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Financial

This series of records is related to the Commissioners' roll of overseeing the financial affairs of the City. Financial matters include taxation and assessment, guarantee deposits for tenders, budgets and estimates, all records relating to accounting (except payroll -see Series 1 Subseries 6) and investments, including debentures, loans and the sinking fund. This series contains the following subseries:

2.1 Taxation and Assessment
This subseries consists of records relating to the setting and collection of taxes for the City.

2.2 Budgets and Estimates
This subseries contains records of the budgeting and accounting processes of the City by the Commissioners.

2.3 Investments
This subseries includes the documents relating to the City's ability to raise and save funds.

Development and Planning

This series of records is related to the Commissioners' role of overseeing all issues of land ownership within the City's limits. Residential and industrial development had to be managed and eventually planned for. Standards were required for buildings and construction and the resulting enforcement duties. This series contains the following subseries:

3.1 Land
This subseries includes records dealing with the purchase, sale, and management of land resources within the city, including subdivision of land, easements, urban renewal, future planning, and land sales, leases and purchases.

3.2 Zoning
This subseries consists of records relating to the restrictions placed on development and changes to that system over the years.

3.3 Architects and Inspections
This subseries consists of the records generated between the Architect's Department and the Commissioners, including records relating to the enforcement of building and zoning bylaws, including the management of civic office buildings (such as the Civic Block).

3.4 Economic Development
This subseries consists of the records relating to the promotion of the City for tourism, conventions and other special events to encourage economic development.

Correspondence Files

This series contains correspondence files from the Public Relations Department. The majority of the files are subject files. However, there are also some files of general correspondence, as well as correspondence around requests for financial contributions through the Department's hosting program.

Corporate Newsletters

On March 5, 1976 the first City of Edmonton Employee Publication was released by the Public Relations Department as a means of communication between all City of Edmonton employees. It provided information on what was happening in the different departments; topics of general interest; and on personal events such as births, marriages, retirements, and deaths. Contents were solicited from all City employees and then selected by the editor H. L. Pawson (also the Public Relations Director).

Between July 1976 and December 1983, the publication was called Mainstream. Starting in January, 1984, the publication was changed in reaction to the economic downturn. Now called Ministream, it was smaller (and cheaper to produce), and came out bi-weekly rather than only ten times a year. Ministream provided factual reports of major events in Civic life with a focus on how they affected employees, but also included cartoons, photographs, guest editorials, benefits updates, and a classified section. Ministream also began running articles that dealt with social issues affecting employees, such as domestic violence, HIV and AIDS, and famine overseas.

January 18, 1991 was the debut issue of City LINK, which replaced Ministream. Similarly, City LINK was a timely, cost-effective news service for employees. City LINK was bi-weekly until September 1995, when it became a monthly publication.

In February 2014 greatcitynews quietly replaced City LINK. greatcitynews was distributed monthly and provided news on civic plans, policies and programs; corporate and individual work-related achievements, and employee learning and development, benefits, health, safety, and fitness. The last print issue of greatcitynews was published December 2015, after which time it was only available electronically.

This series contains copies of Mainstream, Ministream, City LINK, and greatcitynews.

Fire Prevention

This series consists of correspondence, minutes, reports, scrapbooks and publications. An order has been imposed on the material. The arrangement includes 4 subseries. The subseries are as follows:

  • Subseries 1: Administrative Records
  • Subseries 2: Inspections
  • Subseries 3: Investigations
  • Subseries 4: Education

Youth Related Organizations/Resources

This is a small series, but one that may well expand as further accruals are received. The records consist of documents related to GATE’s Gay and Lesbian Youth Group, the Pink Triangle Youth Group of Edmonton and other GLCCE youth initiatives. The bulk of the series consists of printed resources and reference materials related to counselling gay and lesbian youth; related youth studies and reports; and some correspondence. Included with the papers are three pink triangle t-shirts created for Pride ’92 week.

