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100 Mile House District range management records

  • GR-3919
  • Series
  • 1923-2000

This series consists of range management records transferred from the 100 Mile House Forest district in the Cariboo Forest Region, 1923-2000. This series may contain records created by the 100 Mile House, Kamloops, Cariboo, Williams Lake and Clinton Forest Districts and/or Grazing Districts. Note that the names and boundaries of districts and regions varied over the years.

Records relate to the administration of Grazing Licences and Grazing Permits as defined under the Range Act, and Grazing Leases as defined under the Land Act, including issuance, amendments, transfers, billing, monitoring, policy administration, and plans specific to tenures, such as Grazing System Plans. Also includes records concerning additions and deletions of land and/or authorized Animal Unit Months (AUM) from grazing tenures. Records include tenure application forms, grazing plans, authorized livestock, correspondence, maps, records determining range boundaries and use, and information on range improvements and clearing.

Each file relates to a particular range tenure. Note that there may be additional individuals or companies who held the tenure who are not listed in the file title. Files are arranged alphabetically.

The ministries responsible for the Forest and Range Districts, and the years that they were responsible, are:

British Columbia. Dept. of Lands (1908-1945)
British Columbia. Dept. of Lands and Forests (1945-1962)
British Columbia. Dept. of Lands, Forests and Water Resources (1962-1975)
British Columbia. Dept. of Forests (1975-1976)
British Columbia. Ministry of Forests (1976-1986)
British Columbia. Ministry of Forests and Lands (1986-1988)
British Columbia. Ministry of Forests (1988-2005)

This series is classified under ORCS number 15700-20 of the Ministry of Forests schedule (881261).

British Columbia. 100 Mile House Forest District

100 Mile House Forest District cutting permits and other timber tenure records

  • GR-3698
  • Series
  • 1973-2006

The series consists of cutting permits and other timber tenure records. These records were created from 1973-2006 by the 100 Mile House Forest District, a division of the Cariboo Forest Region. Files include cutting permits, forest licences, timber sale licences, timber sale harvesting licences, woodlot licences and licences to cut. Records regard the issuance, evaluation, administration, monitoring, planning, replacement, cancellation, deletion and extension of these timber tenures. The vast majority of records are cutting permits for forest licences. Licensees were required to apply for a forest licence and cutting permits in order to harvest timber.

The records may include legal documents, management plans, development plans, correspondence, forms, reports, maps, licences, permits, permit amendments and renewals, logging plans, cruise compilations, compilation summaries, reports, silviculture prescriptions, traverse cards, appraisals, harvesting reports and inspection forms, permit extension documentation, road permits, financial records, timber scales, timber mark designations, inspection records, photos, and stumpage fees.

The ministries responsible for creating these records, and the years that they were responsible, are:
Dept. of Lands, Forests and Water Resources (1961-1975)
Dept. of Forests (1975-1976)
Ministry of Forests (1976-1986)
Ministry of Forests and Lands (1986-1988)
Ministry of Forests (1988-2005)
Ministry of Forests and Range (2005-2010)

The records were classified as 19500-45, 19540-25, 19620-25, 19720-25, 19720-45, 19720-50 and 19720-55 in the Forest Operational Records Classification System (ORCS).

British Columbia. 100 Mile House Forest District

100 Mile House Forest District operational records

  • GR-3932
  • Series
  • 1970-2005

This series consists of resource management plans and procedures from the 100 Mile House Forest District, 1970-2005. The 100 Mile House Forest District is part of the Cariboo Forest Region. Note that their exact boundaries may have changed over the years.

The majority of files relate to the development of Integrated Resource Use Plans which are designed to resolve resource use conflicts in specific areas at the local level. Each file includes records relating to data concerning a specific area - usually a watershed or other distinct resource management unit. Types of plans include Resource Folios, Coordinated Access Management Plans (CAMP), Coordinated Resource Management Plans (CRMP) and Integrated Watershed Management Plans (IWMP). Files may include correspondence, reports, maps, photos, meeting minutes, community and indigenous consultation, and a variety of other records which may document the creation of plans, the annual review of plans by stakeholders, and the execution of the plan.

