10 November 1999, re: Four Canadian Aboriginal Artists Receive Prince and Princess Edward Prize in Aboriginal Literature.

67.

Treasures of the National Archives of Canada, Ottawa 1992.  Foreword by National Archivist re: TKO

68.

THBS correspondence with M. Martin Bélanger, Office of the Chief Electoral Officer Elections Canada, re: Bélanger’s draft of A History of the Vote in Canada, May 1997; Letter of thanks from Jean-Pierre Kingsley, 12 December 1997.

 69.

Obituary of Claude Thomas Bissell, with regrets from THBS, 26 June 2000.  Letter from Claude T. Bissell to THBS, 26 November 1979.

70.

Canadian Studies: A guide to the Sources, by John D. Blackwell and Laurie C. C. Stanley-Blackwell, from the International Council for Canadian Studies web-site, June 1999 [http://www.iccs-ciec.ca/blackwell.html]

71.

Canadian Studies at St. John’s College, University of Manitoba, 2001 – In Lumine, St. John’s College Newsletter, vol xiv, no 2, June 2001.

-Also pamphlet “Building on Strengths: Campaign for the University of Manitoba”. Goal of raising money for St. John’s College.

72.

Letter from Gwynneth Evans, President of Association for Canadian Studies (ACS), 23 December 1997, re: creation of small group of distinguished Canadians to support the ACS as it enters its second twenty-five years.

73.

Conference to celebrate 25 years of Canadian Studies Programmes at the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT) – correspondence with Director of International Academic Relations, DFAIT, Alan Bowker, June-July 2001.

74.

Establishment of 1) Avie Bennett Historica Chair in Canadian History, 2) Chair in Canadian Literature at York University, 2001.

75.

Visit to Trent University by Professor Alan Orenstein, Director of the Canadian Studies programme at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 1985.

76.

“Educating the Commonwealth about the Commonwealth” by THBS in The Future of the Commonwealth: A Golden Opportunity, published by the Royal Commonwealth Society, 1997.

77.

Address to the Annual Meeting of the Council for Education in the Commonwealth, June 1997.  Correspondence with John May, Esq., Activities Secretary, Council for Education in the Commonwealth, September 1997.

78.

Information deficit in Canadian content on the Internet.  Correspondence from Janice Dickin, University of Calgary regarding “Information Deficit: Canadian Solutions,” a conference sponsored by Information Resources and the Faculty of Communication & Culture, University of Calgary in partnership with Universite de Montreal, 29-30 October 2001.

79.

Web Module: Meta Incognita Project, 1990-1999.  Correspondence with Stephen Alsford, Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation, 28 September 1999.

80.

International Council for Canadian Studies, 2001 – Includes: leaflets outlining programs funded by the ICCS Endowment Fund and related programs funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade; ICCS Publications list; Foundation for Canadian Studies brochure; information brochures on ICCS member Associations worldwide, including: Brazil, Cuba, Venezuela, Mexico, Korea, the Netherlands, England, Germany, Japan, Norway, India, Canada, France, Ireland, Belgium, U.S.A., Russia, Italy, Spain, Israel, China, Australia; ICCS Research Dissemination Program information.

81.

Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development, information package, 2001.

82.

 “Low marks in Canadian history,” by Joanne Harris Burgess, Globe and Mail 4 January 1997.  Burgess teaches Canadian Studies at Glendon College, York University.

“We’re History: A Nation without memory.”  Comment in Globe & Mail, 6 February 1999 by Mark Starowicz, Executive Producer of CBC’s Canadian History project, The People’s History, concerning the role of the public broadcaster in educating Canadians on their history.

83.

Canadian Studies Publications from various Canadian Studies Associations and the International Council for Canadian Studies, 2001.

84.

Letter of congratulations to THBS from Curtis Barlow, Executive Director and CEO of the Confederation Centre of the Arts, regarding being honoured by the PEI Museums and Heritage Foundation for contributions to Island heritage as Chair of the National Historic Sites and Monuments Board, 19 February 1997.

85.

Demise of Canadian Studies programme at the University of Alberta, 2001.

86.

Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada, founded by architect Martin Eli Weil, 1974.  Information regarding Martin Eli Weil Prize, 2001.

87.

Canadian Studies programme at St. Thomas University, Fredericton NB: Chair of Studies in Canadian Citizenship and Human Rights.  Correspondence with Alan Sears, Program Coordinator and Research Associate, 17 March 1997.

