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  1. Namaka-Carsland-Strathmore Mennonite District Committee fonds

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    Accession 2002.019

    Title and Physical Description

    Namaka-Carsland-Strathmore Mennonite District Committee fonds. – 1937-1974. – 3.5 cm of textual records

    Administrative/Biographical History

    The Namaka-Carsland-Strathmore Mennonite District Committee was one of many local committees of the Vertreterversammlung der Mennonitischen Ansiedler Albertas (Representative Association of Mennonite Settlers in Alberta).  It included Mennonite Brethren and General Conference Mennonites who had migrated from a variety of places and churches in the Soviet Union in the 1920s.  Some had purchased and settled on Namaka Farm, an 8 square mile tract of land southeast of Strathmore, Alberta, and others on area farms.  Repayment of the transportation debt incurred by the immigrants was the most urgent concern of the Vertreterversammlung, but various inter-Mennonite mutal aid social, healthcare, cultural and economic programs were also established.  Members were assessed a levy or tax to cover operating costs of the Vertreterversammlung.  The Namaka-Carsland-Strathmore district committee also estalished its own cemetery and burial society and negotiated contracts with a doctor and the hospital in Rosemary whereby membership fees covered pat of the doctor’s incom and the hospital operating costs in return for significantly reduced fees for services received by members.  During and after World War II overseas aid and relief programs were created.  In 1963 some of the programs were merged to form Mennonite Central Committee, Alberta, while others, at various times, were closed or spun off as stand-alone agencies.

    Custodial History

    The records were received from Henry Goerzen

    Scope and Content

    The fonds consists of membership lists, financial records, and minutes.

    Source of Acquisition

    Donated by Henry Goerzen

    Associated Materials

    Records of the Vertreterversammlung der Mennonitischen Ansiedler Alberta’s (see MHSA Accession

    Related Materials

    -Namaka Mennonite Brethren Church fonds, MHSA
    -Goerzen Henry D., (2000) Namaka, 1925-2000:Celebrating God’s Faithfulness from Generation to Generation. Didsbury, AB:Mennonite Historical Society of Alberta
    Trails to Little Corner: A Story of Namaka and Surrounding Districts (Calgary: Namaka Community Historical Committee, 1993.

    File List

    1-1 Kassenbuch – Carselan

  2. Langemann, Ralph

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    Accession 2023.003

    Title and Physical Description

    Ralph Langemann fonds, 1955, 1 cm.

    Administrative/Biographical History

    Ralph Langemann lived in Coaldale, Alberta, where he met and married Fern Olson, the daughter of the local lumber yard.  In 1955 the town of Coaldale published a 42-page booklet entitled Coaldale, 1905 Alberta Golden Jubilee 1955 which, as the title suggests, celebrated the 50th anniversary of the founding of the southern Alberta town.  Fern (Olsen) Langemann drew and inserted into a copy of that booklet a map of all the business establishments in the town at that time.   After Fern (Olsen) Langemann’s deathg, her husband, Ralph Langemann donated the booklet with the inserted map to the archives of the Mennonite Historical Society of Alberta.

    Scope and Content

    The fonds consists of the booklet Coaldale 1905 Alberta Golden Jubilee 1955 , together map drawn by Fern (Olsen) Langemann of all the business establishments in the t0wn in the 1950s.

    Source of Acquisition

    Donated by Ralph Langemann

  3. Canadian Mennonite Board of Colonization fonds

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    Title and Physical Description

    Canadian Mennonite Board of Colonization fonds. – [originally created 1920-1962, copied ca. 2000], 2000-2004. – 1.8 m of textual records. – 36 microfilm reels

    Administrative/Biographical History

    The Canadian Mennonite Board of Colonization (CMBC) was established on 17 May 1922 to provide assistance to Russian Mennonites who suffered from famine and political upheaval at the end of the First World War. David Toews of Rosthern, Saskatchewan was chosen as its chairperson. The Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) agreed to facilitate the refugees’ resettlement by offering transportation on a credit basis. The first refugee families arrived in Canada in July 1923, and continued until 1930 when the Canadian and Soviet governments curtailed immigration. Over 21,000 Mennonites immigrated to Canada during this period. The CMBC guaranteed the repayment of the CPR travel debt, which was settled in 1946. In 1947-1951 the CMBC supported a second wave of immigration from refugee camps in Germany, and in 1961-1964, a third wave of immigrants arrived from South America.

    Scope and Content

    The fonds consists of microfilm copies and photocopies of registration forms, dated 1920-1930, 1947, 1949, and 1962. Each form lists names, birth dates, and birth places of members of a nuclear family, and dates and places of their origin, voyage, and settlement in Canada. Includes some instructions and correspondence of Judith Rempel, who led a project to index the names, ca. 2000-ca. 2004. Includes a digital index to the CMBC registration forms, 1947-1964.

    Source of Acquisition

    Purchased from Mennonite Heritage Centre, Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg, ca. 2000.

    File List

    1-1  CMBC  registrations introduction, instructions to indexers, correspondence. – [ca. 1995], 2000-2004

    1-2  CMBC registrations 1-99. – 1923 June-July

    1-3  CMBC registrations 100-199. – 1923 July-1924 Jan.

    1-4  CMBC registrations 200-299. – 1923 July-Nov.

    1-5  CMBC registrations 300-399. – 1923 Aug.-1924 Jan.

    1-6  CMBC registrations 400-499. – 1923 July-1924 Jan.

    1-7  CMBC registrations 500-599. – 1923 Aug.-Sept.

    2-1  CMBC registrations 600-699. – 1923 Sept-1924 Mar.

    2-2  CMBC registrations 700-799. – 1923 Aug.-1924 June

    2-3  CMBC registrations 800-899. – 1923 Oct.-1924 July

    2-4  CMBC registrations 900-999. – 1924 July

    2-5  CMBC registrations 1000-1099. – 1924 July-Aug

    3-1  CMBC registrations 1100-1199. –  1924 Aug includes annotation

    3-2  CMBC registrations 1200-1299. – 1924 Aug.

    3-3  CMBC registrations 1300-1399. – 1924 Aug.

    3-4  CMBC registrations 1400-1499. – 1924 Aug.-Sept.

    3-5  CMBC registrations 1500-1599. – 1924 Sept.-Oct.

    4-1  CMBC registrations 1600-1699. – 1924 Oct.-Dec.

    4-2  CMBC registrations 1700-1799. – 1924 July-Dec.

    4-3  CMBC registrations 1800-1899. – 1923 July-1924 Dec.

    4-4  CMBC registrations 1900-1999. – 1920 Oct-1925 Sept.

    4-5  CMBC registrations 2020-2099. – 1925 Oct.-Dec.

    4-6  CMBC registrations 2100-2199. – 1924 Sept.-1925 Nov.

    5-1  CMBC registrations 2200-2299. – 1925 Mar.-Nov.

    5-2  CMBC registrations 2300-2399. – 1925 Apr.-Nov.

    5-3  CMBC registrations 2400-2499. – 1925 Apr.-Nov.

    5-4  CMBC registrations 2500-2599. – 1924 Jan.- 1926 Feb.

    5-5  CMBC  registrations 2600-2699. – 1922 Aug.- 1926 Feb.

    5-6  CMBC registrations 2700-2799. – 1923 July-1925 Aug.

    6-1  CMBC registrations 2800-2899. – 1923 Aug.-1925 Sept.

    6-2  CMBC registrations 2900-2999. – ca. 1925 Sept.-Oct.

    6-3  CMBC registrations 3000-3099. – ca. 1925 Oct.

    6-4  CMBC registrations 3100-3199. – 1925 Sept.-Oct.

    6-5  CMBC registrations 3200-3299. – 1924 July-1926 Mar.

    6-6  CMBC registrations 3300-3399. – 1925 Jan.-1926 June

    7-1  CMBC registrations 3400-3499. – 1926 Apr.-June

    7-2  CMBC registrations 3500-3599. – 1923 June-1926 Aug.

    7-3  CMBC registrations 3600-3699. – 1926 June-Aug.

    7-4  CMBC registrations 3700-3799. – 1926 July-Sept.

    7-5  CMBC registrations 3800-3899. – 1926 July-Sept.

    7-6  CMBC registrations 3900-3999. – 1926 Aug.-Oct.

    8-1  CMBC registrations 4000-4099. – 1926 Oct-Nov.

    8-2  CMBC registrations 4100-4199. – 1923 July-1929 Dec.

    8-3  CMBC registrations 4200-4299. – 1926 Apr.- 1929 Nov.

    8-4  CMBC registrations 4300-4399. – 1923 July-1926 Sept.

    8-5  CMBC registrations 4400-4499. – 1926 July-Oct.

    8-6 CMBC registrations 4500-4599. – 1926 Sept.-Oct.

    9-1  CMBC registrations 4600-4600.- 1926 Sept.-Nov.

    9-2  CMBC registrations 4700-4798. – 1925 Oct-ca. 1927 July

    9-3  CMBC registrations 4800-4899. – ca. 1926 July-ca. 1927 Aug.

    9-4  CMBC registrations 4900-4999. – ca. 1925 Dec.-ca. 1929 Dec.

    9-5  CMBC registrations 5000-5099. – ca. 1925 Feb.-ca. 1929 Oct.

    9-6  CMBC registrations 5100-5199. – 1923 July-1928 July

    9-7  CMBC registrations 5200-5299. – 1923 July-1929 Nov.

    9-8  CMBC registrations 5300-5399. – 1926 Sept. – 1929 Nov.

    9-9  CMBC registrations 5400-5499. – 1929 Aug.-Nov.

    9-10  CMBC registrations 5500-5599. – 1929 Aug-Dec.

    10-1  CMBC registrations 5600-5699. – 1928 Feb.-1929 Nov.

