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G.L. MacLachlan fonds
PR4208 · Fonds · 1937-1938

The fonds consists of the records of G.L. MacLachlan as chair of the Alberta Social Credit Board, primarily focusing on the Board's publicity activities. The files include correspondence, pamphlets, transcripts, articles and other records related to the distribution and publication of promotional materials. The records also include some correspondence between MacLachlan and Board members as well as an incomplete transcript of the 1938 proceedings of the Supreme Court of Canada regarding the three Social Credit bills reserved by Alberta Lieutenant-Governor John C. Bowen.

MacLachlan, G.L.
Don Sparrow fonds
PR4204 · Fonds · 1989-1992

The fonds consists of records related to recreation programs created and received by Don Sparrow during his term as Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation, including records of his predecessor Steve West as Minister of Recreation and Parks that Sparrow received upon taking office. The files include correspondence regarding grants, maintenance of sports facilities, and summer and winter games held in Alberta.

Sparrow, Don
Wildlife control records
Series · 1950-2013

The series consists of records that related to complaints, studies, and solutions for nuisance wildlife, including but not limited to big game.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Fish and Game Branch
John L. Robinson fonds
PR4202 · Fonds · 1948-1953

The fonds consists of the records created and received by John L. Robinson as Minister of Industries and Labour. The records include correspondence, briefs suggesting changes to legislation, amendments to acts and regulations, reports and newspaper clippings relating to such subjects as the Alberta Federation of Labour, apprenticeship, the Board of Industrial Relations, the Bureau of Statistics, the Canadian Congress of Labour, the Civil Service Commission, Cooperatives, credit unions, hours of work, licensing of trades and businesses, the Alberta Power Commission and the Provincial Marketing Board. The fonds also includes a single file of correspondence from 1953 of his successor, Norman Willmore.

Robinson, John L.
Bud Miller fonds
PR4198 · Fonds · 1972-1982

The fonds consists of records created and received by Bud Miller during his term as the Associate Minister of Public Lands and Wildlife within the Department of Energy and Natural Resources.

Miller, Bud
Wildlife management records
Series · 1932-2016

The series consists of records that relate to various aspects of wildlife management such as damage caused by wildlife, boundary changes, wildlife populations and the effect of industrial activity and natural hazards, harvest estimates, monitoring, research, and other related topics.

Alberta. Lands and Mines. Game Branch (1936-1937)
Series · 1950-2016

The series consists of records that address how the division was operated. It includes information about policy, programs, projects, reorganizations, committees, meetings, research, plans, and public interaction.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Fish and Wildlife Division
Fonds · 1906-1994, predominant 1937-1994

The fonds consists of records related to the constitutional and ceremonial duties performed by the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta. The records include correspondence with the Premier, the Secretary of State of Canada, other lieutenant governors; documents related to swearing-in ceremonies for cabinet members; throne speeches; and documents related to the installation of Lieutenant Governors. The records also include correspondence, photographs, Christmas cards, invitations, minutes of meetings, Government House guest registers, and other records related to royal visits, tours, centennials and other commemorative events, levees at Government House, organizations of which the Lieutenant Governor served as patron, the presentation of coronation and other medals, liaison activities with honorary consuls, and the operations of the Alberta Order of Excellence program. The fonds also includes biographical sketches, journals, and personal correspondence of some Lieutenant Governors.

The fonds includes the records from the terms of all Lieutenant Governors of Alberta, namely G.H.V. Bulyea, R.G. Brett, William Egbert, William Walsh, P.C.H. Primrose, John C. Bowen, J.J. Bowlen, J. Percy Page, Grant MacEwan, Ralph Steinhauer, Frank Lynch-Staunton, Helen Hunley, and Gordon Towers.

With most of the records dating from Bowen's term onward, the pre-1937 records are largely represented by a correspondence record book (1906-1917), a file of correspondence regarding ministerial resignations (1909-1917), and the Government House guest registers (1914-1936).

Alberta. Lieutenant Governor
Series · 1965-1998

The series consists of reports and studies from the Electricity Policy Branch that relate to power costs in Alberta using various power generation alternatives and plant facilities, electric power grid interconnection configurations, load flow studies, electricity rates and the advantages and disadvantages and relative costs of existing and proposed transmission lines locations. The reports and studies also relate to Alberta’s move to loosening the regulation of electricity to a more market-based system.