88.

“Memoire sur le droit d’auteur,” présenté par Ginette Noel, présidente, A.A.Q., and Marcel Caya, Président du Comité sur le droit d’auteur, vice-président, A.A.Q., to the Association des archivistes du Quebec, October 1984.  See reference to TKO, page 3.

89.

Guest lecture by THBS, GL/CDNS 4200F.06 “Seminaire de recherche en etudes Canadiennes,” Glendon College, York University, 30 January 1997.  Correspondence with Professor Geoffrey Ewen and Yves Frenette, Associate Professor and Coordinator of Canadian Studies Programme, Glendon College.  Le programme d’etude canadiennes, 1996-97.

90.

Gilbert and Stewart Bagnani Endowment Trust Fund.  Program for Beggarly Productions presentation of “The Bush-Ladies in their own words,” adapted and directed by Molly Thom.  Part of the Trent University 35th Anniversary Celebration at Showplace Peterborough, 16, 17, 18 October 1999.

91.

Remarks to the 135th annual Convocation of St. John’s College, University of Manitoba, 4 November 2001.

92.

Launch of Trent’s PhD. Programme in Canadian Studies with Carleton University—the first In Canada.  Correspondence between THBS and Professor Joan Sangster, Director of the Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Native Studies, 2001.

93.

“The Royal Society of Canada, the Conservation Movement, and the Department of Canadian Heritage,” in Profile: Newsletter of the Royal Society of Canada, v. 4, n. 1 (Fall 1995), re: special edition of the newsletter reflecting the shared interests of the Society and the Department of Canadian Heritage in natural and built heritage.

94.

Submission by the Conference of Independent Schools, Canadian Educational Standards Institute to the Select Committee on Education, Legislative Assembly of Ontario, 13 September 1988;  Hansard Official Report of Debates, First Session, 34th Parliament.

95.

Committee to Review Australian Studies in Tertiary Education (CRASTE), Australian Studies Centre Newsletter, No. 11, December 1985, “What is Australian Studies;” Australian Studies Centre Newsletter, No. 12, December 1986, “A Foretaste of CRASTE,” and “The Great Interdisciplinary Brain.”  References to TKO throughout.

96.

“Too much of a good thing? Canadian Studies in the 1980s,” J. L. Granatstein and Douglas McCalla, Canadian Historical Review, March 1984;

A Critique and Documentary Evidence on The Great Brain Robbery: Canada’s Universities on the Road to Ruin [by David Bercuson, Robert Bothwell, and J. L. Granatstein], by Max von Zur-Muehlen, University of Ottawa, Working Paper 84-60, 1984;

“Authors accuse Bulletin of dodging fair debate,” by D. J. Bercuson, R. Bothwell, and J. L. Granatstein, CAUT Bulletin, v. 32, n. 1, February 1985, with hand written note from THBS attached;

“Debating the demise of Canadian Studies,” by Michèle Dupuis, The McGill Tribune, v. 6, issue 18, 10 February 1987;

“Universities up against the wall,” review of the Great Brain Robbery by Margaret Cannon, Globe and Mail, 8 September 1984;

“Historians present weak case for elite universities,” review by Davidson Dunton, Ottawa Citizen, 8 September 1984;

President’s Message, The American Review of Canadian Studies, Spring 1984, re: The Great Brain Robbery and Canadian Studies;

“Which way to the rapture?,” comments by John Wadland, Journal of Canadian Studies, Fall 1984;

“University follies: the devaluation of higher education,” review by Malcolm McGregor, The Sun, 20 October 1984;

“Low marks for examination of Canada’s universities,” review by Geoffrey C. Andrew, Quill and Quire, November 1984;

“Reviewers solve The Great (Brain) Robbery case,” by Donald C. Savage, CAUT Bulletin, v. 31, n. 8, December 1984.

“So, we’re not a great power.  Big deal – let’s be a great nation,” J.L. Grnatstein, Globe and Mail, Monday 10 August, 2009.  “A somewhat late convert to the cause of To Know Ourselves.”

97.

Establishment of Daryl Bennett Fund for Canadian Studies, December 2001.

98.

Institut Économique de Montréal; correspondence between THBS and M. Michael Kelly-Gagnon, Executive Director, December 2002.

99.