    10-2  CMBC registrations 5705-5799. – 1947 Apr.-Oct. [5800-7099 missing]

    10-3  CMBC registrations 7100-7148. – 1949 Jan. [7120-7146, 7149-7199 missing]

    10-4 CMBC registrations 7200-7299. – 1949 Jan.-Feb.

    10-5 CMBC registrations 7300-7379. – 1949 Jan.-Feb. [7380-10202 missing]

    10-6 CMBC registrations 10203-10233. – ca. 1962 via Paraguay

    10-7 CMBC index to registration forms (1947-1964). – [ca. 2004]

     

     

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  5. Passing on the Comfort travelling exhibit project collection

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    Accession 2012.025

    Title and Physical Description

    Passing on the Comfort traveling exhibit project collection. – 2005. – 0.5 cm of textual records. – 8 photographs

    Administrative/Biographical

    Passing on the Comfort was a travelling exhibit from Mennonite Central Committee featuring 18 quilts and comforters made by North American women and sent to the Netherlands by MCC following World War II.  For decades the quilts were in the care of a Dutch Mennonite woman whose home served as a refuge for Jews, hungry children and Mennonite refugees from Ukraine.   The exhibit was launched in Pennsylvania and was brought to Alberta in 2005.

    Scope and Content

    The collection consists of 8 photographs taken by Lillian Bartel at the launch of the book Passing on the Comfort, together with related news reports and brochures.

    Source of Acquisition

    Collected and donated by Lillian Bartel who was a key contact person when the exhibit came to Calgary.

    Related Material

    An Keuning-Tichelaar and Lynn Kaplanian-Buller, Passing on the Comfort:  The War, The Quilts, and the Women Who Made a Difference, (Intercourse, PA: Good Books, 2005). MHSA Library D 802 KEU.

  6. Welcome Home Community fonds

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    Accession 2023.001

    Title and physical description

    Welcome Home Community fonds. – 1996-2002. – 5 cm of textual records.

    Biographical/Administrative History

    The Mennonite Society for the Aid of Children and Families was formed by a group of Mennonite pastors and laypersons in early 1996 at the suggestion of the Hon. Mike Cardinal, Minister of Family and Social Services of the Government of Alberta. Its founding leaders were Ike Glick and Dave Hubert. By November 1996 the society had  contracted with the Ministry of Family and Community Services to develop a pilot project to assist families under stress through community living, inspired by the African proverb “It takes a whole village to raise a child”.  Operating under the name Welcome Home Community, it was established in April 1997 in an apartment building at 16415 Stony Plain Road in Edmonton. By June 1998 it relocated to 11009 – 127 Street. The project required a paid staff supported financially by the provincial government. Due to budgetary cutbacks, it closed in February 2002.

    Custodial History

    Following the dissolution of the Mennonite Society for the Aid of Children and Families, its records were stored in the office of Mennonite Central Committee Alberta in Calgary.

    Scope and Content

    The fonds consists of memoranda, correspondence, reports, an audit statement, brochures, procedures manuals, newsletters, calendars of events, and a news clipping.

    Source of Acquisition

    The fonds was donated by the Mennonite Central Committee Alberta.

    File List

    1-1  Welcome Home Community records. – 1996-1997

    1-2 Welcome Home Community records. – 1998-1999

    1-3  Welcome Home Community records. – 2000-2002

     

  7. Johann Wichert fonds

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    Accession 2023.006

    Title and Physical Description

    Johann Wichert fonds. – 1956. –  1.5 cm of textual records

    Administrative/Biographical History

    Johann J. Wichert, minister and elder, was born 1 October 1897 in Mariawohl, Molotschna Mennonite Settlement, Russia, the son of Jacob and Maria (Peters) Wichert.  He received his elementary education in Mariawohl, his secondary education in Gnadenfeld, and his teacher training in the University of Kharkov, completing his formal education in 1914.  He taught in Mariawohl (1915-16) and Rudnerweide (1917-22), where he was baptized by Elder David Nickel in 1918.  He married Lydia Koop on 20 August 1944.
    Wichert migrated to Waterloo, Ontario in 1925.  He was ordained as minister on 20 May 1928 and as elder on 3 September 1944.  He served the Vineland United Mennonite Church, Vineland, Ontario, as minister from 1927 and as elder from 1944 to 1966, and remained active as a member of that church until his death on 12 November 1983.  He was an outstanding teacher and a member of numerous conference committees.  Together with Lydia, he also served Mennonite immigrants in Europe in 1947 under the Mennonite Central Committee.

    Scope and Content

    The fonds consists of a revised manuscript containing a series of questions and detailed answers based on the Mennonite catechism used by the Conference of Mennonites in Canada at that time.  Wichert regarded the catechism as a general guide, but added much explanatory and interpretive information.   He compiled the manuscript after years of catechism instruction during the time when he served as elder.  It  documents the thinking, understanding and interpretation of  Mennonite theology at those times, and provides insights into what Mennonite young people, at least those in the Vineland United Mennonite Church and other churches affiliated with the Conference of Mennonites in Canada, were taught.
    Wichert submitted an early version of the manuscript to the Education and Publications board of the conference of Mennonites in Canada in July of 1955.  It was reviewed and parts of it were revised, mainly by adding additional scripture references.  In 1956, in anticipation of possible publication, the revised manuscript was made available for further constructive criticism and corrections.  It was never published, but provides insights into the thinking and teaching of an influential Mennonite leader.

    Source of Acquisition

    Donated by Ted Regehr.

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    GRANDMA #110064

  8. Anna Janzen fonds

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    Accession 2004.032

    Title and Physical Description

    Anna Janzen fonds,. – 1926-1958. – 2 cm of textual records. – 1 compact disc

    Administrative/Biographical History

    Anna Janzen (nee Anna Barg), the daughter of Isaak Barg and Maria (Dueck) Barg, was born 8 November 1911 in the village of Fuerstenwerder, Saporoschnia settlement.  She migrated from the Soviet Union to Canada in 1926.  There she married Aron Janzen on 11 January 1931.  They lived in Coaldale, Alberta, where Anna Janzen died in 2008.  Over the years the family received numerous letters from relatives still in the Soviet Union.

    Custodial History

    The letters and some supporting documents were entrusted to Erna Goerzen who photocopied and translated them, and also preserved a copy on a compact disc.  The original copies were returned by Erna Goerzen to Anna Janzen.

    Scope and Content

    The fonds consists of a manuscript entitled “Familien Briefe aus Ruszland, 1926-1958, Sammlung von Anna Janzen, Englishe Verfassung-Uebersetzung, Heinrich u. Erna Goerzen,”  It includes the translated version of letters received by members of the Janzen family from relatives in the Soviet Union, together with an account by Anna’s father-in-law of the family’s journey from the Soviet Union, and some supportive genealogical information.  Also included is a separate folder contianing more extensive genealogical information, and another folder containing photocopies of the letters which are also preserved on a compact disc.

    Source of Acquisition

    Donated to the Mennonite Historical Society of  Alberta by Erna Goerzen.

  9. Mennonite Central Committee Alberta fonds

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    Accession no. 2002.005, 2004.014, 2004.015, 2004.049, 2004.051,  have been integrated and are all filed at 2004.051.  Photographs received as part of Accession 2002.005 are filed separately in MHSA Images, Box 1.  Accession 2004.050, consisting of photographs and slides, are filed separately as photographs in MHSA Images, Box 1, and slides.  Accessions 2005.040 (confidential Community Justice files), Accessions 2005.062 (oversized box 2), 2011.018, 2015.015,  2016.013, 2016.016.   Accessions  2019.025, and 2022.014 are filed with accession 2016.016.  

    Title and physical description

    Mennonite Central Committee Alberta fonds. – 1952-2009. – 10.8 m of textual records.

    Administrative History

    Efforts at developing inter-Mennonite unified services began in 1929 with the formation of the Vertreterversammlung (Meeting of the Representatives of Mennonite Churches and Groups of Alberta). The final meeting of this organization in 1965, under the name Alberta Mennonite Relief and Immigration Council, where 66 delegates from 27 churches attended, formally established the Mennonite Central Committee Alberta (MCCA), based in Calgary. It reports to the Mennonite Central Committee Canada based in Winnipeg, which in turn reports to the Mennonite Central Committee (international) based in Akron, Pennsylvania. Its mission is to “share God’s love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for justice and peace.” It has affiliate organizations including Calgary Centre for Newcomers, Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers, Mennonite Disaster Service Alberta, Restorative Justice Ministries, Ten Thousand Villages Alberta, and MCC Thrift Stores in Calgary, Lethbridge, and Taber. It operates a number of social programs and projects in Alberta and internationally, many of them volunteer-driven, including a ministry to “Kanadier” Mennonites returning to Canada from Mexico and other Latin American countries.

    Scope & Content

    The fonds includes early constitutional documents (1952-1965), annual general meeting minutes (1971-1974), annual reports (1966-2003), collected records of Mennonite Central Committee Canada (1946-1995), and general correspondence (1965-1974). The bulk of the fonds consists of office records of the Employment Development Project, which operated in Edmonton from 1985 to 1996; and office records of Community Justice Ministries (1982-2002, renamed Restorative Justice Ministries)

    Source of Acquisition

    Gift by Mennonite Central Committee Alberta, 2002-2012

    Access Restrictions

    Access to the files of the Community Justice Ministries (Series H) may only be granted with the written permission of the Executive Director of Mennonite Central Committee Alberta and only in accordance with the requirements of the Personal Information Protection Act (Statutes of Alberta, 2003, c. P-6.5) and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (Statutes of Canada, 2000, c. 5).