Fonds · 1887-1907

The fonds consists of files pertaining to civil and criminal matters heard by the Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories based in Fort Macleod. The fonds consists of the following series:

• Civil case files
• Criminal case files
• Probate case files
• Inquest case files
• Trial docket ledgers

Northwest Territories. Supreme Court
James F. Macleod fonds
Fonds · 1883-1894

The fonds consists of index (1883-1894), notebooks (1885-1890), and supplementary notebook (1890-1893) of James F. Macleod pertaining to his career as a stipendiary magistrate and judge of the Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories. The notebooks and index comprise his personal notes regarding the cases over which he presided. The series also includes a notebook used by his daughter Helen Macleod for class notes on literature, geography, and spelling.

Macleod, James F.
Edward P. McNeill fonds
PR4164 · Fonds · 1882-1913

The fonds consists of records created by Edward P. McNeill as part of his law practice in Fort Macleod from 1899-1913 prior to his appointment as a judge of the District Court of Alberta. The fonds includes client files (1882-1913) pertaining to land sales, mortgages, partnerships, agreements and contracts, wills and estates, and brands. The files also pertain to civil litigation, including representing the Hudson’s Bay Company in overdue accounts cases as well as business dealings with banker John Cowdry and rancher Edward Maunsell. The fonds also includes files pertaining to the administration of his law practice (1902-1910) as well as his personal business interests (1898-1912).

McNeill, Edward P.
Fonds · 1907-1979

The fonds consists of files pertaining to actions heard by the District Court of Alberta based in Fort Macleod. The fonds consists of the following series:

• Civil case files
• Criminal case files
• Probate case files
• Workers Compensation Act case files
• Trial docket ledgers

Alberta. District Court
Series · 1885-1970

The series consists of records created by the Office of the Clerk for courts in Calgary. The records include clerk’s oaths of office (1887-1889); fee books, cash books, suitor’s account ledgers, receipt books and other accounting records (1885-1970); index ledgers for writs issued by the courts; postage accounts (1915-1948); specimen appeal books and transcripts of various trials and depositions (1922-1943), staff attendance ledger (1915-1919); and ledgers pertaining to the transfers and receipts of case files and court exhibits.

Alberta. Attorney General. Clerk of the Court
Series · 1886-1964

The series consists ledgers, documents and artifacts submitted to the Clerk of the Court in Calgary as evidence in court cases but which were subsequently separated from their original case files. The series comprises account books from unidentified businesses as well as those of Jesse Stewart, the Canmore Coal Company, the Merchants Bank of Canada, Globe Savings and Loan, the Alexander Hotel, as well as the estate of M.G. McLean. The series also includes correspondence, lists, account books, cheques, stock certificates, agreements, racing tickets, drivers licenses, photographs, receipts, promissory notes, prescription forms, counterfeit currency, dice, and a deck of cards.

Alberta. Attorney General. Clerk of the Court
Series · 1930-1936

The series consists of a fee book from the Clerk of Court based in Red Deer.

Alberta. Attorney General. Clerk of the Court
Fonds · 1914-1920

The fonds consists of ledgers documenting the registration of chattel mortgages and liens in the Registration District of Athabasca.

Alberta. Registration District
Fonds · 1926-1967

The fonds consists of records related to registration of documents in Vegreville. The fonds includes specimens of files pertaining chattel mortgages and bills of sale (1923-1967), seed grain liens (1930-1931), the Cooperative Rural Credit Act (1935), the Debt Adjustment Act (1931-1932), and to the Farmers’ Creditors Arrangement Act (1934-1946).

Alberta. Registration District
Series · 1974-2003

The series relates to Farm Development Leases (FDL), which are issued on public lands that are suitable for cultivation, haying, or grazing. The records may include, but are not limited to: lease and application; amendment and renewal documents; lease/rental documents; plans, sketches and surveys; financial documents; specific disposition type documents; inspection reports; termination and reclamation documents; worksheets; legal land searches; forms; and correspondence.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Public Lands Division
Fonds · 1917-1963

The fonds consists of the records of the Magistrate’s Court in Edmonton. It consists of the following series:

• Criminal information and complaint records
• Magistrate's Court Clerk (Edmonton) records

Alberta. Magistrate's Court
Series · 1977-1992

The series consists of records related to the operations of the Canada/Alberta Subsidiary Agreement on Agricultural Processing and Marketing (APMA) and its predecessor, the Nutritive Processing Agreement (NPA), which were grant programs designed to provide direct financial incentives to agriculture and food value-adding and research projects in Alberta. The records include policies, procedures, minutes of meetings of the Joint Committee, agreements and other records related to the program's development and operations.