Procedure files relate to timber harvesting, silviculture treatments, stumpage rates, trespass, timber sale licences and harvesting weight scales. There is also a file related to road damage and an access study for English Lake.

The ministries responsible for the Forest and Range Districts, and the years that they were responsible, are:

British Columbia. Dept. of Forests (1975-1976)
British Columbia. Ministry of Forests (1976-1986)
British Columbia. Ministry of Forests and Lands (1986-1988)
British Columbia. Ministry of Forests (1988-2005)

Records are classified under numbers 11200-08, 11050-20, 12600-25, 12600-30, 12600-35, 12600-40 and 12600-60 in the Forest Operational Records Classification System (ORCS). Procedure files are classified with the secondary -02.

British Columbia. 100 Mile House Forest District

100 Mile House Forest District timber sale harvesting licences

  • GR-3650
  • Series
  • 1963-1990

The series consists of timber sale harvesting licences (TSHL) from the 100 Mile House Forest District. Timber sale harvesting licences were first introduced in 1967 and provided individuals and businesses with a permit to cut a volume of timber. This series documents the Government’s administration of timber licences during the period of 1963-1990.

Each file contains correspondence, reports and may also contain maps of the cutting area. The files also contain the TSHL application, cutting permit, timber value appraisals and reappraisals, stumpage rate notices, cutting plan maps, charts, clearance status inquiries, and inspection reports. The files are numbered with the licence number and, in many cases, a cutting permit number.

The records have been classified as 19590-45 in the Forest Operational Classification System (ORCS).

The ministries responsible for these records, and the years that they were responsible, are:
Dept. of Lands, Forests and Water Resources (1962-1975)
Dept. of Forests (1975-1976)
Ministry of Forests (1976-1986)
Ministry of Forests and Lands (1986-1988)
Ministry of Forests (1988-2005)

British Columbia. 100 Mile House Forest District

150 Mile House County Court index book

  • GR-0027
  • Series
  • 1919-1964

The series consists of an individual index book created between 1919 and 1964 under schedule "E", Partnership Act, by the 150 Mile House County Court.

British Columbia. County Court (150 Mile House)

A Documentary History of the Cottonwood District, 1862 to 1913

  • GR-0354
  • Series
  • 1978

Photocopy of a 1978 report entitled A Documentary History of the Cottonwood District, 1862 to 1913. Includes an appendix of documents and sources, bibliography and illustrations.

British Columbia. Parks Branch

A history of Revelstoke and the Big Bend

The series contains a copy of a thesis by William Bilsland called "A history of Revelstoke and the Big Bend." 1955. v, 241 leaves: maps, tables. Thesis (M.A.), University of British Columbia, 1955. Bibliography: leaves 235-249.

Also included in this series is an unpublished, typescript draft (2 copies) of an earlier (1952) history of Revelstoke prepared by the author for publication by the Department of Education in the British Columbia Heritage Series.

A Woman's Log of an Arctic Voyage" by Gladys O'Kelly

The file consists of "A Woman's Log of an Arctic Voyage" by Gladys O'Kelly, detailing a voyage she made on the Lady Kindersley in 1921. The Lady Kindersley left Vancouver on her maiden voyage for the Hudson's Bay Company on 30 June 1921 bound for Victoria Land in the North West Territories and returned to Vancouver on 4 November 1921. However, Mrs. O'Kelly and her husband, T.P. O'Kelly (a Hudson's Bay Company employee) left the ship at Akutan whaling station and returned on the US Coast Guard cutter Unalga to Juneau and thence the Princess Mary to Vancouver, arriving 5 December 1921. This file also contains notes regarding the voyage by T.P. O'Kelly and notes by Provincial Archives staff on the O'Kelly family.