David Cameron, Taking Stock: Canadian Studies in the Nineties; National Library of Canada News Release, “Cameron Report on Canadian Studies Officially Launched at National Library,” 12 February 1996;  Executive Summary (French and English); Correspondence with Vincent Masciotra, Administrative Director, Association of Canadian Studies, re: Cameron Report, 23 February 1996; THBS congratulates David Cameron on his recent awarding of the Governor General’s Award for Canadian Studies, 14 December 2002.

100.

Inauguration of the Chair in Canadian Irish Studies, Concordia University, 2002.

101.

Dalton Camp Canadiana Centre, L. P. Fisher Public Library, Woodstock NB.  Information on the establishment of the Centre; Obituary for Mr. Camp, 21 March 2002, Globe and Mail.

102.

Estey Centre for Law and Economics in International Trade, Saskatoon SK.

103.

Some thoughts for the Brisbane conference on Commonwealth Studies, University of Queensland, Australia, 4 September 2001.

104.

The Future of Commonwealth Studies conference, September 2001 (rescheduled due to events of September 11th in New York, USA)

105.

Correspondence with Jon K. Grant, re: Broadview Press’ special edition of Stephen Leacock’s Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town, 7 May 2002.

106.

Correspondence with Professor Barry M. Gough, Wilfred Laurier University, author of the Historical Dictionary of Canada, 12 February 2001.  Inscription to THBS by the author.

107.

“Our elite must act to help preserve Canada,” by David Crane in the the Business Today section of the Toronto Star, 26 May 2001, re: TKO, Canadian Studies and business and intellectual elites.

108.

Correspondence re: talk to the Royal Statistical Society, London, England, June 2002.

109.

History of the Book in Canada volume 3 1918-1980, Chapter 1, “Books and Print in Canadian Society,” Section 2.3, “Canadianization of the curriculum: primary, secondary, post-secondary, including Symons Report and role of paperbacks.”  Draft chapter outline, July 2002.

110.

“They made a Difference,” Peterborough Examiner editor, Ed Arnold, profiles some people who influenced the development of Peterborough during the twentieth century.  Including: “Thomas Symons: Educator; First President put stamp on Trent,” 26 May 1999.

111.

Draft Vision Statement for the new Canadian Museum of Civilization, 20 May 1987.

112.

“Canada: The First Postmodern State?,” British Association of Canadian Studies Annual Conference 1993, King’s College, University of Cambridge, 26-28 March 1993.

113.

A Canadian Landscape Image Archive: Phase I, Proposal submitted to the Canadian Studies and Special Projects Directorate, Department of the Secretary of State, by Jonathon Bordo and John Wadland, Trent University, 1 April 1992.

114.

To See Ourselves/To Save Ourselves: Ecology and Culture in Canada, 1990 Annual Conference of the Association for Canadian Studies, University of Victoria, 31 May-1 June 1990.

115.

Canadian High Commission, Canadian Academic Newsheet Number 30, Autumn 1989, “Canadian Studies in Canada,” outlining the history and development of Canadian Studies programmes in Canada.

116.

Province of Manitoba review of teaching of Canadian History in schools, 2002-2003. Correspondence with Professor Ken Osborne.

117.

THBS receives the Order of Ontario, 5 February 2003. Reports from the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Peterborough Examiner, Peterborough This Week, and Trent Daily News, 5-6 February 2003.

118.

The Royal Visit to Wanuskewin and designation of Wanuskewin Heritage Park as a national historic site with a plaque unveiling by Her Majesty, the Queen, 6 October 1987.

Box 11

Folder

1.

Selection as the recipient of the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) Award of Merit, in recognition of the key development role and personal and professional commitment expressed by Professor Symons at an international level.  Awarded 8 November, 1993.

2.

Notice of award of the Commemorative Medal for the 125th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation from His Excellency The Right Honourable Ramon John Hnatyshyn, for significant contributions to Canada, community and fellow Canadians, 30 November, 1992.

3.

Appointment to the Board of Parc Downsview Park, December 2002.

4.

Canadian Studies Programs Review, York University: A Review of the Canadian Studies Programs in the Faculty of Arts at the York Steeles Campus, at Atkinson College, and at Glendon College, by Professor Patricia Smart (Carleton University) and Professor Thomas H. B. Symons, March 1993;

Undergraduate Program Review: Canadian Studies Program, Glendon College: report of the External and Internal Consultants, Professor James Struthers (Trent University) and Professor John Hutcheson (York University), March 2003.