Alberta. Agriculture. Rural Development Division
Fonds · 1907-1979

The fonds consists of the records of the Supreme Court of Alberta based in Medicine Hat. The fonds consists of the following series:

• Civil case file records
• Criminal case file records
• Docket sheets
• Cases set down ledger

Alberta. Supreme Court. Trial Division
Fonds · 1935-2001

The fonds consists of the records of the Dairy Control Board of Alberta and its predecessors pertaining to its mandate to ensure that an adequate supply of safe, quality dairy products was available to consumers at reasonable prices through policies and services that supported a profitable, competitive, market-driven Alberta dairy industry. The records include policies, procedures, agreements, correspondence, orders and directives, minutes of meetings, statistical and position reports, and case files of dairy manufacturing plants. The records also pertain to milk quotas, litigation activities, the National Milk Marketing Plan, equalization pools, and the Western Milk Pool. The photographs include glass plate negatives of early dairy farming activities as well as images of Board members who served from 1975-2001.

Alberta Milk Control Board
Apiculture programs records
Series · 1940-1996

The series consists of records related to bees, beekeeping or apiculture programs. The records include correspondence, reports, minutes of association meetings, registrations, surveys, and other related records.

Alberta. Agriculture. Apiculture Branch
Fur farms program records
Series · 1936-1956

The records consists of records related to fur farming programs. The records include licenses and statistical returns of provincial fur farmers, films of fur farming activities, as well as lantern slides and glass plate negatives of mink farming operations.

Alberta. Agriculture. Fur Farms Branch
Series · 1978-1985

The series consists of the records of the Director of the Engineering and Rural Services Division. The files include divisional policies, correspondence, and annual reports.

Alberta. Agriculture. Engineering and Rural Services Division
Series · 1984-1985

The series consists of correspondence files regarding the Livestock Drought Assistance Program, a federal-provincial support program from 1984-1985 that provided financial assistance to cattle, sheep and goat producers within designated areas to maintain their breeding herds or flocks during a period of drought.

Alberta. Agriculture. Beef Cattle and Sheep Branch
Series · 1975-1988

The series consists of the records of the Director of the Market Development Division. The files include correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, and other records related to external and inter-governmental liaison activities, food/feed products/processing plant projects, industry committees, as well as agricultural marketing boards and commissions.

Alberta. Agriculture. Market Development Division (1982-1991)
Series · 1864-1932

The series consists of records from the Department of Interior, including Orders-in-Council, regulations, rulings, meteorological registers, and reports.

Canada. Interior. Minister
Series · 1992-2000

The series consists of news releases issued by the Government of Alberta through the Alberta Communications Network pertaining to events, programs and initiatives undertaken by government ministries.

Alberta. Public Affairs Bureau
Series · 1947-1964

The series consists of general correspondence of the Film and Photographic Branch pertaining to Alberta's Golden Jubilee in 1955, travel and promotional films, and the National Film Board of Canada.

Alberta. Provincial Secretary. Film and Photographic Branch
Government films records
Series · 1940-2002

The series consists of films maintained as part of the Provincial Film Library, including films produced for or by the Government of Alberta as well as from other sources. The films pertain to:

  • Official government events, including royal visits, swearing-in ceremonies, press conferences, and Christmas messages from the Premier and Lieutenant-Governor;

  • Travel and tourism promotion, including the Rocky Mountains, the badlands in Drumheller, provincial parks, Expo 67 and Expo 86;

  • Community events and celebrations, such as Banff Indian Days, Calgary Stampede, the Muk Luk Mardi Gras, and Klondike Days;

  • Sports and recreational activities, such as fishing, camping, skiing, hockey, the Grey Cup, Canada Winter Games, golfing, Summer Games, and the Calgary Olympics;

  • Industrial activities, including rural electrification, dam construction, pulp and paper production, oil sands, petroleum refining, mining, ranching, forestry, and irrigation;

  • Transportation, including railways, bridges, roads, and airports;

  • Labour and career training, including nursing, Olds College, the Banff Centre, and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT);

  • and other subjects including Swan Hills, hazardous wastes, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Atlantic No. 3 well fire, Fort Edmonton Park, the Check Stop Campaign, Father Lacombe, the role of communications and Public Affairs, and the United Way.

