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            PR2538 · Fonds · 1962 - 1997

            The fonds consists of correspondence, alphabetical office files, chronological correspondence files, financial statements, minutes from various committees, policy papers, reports, resolutions, newsletters, personnel files, programs manuals, pamphlets dating from the 1960s and 1990s related to the operation of the Alberta Federation of Labour. The fonds also includes audio recordings of conference and conventions of the AFL dating from 1962 - 1994; photographs documenting activities such as conventions, meetings, ceremonies, and social outings dating from the 1950s to the 1970s; audio recordings and video recordings of labour reviews, and AFL sheet music and recordings.

            Alberta Federation of Labour
            Alfred Farmilo fonds
            PR0608 · Fonds · 1900-1965

            Fonds consists of the personal records of Alfred W. Farmilo, mainly related to his involvement in various labour organizations, official boards, and associations, and includes minutes, correspondence, submissions, speeches, reference material, certificates, receipts, newspaper clippings, financial records, member lists, souvenirs, statistics, reports, pamphlets, posters, articles, scrapbooks, caricatures, journals, and photographs dating from 1900 to 1965. The fonds has been arranged into the following series: Official Boards and Associations; Personal Papers; Speeches; Newspaper Clippings; Other; Reference Materials; Photographs.

            Farmilo, Alfred
            Anna MacLaren fonds
            PR1891 · Fonds · 1944-1958

            The fonds consists of loose scrapbook pages, compiled by Anna MacLaren, of newspaper articles about unionism, labour organizations, labour legislation, minimum wages, the Hotel and Restaurant Employees’ International Alliance Local No. 198 and Anna MacLaren.

            MacLaren, Anna
            PR2549 · Fonds · 1954 - 1983

            The fonds consists of records used, maintained, received and created by the Canadian Labour Congress, Edmonton Sub-regional Office, including reports and minutes from conventions; daily journals of Henry Tomaschuk, general representative of the CLC; council minutes; financial statements; pamphlets; news releases; conference reports and minutes; correspondence and agreements between the CLC and other local, international and federal unions; correspondence and agreements between the CLC and companies and organizations. The fonds dates from 1954 to 1983.

            Canadian Labour Congress. Edmonton Sub-regional Office
            Series · 1925-1999

            The series consists of the records of the Deputy Minister of Labour, including those of that position's predecessors, the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Deputy Minister of Industries and Labour, and the Deputy Minister of Advanced Education and Manpower.

            The files include correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, legal decisions, publications, conference proceedings, background research, legislation and other records related to employment standards, working conditions in various industries, hours of pay, wages, investigations, apprenticeship, labour disputes, federal-provincial liaison activities, women and youth in the workforce, and occupational health. It also includes records related to departmental administration and liaison activities with branches within the department.

            The series also includes records related to the Deputy's role as the chair of the regional chapter of the National War Labour Board, including correspondence, speeches, newspaper clippings, legislation, and case files of liaison activities with stakeholders.

            Alberta. Trade and Industry. Deputy Minister
            Series · 1949-1978

            The series consists of circulars issued by the Director of Labour Standards, previously known as the Chief Inspector of the Board of Industrial Relations. The circulars provide instructions and guidance as to procedures in applying labour legislation and Board orders when undertaking workplace inspections in the field.

            The series incorporates circulars issued when employment standards was under the jurisdiction of the Board of Industrial Relations.

            Alberta. Manpower and Labour. Labour Standards Branch
            Series · 1936-2009, predominant 1978-2009

            The series consists of records related to the development of provincial employment standards. The files include correspondence, reports, drafts of legislation, case files related to liaison activities with stakeholders, minutes of meetings, and other related records. It also includes records retail to the province's retail code.

            The series incorporates records created when labour standards was under the jurisdiction of the Board of Industrial Relations.

            Alberta. Labour (1975-1999). Employment Standards
            Series · 1940-1998, predominant 1967-1998

            The series consist of records related generally to the operations of the business unit responsible for employment standards. The files include correspondence, minutes of management, policy and advisory committees, copies of board orders, and other related records.

            The series also includes minutes of a 1940 advisory committee on coal mines.

            Alberta. Manpower and Labour. Labour Standards Branch
            Series · 1937-1993

            The series consists of records related to the administration of the Industrial Wages Security Act, previously known as the Coal Miners' Wages Security Act and the Mining Industry Wages Security Act. The Act stipulated that employers in specific industries, initially coal mining but expanded to other industries, had to submit annual returns regarding total wages paid or payable, submit monthly returns as to whether those wages had been paid in full, and provide cash or a bond to act as security that wages would be paid.

            The files consist of employer returns, compliance investigation files, and other related records, including those created when the Act was under the jurisdiction of the Board of Industrial Relations.

            Alberta. Manpower and Labour. Labour Standards Branch
            Series · 1937-1995, predominant 1967-1995

            The series consists of records related to policy analysis, planning, statistics and research pertaining to labour issues in Alberta. The files include general correspondence and press releases regarding research projects, minutes and correspondence regarding liaison activities with external organizations, background research materials from various sources about labour and human rights issues, labour statistics, labour standards survey returns, submissions and research papers regarding labour legislation, and case files regarding specific research projects.

            Arranged by project number, the case files typically consist of an assignment sheet indicating the parameters of the project, related correspondence, and the final results of the research project. The topics of the research include employment standards, absenteeism, collective bargaining and arbitration statistics, strikes and lockouts, right to work, arbitration methodologies, labour supply, apprenticeships, minimum wage, and the participation of women, Indigenous people, and persons with disabilities in the workforce.

            Alberta. Trade and Industry. General Office
            Leslie G. Young fonds
            PR3151 · Fonds · 1978-1986

            The fonds consists of records created and received by Les Young during his term as the Minister of Labour. The records include correspondence and briefs related to labour disputes, labour legislation, mediation services, building standards, and liaison activities with labour and employer associations in Alberta such as the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees, the Human Rights Commission, the Alberta Federation of Labour, and the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association. The fonds also contains reports related to labour issues in Alberta.

            Young, Les
            PR0261 · Fonds · 1903-1966

            Fonds consists of the records of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, Local 1325 including minutes, financial records, correspondence, membership records, publications and photographs. The fonds has been arranged into the following series: Financial records; Affiliated organizations; Minutes; Correspondence; Conventions; Labour legislation; Publications; Membership records; Labour agreements; Miscellaneous records. Some series have been further divided into sub-series.

            United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America. Edmonton Local 1325
            Warren Caragata fonds
            PR0936 · Fonds · 1883-1979

            The fonds consists of the research material compiled by Warren Caragata in preparing his book, Alberta Labour: A Heritage Untold, and includes transcripts of interviews, interview notes, primary source material (original, transcribed and copied records dating from 1883), secondary source material, research notes, and correspondence.

            Caragata, Warren
            Wespinski family fonds
            PR3707 · Fonds · [1922], 1949

            The fonds consists of photographs and textual records from the Wespinski / Wispinski family. The photographs depict members of the family; farms and houses in Drayton Valley; an oil well in Hanna, Alberta; and a wedding portrait of John and Edna Wespinski.

            The textual records consist of four orders from the Board of Industrial Relations amending the Alberta Labour Act of 1947, all printed by the King’s Printer in Edmonton in 1949 and meant to be posted for employees to see and read. The records include a copy of Female Minimum Wage Order No. 2; Holidays with Pay Order No. 5; Lumbering Industry, Order No. 12; and Minimum Wage Order No. 13. They were used at the lumber mill near Breton, Alberta which was operated by Lil Wispinski's father from 1947-1951.

            Wespinski family