O'Kelly, Gladys

AABC general files

The series consists of the general office files of the Archives Association of British Columbia (AABC) and its predecessor body the Association of British Columbia Archivists (ABCA). The records date from 1973 to 2000 and cover all aspects of AABC business including executive minutes and correspondence, financial records, grant applications, committee files, publications, copies of the newsletter and other material. Included in the series are 49 3.5 inch floppy disks that date from 1990 to 1999. Some material from these disks was printed out in 2012. The files have no particular arrangement scheme but are roughly in chronological order.

Aboriginal Health Association of BC records

  • GR-3901
  • Series
  • 1992-2001

This series consists of the records of the Aboriginal Health Association of BC, under the Aboriginal Division of the Ministry of Health. Consists primarily of records of the Northeast, Northwest, Thompson Okanagan Kootenay, and Vancouver Island and Central Coast Aboriginal Health Councils. These regional councils were funded by the Aboriginal Health Association of BC to provided services and resources to individuals in their regions. These records include correspondence, meeting minutes, operating guidelines, annual reports, service agreements, funding agreements, contracts with service providers, newsletters, and other informational material. Files address providing information and resources related to tobacco use, mental health, addictions, The Red Road HIV/AIDS network and many other issues.

The series also contains administrative and operational records of the Aboriginal Health Association of BC, including health handbooks, annual reports, strategic plans, correspondence, and records documenting work with the First Nations Summit, Aboriginal Health Council Forum, Vancouver Aboriginal Council, United Native Nations, Association of Friendship Centres and Aboriginal Peoples Council.

British Columbia. Ministry of Health (1976-2001)

Aboriginal health program files

  • GR-3679
  • Series
  • 1981-2010

This series consists of aboriginal health initiatives program or project development and monitoring files from 1981-2010. The records relate to the development of programs to address the health needs of Indigenous people throughout all regions of the province, including health initiatives in urban centres. Records include correspondence, memoranda, notes, reports, grant application forms and statistics. Records were created by the Native Health, Aboriginal Health and Aboriginal Healthy Living groups under various health related Ministries over time.

Many of the files in accession 91-0802 related to alcohol, smoking and drug counselling programs for First Nations individuals in BC during the 1980s and the mid 2000s. These records include information on specific workshops, projects, and treatment centres across BC, including the Honour Your Health challenge and the Kick the Nic program. Records were created by the Native Health section of the Medical Services Commission and by the Aboriginal Health section of the Ministry of Healthy Living and Sport. Records in this series document the development and monitoring of health programs for Aboriginal citizens as well as liaison activities for Urban Aboriginal Health Centres. Records in accession 96-0893 also document the work of the International Network of Indigenous Health Knowledge and Development group, an international working group of which the BC government was a member.

Records in accession 96-1250 include files on a variety of programs including the Cowichan Valley Hul'q'umi'num Health Services Working Group, First Nations Health Forum, The Path to Health & Wellness Committee, Stehlaq Aboriginal Healing Society, Ts'ewulhtun Health Centre Feasibility Analysis, and additional files on the Honour Your Health challenge.

Records in this series are covered by ORCS 70050-20, 70050-30, and 70050-50 of the Aboriginal Health Program ORCS (schedule 128755). Records have been selected for full retention.

British Columbia. Medical Services Commission

Aboriginal Healthy Living records

  • GR-3896
  • Series
  • 1993-2010

This series consists of records of the Aboriginal Healthy Living group and related records created from 1993-2010. Records include committee files, executive records, treaty negotiation records related to health issues, and aboriginal health education and research files.

Committee files include correspondence, presentations, terms of reference, records of decision, and other records. Committee files relate to the Provincial Aboriginal Social-Economic Strategy, Aboriginal Health Transition Fund Adaption Committee, Aboriginal Health Leads Committee, Aboriginal Health Network, Aboriginal Health Transition Fund Workshop Subcommittee, and Aboriginal Reference Group Meetings.