The series also includes films created for promoting various government programs as well as training staff.

Alberta. Trade and Industry. Publicity Bureau
Series · 1983-2003

The series relates to Wild Rice Operations. A Wild Rice Operation authorization is issued on Crown beds and shores of water bodies for the purpose of growing wild rice. The records may include authorizations and applications; amendments and renewal documents; lease/rental documents; plans and sketches; financial documents; specific disposition type documents; inspection repots; termination documents; legal land searches; forms; and correspondence.

Alberta. Energy and Natural Resources. Public Lands Division
Series · 1959-1975, predominant 1967-1973

The series consists of records related to social development projects involving educational initiatives undertaken to increase incomes, employment opportunities, and the standard of living for individuals residing in underdeveloped and rural areas of Alberta. The files include correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, project files, and other related records.

Additional records refer to economic activities in Indigenous communities such as Slave Lake, Peace River, Wabasca-Desmarais, Grande Cache, Strathcona County, Camrose, and Fort McMurray. Other records outline the Métis and Aboriginal settlement and reserves existing in Alberta. They also mention various educational institutions, both post secondary and secondary, and opportunities in the north as well and health and legal issues concerning Indigenous groups.

Alberta. Human Resources Development Authority
Feeder associations records
Series · 1935-2006

The series consists of records related to the Government of Alberta's programs related to feeder associations, which are cooperative organizations that enter into agreements with their members for the members to grow, finish or otherwise deal with livestock or livestock products owned by the feeder association. The files contain correspondence, financial reports, and records related to individual associations as well as the Alberta Feeder Associations Loan Guarantee Program.

Alberta. Agriculture. Regulatory Services and Feeder Associations Branch
Series · 1962-1996

The series relates to Integrated Resource Planning, which is the effective management and utilization of natural resources and public lands that belong to the Crown. The series includes general information; regional, sub-regional, and local level plans; and reviews of plans and strategies. The records include correspondence, policies relating to the planning process and implementation of integrated resource planning, strategies, Regional Integrated Decisions (RID), and related documents.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Public Lands Division
Forest Fire Reports
Series · 1953-2010

The series consist of Forest Fire Reports, which are completed after forest fires. The records include form FP 48 Individual Fire Reports, which indicate the number of fires involved, who cause the fire, and details about how the fire was fought. They include area and value compilation sheets, indicating forest stand description, burned area, and forest cover equivalent value per unit and total value. They include Form TM51 Fire Damage Evaluation, which indicate forest type, area map, percentage of fire kill, and volume. They include fire maps, which show fire and fire weather. They include Form FP63 Air tanker Drop Evaluation, which indicate the type of retardant used, mission success, fire behavior, size of fire, and type of mission. The records also include the Fire Cost Record, which indicates equipment and other costs as well as correspondence and related documents.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Forest Protection Branch
Series · 1959-1999

The series relates to the training and certification of forest firefighters. The records include correspondence, policies, information about the development of course content, information about participants, and information about personnel certification review.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Forest Protection Branch
Series · 1961-1991

The series relates to the Fire Management Program. The records include correspondence, policies, the development of course materials, cooperative agreements, research papers, and related documents.

Alberta. Energy and Natural Resources. Forest Protection Branch
Forestry Maps
Series · ca. 1943-1985

The series consists of maps relating to Forestry in Alberta. The records include Forest Reserve Maps, Forest Cover and Planimetric Maps, Provincial Access Series Maps, Alberta Forest Service Base Maps, and Forest Management Maps including Air Operations, Fire Bombing, and other related material.

Alberta. Lands and Mines. Technical Division
Series · 1949-1997

The series relates to tree growth. The records include tree growth surveys and master plans as well as correspondence, policies and projects relating to stand tending techniques and activities. Stand tending is work done on a young stand of trees to improve growth and quality.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Forest Surveys Branch
Forest Health records
Series · 1959-2009

The series relates to the control of forest pests and diseases. The records address pesticides, pheromones, insects, and diseases and include correspondence, policies, reports, research, annual reports, project summaries, proposals, surveys, and related documents.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Timber Management Branch
Series · 1954-2002

The series consists of records of the Director of the Animal Industry Division. The records include correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings and other records related to liaison activities with the Minister, Deputy Minister, branch staff members, other departments, and external stakeholders regarding cattle, poultry, sheep, pork, horse, feeder association, and other animal industry programs.