5.

References to To Know Ourselves in Mel Hurtig’s, The Vanishing Country: is it too late to save Canada? (McClelland and Stewart, 2002).

6.

Formation of the Canadian Archives Foundation / Fondation canadienne des archives.  Correspondence with James Lambert, President, February, 2001.

7.

Correspondence with Lucette Nobell regarding meeting with THBS at Cambridge to discuss the development of Canadian Studies abroad, January - April, 1993.

8.

Promotion to the rank of Companion in the Order of Canada, October 1997. Noted in Frostline.

9.

Invitation to take on the role of President of the newly formed Association for Commonwealth Studies from Professor Michael Gibbons, Secretary-General of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, 18 February, 1999.

10.

Notes for remarks at the ceremony for the unveiling of an Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada plaque commemorating Province House, Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the occassion of its 175th anniversary, in the presence of Her Majesty, the Queen, 13 August, 1994.

-Follow-up thank you to Her Majesty the Queen for her presence at the above event, 21 October, 1994

-Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada Pamphlet “Commemoration of Province House National Historic Site August 13, 1994.”

11.

“Geography prof lands Arctic grant”, Peterborough Examiner, 22 Aug. 2003, and congratulatory letter to Professor Lafleur from Professor Symons.

12.

“Academic and Cultural Relations between Canada and the United Kingdom.” The Commonwealth Foundation Occasional Paper Number XL1X. Britain and Canada, A Colloquium Held at Leeds, October, 1979.

13.

“Some Thoughts on the Nature and Value of National and Regional Atlases.” Cartographica: The Purpose and Use of National and Regional Atlases. Monograph No. 23/ 1979.

14.

“Cultural diversity, Canadian identity, and Canadian federalism,” a paper presented to the Australia-Canada Colloquium on Public Policy in Two Federal Countries, The Australia National University, Canberra, 4 September, 1981.  Public Policies in Two Federal Countries: Canada and Australia, edited by R. L. Mathews (Canberra: ACU Press, 1982).

-Various correspondence, notes, and documents.

- Canadian Studies in Australia and New Zealand: aiding understanding among Pacific neighbours. Peter Crabb, School of Earth Sciences, Macquarie University, Australia.

15.

Chair, Heritage Day Ceremonies, West Block of the Parliament Buildings, 19 February, 1990.

16.

Notes for Remarks at the ceremony for the unveiling of an Historic Sites and Monuments Board plaque commemorating the Land Tenure Question in Prince Edward Island at the Brighton Compound, Charlottetown, 3 August, 1989.

17.

Correspondence with the Hon. Benoit Bouchard, P.C., M.P., Minister of Industry, Science, and Technology, 28 December, 1990. re: Statistics Canada and the state of official statistics in the United Kingdom and the United States.

- “Making a mockery of official statistics,” Globe and Mail, 1 August, 1990, p. B6.

18.

The Centre for Quebec Studies, University of Leicester, England.

19.

Commemoration of St. Dunstan’s Basilica, Charlottetown, by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, 8 August, 1996: some correspondence, notes and documents.

20.

75 Years and Counting: A History of Statistics Canada, foreword by THBS, 1993.

21.

“Human Rights and Peace- Some Canadian Priorities? An Overview of the Colloquium,” in Human Rights and Peace. Ottawa: Canadian Human Rights Foundation, February 10-11, 1984.

22.

Cover Headline: “Founding President T.H.B. Symons Retires”

“Tom Symons and Trent,” in TRENT, v.25, n.2, Spring, 1994.

23.

Celanse Millhaven Plant, 40th anniversary, September, 1994.

What’s Happening? Celanese Millhaven Plant, December, 1994.

Commemorative Keepsake: Millhaven 1954-1994. Letter from T.H.B. Symons to Mr. Brian D. Pitts, Millhaven Site Manager, 7 September, 1994.

24.

Native People and Employment in the Public Service of Canada, with A.E. Belcourt et al., Impact Research: Published under the auspices of the Public Service Commission, Ottawa; October, 1976. (T.H.B.S. consultant)

25.

Linking of Encyclopedia of Music in Canada with Historica, September, 2002.

-Minutes of AGM, 19 September, 2002.

26.