Executive records include briefing notes, referral replies and issues records.

Treaty negotiation case files relate to the negotiation of health related agreements with First Nations outside of the B.C. Treaty Commission process and the negotiation of formal pre and post treaty agreements. Records may relate to the identification and negotiation of the Ministry's responsibilities for the delivery and provision of certain health programs and services, the definition of new authorities for First Nations over the design and delivery of health programs and services, and the establishment of inter-ministerial and/or inter-governmental agreements. Files relate to Nisga’a pre-treaty agreements related to MSP and treaty negotiations, as well as the ʔaq̓am (St. Mary’s Indian Band) Community Care Home interim agreement and Maa-Nulth First Nations Treaty Society negotiation.

There are also Aboriginal health research project files on: First Nations Chief Health Committee Terms of Reference, the Special Cabinet Meeting on August 17, 2002 with First Nations Summit, and Status Indian Health Utilization database.

Ministries responsible for the creation of this series, and their dates of the responsibility, are:
Ministry of Health (1976-2001)
Ministry of Health Services (2001-2005)
Ministry of Health (2005-2008)
Ministry of Health Services (2008-2011)

Records in this series are covered by ARCS 200-20, 280-20 and 280-30, and ORCS 70150-20, 70180-30, 70180-40, 70020-30, 70120-00 and 70120-50 of the Aboriginal Health Program ORCS (schedule 128755). Records have been selected for full retention.

British Columbia. Ministry of Health Services (2008-2011)

Aboriginal issues project and group files

  • GR-3780
  • Series
  • 1991-2004

The series contains records created and accumulated by the Parks and Protected Areas Branch during consultations with Indigenous Communities in British Columbia regarding provincial parks and other protected areas.

The records are arranged according to BC Parks Operational Records Classification System (ORCS), Schedule 113827. Specific records in this accession correspond with the primary numbers 80010 to 80040 which concern Aboriginal Affairs. According to the records, files appear to have been created for each project, issue or Indigenous group, though they do not appear to be arranged chronologically or alphabetically as per the ORCS guidelines.

Records cover a broad range of topics but mainly include negotiation files, group-specific files and incident files. The Treaty Negotiation files consider common issues that span several areas in British Columbia that are being considered for protected areas, and how to deal with those issues. These include topics such as treaty negotiations regarding fish, habitat protection, water and wildlife, acquiring private lands for conversion to parklands, land selection approaches, and general policies regarding negotiations with Indigenous populations. Types of records include draft cabinet submissions, operational guidelines, correspondence, annotated decision documents, papers, positions, proposals, minutes, presentation notes, news releases, logs and backgrounders.

Group-specific negotiation files include records that chronicle the treaty process between the Provincial Government and the Indigenous groups living on or near potential protected areas. These records include discussion papers, instructions, correspondence, terms of reference and other background informational documents. Topics that arise in these discussions involve First Nations’ rights to harvesting fish, their role in fisheries management, economic opportunities and environmental concerns. Treaty negotiations involve Indigenous groups such as the Tsawwassen, Nisga’a, Lheidli T’enneh, Katzie, Northern Nations Summit (Carcross Tagish First Nation, Champagne Aishihik First Nation, Kaska Dena Council, Tahltan Joint Councils, Taku River Tlingit First Nation, Teslin Tlingit Council and Tsay Keh Dene), Te’Mexw, and the Skeetchestn Indian Band, among others.

There are also specific issue files that were created after the conclusion of treaty negotiations and the establishment of protected areas. These files are named either by the incident, project or the Indigenous group involved. Records relate to problematic use of protected areas by Indigenous groups that required legal consultation and special consideration in relation to their land-use rights. There are also files related to cooperative park management agreements, economic opportunities and funding for Indigenous groups living in protected areas. Records include court case summaries, legal advice, correspondence, and project proposals for the Economic Measures Fund by Indigenous groups.