Alberta. Agriculture. Animal Industry Division
Fonds · 1904-1917

The fonds consists of the records of the Medicine Valley Creamery Association, which operated a creamery in Evarts, Alberta from 1904 to approximately 1917. The records include incorporation documents and agreements, list of shareholders, rules and regulations, contracts and specifications for buildings, machinery and other equipment, correspondence with members and with the provincial Dairy Branch, annual reports, production statistics, and financial records.

Medicine Valley Creamery Association
Series · 1979-1995

The series consists of feasibility studies or market research pertaining to agricultural products. The records include studies and research about the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), export opportunities, marketing strategies, industry profiles, statistics, and other records related to meat, poultry, canola, condiments, frozen foods, pork, and other agricultural products.

Alberta. Agriculture. Market Development Division (1975-1977)
Mining Lands Branch records
Series · 1930-1936

The series consists of records relating to the Mining Lands Branch, which administered the regulations governing the disposal of mineral rights which were the property of the Crown in Provincial and School Lands.

Alberta. Lands and Mines. Mining Lands Branch
Series · 1973-1978

The series consists of records related to the East Indonesia Regional Development Study, a project funded by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) that sent Canadian agricultural staff to work with their East Indonesian counterparts to improve agricultural practices in East Indonesia. The records include technical studies about financial, industrial, natural and human resources in East Indonesia; development strategies for the Study; as well as operational records related to the Study such as agreements, memorandums of understanding, terms of reference, quarterly reports, handbooks, and correspondence of provincial government officials responsible for the project.

Alberta. Agriculture. Development. Assistant Deputy Minister
Series · 1920-1984

The series consists of records related to the provincial government's dairy herd improvement program.

Alberta. Agriculture. Dairy Branch
Series · 1887-1993

The series consists of records related to provincial dairy processing programs. The records include dairy processing license ledgers (1938-1979) as well as other operational records.

Alberta. Agriculture. Dairy Branch
Series · 1960-2005

The series relates to operating policies and procedures of parks, recreation, natural heritage and ecological reserves areas. The records include information about revenue generation and fees, correspondence, and policy and procedure documents.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Provincial Parks Division
Series · 1935-1995

The series consists of executive records of the Assistant Deputy Minister of the Parks Division.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Provincial Parks Division
Series · 1911-2004

The series relates to cottage subdivisions within Provincial Parks. The records include policies and procedures, development and maintenance standards, implementation plans, communication plans, lease agreements, amendments, and inquiries.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Provincial Parks Division
Series · 1946-2000

The series relates to forest management within Provincial Parks. The records include correspondence relating to forest management, surveys, reports, proposals, timber harvesting, open houses, and forest pesticides.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Provincial Parks Division
Encumbrances records
Series · 1930-2003

The series addresses encumbrances registered against mineral agreements. The records relate to companies filing a security interest.

Alberta. Lands and Mines. Mining Lands Branch
Series · 1885-1951

The series consists of meteorological statistics captured by the department for various communities throughout Alberta. The statistics include temperature, precipitation, hours of sunshine and inches of snow.

Alberta. Agriculture. Crop Statistician
Series · 1956-1975

The series consists of the records pertaining to vegetable production research at the agricultural research facility at Brooks.

Alberta. Agriculture. Provincial Horticultural Station
Series · 1932-1998

The series consists of records related to programs designed to control weeds. The records include correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, conference proceedings pertaining to urban weed and weed alert programs, weed control courses, and other related subjects.

Alberta. Agriculture. Field Crops Branch (1921-1966)
Series · 1937-1999

The series consists of the records pertaining to extension and library services provided by the agricultural research facility in Edmonton. The files include newsletters, research and published articles from external organizations, internal reports and studies from the facility, and other related records.

Alberta. Agriculture. Alberta Tree Nursery and Horticulture Centre Branch
Series · 1975-1998

The series consists of records related generally to the operations of the business unit responsible for criminal justice. The files include correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, and other related records.

Alberta. Attorney General. Criminal Justice Branch
Series · 1943-1983

The series consists of topographical and planimetric maps created by the Technical Division of Lands and Mines and Lands and Forests as well as from the Department of Transportation.

Alberta. Lands and Mines. Technical Division
Consular corps records
Series · 1980-2003

The series consists of records related to the recognition of ambassadors and consular representatives within Alberta. The files contain notification of 'definitive recognition' (appointments), address changes, acting appointments, notification of ambassador visits, letters of congratulations and regret (for consulate office closures), staff change updates and general correspondence relating to the consular corps.