Heritage Canada Foundation, The Royal Society of Canada, The Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. Invitation to Book Launch for The Place of History, Annex Room, Conference Centre, Ottawa, 14 October, 1997.

Press release from the Royal Society of Canada, The Place of History book launch, 14 October, 1997.

Letter from Fredrik S. Eaton re: Obtaining a copy of The Place of History.

27.

The Shield of Achilles: The Report of the Canadian Polar Research Commission Study, 31 May, 1988. (T.H.B.S Chairman). Ottawa: Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.

28.

Establishment of the Professorship in Canadian Literature at the University of Toronto through a $500 000.00 alumna gift (Sonia Labatt).

29.

Creation of the Friends of the Frost Centre, 2004.

30.

Correspondence with Ms. Sally Webber, President of Yukon College, re: Invitation to be the keynote speaker at the graduation ceremony at Ayamdigut Campus, Whitehorse, 21 January, 2004.

31.

Symons Medal for Canadian Studies, Royal Society of Canada: some correspondence re: the establishment of the Symons Medal. 1982.

32.

Search for the position of Director for the Institute of Canadian Studies. Unviersity of Ottawa, February, 2004.

33.

Producing Canada: Nation(s) in a New Light. Trent University’s First Undergraduate Canadian Studies Conference. 5-7 March, 2004.

34.

Designation of Marchbanks, 361 Park Street North, as a Heritage Site. 16 February, 2004.

35.

The Canada Council for the Arts: International residency programs.

36.

ICCS Canadian Studies Internship in Australia.

37.

Correspondence with H.E. John Ralston Saul re: the projection of Canada abroad and To Know Ourselves.

38.

The Midwest Association for Canadian Studies

39.

G. Robert Ross Distinguished Visiting Professorship of Canada-U.S. Business and Economic Relations. Western Washington University.

40.

Archivaria, Number 56, Fall 2003: Index to Archivaria Numbers 1 to 54, 1975-2002.

Subject headings:

p.300 Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies.

p.336 -Symons, Thomas H.B. - Symons Report

41.

Establishment of the May Gluskin Chair in Canadian History, University of Toronto, 2001.

42.

University of Calgary establishes a new Canadian Studies course: “The Culture of the Calgary Stampede” Summer 2004

43.

“The Future is Now” Remarks to the Graduation Ceremony of Yukon College, Whitehorse, 6 June, 2004. (See also file 1534)

44.

Correspondence with Alan Bovory, General Counsel, Canadian Civil Liberties Association. December, 1981. re: stereotyping.

45.

The Canada Institute, The Woodrow Wilson Centre, Washington.

46.

Brief article for The City and County of Peterborough: Past and Present on Trent University published by the Peterborough Historical Society, 1968.

47.

Correspondence and fund-raising on behalf of the Peterborough Historical Society to restore and preserve Hutchison House, Peterborough, 1975.

48.

Talk to the Peterborough Historical Society: “The Local Foundations of Canadian Studies”, 20 September, 1977 at the Centennial Museum.

49.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Canadian Studies at Mount Allison University. July, 2005.

50.

The Association of Canadian Studies in Lithuania

51.

10th Annual International Wanapitei Aboriginal History and Politics Colloquium, 22-25 September, 2005, and other documents related to Wanapitei.

52.

Gwyn, Richard. “Being Canadian is a work forever in progress,” Toronto Star, Friday, 25 March, 2005.

53.

“Canada’s Game? Critical Perspectives on Ice Hockey and Identity” Friday, 15 April - Saturday, 16 April, 2005. Radisson Hotel, Plymouth Mass.

54.

Correspondence from the National Archivist. October, 2001, requesting mediation re: the issue of access to the historical census records.

55.

Correspondence from Hon. Herb Breau re: TKO Volume III: Some Questions of Balance.

56.

Correspondence re: re-appointment to the Council of the Historica Foundation. March, 2005, and continuation as Chair of the Curriculum Committee.

57.

Correspondence with Dr. Ivan P. Fellegi, Chief Statistician of Canada, re: resignation as Chairman of the National Statistics Council, February, 2005.

58.

Endowment of the position of curator of Canadian Art, Art Gallery of Ontario, 2005.

59.

Remarks at the launch of the William Perkins Bull Digital Collection, 11 June, 2002.

60.

“A proposal to the Historica Foundation for a great new initiative in civics”:

Notes for remarks reporting for the Curriculum Advocacy Committee to the plenary meeting of the Historica Foundation, 6 November, 2004.

