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This accession contains records from the Administration Branch of Family and Social Services and is comprised of records documenting the ministry's responsibilities for providing public welfare and social services program. The accession contains records from the Ministry's predecessor body (the Department of Social Services and Community Health) and documents the department's involvement with Métis settlement and the development of Métis colonies.

Records include Métis Branch interim receipt reports from various communities, statement of stocks received, and a Kikino store inventory.

This accession contains records concerning Métis settlements in Alberta includes working papers, correspondence, studies, minutes and agendas relating to projects or committees that the Planning Services Branch was involved in.

Projects mentioned in these records include the Canmore Corridor project, regional and road studies, planning for Métis settlements, environmental impact assessments, and information regarding the Resource Planning Committee.

The file contains correspondence involving Deputy Minister of Health, M.G. McCallum, notes from meetings with the Provincial Minister of Health, and minutes of meetings with both the Provincial Department of Public Health and the Federal Department of Health and Welfare.

The records discuss the quality of medical services, social conditions of the Métis, involvement of the Roman Catholic nuns in administering care in the absence of qualified professionals, and interactions between the Federal Indian and Northern Health Services and the Alberta Department of Health. They also contain a list of professional requirements for professionals (nurses and doctors) in charge of administering drugs and services to schools and the general public.

This accession contains records from the Planning Services Branch and includes working papers, correspondence, studies, minutes, and agendas. The following projects are mentioned in the records: projects in the Kananaskis Country, Métis settlements in the North, environmental impact assessments, road and airport construction, vicinity protection programs areas, and regional planning commissions across the province.

This accession consists of Accounting Division records and includes Department of Public Welfare of Métis colony financial inventories. These inventories are for the following colonies: Keg River, Big Prairie, High Prairie and Utikuma Lake, East Prairie, Beaver River, Wolf Lake, Elizabeth and Fishing Lake, McKinnon Farm, and various other areas in a category marked “General” or “Timber Area.”

Other records in this accession include public welfare accounts, child welfare, neglected children, public welfare, payroll registers, and pension board meetings. File GR1974.0195/257 is a Métis Colonies Inventory, from 1939-1941.

Fraser family fonds
PR0155 · Fonds · 1861-1971

Fonds consists of business and personal records of the Fraser family including financial records, correspondence, photographs, photograph albums, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, postcards, books and a map. The fonds has been divided into the following series: Henry Fraser records; Robert Fraser records; and Tommy Fraser records.

The records include correspondence and study reports relevant to scrip and the broader Department of Indian Affairs. Scrapbooks compiled by Emilie Fraser contain multiple images from the Treaty 7 commemorations in 1977 and the royal visit.

Fraser family
Julie Anne LeGras fonds
PR0306 · Fonds · 1972-1993

Fonds consists of Le Gras' personal records as well as records reflecting her interests and involvement in various women's organizations. These records include publications, minutes, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, correspondence, posters, videotapes, audio cassettes and photographs.

Legras, Julie Anne
PR0865 · Collection · Copied 1988-1992

The collection consists of images, originally taken circa 1890 to the 1960s, from the Lac La Biche area, including images of the Filles de Jésus, priests, church exteriors and interiors, Lac La Biche Mission, mission students, houses, stores, buildings destroyed by a tornado, deer, barn building, potato picking, planting, skiing, chopping and hauling wood, a hockey team, children, Métis, families including members of the Ladouceur, Cardinal, Chevigny, families, and Italian settlers (Canterra, Biollo, Bonifacio) and a grain elevator in the Venice district. The collection also includes prints of some Le Franco images of the 1988 "Cultural Rendezvous Culturel," a copy of Joseph Ladouceur's Bill of Landing Hudson's Bay Company (1877), copies of Cree grammar books and copies of certificates of Victor Parenteau.

Lac La Biche Mission Historical Society
Series · 1906-1995
Part of Legislative Assembly of Alberta fonds

The series consists of sessional papers and other records tabled in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. The tabled records include annual and other reports of government departments, boards and universities related to their operations and programs; reports of royal commissions and commissions of inquiry; reports of Assembly committees; copies of orders-in-council, correspondence, agreements and other records requested by Members of the Legislative Assembly; regulations; petitions from individuals and organizations about various issues; annual public accounts and other financial statements; as well as other returns related to orders of the Assembly. The series also includes lists of reports required to be tabled as well as binders listing all records tabled in the legislative assembly (1979-1987).