Alberta. Executive Council. Protocol Office (1978-1993)
Official ceremonies records
Series · 1981-2004

The series consists of records related to official government ceremonies. The files include ceremony agendas, briefings, opening remarks, itineraries, invitations and RSVPs, guest lists, seating and/or floor plans, speaking notes, news releases, function information sheets, supporting documentation and general correspondence relating to swearing-in Ceremonies for new cabinet ministers, Remembrance Day ceremonies, opening of the Legislative Assembly sessions, and similar events.

Alberta. Executive Council. Protocol Office (1978-1993)
Series · 1914-2013, predominant 1970-2008

The series consists of files related to the provision of legal advice and assistance to government ministries. The files include requests for solicitor assignments, correspondence with client department, legal research, legal advice and opinions, copies of supporting court documents, and other related records.

Alberta. Attorney General. Civil Law Branch
Series · 1921-1996

The series consists of petroleum and natural gas lease and licence registers. The registers include the date each posting request was received, the lands being posted, the schedule number that the Crown Mineral Disposition Review Committee (CMDRC) used to identify their concerns, date of the sale in which the posting request is advertised, parcel number designated to request, purchaser's name, bonus paid for parcel, and price per hectare. Some registers (GR1991.0102) also include sketches of cancelled Crown Reserve Drilling Reservations and related Credit Record Registers.

Alberta. Mines and Minerals. Minerals Division
Civil litigation records
Series · 1958-2009, predominant 1970-2009

The series consists of records related to litigation involving claims by and against the Crown, Ministers of the Crown, government employees, and some Crown agencies, boards, and commissions, as well as civil forfeitures, human rights matters, and expropriations. The files include requests for solicitor assignments, correspondence with client department, legal research, legal advice and opinions, copies of supporting court documents, and other related records.

Alberta. Attorney General. Civil Law Branch
Series · ca. 1983-1986

The series consists of records related to Alberta's portion of national reporting on United Nations conventions to which Canada has acceded to or ratified. The files include minutes and agenda of interdepartmental committee meetings and information exchanges as well as federal-provincial-territorial meetings pertaining to the following conventions: International Convention of the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, Convention on the Rights of the Child, and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Alberta. Attorney General. Civil Law Branch
Series · 1969-2009

The series consists of programs operated by the province pertaining to parole and probation, which are more commonly referred to as community corrections and release programs. The files include correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, statistics, and other records related to treatment programs, victims services, Indigenous services, and other operations.

Alberta. Attorney General. Adult Probation Branch
Series · 1970-2011

The series consists of case files of inmates incarcerated at the Calgary Remand Centre. The case files include correspondence, warrants of committal to the facility, personal property sheets, inmate requests, reports, as well as information related to the inmate's release.

Alberta. Solicitor General (1973-1992). Calgary Remand Centre
Series · 1989-2004

The series consists of case files of inmates incarcerated at the Edmonton Remand Centre. The case files include correspondence, warrants of committal to the facility, personal property sheets, inmate requests, reports, as well as information related to the inmate's release.

Alberta. Solicitor General (1973-1992). Edmonton Remand Centre
Series · 1992-2004

The series consists of records related to the operations of the Calgary (Central) Community Corrections office pertaining to parole and probation programs.

Alberta. Justice. Community Corrections and Release Branch
Series · 1986-2013

The series consists of records related to the operations of the Medicine Hat Remand Centre. The files include director's files, minutes of management meetings, and records related to inmate education, treatment, chaplaincy, volunteers and other programs.

Alberta. Solicitor General (1973-1992). Medicine Hat Remand Centre
Series · 1979-1999

The series consists of records related to the operations of the Fort McMurray Community Corrections office pertaining to parole and probation programs.

Alberta. Justice. Community Corrections and Release Branch
Series · 1975-1995

The series consists of records related to the operations of the Grande Prairie Community Corrections office pertaining to parole and probation programs. The series also includes records from the Peace River office.

Alberta. Justice. Community Corrections and Release Branch
Series · 1978-1990

The series consists of records related to the operations of the Red Deer Community Corrections office pertaining to parole and probation programs.

Alberta. Solicitor General (1973-1992). Community Corrections Branch
Series · 1970-1990

The series consists of log books (1970-1986) and operational records (1974-1984, 1989-1990) pertaining to the Edmonton Youth Development Centre.

