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  • UF Stawlo
  • UF Stalo
  • UF Stolo
  • UF Stó:lō Indians

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All Hallows' School. Yale.

"Our Indians in British Columbia"; describes Indians in vicinity of Yale and missionary activities at Lytton, said to have been written by a Sister of All Hallow's School, Yale [correspondence file].

All Hallows' School (Yale, B.C.)

Archaeological investigations at the flood and pipeline sites, near Hope, British Columbia / Georg Henning Von Krogh

The item is a microfiche copy of a thesis by Georg Henning Von Krogh titled "Archaeological investigations at the flood and pipeline sites, near Hope, British Columbia." 1976. x, 247 leaves: figs., illus., maps, tables. Thesis (M.A.), Simon Fraser University, 1976. Bibliography: leaves 240-247. Canadian theses on microfiche, 30321.

Ministry of Agriculture cabinet and Treasury Board submission records

  • GR-3930
  • Series
  • 1987-1999

This series consists of cabinet and Treasury Board submission records from the Ministry of Agriculture and Food and its predecessors from 1987-1999. Cabinet, also known as the Executive Council, sets priority issues for government, approves policies set by ministries and approves the regulations and orders-in-council that flesh out the generalized language of laws passed in the Legislative Assembly. These are records leading to the preparation of cabinet submissions by the ministry and document the development of information that goes before Cabinet or that is used in developing a Cabinet submission.

Files regard a variety of topics related to agriculture, food production, food distribution, and fisheries. Some topics include: loans and financial assistance for farmers and food producers; development of food industries, including wine; aquaculture and fisheries issues; agriculture policies; use of agricultural land reserves for golf courses; export, trade and treaty negotiations with the US for products such as salmon; Indigenous involvement in fisheries and Nisga’a fisheries negotiation; and environmental issues such as soil conservation and droughts. First Nations mentioned in these records include the Sto-lo Nation, Musquem, Tsawwassen First Nation, Nat’oot’en, Gitxsan, Wet’suwet’en, Gitanyow, Tsimshian, Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council, Tk’emlúps (Kamloops Indian Band) and Nisga’a Lisims Government.

Cabinet records include cabinet submissions, correspondence, financial records, Treasury Board financial impact assessments, notes, reports, drafts, briefing notes, presentations, records of decision, order in councils, requests for legislation and background information providing context to submissions.

The Ministries responsible for these records over the years are:
Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (1986-1991)
Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1991-1998)
Ministry of Agriculture and Food (1998-2000)

These records are classified as ARCS number 201-40 and 1250-20.

British Columbia. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1991-1998)