    Associated materials

    Mennonite Central Committee Canada records are held at the Mennonite Archives of Ontario. The records of the Vertreterversammlung (Meeting of the Representatives of Mennonite Churches and Groups of Alberta) are held at the MHSA

    Last updated January 2024 – Ted Regehr

    Series Inventory

    A. Constitution and bylaws. —1952-[1965]. — 1 cm of textual records. — This series consists of the constitutional documents which govern Mennonite Central Committee Alberta

    1-1 Constitution and bylaws. — 1952-[1965]

    B. General meetings. — 1971-1974. — 2 cm of textual records. — This series consists of minutes and related documents of annual general meetings

    1-2 Annual General Meeting. — 1971
    1-3 Annual General Meeting. — 1972
    1-4 Annual General Meeting. — 1973
    1-5 Annual General Meeting. — 1974

    C. Annual reports. — 1965-2003. — 2 cm of textual records. — This series consists of the annual reports of the Mennonite Central Committee Alberta

    1-6 Annual report, Canadian Mennonite Association. — 1965
    1-7 Annual report for 1966. — 1967
    1-8 Annual report. — 1984-1985
    1-9 Annual report. — 1985-1986
    1-10 Annual report. — 1997
    1-11 Annual report. — 2003

    See Accession 2016.016 for a complete set of MCC Alberta Annual Reports from 1965 to 2008.

    D. General correspondence. — 1965-1974. —  10 cm of textual records. — This series consists of correspondence, reports, and other documents accumulated by the Board and executives

    1-12 Korrespondenz. — 1965-1966
    1-13 Nursing Home correspondence. — 1965
    1-14 Correspondence. — 1967
    1-15 Correspondence. — 1968
    1-16 Correspondence and reports. — 1973-1974
    1-17 Correspondence and reports. — 1973-1974
    1-18 Correspondence and reports. — 1973-1974
    1-19 Contributions. — 1973
    2-1 Financial report, Self Help project, Linden. — 1968
    2-2 Survey of Mennonites with professional qualifications. — 1969
    2-3 Peace. — 1973
    2-4 Material aid. — 1974
    2-5 Self help. — 1973

    E. Board and Executive meetings. — 1971-1973. — 0.5 cm of textual records. — This series consists of minutes of the governing bodies of Mennonite Central Committee Alberta

    2-5a Executive minutes. — 1971-1973

    F. Publications. — 1998-2008. — 2 cm of textual records. — This series consists of ephemeral publications of Mennonite Central Committee Alberta

    2-6 Update : MCC Alberta news in brief. — 2008-2012
    2-7 Correspondence of Brenda Tiessen-Wiens, Alberta editorial board member, a Common Place. — 1998-2000

    G. Employment Development Project. — 1985-1996. — 4.7 m of textual records. — This series consists of records of the Employment Development Project, an initiative to develop training programs and provide on-the-job training experiences for immigrants and other disadvantaged Albertans. It operated the City of Edmonton’s recycling service, a home renovation business, and a landscaping business. — Arranged chronologically into subseries, which are arranged alphabetically

    Subseries G-1 Project conceptualization, research and development. — 1985-1986. — 3 cm of textual records

    2-8 MCC questionnaire re involvement in employment issues : response summary. — [1985]
    2-9 MCC and jobs : is involvement warranted? — 1985
    2-10 Work : a biblical perspective. — 1985-1986
    2-11 MCC Job Creation Project. — 1985

    Subseries G-2 Office files. — 1985-1995. — 4.6 m of textual records and other material

    Sub-sub-series G-2-a Files closed in 1988

    2-8 MCC questionnaire re involvement in employment issues : response summary. — [1985]
    2-12 Alberta AID. — 1984-1987. — Alberta Agency for International Development
    2-13 Anabaptist Roundtable. — 1988
    2-14 Building renovations. — 1986-1988
    2-15 Capital punishment. — 1987-1988. — Responses of M.P.’s to survey
    2-16 Colloquium on the Theology of Work. — 1987-1988
    2-17 Edmonton Social Planning Council. — 1987
    2-18 Grant-in-aid. — 2-18
    2-19 Housing Project job descriptions. — [1987-1988]
    3-1 Innovations program. — 1986-1987
    3-2 Labrador. — 1977-1988
    3-3 La Crete. — 1987-1988
    3-4 La Crete Project I. — 1988-1989
    3-5 Landscaping. — 1988
    3-6 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta. — 1986-1987
    3-7 Mennonite Central Committee Canada. — 1986-1987
    3-8 Mennonite Centre for Newcomers. — 1986-1987
    3-9 Mennonite Centre for Newcomers, Edmonton : Board and Program Committee. — 1987