Alberta. Solicitor General (1973-1992). Edmonton Youth Development Centre
Series · 1915-1985

The series consists of criminal prosecution case files involving the department. The case files consist of correspondence, legal opinions, police reports, transcripts of proceedings, and copies of orders, affidavits, statements, judgments, and other documents pertaining to prosecutions at the District Court of Alberta, Supreme Court of Alberta (including its Trial Division and Appellate Division), the Court of Appeal of Alberta, and the Supreme Court of Canada.

Alberta. Attorney General. Criminal Justice Branch
Series · 1983-2012

The series consists of records related to the administration and operation of victims of crime programs. The files include correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, policies, complaints to the Executive Director, briefing notes, legal opinions, strategic planning, training material, departmental business plan and annual report drafts and revisions, and the Federal Policy Centre for Victims Issues. The files also contain Victims of Crime Programs Committee meeting agendas, minutes and related reports and statistics. The records also pertain to various victims service programs eligible to receive funding from the Victims of Crime Fund Grants Program, which provides grants to police-based and community victim service programs to partially fund their operations.

Alberta. Justice. Victims, Regulatory and Administrative Support Branch
Series · 1973-1995

The series consists of case files pertaining to appeals of criminal prosecutions made by the Government of Alberta to the Court of Appeal of Alberta or the Supreme Court of Canada. The case files contain correspondence, copies of court documents, transcripts of court proceedings, legal opinions, judgments, and other related records.

Alberta. Attorney General. Criminal Justice Branch
Series · 1957-2011

The series consists of records pertaining to an application to declare an individual a dangerous offender under the Criminal Code of Canada. The files include correspondence, reports, copies of court documents, police reports, transcripts, criminal statistics, and other related records.

Alberta. Attorney General. Criminal Justice Branch
Series · 2001-2010

The series consists of records relating to programs and operations at the Calgary Young Offenders Centre.

Alberta. Solicitor General (2001-2005). Calgary Young Offender Centre
Series · 2000-2008

The series consists of working or day files for the Minister of Justice and Attorney General, including those created and received by Dave Hancock, Ron Stevens, and Alison Redford.

Alberta. Justice and Attorney General. Minister
Cabinet meeting records
Series · 1971-2004

The series consists of records related to meetings of members of the Executive Council, also known as cabinet meetings. The files contain agendas, minutes of meetings, and meeting packages. The meeting packages may contain cabinet minutes; committee reports and recommendations from each of the standing policy committees; current matters such as cabinet scheduling and upcoming government caucus agenda items; discussion of orders-in-council; major items for discussion and/or decision which require a significant amount of planning and strategizing; reports and briefings; approval of appointments to various agencies, boards and commissions. The files may also include minister's reports, requests for decision, records of decision, and "minute cuts," which are summaries filed by portfolio and contain all follow-up memos and Records of Decision for that year's minutes that warranted them, as well as minutes that do not warrant follow-up.

Alberta. Executive Council
Series · 1970-1997

The series consists of records related to meetings of task forces and subcommittees of Executive Council's committees, which were created for specific projects of short duration. The files include agenda, minutes, and meeting packages containing correspondence, reports, and other related records.

Alberta. Executive Council
Series · 1927-1931

The series consists of records created by Herbert Greenfield during his term as Alberta’s Agent-General in London from 1927-1931. The files contain correspondence and programs pertaining to advertising and newspaper articles, promotional tours, Premier J.E. Brownlee and the Executive Council, British and Canadian businesses and organizations such as the British Empire League, recruitment of doctors, land settlement, and Alberta resources and industries including bituminous sands, oil, dairy, barley malting, coal, agriculture, timber, flax straw and fur farming.

Alberta. Executive Council. Agent-General (London)
Series · 1997-2007

The series consists of case files pertaining to the business unit's prosecution of environmental and occupational health and safety offenses under provincial statutes. The case files contain prosecution packages, police reports, citations, witness statements, information and Indictments, criminal records sheets, transcripts, affidavits, subpoenas, bail forfeitures, court orders, and general correspondence.

Alberta. Justice. Special Prosecutions Branch
Series · 1985-1992

The series consists of the records created and received by the Assistant Deputy Minister of Property Services pertaining to operations in that business unit.