British Columbia. Parks and Protected Areas Branch

Aboriginal liaison and First Nations consultation case files for the Cariboo Region

  • GR-3902
  • Series
  • 1985-2008

This series consists of Aboriginal liaison and First Nations consultation case files, primarily for the Cariboo region, from 1985-2008. These records document the Ministry of Environment and its successors' resource management involvement with First Nations groups and consultation with respect to resource management plans. Each file documents consultation and communication with a particular First Nation, Tribal Council or other Indigenous group regarding a variety of issues and practices related to resource management and use. File may be related to land claims, land use planning, the creation of sustainable resource management plans (SRMPs) and sub-regional area plans, or specific resource management and land management issues, including forestry, water rights, wildlife management and hunting, mining, protection of parks and cultural sites, and the creation of roads.

The files in this series were titled and organized in most instances as case files, based on the name of the First Nation involved in the consultation process. Many files document the creation and finalization of various kinds of agreements between the Ministry and First Nations groups. Files also include the planning and execution of joint projects, workshops and meetings to consult First Nations about the creation of resource management plans or to address specific resource management issues.

Files may include correspondence, reports, memorandums of understanding, agreements, financial records, business records of the relevant indigenous group, consultation protocols, maps, and newspaper articles and government responses to them.

Most files regard a particular indigenous group, mostly from the Cariboo and surrounding region, including: 'Esdilagh (Alexandria Band), Alexis Creek, Tl'etinqox Government (Anaham), Llenlleney'ten (High Bar), Bonaparte, Tsq’escen (Canim Lake), Stswecem’c/Xgat’tem (Canoe Creek), Carrier-Sekani Tribal Council, Carrier Chilcotin Tribal Council, Cariboo Tribal Council, Northern Secwēpemc te Qelmūcw (NStQ or Northern Shuswap Tribal Council), Esketemc (Alkali Lake), Hamatla Treaty Society, Homalco, Lhoosk’uz Dene (Kluskus), Lheidli-Tenneh, Nazko, Nuxalk Nation Government, Lhtako Dene (Red Bluff), Saik’uz, Skeetchestn, Shuswap Nation Tribal Council, Xat’sūll (Soda Creek), Simpcw (North Thompson Indian Band), Yunesit'in Government (Stone Indian Band), Tsilhqot’in National Government, Tl'esqox (Toosey First Nation), St'át'imc, Ts'kw'aylaxw, Ulkatcho Nation, Whispering Pines/Clinton, T'exelc (Williams Lake Indian Band), and Xeni Gwet’in First Nations. Other Indigenous groups may be mentioned within files.

Note that some of these files were reviewed as part of the following litigation: Xeni Gwet’in First Nations Government v. Her Majesty the Queen et al.

Ministries responsible for the creation of this series, and their dates of the responsibility, are:
Ministry of Environment (1988-1991)
British Columbia. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks (1991-2001)
British Columbia. Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management (2001-2005)
British Columbia. Ministry of Agriculture and Lands (2005-2010)

Records in this series are covered by ORCS 17020-20 and 17730-25 of the Resource Management ORCS (schedule 144100).

British Columbia. Ministry of Agriculture and Lands

Aboriginal policy and program development files

  • GR-3899
  • Series
  • 1995-2003

This series consists of Aboriginal policy development files, 1995-2003. Files document the development of the provincial government's aboriginal socio-economic policy, as well as socio-economic issues of concern to the Metis, off-reserve, and non-status indigenous political organizations addressed at tripartite policy tables. Records include reports, cabinet submissions, correspondence, reference materials, records of decision, conference and committee records, work plans, agendas, briefing notes, agreements, and memorandums of understandings. Files are arranged by file number and generally grouped by subject.