    Sub-sub-series G-2-b Files closed in 1991

    4-1 Advisory Committee. — 1987
    4-2 Alberta (government). — 1988
    4-3 Alberta Agency for International Development (Alberta AID). — 1990-1991
    4-4 Alberta housing renovation proposal. — 1988-1992
    4-5 Alberta Plastics Recycling Association (APRA). — 1990-1991
    4-6 Alberta Recycling Systems/Canadian Plastics Recycling Association (ARCS/CPRA). — 1990-1991
    4-7 Alberta Recycling Systems/Canadian Plastics Recycling Association (ARCS/CPRA) II. — 1990-1991
    4-8 Alberta Recycling Systems (ARCS) letterhead/logo. — 1990
    4-9 Alberta Vocational Centre. — 1988-1989
    4-10 Assumptions. — [1990?]. — Draft Mennonite Central Committee mission statement
    4-11 Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH). — 1988-1990
    4-12 Avenue of Nations project. — 1989
    4-13 Avenue of Nations project. — 1989-1990
    4-14 Avenue of Nations project. — 1990-1991
    4-11 Avila, Arturo. — 1991. — Letter of resignation and reply
    5-1 Balance sheet. — 1988-1989
    5-2 Bissell Centre, Phase II. — 1989
    5-3 Born, Paul. — 1990. — Executive Director, Community Opportunities Development Association
    5-4 Boschmann family. — 1986-1988. — Refugee claimants
    5-5 Brochure. — 1990
    5-6 Budget. — 1987-1990
    5-7 Bulletin inserts. — 1988-1990. — Notices sent to Edmonton Mennonite churches
    5-8 Calgary Newcomer Centre. — 1987-1989
    5-9 Canada. Employment and Immigration (Commission). — 1987-1991
    5-10 Canadian Jobs Strategy (C.J.S.). — 1989
    5-11 Cash flow. — 1990-1991
    5-12 Chinese church. — 1987. — Indo-Chinese Church Planting Project
    5-13 Christian Farmers Federation. — 1991
    5-14 Citizens for Public Justice. — 1986-1989
    5-15 Citizenship, Employment and Immigration Canada. — 1989-1990
    5-16 Citizenship, Employment and Immigration Canada. CEIC personnel. — 1986-1990
    5-17 City of Edmonton. — 1988
    5-18 City of Edmonton. — 1988-1990
    4-18 City of Edmonton agreement. — 1989
    5-19 City of Edmonton agreement. — 1989
    5-20 City of Edmonton housing renovations. — 1987-1988
    5-21 City of Edmonton housing renovations. — 1987-1989
    5-22 City of Edmonton job strategy. — 1990
    5-23 City of Edmonton — Landscaping. — 1989
    5-24 City of Edmonton Lot Regrading Program proposal. — 1989
    5-25 Clayre, Iain. — 1991. — Principal, CMG Engineering Services
    6-1 Colloquium Theology of Work. — 1988-1989
    6-2 Composting. — 1988-1991
    6-3 Consulting. — 1987-1990
    6-4 Cultural Heritage (Alberta). — 1988-1989
    6-5 DeFehr, Art. — 1987-1990
    6-6 Demolition. — 1989
    6-7 Designated Refund Opportunity Program (DROP). — 1991
    6-8 Disabled people. — 1987-1988
    6-9 Doctors. — 1988-1991
    6-10 Edmonton Community Foundation. — 1990
    6-11 Edmonton Hospital Workers Child Care Society. — 1981-1984. — Constitution & Bylaws
    6-12 Edmonton Journal. — 1988-1990. — News clippings, etc
    6-13 Edmonton Recycling Society : general. — 1988
    6-14 Edmonton Recycling Society : general. — 1988-1991
    6-15 Edmonton Recycling Society : Annual General Meeting. — 1990
    6-16 Edmonton Recycling Society : Board. — 1989-1991
    6-17 Edmonton Recycling Society : budget. — 1989-1990
    6-18 Edmonton Recycling Society : Bylaws. — [ca. 1990]
    6-19 Edmonton Recycling Society : Canadian Fibre. — 1990
    6-20 Edmonton Recycling Society : charette. — 1990-1991
    6-21 Edmonton Recycling Society : City of Edmonton. — 1990-1991. — Includes contract
    6-22 Edmonton Recycling Society : concrete. — 1989
    7-1 Edmonton Recycling Society : consulting. — [ca. 1990]
    7-2 Edmonton Recycling Society : de-tinning. — 1990-1991
    7-3 Edmonton Recycling Society. Finance Committee. — 1988-1990
    7-4 Edmonton Recycling Society : fundraising. — 1990
    7-5 Edmonton Recycling Society : glass. — 1989
    7-6 Edmonton Recycling Society : legal. — 1988-1989
    7-7 Edmonton Recycling Society : lobbying. — 1989-1990
    7-8 Edmonton Recycling Society : Loop. — 1990-1991. — Newsletter
    7-9 Edmonton Recycling Society : magazines. — 1990. — Recycling of magazines
    7-10 Edmonton Recycling Society : marketing. — 1989
    7-11 Edmonton Recycling Society : operations. — 1989
    7-12 Edmonton Recycling Society : Pacific Metals. — 1988-1990
    7-13 Edmonton Recycling Society : paper. — 1988-1991
    7-14 Edmonton Recycling Society : personnel. — 1988-1991
    7-15 Edmonton Recycling Society : plastics. — 1990
    7-16 Edmonton Recycling Society : policy. — 1988-1991
    7-17 Edmonton Recycling Society : politicians. — 1989-1990
    7-18 Edmonton Recycling Society : publicity. — 1988-1990
    7-19 Edmonton Recycling Society : Severely Employment Disadvantaged (SED) program. — 1988-1990
    7-20 Edmonton Recycling Society : Severely Employment Disadvantaged (SED) program. — 1991
    7-21 Edmonton Recycling Society : staff meetings. — 1989-1991
    7-22 Edmonton Recycling Society : Task Force on Commercial Waste Reduction. — 1990
    7-23 Edmonton Recycling Society : wage scales. — 1990-1991
    8-1 Edmonton Social Planning Council. — 1988-1989
    8-2 Employability Resource Network. — 1989-1990
    8-3 Envirocycle. — 1989-1990
    8-4 Faber, Brent. — 1990-1991. — Consultant
    8-5 Faith Mennonite Church. — 1989
    8-6 Farmers’ Market. — 1989-1990
    8-7 Forestry. — 1987-1989. — Includes copies of historical documents, 1942-1945
    8-8 Froese, Jake. — 1988-1989. — Proposal
    8-9 General Systems Research. — 1987
    8-10 Handicap concerns. — 1987-1990
    8-11 Housing. — 1990
    8-12 Immigration. — 1990
    8-13 Information services. — 1990
    8-14 Information services. — 1990-1991
    8-15 Inner City Housing Society : contract. — 1990-1991
    8-16 Inner City Housing Society planning meetings. — 1991
    8-17 Inner City Housing Society Project 5 meetings. — 1991
    8-18 Inner City Housing Society Project 6 meetings. — 1991
    8-19 Insurance : compensation liability. — 1990
    8-20 Job creation costs. — 1986-1988
    8-21 La Crete. — 1989-1990
    8-22 La Crete project. — 1989-1990
    9-1 La Crete Sawmills. — 1988-1989
    9-2 Landscaping. — 1989
    9-3 Landscaping. — 1990
    9-4 Landscaping. — 1990-1991
    9-5 Landscaping. — 1990-1992
    9-6 Landscaping : personnel guidelines. — [1990]
    9-7 Landscaping Project : index. — 1988
    9-8 Landscaping Project : meeting minutes. — 1988
    9-9 Legislation. — 1990-1991
    9-10 Lendrum Mennonite Brethren Church. — 1987
    9-11 Lethbridge. — 1989
    9-12 Lot regrading project : minutes. — 1990
    9-13 Lot regrading project : proposal. — 1989-1990
    9-14 Mail in. — 1987-1990. — Mail log
    9-15 Mail out. — 1987-1990. — Mail log
    9-16 Maritimes. — 1987-1992
    10-1 Meander River. — 1988
    10-2 Media. — 1986-1989. — News clippings, etc
    10-3 Mennonite Central Committee (general). — 1987-1991
    10-4 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta : annual general meetings, Board correspondence. — 1987-1990
    10-5 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta : attendance lists (employees). — 1989-1990
    10-6 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta : City of Edmonton housing renovation proposal. — 1987
    10-7 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta : job creation. — 1985-1987
    10-8 Mennonite Central Committee British Columbia. — 1987
    10-9 Mennonite Central Committee British Columbia. — 1990-1991
    10-10 Mennonite Central Committee Canada. — 1987-1989
    10-11 Mennonite Central Committee Canada. — 1990
    10-12 Mennonite Central Committee Canada. — 1991
    10-13 Mennonite Central Committee Canada : Board. — 1987-1991
    10-14 Mennonite Central Committee Canada : job creation. — 1986
    10-15 Mennonite Central Committee Canada : staff. — 1989-1990
    10-16 Mennonite Central Committee Canada : staff. — 1991
    10-17 Mennonite Central Committee Canada : staff meetings. — 1987-1990
    10-18 Mennonite Central Committee game. — 1990
    10-19 Mennonite Central Committee Manitoba. — 1989-1991
    11-1 Mennonite Central Committee Ontario. — 1990-1991
    11-2 Mennonite Central Committee publicity. — 1990
    11-3 Mennonite Central Committee Saskatchewan. — 1985-1991
    11-4 Mennonite Central Committee special projects. — 1990
    11-5 Mennonite Centre for Newcomers. — 1987-1989
    11-6 Mennonite Mutual Relief Insurance Company Ltd. (MMRIC). — 1986-1991. — Includes Mennonite Central Committee Alberta financial report, 1986
    11-7 Mennonite Reporter. — 1988-1991
    11-8 Mennonite World Conference. — 1989-1990
    11-9 Mental health. — 1988-1990
    11-10 Miscellaneous. — 1987-1989
    11-11 Miscellaneous correspondence. — 1988
    11-12 Multiculturalism. — 1989-1991
    11-13 National Delivery Assistance Agreement (NDAA). — 1991-1993
    11-14 Native concerns. — 1987-1989
    11-15 Native concerns. — 1989-1990
    11-16 Native gardening. — 1987
    11-17 Northwest Conference. — 1990
    11-18 Organizational chart. — 1989
    11-19 Orientation. — 1986-1989
    11-20 Ottawa. — 1987-1991
    11-21 Paperchase Recycling. — 1988
    11-21 Peace. — 1987-1991
    11-22 Peace Theology Colloquium. — 1986-1988
    11-23 Peace Theology Colloquium. — 1988-1991
    12-1 Personnel guidelines. — 1989
    12-2 Plastics Recycling Council of Alberta (PRCA). — 1990
    12-3 Politicians : civic. — 1989-1991
    12-4 Politicians : federal and provincial. — 1987-1990
    12-5 Politicians : provincial. — 1987-1991
    12-6 Poverty. — 1987-1990
    12-7 Priority Employment Program (PEP). — 1989-1990
    12-8 Procedures. — 1987
    12-9 Project : Gibson Block. — [ca. 1991]
    12-10 Project Ploughshares. — 1987
    12-11 Public relations. — [ca. 1987]
    12-12 Québec. — 1987
    12-13 Recycling. — 1988
    12-14 Recycling Technology of the ’90s conference (RETEC). — 1990
    12-15 Reforestation. — 1987-1990
    12-16 Rehabilitation Practitioner Training Program : Day Le Poole (instructor)correspondence, instructors’ minutes, etc. — 1990-1991
    12-17 Rehabilitation Practitioner Training Program : EN 089 English upgrading class : memory book presented to teacher “Dianne”. — 1990
    12-18 Rehabilitation Practitioner Training Program : group portrait. — 1990-1991
    12-19 Rehabilitation Practitioner Training Program : miscellaneous. — [ca. 1990]
    12-20 Rehabilitation Practitioner Training Program : proposal. — 1990
    12-21 Rehabilitation Practitioner Training Program : Vera Project. — 1988-1989
    12-22 Renovation budget. — [ca. 1987-ca. 1991]
    12-23 Rossdale housing renovation project. — 1988-1989. — Includes group portrait
    12-24 Schedules. — 1987
    12-25 Self Help Crafts. — 1987-1991
    12-26 Severely Employment Disadvantaged (SED) Advisory Committee. — 1990-1991
    12-26 Signatures. — 1990
    12-27 Staff meetings. — 1988
    12-28 Staff meetings. — 1990
    12-29 Staff meetings. — 1991
    12-30 Staffing. — 1988
    12-31 Stucky, Kent and Linda. — 1988-1991. — Volunteer managers
    12-32 Summer Temporary Employment Program (STEP). — 1989-1991
    12-33 Term deposits. — 1989-1990
    12-34 Tetra pak. — 1992
    13-1 Theology of Earth. — [ca. 1987-ca. 1991]
    13-2 Tofield sale. — 1987-1992
    13-3 Unemployment insurance. — 1987-1988
    13-4 Universal Tailors (MCC employment concerns). — 1987
    13-5 Victim-offender reconciliation. — 1985-1989
    13-6 Warner, Gord and Vera. — 1989-1991. — Volunteer managers
    13-7 Wok on Wheels. — 1987
    13-8 Women’s concerns. — 1985-1991
    13-9 Workers’ compensation. — 1989
    13-10 Young offenders. — 1988-1989
    13-11 Youth Orientation Units (YOU). — 1990-1991
    13-12 Zaicana Real Estate. — 1991