GALA Youth Related Organizations / Resources

Michael Phair Records

This series consists of files kept by Michael Phair, including correspondence files, an issue related file on police action in parks, and artifacts including a t-shirt and service award plaque. While this is a very small representation of Michael Phair’s work and impact on the growth of Edmonton’s LBGQT community, it must be stated that in almost every series described in the GALA fonds, researchers will glean the importance of Michael Phair’s contributions. He was instrumental in establishing and helping to maintain many of Edmonton’s LGBQT associations, and was a mover and shaker behind collecting, preserving and eventually donating the Gay and Lesbian Archives to the City of Edmonton Archives.
Michael Phair would be the first to recommend that all that he donated be incorporated as part of GALA, and this was achieved with most of what he brought in. The few files listed in this final series are those that could not easily be separated from Phair the individual: correspondence to and from him; his own written notes on specific topics, and his personal artifacts. His donated material included clipping files, subject topic files, and other material, but all was intended as further contributions and accruals for GALA. Needless to say, the researchers studying the history of gay activism in Edmonton will learn about the work and significance of Michael Phair.

Michael Phair

Planchecker's Files

This series contains building plans submitted to the City of Edmonton to the Town of Beverly as required to receive a building permit.

City Architect and Building Inspector's Department

Planning Department Records 1970-1982

This series contains records created by different units of the City of Edmonton Planning Department. They have been arranged into the following classes:

  • Class 1: Downtown Area Redevelopment Plan
  • Class 2: Northeast Light Rail Transit Corridor Study
  • Class 3: Old Strathcona Area Redevelopment Plan Bylaw
  • Class 4: Jasper Place Zoning Review
  • Class 5: Stony Plain Strip Study
  • Class 6: Boyle Street-McCauley Area Redevelopment Plan Bylaw Special Area Files
  • Class 7: Special Area Files
  • Class 8: General Research Service Files
  • Class 9: General Service Files
  • Class 10: Planning Act Correspondence
  • Class 11: Edmonton Regional Planning Commission Correspondence
  • Class 12: Systems Information Correspondence
  • Class 13: Realty Development Office-1977 Administration
  • Class 14: Realty Development Office-1977 Developments
  • Class 15: Realty Development Office-1977 Downtown Pedestrian Tunnels and Light Rail System
  • Class 16: Realty Development Office-1977 Industrial Areas
  • Class 17: Realty Development Office-1977 Edmonton General
  • Class 18: Realty Development Office-1977 Development Policies, Procedures and Legislation
  • Class 19: Realty Development Office-1977 Transportation, Streets and Freeways
  • Class 20: Realty Development Office-1977 West Jasper Place Subdivision, 301
  • Class 21: Realty Development Office-1977 Mill Wood Subdivision, 302
  • Class 22: Realty Development Office-1977 Castle Downs Subdivision 303
  • Class 23: Realty Development Office-1977 Hermitage Subdivision, 304
  • Class 24: Realty Development Office-1977 Kaskitayo Subdivision, 305
  • Class 25: Realty Development Office-1977 Petrolia (South Greenfield) Subdivision, 306
  • Class 26: Realty Development Office-1977 Clareview Subdivision, 308
  • Class 27: Realty Development Office-1977 Duggan Subdivision, 309
  • Class 28: Realty Development Office-1977 Casselman- Steele Heights Subdivision, 310
  • Class 29: Realty Development Office-1977 Terwillegar Heights Subdivision, 312
  • Class 30: Realty Development Office-1977 Abbottsfield, 314 Calder, 320 Bergman Replot, 322 Hillcrest, 324
  • Class 31: Castledowns Subdivision-Neighbourhood Planning and Development
  • Class 32: South East Edmonton Industrial Planning and Development
  • Class 33: Mill Woods Subdivision-Neighbourhood Planning and Development
  • Class 34: Kaskitayo Subdivision-Neighbourhood Planning and Development
  • Class 35: Technical Advisory Committee
  • Class 36: Edmonton Power, 1975-1977
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