Records regard the Vancouver urban development agreement focusing on the Downtown Eastside, the creation of a National Aboriginal Youth Forum, best practices in creating a National Aboriginal Youth Strategy, Federal Provincial Territorial Aboriginal Forum and steering committee, Provincial Aboriginal Social-Economic Strategy, Tripartite Self-Governance Negotiations with the Metis Provincial Council and United Native Nations, and Urban Aboriginal Strategy.

Records in this series are covered by ORCS 32050-30 of the Aboriginal Programs and Services ORCS (schedule 143921).

British Columbia. Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs

Aboriginal relations and reconciliation communication office - communication projects

  • GR-4045
  • Series
  • 1996 - 2008

The series consists of records documenting communication projects developed by the office of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation, Public Affairs Bureau. These records were created and received by the ministries that had responsibility for this office between 1996-2008: Ministry of Labour and Citizens' Services (2005-2009), Ministry of Management Services (2001-2005), and Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations from 1996-2001.. The records in this series relate to the design, development, and implementation of communication projects for government agencies and ministries responsible for aboriginal relations and reconciliation across government, particularly the Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation. Communication projects are strategies for the release of information to the public. The project types range from drafting speeches or event planning, to creating minister’s speaking notes for question and answer sessions, or announcing a new government initiative. Many of these projects relate to communicating to the public about treaty negotiations and agreements such as agreements in principle, treaty agreements, interim measures and funding agreements between Indigenous groups and the government. The series also includes advertising project files which contain a communications project approval form, details of advertising costs and orders, order placement forms, and samples of the advertisement. Several files cover communication strategies on BC’s referendum on treaty principles in 2002.
The series is arranged by subject. It consists of communication plans, news releases, event planning materials, information bulletins, key messages, issues notes, articles, presentations, letters to the editor, submissions, media advisories, forms, questions and answers (Q and As), and speeches and speaking notes. The records are classified as 23100-30 communication projects and 23040-30 advertising projects under the Government Communications ORCS (schedule 881035).

British Columbia. Ministry of Labour and Citizens' Services

A.C. Anderson papers

Alexander Caulfield Anderson was born near Calcutta, India in 1814 and died at Saanich in 1884. He was educated in England and joined the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) in 1831 as an apprentice clerk. After a year of service at Lachine, he was assigned to various HBC posts throughout the northwest, including Fort Vancouver, Fort McLoughlin, Fraser Lake, Fort George, Fort Nisqually, Fort Alexandria and Fort Colvile. He was promoted to chief trader in 1846, and would have been made chief factor had he been willing to accept a post in New Caledonia. Between 1846 and 1847, in response to the Oregon boundary issue, Anderson led three exploring expeditions in an attempt to find a route, from the HBC post at Kamloops to the HBC post Fort Langley, which would fall entirely within British territory. Two of the routes that he identified were used at various times by the HBC brigades between the interior posts and the ocean. He retired from the Company in 1854, and settled with his wife Eliza Birnie, whom he married in 1837, in Cathlamet, Washington. They eventually had 13 children. In 1858 Anderson was persuaded by James Douglas to accept the position of postmaster of Victoria; he later served briefly as collector of customs, and also had various business interests in Victoria. In 1876 he was appointed as both Dominion inspector of fisheries and the federal representative on the Dominion-Provincial Joint Commission on Indian Land in British Columbia. His appointment to this commission ended in 1878. Anderson was considered scholarly, and wrote several reports, articles and manuscripts about the history of the northwest coast.