    Sub-sub-series G-2-c Files closed in 1993

    13-13 Action on Waste. — 1991
    13-14 Alberta activity report. — 1991-1992
    13-15 Alberta Agency for International Development (Alberta AID). — 1992-1993
    13-16 Alberta/Canada Employment and Immigration. — 1991-1992
    13-17 Alberta Career Development and Employment (Manpower). — 1991-1992
    13-18 Alberta Family and Social Services. — 1993
    13-19 Alberta Newsprint Co. — 1990
    13-20 Alberta Plastics Recycling Association (APRA). — 1992-1993
    13-21 Alberta Plastics Recycling Association. Vice President. — 1992
    13-22 Alberta Vocational College (AVC), Lac La Biche. — 1990-1991
    13-23 Alternative sentencing program. — 1992
    13-24 Appliance Re-Store. — 1991
    14-1 Architectural clearinghouse. — 1992-1993
    14-2 Avenue of Nations. — 1990-1992
    14-3 Avenue of Nations. — 1991-1992
    14-4 Avenue of Nations. — 1991-1993
    14-5 Avenue of Nations. — 1993
    14-6 Barkman, Ed : Canadian programs. — 1991-1993
    14-7 Board Task Force on Employment Development Program. — 1992-1993. — Meeting notes
    14-8 Calgary contacts and claims. — 1991-1993
    14-9 Canada. Employment and Immigration : work sharing agreements. — 1991
    14-10 Canada. Employment and Immigration : Housing Project. — 1991-1992
    14-11 Canada. Employment and Immigration : Section 25 application. — 1992
    14-12 Canada. Employment and Immigration : audit. — 1992
    14-13 Canada. Employment and Immigration Commission. — 1993
    14-14 Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. — 1991-1992
    14-15 Canadian Polystyrene Recycling Association. — 1991-1992
    14-16 City of Edmonton. — 1993
    14-17 City of Edmonton land. — 1989-1991
    15-1 City of Edmonton Non-Profit Housing (HomeEd). — 1988
    15-2 City of Edmonton. Public Works. Property Management. — 1988-1989
    15-3 City of Edmonton. Finance Risk Management and Security Claim Section. — 1989
    15-4 City of Edmonton tree planting proposal. — 1992-1993
    15-5 City waste management. — 1991. — Discussion paper
    15-6 Cloverdale/Rossdale non-profit land. — 1991
    15-7 Comments by students on renovations program. — 1990-1991
    15-8 Correspondence : Bruce Hiebert to Jack Klassen re work/employment education. — 1992
    15-9 Correspondence : Dave Hubert/Jack Klassen re May/June narrative reports. — 1993
    15-10 Correspondence : Judy Jacques. — 1991-1993
    15-11 Correspondence (miscellaneous). — 1991
    15-12 Correspondence and general information. — 1993-1994
    15-13 Economic Development Edmonton. — 1990-1993
    15-14 Economic Development Edmonton. — 1992
    15-15 Economic Development Edmonton. — 1993
    15-16 Economic Development Edmonton. Workforce Readiness Task Force. — 1992-1993
    15-17 Edmonton Coalition on Homelessness. — 1992
    15-18 Edmonton Coalition on Homelessness. — 1992-1993
    15-19 Edmonton Downtown Development Corporation. — 1990-1992
    15-20 Edmonton Housing Authority. — 1990
    16-1 Edmonton Inner City Housing Society. — 1990-1993
    16-2 Edmonton John Howard Society. — 1990-1992
    16-3 Edmonton Joint Planning Committee on Housing. — 1991
    16-4 Edmonton Recycling Society (general). — 1992-1993
    16-5 Edmonton Recycling Society : aluminum. — 1990
    16-6 Edmonton Recycling Society : Andrew Faber report. — 1992
    16-7 Edmonton Recycling Society : annual meeting. — 1992
    16-8 Edmonton Recycling Society : audit. — 1993
    16-9 Edmonton Recycling Society : Board. — 1992
    16-10 Edmonton Recycling Society : budget. — 1992
    16-11 Edmonton Recycling Society : Chairman’s report. — [1992?]
    16-12 Edmonton Recycling Society : daily file. — 1990
    16-13 Edmonton Recycling Society : de-tinning. — 1991-1993
    16-14 Edmonton Recycling Society : financial report. — 1991-1992
    16-15 Edmonton Recycling Society : publicity. — 1991-1993
    16-16 Edmonton Recycling Society : Ralph Klein. — 1989-1991
    16-17 Edmonton Recycling Society : statistics. — 1989-1993
    16-18 Edmonton Recycling Society : tonnages. — 1987-1991
    16-19 Edmonton Recycling Society : wind down. — 1992
    16-20 Elizabeth Place. — 1990
    16-21 Employment Development evaluation. — 1991-1993
    16-22 Employment Development evaluation reports. — 1992
    17-1 English as a second language for construction trades. — [ca. 1990]
    17-2 Envirocycle Expediting. – -ca. 1990]
    17-3 First Mennonite Church (Edmonton). — 1990. — Church directory
    17-4 First Nations Council (Edmonton) housing proposal. — 1991-1993
    17-5 Foreman orientation. — 1990
    17-6 Foremen’s meetings. — 1991-1992
    17-7 Forestry Canada — National Community Tree Foundation. — 1992-1993
    17-8 Gibson Block. — 1991-1992
    17-9 Habitat for Humanity. — 1990-1993
    17-10 Handicapped Housing Society of Alberta. — 1992
    17-11 Home relocation. — 1991
    17-12 Horan, Gary. — 1991-1993. — Re Alberta Plastics Recycling Association
    17-13 Housing. — 1990-1991
    17-14 Housing. — 1991-1993
    17-15 Housing for women on welfare (concept paper). — 1993
    17-16 Housing Renovations and Training Program. — 1992-1993
    17-17 Incentives Project. — 1991-1992
    17-18 Information services : press releases. — 1991-1992
    17-19 Inner City Housing. — 1990-1992
    17-20 Inner City Housing Society : Annual General Meeting. — 1992
    18-1 Inter-Mennonite housing. — 1991
    18-2 Jacques, Norbert & Judy. — 1991-1993. — Volunteer workers
    18-3 Job creation. — 1990-1993
    18-4 Jobs Strategy application. — 1990-1991
    18-5 La Crete project. — 1990-1993. — Includes photos
    18-6 La Crete Sawmills. 1992
    18-7 La Crete Sawmills. — 1993
    18-8 Labrador. — 1988-1992
    18-9 Lethbridge Project. — 1992
    18-10 Meeting with Remple/Tait/Weiss. — 1991-1992
    18-11 MCC/City of Edmonton Housing Renovation Proposal. — 1987
    18-12 MCC Housing Renovation and Training Program. — 1992-1993
    18-13 MCC Housing Renovation and Training Program. — 1993
    18-14 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta. — 1989-1992
    18-15 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta : Board. — 1990-1992
    18-16 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta : Board. — 1992-1993
    18-17 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta: employee orientation. — [ca. 1990]
    18-18 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta : Employment Concerns : annual report. — 1986-1991
    18-19 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta : Employment Concerns : expense claims. — 1991
    18-20 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta : relief sale. — 1987-1992
    18-21 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta : review. — 1993
    19-1 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta : voluntary service. — 1992
    19-2 Mennonite Central Committee Canada : Canadian Programs. — 1987-1991
    19-3 Mennonite Central Committee Canada : Service Education Program. — 1986
    19-4 Mennonite Centre for Newcomers. — 1990-1993
    19-5 Mennonite Ministerial (Edmonton). — 1990-1991
    19-6 Micro business centre. — 1992-1993
    19-7 Narrative reports (of provincial Mennonite Central Committees). — 1992
    19-8 Narrative reports (of provincial Mennonite Central Committees). — 1992
    19-9 National Delivery Assistance Agreement applications. — 1990-1991
    19-10 Native concerns. — 1990-1992
    19-11 Palestinians. — 1989
    19-12 Peace and Social Concerns Committee. — 1987-1992
    19-13 Peace Theology Colloquium. — 1991
    19-14 Politicians, provincial. — 1991-1992. — Correspondence
    19-15 Project #1, basement, 10833-93 Street. — 1992-1993
    19-16 Project proposal. — 1988-1989
    19-17 Publicity. — 1987-1992
    20-1 Rehabilitation practitioner. — 1990-1992
    20-2 Saigon ambulatory hospital. — 1992
    20-3 Scott, John (consultant). — 1985-1988
    20-4 Self-help : which way / Dave Hubert. — 1990
    20-5 Senior manager. — 1987-1990
    20-6 Staff meetings. — 1992
    20-7 Through work we bring : a collection of stories from the employment development programs of the MCCs of Canada. — 1992
    20-8 To serve God : TSG or GST / Dave Hubert. — 1991
    20-9 Tree planting. — 1992-1993
    20-10 Tree planting project (Earth Care). — 1993
    20-11 Urban Core Support Network. — 1990-1993
    20-12 Welfare diversion. — 1985-1988
    20-13 Victim Offender Ministry. — 1991-1993
    20-14 Vietnamese Canadian Friendship Society. — 1991-1992
    20-15 Weiss, Norm. — 1992. — Minister of Career Development and Employment
    20-16 Workshop, October 6-8. — 1991
    20-17 Workshop, September 25-26. — 1992
    20-18 Workshop, programs, October 25-26. — 1991
    20-19 Workshop, Winnipeg. — 1992
    20-20 Workshops, April 16-17. — 1993
    20-21 Youth Discovery Team (YDT). — 1992