61.

Correspondence with Knut Kitching, October, 2004

62.

Jennifer Tunnicliffe: Graduate Student at the University of Waterloo. Some correspondence, notes and documents.

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1.

Symons Lecture I, 8 November, 2004, Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, some correspondence, notes and documents.

2.

“Canada: A Just Society?” Symons Lecture II, 9 November, 2005, The Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, some correspondence, notes and documents.

3.

Designation of the Confederation Centre of the Arts as a National Historic Site, 8 November, 2005.

4.

The Association for Canadian Studies in Australia and New Zealand. 2006 ACSANZ conference, “Canada and Australia: globalization, nations, cultures and borders”

5.

The Biannual Jerusalem Conference in Canadian Studies, Halbert Centre for Canadian Studies and the Israel Association for Canadian Studies, 2-6 July, 2006.

6.

Designation of Shaw’s Hotel, Brackley Beach, Prince Edward Island as a national historic site, 6 August, 2005.

7.

The down and out and human rights.

8.

Canadian Studies at the University of Ottawa

9.

Morgan Freeman: reservations about Black History Month.  “Freeman ridicules separating black and white history” Toronto Star, 16 December, 2005

10.

ISUMA: an Inuit Studies Reader and ISUMA: a Teacher’s Resource Guide. ISUMA Publishing, Montreal, 2004.

11.

Littler, William. “Music of the North our common chord” Toronto Star. 7 January, 2006.

12.

“From Far and Wide: Which Canada? Reflections on Imagination, Nature and Community” The third annual Canadian Studies undergraduate conference, Trent University, 10-12 February, 2006. Correspondence; programme; notes for remarks.

13.

Correspondence with Peter C. Newman re: “Hudson’s Bay, U.S.A.” Globe and Mail,18 February, 2006.

14.

“In commemoration of Fairholm as a national historic site” Tuesday, 10 August, 1993. Historic Sites and Monuments Board.

15.

Appointment to the Board of the Ontario Heritage Trust. February, 2006.

16.

“’Dirty Diapers and Canadian Bacon Scraps’, Canadian Garbage and the Michigan Consciousness.” Advertisement for a talk given by Michael Unsworth of the Canadian Studies Centre, Michigan State University. 27 November, 2006, Kerr House, Traill College.

17.

Correspondence from and to President, Japan Society for Science Education re: work done to assist the Science Council of Canada re: comprehensive study on Science Education in Canadian Schools, 1978-1985.

13.

The Canadian Football League and Canadian Identity.

19.

Historica: Encounters with Canada. 2 March, 2007.

20.

Canada Watch. Fall 2007. “Canadian Studies: A Future?” The Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University.

21.

The Third International Unconventional Meeting of Young Canadianists, Canadian Studies Center, Universitatea de Nord din Baia Mare, 17-19 April, 2008. Presentation given by Brendan Edwards, “A War of Wor(l)ds: Aboriginal writing in early twentieth century Canada”.

22.

Wilson Centre for Canadian History, McMaster University.

23.

Eakin Visiting Fellowship in Canadian Studies, The McGill Institute for the Study of Canada.

24.

Canadian Studies Postdoctoral Fellowships, International Council for Canadian Studies.

25.

A University of Guelph & Mount Allison University Interdisciplinary Conference Trans Canada 3 – Literature Institutions Citizenship

26.

Mount Allison Conference on Canadian Studies February 2009.

27.

Closure of Canadian Studies Centres and Programs in North America, 2009.

- Simon Fraser University

- Bowling Green State University

28.

The International Journal of Canadian Studies

29.

L.G. Pathy ’56 Visiting Professor in Canadian Studies, Princeton University

30.

Polish Heritage in Ontario Project, Spring, 2011.

31.

The Role of Folklore in Canadian Culture.  Notes for remarks for the keynote address to the first Ontario Folklore Conference, convened by the Ontario Historical Society, York University, and Black Creek Pioneer Village, 6 March, 1987.

32.

“Understand the past – affect the present”, column in the Kemptville Advance, 16 June, 2011 re: To Know Ourselves, by Kerry Badgley.

33.

Summer 2012 Study of the United States Institutes for Scholars.  Came out of recommendations from TKO – why not in Canada?

34.

Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation

35.

Weston Family Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Northern Research, 2011-2012.

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