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Paul Norris

This series contains records created by Paul Norris while serving as an Alderman in the City of Edmonton. The majority of the records are alphabetical subject files of correspondence and council inquiries. There are also several boxes of correspondence with his constituents arranged chronologically. Some issues included in the constituents' correspondence also appear in the subject files.

Norris, Paul

Councillors' Collection

This series contains records created by or collected by the Office of the Aldermen and the Office of the Councilors which were not generated by a particular member of council. The records are believed to have been created by staff in the office, or collected as reference material to assist Aldermen and Councilors in fulfilling their duties.

The material includes agreements, reports, bylaws, correspondence, and submissions from the community concerning the general transportation plan.

Ken Newman

This series contains records collected and created by Ken Newman while serving as a City of Edmonton Alderman. The material has been divided into the following subseries:

  • Subseries 1: Economic Affairs Committee
  • Subseries 2: Taxi Cab Commission
  • Subseries 3: Audit Committee
  • Subseries 4: Correspondence
  • Subseries 5: Aldermanic Information Sessions
  • Subseries 6: Other Council Business

Newman, Ken

Edmund Hugh Leger

This series consists of the papers of Alderman Ed Leger, who served on the Edmonton City Council from 1958 to 1986. The majority of the material originates from after the 1977 municipal election. The records consist of material sent to Leger in his role as alderman, as well as in his roles in various committees and boards in which he participated as a representative of the City Council.

Leger, Edmund Hugh

Allan Bolstad

This series consists of records related to the proposed privatization of ED Tel in 1994. The records include correspondence, a memorandum, presentations, proposals, and notes relating to different options. The material was used by Allan Bolstad in his capacity as a City Councillor.

The Edmonton Telephones Corporation (ED Tel) was created in 1990 as a result of the provincial Telecommunications Act, which allowed municipalities to provide telecommunications services and products through a wholly-owned subsidiary corporation, but not through a City department. In early 1994 the outgoing ED Tel President publicly raised the idea of selling the utility. Ultimately the Edmonton Telephones Corporation was sold to Telus on March 10, 1995 for $470,221,872.

Bolstad, Allan