    Sub-sub-series G-2-d Files closed in 1995

    21-1 Affordability and Choice Today (A-C-T) grant. — 1993-1994
    21-2 Agreements and leases. — 1988-1989
    21-3 Alberta Community Employment (ACE). — 1994-1995
    21-4 Alberta Community Employment agreement #2486. — 1993
    21-5 Alberta Community Employment agreement #2487. — 1993
    21-6 Alberta Community Employment agreement #3771. — 1994
    21-7 Alberta Community Employment agreement #3772. — 1995
    21-8 Alberta Plastics Recycling Association. — 1993-1994
    21-9 Alberta Plastics Recycling Association : Board. — 1991-1995
    21-10 Alberta Plastics Recycling Association : bylaws. — 1991-1994
    21-11 Alberta Plastics Recycling Association : general meeting. — 1991-1994
    21-12 Alberta Plastics Recycling Association : newsletter. — 1993
    21-13 Alberta Plastics Recycling Association : organization and incorporation. — 1991
    21-14 Alberta Plastics Recycling Association : sorting. — 1991
    21-15 Alberta Plastics Recycling Association : stakeholders. — 1992
    21-16 Annual report. — 1993-1994
    32-1 Annual reports. — 1995
    21-17 Audit. — 1995
    21-18 Avenue of Nations Business Association. — 1993 Nov.-1994 Apr
    21-19 Avenue of Nations Business Association. — 1994 May-Nov
    22-1 Barbecue and special functions. — 1991-1992
    32-2 Barkman, Ed. — 1989-1995
    22-2 Budgeting and cash flow. — 1994
    22-3 Budgets. — 1991-1994
    32-3 Business theology. — 1994
    22-4 Calgary Mennonite Centre for Newcomers. — 1992
    22-5 Canada Employment and Immigration. — 1991-1993
    22-6 Canada Foodgrains Bank. — 1983-1994
    32-5 Cardinal, Mike. — 1993-1994
    32-4 Cash flow. — 1991-1995
    22-7 Child care. — 1995
    32-6 Christian business theology. — 1994-1995
    22-8 Christmas letter. — 1990-1992
    22-9 City Council (Edmonton). — 1990-1994
    22-10 City Hall (Edmonton). — 1990-1993
    22-11 Clippings. — 1988
    22-12 Consolidated financial statements. — 1993-1994
    22-13 Core funding. — 1994
    22-14 Cost/benefit analysis. — 1987-1988
    22-15 Dignity Initiative (City of Edmonton). — 1994
    22-16 Earthcare terminated employees. — 1994
    22-17 Economic Development Edmonton. — [ca. 1990]
    22-18 Economic Development Edmonton. — 1993-1995
    22-19 Economic Development Edmonton : Board. — 1993-1994
    22-20 Economic Development Edmonton : Finance Committee. — 1993-1994
    22-21 Economic Development Edmonton : Human Resources Committee. — 1994
    22-22 Economic Development Edmonton : workplace readiness. — 1994
    22-23 Economic development for disadvantaged people. — 1994
    32-7 Edmonton churches. — 1995
    23-1 Edmonton First Nations Council : housing renovations training proposal. — 1992
    23-2 Edmonton Recycling Society. — 1993-1994
    32-8 Edmonton Recycling Society. — 1995
    23-3 Edmonton Recycling Society : strategic plan. — [ca. 1994]
    23-4 Emergency response network. — 1994. — Response to Rwanda crisis
    23-5 Employment Concerns : report and financial statement. — 1989
    23-6 Employment Development. — 1986-1995
    23-7 Employment Development : Appliance Re-Store. — 1990-1994
    23-8 Employment Development : Board. — 1991-1995
    23-9 Employment Development : Calgary. — 1990-1994
    23-10 Employment Development : contract. — 1994-1995
    23-11 Employment Development : Earthcare Project. — 1994-1995
    23-12 Employment Development : Edmonton. — 1989-1994
    23-13 Employment Development : Edmonton. — 1992-1993
    23-14 Employment Development : Edmonton. — 1994-1995
    24-1 Employment Development : general correspondence, Edmonton. — 1993-1994
    24-2 Employment Development : housing renovation, Edmonton. — 1992-1993
    24-3 Employment Development : projects. — 1992-1994
    24-4 Employment Development : quarterly reports. — 1994-1995
    24-5 Employment Development : workshops. — 1991-1994
    24-6 Facilities. — 1988-1995
    24-7 Fan mail (Dave Hubert). — 1988-1992
    24-8 Financial statement. — 1995
    24-9 Final reports and follow-ups. — 1989-1991
    24-10 Final reports and follow-ups. — 1991-1993
    32-9 Fleming, Don. — 1993
    24-11 Fund raising. — 1987-1989
    32-10 Glennet. — 1995
    24-12 Goals and objectives. — 1987-1992
    32-13 Green jobs. — 1995
    24-13 Governmental communications register. — 1987-1993
    24-14 Habitat for Humanity. — 1993-1995
    24-15 Hospice. — 1992-1994
    32-14 Housing. — 1995.
    24-16 Housing (CMHC). — 1991-1994
    24-17 Housing initiatives. — 1992-1994
    32-15 Howlund. — 1991
    32-16 Incentives welfare. — 1988-1993
    24-18 Information services. — 1993-1995. — Includes news releases, clippings
    24-19 Inner city (Edmonton). — 1990
    24-20 Interfaith Forum on Employment. — 1994
    24-21 Job descriptions. — 1987-1991
    25-1 Kiwanis Centre. ¬¬¬¬¬ — 1987-1993
    25-2 Klassen, Jack & Elise. ¬¬— 1991-1995. — Volunteers
    25-3 Kanadier. — 1988-1992
    25-4 Labrador. — 1993-1994
    25-5 Land Purchase 144 Lago Lindo Crescent, Edmonton. — 1994-1995
    25-6 Land Purchase 11815 – 79 St., Edmonton, Job #9402/9403. — 1994
    25-7 Land Purchase — 119 Ave. & 78 St., Edmonton, Job # 9408. — 1994
    25-8 Lease. — 1986-1989
    25-9 Mayor (Edmonton). — 1991-1995
    25-10 Mennonite Central Committee brochures. — [ca. 1987-ca. 1992]
    25-11 Mennonite Central Committee organizational chart. — 1988
    25-12 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta . — 1989-1991
    25-13 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta . — 1992-1995
    25-14 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta annual meeting. — 1992 Oct. — includes 1991 minutes
    25-15 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta annual report. — 1991-1993
    25-16 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta audited financial statements. — 1993
    25-17 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta audited financial statements. — 1994
    25-18 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta Board. — 1992-1995
    26-1 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta Board. — 1995
    26-2 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta Calgary. — 1990-1993
    26-3 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta communications government. — 1992-1994
    26-4 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta constitution — 1984-1994
    26-5 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta executive committee summary. — 1994
    26-6 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta Kanadier concerns committee. — 1994
    26-7 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta managers and directors meeting. — 1993 Sept
    26-8 Mennonite Central Committee Alberta material resources. — 1988-1992
    26-9 Mennonite Central Committee Canada. — 1988-1992
    26-10 Mennonite Central Committee Canada. — 1991-1992
    26-11 Mennonite Central Committee Canada. — 1991-1995
    26-12 Mennonite Central Committee Canada correspondence, etc. — 1991
    26-13 Mennonite Central Committee Canada correspondence, etc. — 1992
    26-14 Mennonite Central Committee Canada correspondence, etc. — 1992
    26-15 Mennonite Central Committee Canada correspondence, etc. — 1993
    27-1 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Corporation. — 1966-1994
    27-2 Mennonite Central Committee Canada parliament. — 1994
    27-3 Mennonite Central Committee Canada uniform financial reporting — 1987-1991
    27-4 Mennonite Central Committee Canada service education programs. — 1986-1990
    32-17 Mennonite Central Committee organizational theory. — 1992
    27-5 Mennonite Centre for Newcomers. — 1995
    27-6 Mennonite Centre for Newcomers (Edmonton). — 1989-1991
    27-18 Mennonite Economic Development Association (MEDA). — 1992-1995
    32-19 Mennonite Economic Development Association (MEDA). Edmonton Chapter. — 1992-1995
    32-20 Mennonite Economic Development Association (MEDA) : location. — 1993-1995
    27-7 Mennonite Mutual Relief Insurance Company. — 1988-1992
    27-8 Mennonite Mutual Insurance. — 1993-1994
    27-9 Metis Association of Alberta. — 1988
    27-10 Miscellaneous. — 1991-1995
    27-11 Mold for renovating existing housing project. — 1993
    27-12 Mulder, Nick, employment & immigration. — 1988-1991
    27-13 Native Concerns. — 1993-1995
    27-14 News Clippings. — 1988-1993
    27-15 News Release, self help profit used for military purposes. — 1987-1988
    27-16 Notes & items for government proposal. — 1992
    32-21 Organizational culture. — 1995
    27-17 Orientation trainees. — [ca 1994- ca 1995]
    27-18 Ottawa Office. — 1991-1994
    27-19 Parks Ribbon of Green. — 1994
    27-20 Parliamentary Committee. — 1994-1995
    27-21 Peace and Social Concerns. — 1993
    27-22 Personnel Policy. — 1987-1993
    27-23 Photos. — [ca 1987-ca 1992]
    28-1 Politicians — civic. — 1992-1993
    28-2 Politicians — federal. — 1987-1994
    28-3 Politicians — provincial. — 1994
    28-4 Press. — 1991-1994
    28-5 Prince of Wales armory lands. — 1993
    28-6 Prison employment. — 1990
    28-7 Project 144 Largo Linda Cresc., Edmonton. — 1994-1995
    28-8 Project Edmonton Inner City Housing Society, 9514-9518 — 110. Ave. ,4 plex. — 1993
    28-9 Project Manager, job description (Dave Hiebert). — 1988
    28-10 Psychology of Unemployment. — [ca 1989]
    28-11 Reforestation (includes photos). — 1992
    28-12 Refugee documents. — 1991-1995
    28-13 Regulations. — 1992
    28-14 Rempel, Peter (troubled youth). — 1993
    28-15 Renovations. — 1994
    28-16 Rent, office. — 1994
    28-17 Resumes. — 1994
    28-18 Revenue Canada Charities. — 1988
    28-19 Revitalization projects. — 1993-1995
    28-20 Round Table. — 1993
    28-21 Rundle Park. — 1992-1993
    28-22 Russia. — 1993
    28-23 Saskatchewan. — 1993
    28-24 Section 25, Canada employment
    28-25 Sentinel Insurance Agency Ltd. — 1991-1993
    28-26 Speeches. — 2004
    29-1 Staff Meetings. — 1994
    29-2 Staff Meeting. — 1995
    29-3 Strategic Alliance. — 1993-1994
    29-4 Taxation. — 1985
    32-24 MCC Variety Store, 1989. (Accession 2016.009)
    32-25 Unemployment and Ecclesia: The Work Vocation of the Church  (Accession 2016.016)
    32-26 Security: A Matter of Guns or A Matter of Friendship – Discussion Paper, 1986 (Accession 2016.016)
    29-5 Victim Offender Reconciliation. — 1989-1993.
    29-6 Vietnamese. — 1994
    32-23 Welfare redirection. — 1991-1993
    29-7 Western Diversification. — 1989-1993
    32-22 Western Economic Diversification office (WDO). — 1995
    29-8 Wishloff, Jim, (habitat for humanity). — 1993
    29-9 Women off Welfare. — 1993-1994
    29-10 Work for Unemployed Welfare Reduction. — 1993
    29-11 Workers Compensation Board. — 1991-1992
    29-12 Youth Serve Canada. — 1994
    29-13 Youth Serve Canada (letter of understanding). — 1995
    29-14 Youth Service Corps. — 1994-1995