Alberta. Attorney General. Court and Property Services. Assistant Deputy Minister
Series · 1941-1978, predominant 1968-1973

The series consists of records created and received by Dr. Florence Brent in her role as the Legal / Medical Advisor to the Attorney General. The files include correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, legislation, and subject files pertaining to abortion, medical and legal professional organizations, the Alberta Board of Review, breathalyzer and impaired driving, constitutional law, the Criminal Injuries Compensation Act, divorce, drug and alcohol abuse, the Mental Health Act, obstetrics and gynecology, sexual sterilization, women's rights, medico-legal cases, hospitals, and other issues. The series also includes a folder of copies of correspondence of the Attorney General created by his Executive Assistant, 1977-1978.

Alberta. Attorney General. Legal / Medical Advisor
Series · 1924-2008

The series consists of records related to sheriffs, bailiffs, and process issuers working within the provincial judicial system. The files include policies, procedures, contracts, returns of fees paid and other financial records, statistics, jury practice and management, as well as case files pertaining to appointments. The series also includes records relate to court closures.

Alberta. Attorney General. General Office
Raymond Ratzlaff fonds
PR4062 · Fonds · 1969-1971

The fonds consists of the records created and received by Raymond Ratzlaff during his term as the Minister of Industry and Tourism. The files pertain to provincial government departments, relations with the federal government, and other ministerial matters.

Ratzlaff, Raymond
Series · 1974-1995

The series consists of records of the Alberta Office of Coal Research and Technology (AOCRT). AOCRT administers the Alberta/Canada Energy Resources Research Fund, the Alberta Coal Research Program, the Alberta Hydrogen Research Program, and the Western Canadian Low Sulphur Coal to Ontario Program. The records include project files, correspondence, reports, minutes, annual reports, briefing books, funding resolutions, and inquiries.

Alberta. Energy and Natural Resources. Scientific-Engineering Services and Research Division
Series · 1976-2001

The series consists of records relating to the Southwest Alberta Renewable Energy Initiative (SWAREI) program and the Alberta Office of Renewable Energy Technology which administered the program. The records include correspondence, financial information, inquiries relating to the program, minutes, and reports.

Alberta. Energy and Natural Resources. Scientific-Engineering Services and Research Division
Anders Aalborg fonds
PR4174 · Fonds · 1935-1971, predominant 1951-1971

The fonds consists of the records created and received by Anders Aalborg as a Member of the Legislative Assembly as well as a cabinet minister. The fonds is divided into the following series:

  • Constituency records;
  • Minister of Education records, which include files received from his predecessor Ivan Casey when Aalborg took office;
  • Provincial Treasurer records, which include files received from his predecessor Edgar Hinman when Aalborg took office; and
  • Other cabinet records, which may include records received as Minister of Telephones.
Aalborg, Anders
James Henderson fonds
PR4063 · Fonds · ca. 1963-1971

The fonds consists of the records of James Henderson created and received during his tenure as the Minster of Health, including files received from his predecessor J. Donovan Ross that Henderson received upon taking office.

Henderson, James
Ecological Reserves records
Series · 1951-2010

Ecological Reserves are protected areas that preserve and protect very sensitive landscapes in an undisturbed state for scientific research and education. Ecological Reserves are established under the Wilderness Areas, Ecological Reserves, Natural Areas and Heritage Rangelands Act. The records include correspondence, policy documents, reports, and studies that relate to existing Ecological Reserves and proposed ones.

Alberta. Lands and Forests. Provincial Parks Division
Series · 1998

The series consists of the day files of Nolan Steed, the Director of Constitutional Law.

Alberta. Justice. Constitutional Law Branch
Milt Pahl fonds
PR4201 · Fonds · 1975-1986

The fonds consists of the records of Milt Pahl created and received during his tenure as the Minister without Portfolio with responsibility for Indigenous matters, including records created by his predecessors Bob Bogle and Donald McCrimmon received by Pahl when he took office.

The files include correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, subject files and other records related to liaison activities with Alberta First Nation communities and organizations, oil and gas revenues, child welfare, education, housing, the Slave River hydro project, and grant proposals and applications.

Pahl, Milt
Series · 1908-2013

The series consists of records created and received by the Deputy Attorney General. The files include correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, legislation, legal opinions, transcripts, and other records related to courts, gaols, prisons, magistrates, court officials, royal commissions, criminal prosecutions, civil litigation, and all aspects of the operations of the ministry

Alberta. Attorney General. Deputy Attorney General