Records include: A.C. Anderson's correspondence in and out (box 1), including letters from Peter Skene Ogden, 1837-1839, Sir George Simpson, 1836-1839, and letters to Alexander Grant Dallas, 1852, and William Fraser Tolmie, 1854; journals, certificates, notes and diaries and a manuscript "History of the Northwest Coast". Some of these records were previously catalogued in the Old Manuscript Collection of the BC Archives; a conversion list of old call numbers and a subject index are in the hard copy finding aid in the reference room. Box 1, file 1-4 consists of correspondence inward; Box 1, file 5 consists of correspondence outward; Box 1, file 6-7 consists of miscellaneous fur trade papers and appointments; Box 1, file 8-9 consists of certificates and will; Box 2, file 1-9 consists of notes, diaries and histories; Box 2, file 10 consists of the draft of Notes on North-Western America; Box 3 and 4 consist of miscellaneous records

Anderson, Alexander Caulfield

Academic awards : Premier’s Excellence

  • GR-3556
  • Series
  • 1992-2000

The series consists of records documenting the Premier’s Excellence Award given to top high school graduates to attend a British Columbia university, college, or institute. The records contain the full application packages of successful applicants, which are comprised of personal essays, curriculum vitae, letters of recommendation, proof of academic achievement, and other documentation supporting merit and qualifications of the applicant. The files also contain correspondence between the Ministry and the successful students, and well as interoffice memos regarding the Premier’s Excellence Award.

The Premier’s Excellence Award was established in 1986 and consists of a financial scholarship to attend a British Columbia post-secondary institution and a medal of recognition. The awards are based on the student’s academic achievement and service to their communities and schools. One grade 12 student is awarded per year from each of British Columbia’s fifteen college regions. Successful candidates are selected by a screening committee.

The series corresponds to ORCS 40060.

British Columbia. Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology (1998-2001)

Accidents and crashes

The series consists of photographs of several accident sites involving OHL helicopters, including the 1962 McNulty crash. The series also consists of tributes to crew members Donald Roy Jacques, Mervin Carne Hesse, and Bert Warttig who were killed in crashes in 1976 and 1981. Although some photographs depict the CF-FDN crash that occurred near Whitehorse, the majority of photographs are presumed to depict incidents that occurred in British Columbia. The 1976 and 1981 incidents occurred on Grouse Mountain (North Vancouver) and near Lillooet, respectively.

The series consists of copies of handwritten notes on the life of Mike McDonough that may have been intended for use in a memorial tribute or obituary in the company’s publication RotorTales. McDonough was killed when the Bell 214ST that he was flying crashed into Big Lake, near Edmonton, Alberta during an October 1985 test flight.

The file “D Mackenzie/M. McDonough” is arranged as it was when transferred to the BC Archives, and includes some seemingly unrelated material, including photographs from China in 1984 and two undated newspaper clippings of Okanagan Helicopters Ltd. assisting with salmon fishing.

The series is arranged chronologically.

Accommodation planning as-built drawings

  • GR-3905
  • Series
  • 1990-2006

This series consists of accommodation planning as-built drawings and records regarding buildings solely used by the Ministry of Forests, 1990-2006. Much of the planning was conducted by or with the BC Building corporation.

Records regard the planning, construction, addition and renovation of buildings used by the Ministry of Forests across the province. This includes plans to upgrade or modify existing buildings, organizational moves, space transfers and accommodation re-planning to accommodate organizational change from Ministry restructuring and delineate surplus space. Each file relates to a particular location of satellite offices, Forest District offices, field offices, headquarters, warehouses and other buildings used by Forestry staff. All buildings are no longer in use and have been sold or had their leases terminated.

Records include project specifications, invitations to tender, blueprints, whiteprints, architectural drawings, project briefs, building requirements, sketches, site information, photos, building permits, correspondence, financial records, accommodation proposals, and information on staffing numbers and their required space in particular offices.

The records have been classified as ARCS number 510-02. Files are arranged in the order as they were received by the Ministry.

British Columbia. Ministry of Forests (1988-2005)

Account book

Account book relating to Mrs. F.W. Dustin's boarding house on Conklin Gulch.

Account book

Series consists of an account book showing payments made to people owning shares in the company, bills paid. Also includes minutes for meetings of the company 1873 and 1874.

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