    Subseries G-3 Project winding-up. — 1989-1996. — 8 cm of textual records

    29-15 Alberta Community Employment (ACE) agreement. — 1994-1995
    29-16 Audit. — 1994-1995
    29-17 Board/management information. — 1993-1995
    29-18 Changeover to MCCA Calgary. — 1995-1996
    29-19 Correspondence. — 1994-1995
    29-20 Employment Development projects. — 1995-1996
    29-21 Great West Life — group insurance plan. — 1989
    29-22 Lease agreement. — 1994-1996

    I. Mennonite Central Committee Canada collected records. – 1946-1995. – 36 cm of textual records. – Mennonite Central Committee Alberta is affiliated with the national organization Mennonite Central Committee Canada (established 1966) and the international organization Mennonite Central Committee. — This series consists of publications and records of the governing bodies of Mennonite Central Committee (Canadian Headquarters) and Mennonite Central Committee Canada. Many of these files were retained by the Employment Development Project for their reference purposes. — Arranged chronologically

    30-1 Mennonite Central Committee Canadian Headquarters Letter. — 1946-1947
    30-2 Mennonite Central Committee Canadian Headquarters Letter. — 1947-1950
    30-3 Mennonite Central Committee Canadian Headquarters Letter. — 1952-1956
    30-4 Mennonite Central Committee War Sufferers’ Relief Bulletin. — 1946-1947
    30-5 Mennonite Central Committee Services Bulletin. — 1947-1950
    30-6 Mennonite Central Committee miscellaneous brochures and pamphlets. — [ca. 1946-ca. 1950]
    30-7 Mennonite Central Committee (Canada) miscellaneous reports, newsletters. — 1946-1948
    30-8 Mennonite Central Committee (Canada) information. — 1962-1966
    30-9 Mennonite Central Committee miscellaneous information. — 1963
    30-10 Expo ’67. — 1965
    30-11 Mennonite Central Committee (Canada) Act of Incorporation. — 1966-1986
    30-12 MCC Canada summer service. — 1967
    30-13 MCC voluntary service. — 1967-1968
    30-14 MCC Canada immigration study. — 1968
    30-15 Mennonite Central Committee Canada minutes and reports. — 1985-1986
    30-16 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Executive Committee meeting. — 1991 Sept. 13-14
    30-17 Mennonite Central Committee Canada staff meetings. — 1991-1995
    30-18 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Board. — 1991-1995
    30-19 Mennonite Central Committee Canada inter-staff. — 1991-1992
    30-20 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Annual Meeting. — 1992 Jan. 16-18
    30-21 Mennonite Central Committee Canada goals. — 1992
    31-1 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Executive Committee meeting. — 1992 May 29-30
    31-2 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Annual Meeting reports. — 1992
    31-3 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Annual Meeting. — 1992 Nov. 12-14
    31-4 Mennonite Central Committee Canada strategic plan. — 1992-1994
    31-5 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Executive Committee meeting. — 1993 Mar. 12-13
    31-6 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Executive Committee meeting. — 1993 May 27-28
    31-7 Mennonite Central Committee Canada members’ meeting. — 1993 May 28-29
    31-8 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Executive teleconference. — 1993 July
    31-9 Mennonite Central Committee Canada correspondence. — 1993 Aug.-Oct
    31-10 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Executive meeting. — 1993 Sept. 17-18. — Dave Hubert’s file
    31-11 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Annual Meeting. — 1993 Oct. 28-29
    31-12 Mennonite Central Committee Canada inter-staff meetings. — 1993-1994
    31-13 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Annual Meeting. — 1993 Oct. 28-29. — Jack Klassen’s file
    31-14 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Executive Committee meeting. — 1994 Feb. 4-5. — Jack and Elise Klassen’s file
    31-15 Mennonite Central Committee Canada membership meeting. — 1994 May
    31-16 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Executive meeting. — 1994 May 27. — Jack Klassen’s file
    31-17 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Annual Meeting. — 1994 Nov. 17-18
    31-18 Mennonite Central Committee Canada Executive Committee meeting. — 1995 Feb. 2-5. — Jack Klassen’s file

    Accession 2002.005. – [ca. 1997] . 9 photographs

    These photographs pertain to construction of the new MCC building in Calgary. 

    Accession 2004.050. – 1997-2004. – 87 Photographs and 181 slides

    The slides, numbered 88-268, are all dated 1997, while the photographs, number 1-87, were apparently taken shortly before the move to the new MCC head office. 

    H. Accession 2005.040. – Community Justice Ministries. — 1982-2002. — 3.0 m of textual records

    Community Justice Ministries is a group of programs, now renamed Restorative Justice Ministries, whose aim is to rehabilitate criminal offenders, counsel their families, and promote reconciliation between offenders and their victims. — This series consists of governance and administrative records, records of client counselling, and correspondence. — Arranged into functional and organizational subseries. — RESTRICTIONS: Access to this series may only be granted with the written permission of the Executive Director of Mennonite Central Committee Alberta and only in accordance with the requirements of the Personal Information Protection Act (Statutes of Alberta, 2003, c. P-6.5) and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (Statutes of Canada, 2000, c. 5).

    Subseries H-1  Administration (Board, minutes). — 26 cm of textual records.

    Subseries H-2  Finance. — 9 cm of textual records.

    Subseries H-3  Human Resources, Personnel. —18 cm of textual records. 

    Subseries H-4  Clients/customers. — 13 cm of textual records.

    Subseries H-5  M2/W2 (Man to Man, Woman to Woman). — 1 m of textual records.

    Subseries H-6  Bridge Ministries (including Circle of Support). — 76 cm of textual records.

    Subseries H-7  VOMP (Victim-Offender Mediation Project). — 8 cm of textual records.

    Subseries H-8  Lifeline. – 8 cm of textual records.

    Subseries H-9  Face to Face. — 1 cm of textual records.

    Subseries H-10  Events. — 32 cm of textual records.

    Subseries H-11  Correspondence (general). — 50 cm of textual records.

    Subseries H-12  Other. — 5 cm of textual records.

    Subseries H-13 Related Organizations. – 5 cm of textual records

    Accession 2005.062. —  [ca. 2004]. — Architectural drawings. – 2 cm of architectural drawings

    MCC Alberta Office Building Addition Drawings and Blueprints.  (filed in oversized box 2).

    Accession 2011.018. — 1994-1999. —  North West Conference. – 3 cm of textual records.

    1-20  1994 North  West  Conference
    1-21  1995  North  West Conference
    1-22  1996  North West Conference
    1-23  1998  North West Conference
    1-24  1999  North West Conference

    Accession 2015.015. — 1992-2009. — Affiliated programs. — 6 cm of textual records.

    1-1 Memorandum of affiliation, Mennonite Mutual Insurance. 1992
    1-2 Operational agreement, Mennonite Disaster Service. 1994
    1-3 Affiliation agreement, Calgary Mennonite Centre for Newcomers.  2003
    1-4 Calgary Mennonite Centre for Newcomers, revised By-laws. 2003, 2009
    1-5 MCC Canada Mental Health Program resource material

    Accession 2016.013. — 1987-2008. — Accumulated policy documents. — 6 cm of textual records. 

    — This accession consisted a mixed package of papers with no discernable order.  They were apparently kept for reference or accumulated in the office of one of the Mennonite Central Committee of Alberta secretaries.  It was possible to reconstitute, at the archives, reference material which dealt with specific issues and policies.  The remaining correspondence and supporting documents dealt mainly with planning, arrangements and documentation for annual meetings.  They were sorted and arranged chronologically by the archivist.  The files were arranged as follows:

    1-1 MCC Alberta. Constitution, 1991 and By-laws, 1992.
    1-2 MCC Alberta. Red River Accord between MCC Canada and provincial MCCs, 1992, revised in 2001, and draft memorandum and Memorandum of Understanding between MCC US and MCC Canada, 1996.
    1-3 MCC Alberta. Program liaison and terms of reference of various MCC Alberta programs, 1994, and later or undated.
    1-4 MCC Alberta. Relief sales, gifts in kind, and auction policies, 1992.
    1-5 MCC Alberta. MCC logo design and use, 1987-2002.
    1-6 MCC Alberta. Rating of charities by outside agencies, including MCC mission statements and other relevant documents, 1999-2005
    1-7 MCC Alberta. Correspondence and reports, pertaining mainly to planning, agendas and minutes of annual meetings, 1996-2003
    1-8 MCC Alberta. Correspondence and reports, pertaining mainly to planning, agendas and minutes of annual meetings, 2004-2008.

    Accession 2016.016. — Annual reports and correspondence. — 1965-2008. — 1.7 m of textual records.

    — This large accession consists of a complete set of Mennonite Central Committee Alberta Annual Reports, 1965-2008,  correspondence and supporting documents for the annual meetings, 1987-1991, several sets of subject files including a few annual Mennonite Central Committee Canada and Mennonite Central Committee Bi-national (International) reports. See also Accession 2019.025

    Mennonite Central Committee (Alberta) Annual Reports, 1965-2008

    Box 1

    1-1 Nineteen Annual Reports of the Alberta Mennonite Relief and Immigration Council (hereafter Mennonite Central Committee Alberta), 19-20 February 1965.
    1-2 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports.  1965 and 1966.
    1-3 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 1967 and 1968.
    1-4 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 1969 and 1970.
    1-5 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 1971 and 1972.
    1-6 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 1973 and 1974.
    1-7 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 1975 and 1976.  And 1976 Special Meeting Report.
    1-8 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports and Workbooks.  1977 and 1978.
    1-9 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports and Workbooks.  1979 and 1980.
    1-10 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports and Workbooks. 1981 and 1982.
    1-11 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports and Workbooks. 1983 and 1984.

    Box 2

    2-12 MCC (Alberta) Annual  Reports. 1985 and 1986.
    2-13 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 1987 and 1988.
    2-14 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 1989 and 1990.
    2-15 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 1992 and 1992.
    2-16 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 1993, 1994 and 1995.
    2-17 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 1998, 1999 and 2000.
    2-18 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 2001 and 2002.
    2-19 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 2003 and 2004.
    2-20 MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports. 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008

    See also Accession 2019.025 for MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports, 2008/2009, 2010/2011, 2013/2014, 2014/2015, 2015/2016

    Mennonite Central Committee (Canada) Annual Reports.  — 1978-1988 (Incomplete)

    Box 3

    3-21 Mennonite Central Committee (Canada( Annual Reports. 1978 and 1979.
    3-22 Mennonite Central Committee (Canada) Annual Report. 1980.
    3-23 Mennonite Central Committee (Canada) Annual Reports. 1982 and 1984.
    3-24 Mennonite Central Committee (Canada) Annual Reports. 1986 and 1988.

    Mennonite Central Committee (Bi-national) and Mennonite Central Committee Annual Reports. — 1973-1987.

    3-25 Mennonite Central Committee (Bi-national) 1973 Workbook for the annual meeting in Hillsboro, Kansas, 18-19 January 1974.
    3-26 Mennonite Central Committee (Bi-national) 1976 Workbook for the annual meeting in Metamora, Illinois, 27-29 January 1977.
    3-27 Mennonite Central Committee Workbook for the annual meeting at Berne, Indiana, 25-26 January 1984.
    3-28 Mennonite Central Committee (Bi-national) 1986 Workbook for the annual meeting in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 30-31 January 1987.
    3-29 Mennonite Central Committee (Bi-national) Correspondence and Working Papers for the annual meeting in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1987.

    Mennonite Central Committee, Alberta, Annual Meetings working papers. — 1987-1991.

    Box 4

    4-30 MCC Alberta 1987 annual meeting correspondence, reports, financial statements.
    4-31 MCC Alberta 1988 annual meeting correspondence, reports, financial statements.
    4-32 MCC Alberta 1989 annual meeting correspondence, reports, financial statements.
    4-33 MCC Alberta 1990 annual meeting correspondence, reports, financial statements.
    4-34 MCC Alberta 1991 annual meeting correspondence, reports, financial statements.

    Mennonite Central Committee Alberta subject files. — 1965-2004

    5-35 MCC Alberta. Constitution and By-laws. 1965-1977.
    5-36 MCC Alberta. Constitution Revisions. 1982-1984.
    5-37 MCC Alberta. Constitution and By-laws correspondence. 1987.
    5-38 MCC Alberta. Constitution and By-laws correspondence. 1991.
    5-39 MCC Alberta. Committees.  1987-1991,
    5-40MCC Alberta. Staff Policies. 1987-1989.
    5-41 MCC Alberta. Job descriptions. 1982-1988.
    5-42 MCC Alberta. Job descriptions, Contracts, Correspondence. 1988-1990.
    5-43 MCC Alberta. Monthly staff meetings. 1990-1991.
    5-44 MCC Alberta. Constituency relations. 1987-1992.
    5-45 MCC Alberta. Annual reports to member conferences. 1987-1989.
    5-46 MCC Alberta. Alumni correspondence. 1986-1987.
    5-47 MCC Alberta. MMC Akron correspondence and reports. 1987-1991.
    5-48 MCC Alberta. Letters to pastors. 1986-1990.
    5-49 MCC Alberta. MCC_MMI building co-ownership agreement. 2004.
    5-50 MCC Alberta. MCC-MMI building plans, legal papers, correspondence. 2001.
    5-51 MCC Alberta. MCC-MMI building minutes, correspondence.  2003-2004.

    Box 6

    6-52 MCC Alberta. Executive Director correspondence. 1987.
    6-53 MCC Alberta. Executive Director correspondence. 1987-1988.
    6-54 MCC Alberta. Executive Director correspondence. 1988.
    6-55 MCC Alberta. Executive Director correspondence. 1989.
    6-56 MCC Alberta. Executive Director correspondence. 1990-1991.
    6-57 MCC Alberta. Executive Director correspondence. 1991.
    6-58 MCC Alberta. Executive Director correspondence. 1992.
    6-59 Minutes and correspondence, other provincial MCCs.  1987-1989.
    6-60 MCC BC Executive meetings. 1987.
    6-61 MCC Alberta. Cash projects. 1987-1990.
    6-62 MCC Alberta. Children’s projects.  1984-1990.
    6-63  MCC Alberta. Fundraising. 1981-1991,
    6-64 MCC Alberta. History book. 1990-1992.
    6-65 MCC Alberta. Job creation/unemployment. 1987-1988.

    Box 7

    7-66 MCC Alberta. News briefs.  1984-1990,
    7-67 MCC Alberta. Refugee assistance, Calgary Mennonite Centre for Newcomers.  1991-1992.
    7-68  MCC Alberta. Relief sales.  1987-1990.
    7-69 MCC Alberta. Relief sale, South. 1987.
    7-70 MCC Alberta. Relief sale, South. 1989.
    7-71 MCC Alberta. Relief sale, North. 1989.
    7-72 MCC Alberta. Relief sale. 1991.
    7-73 MCC Alberta. Visits to Alberta.  1987-1988.
    7-74 MCC Alberta. Visits to Alberta. 1989-1992.
    7-75 MCC Alberta. Jacob E. Dueck visit to Alberta. 1992.
    7-76 MCC Alberta. Sybilla Hospli. 1981-1988.
    7-77 MCC Alberta. Graham Reddoch. 1982-1987.
    7-78 MCC Alberta. Linda Shelly visit to Alberta. 1987.
    7-79 MCC Alberta. Mel and Myrtle Reimer. 1985-1987.

    Subject files created by Ruth Neufeld, Executive Secretary of MCC Alberta. — 1992-2007. 

    8-80 MCC Alberta. Ruth Neufeldt files. Documents for new Board members. 1995.
    8-81 MCC Alberta. Ruth Neufeldt files.  MCC Alberta Board minutes and all Board correspondence, financial statements.   1998-2000.
    8-82 MCC Alberta. Ruth Neufeldt files.  MCC Alberta Executive & personnel correspondence and minutes pertaining to the Executive Committee. 1996-1997.
    8-83 MCC Alberta.  Ruth Neufeldt files.  Correspondence – all general correspondence (not minutes) and copies to the Board. 1992.
    8-84 MCC Alberta.  Ruth Neufeldt files.  MCCA annual meeting.  1998.
    8-85 MCC Alberta.  Ruth Neufeldt files.  MCC Canada, Mission Statement, Personnel Policy. 1990-1991, 1997.
    8-86 MCC Alberta. Ruth Neufeld files.  Minutes. 2001-2004.
    8-87 MCC Alberta. Ruth Neufeld files.  Correspondence, programs. 1993-2002.
    8-87 MCC Alberta. Ruth Neufeld files. Minutes, personnel policies. 1994-2004.
    8-88 MCC Alberta.  Board and Executive Committee minutes, correspondence, reports. 1997.
    8-89 MCC Alberta.  Board and Executive Committee minutes, correspondence, reports. 1998.
    8-90 MCC Alberta.  Board and Executive Committee minutes, correspondence, reports. 1999.
    8-91 MCC Alberta.  Board and Executive Committee minutes, correspondence, reports.  2000.

    Box 9

    9-92 MCC Alberta.  Board and Executive Committee minutes, correspondence, reports. 2001.
    9-93 MCC Alberta.  Board and Executive Committee minutes, correspondence, reports. 2002.
    9-94 MCC Alberta.  Board and Executive Committee minutes, correspondence, reports. 2003.
    9-95 MCC Alberta.  Board and Executive Committee minutes, correspondence, reports. 2004-2005.
    9-96 MCC Canada.  Board minutes, documents and reports. 2006-2007.
    9-97 MCC Bi-national and US Executive meetings. 2003-2004.
    9-98 MCC Alberta.  Employment development, staff orientation binder.
    9-99 MCC Alberta/Mennonite Mutual Insurance Annual General Meeting, La Crete, Alberta. 2005.
    9-100 MCC Canada Ten Thousand Villages Canada devolvement business case.  2006.

    Accession 2019.025. Annual reports. — 2002-2016. — [ca. 4 cm of textual records].

    Filed with Accession 2016.016 Box 9.  This accession consists of several MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports, several MCC (Canada) Annual Reports and MCC (International) Annual Reports and Work Books.

    9-101  MCC (Alberta) Annual Reports, 2008/2009, 2010/2011, 2013/2014, 2014/2015, 2015/2016.
    9-102 MCC (Canada) Annual Reports, 2008, 2008/2009, 2009/2010, 2010-2011.
    9-103 MCC (International) Annual Reports,2002/2003, 2004/2005, 2008/2009, 2010.
    9-104 MCC (International) Work Books, 2004, 2005, 2010.

    Accession 2022.014. Kanadier Research Project. — 1993. — 1 cm of textual records.  Filed with Accession 2016.016 Box 9

    9-105 MCC Alberta Kanadier Research Project Report, compiled by Don Petker, August 1993.