This fonds consists of agreements, brochures, correspondence, manuals, meeting minutes, newsletters, press clippings, media releases, and promotional material relating to the Business Development Department.
The fonds has been divided into five series. Wherever possible this division was done with respect to the original order of the fonds. These five series are as follows:
Fonds reflects the evolution of the Community and Family Services Department and the responsibilities it was tasked with during its existence. The textual records consist of: annual reports, statistics, financial statements, correspondence, policy statements, newsletters, minutes, photographs, forms, mission statements, lists of citizens, and other material. The original record order as found in 2016 has been retained, though an intellectual arrangement has been provided in the finding aid.
This fonds contains the records created by the Computing Resources Department and its predecessors and successors. The material was created through the process of planning for, and making available, computer resources to departments throughout the City.
Although the material retains its original order at the accession level, it has been described as two series:
Series 1: Management Studies, Systems and Budget Department
Series 2: Computer Systems and Development Department
This fonds consists of correspondence, publications, pamphlets, ephemera and other records created as a result of the City's function of communicating with the public and planning for and celebrating special events. It has been divided into the following series:
Series 1: Photographs
Series 2: Citizens Action Centre
Series 3: 1994 Commonwealth Games Bid Committee
Series 4: Civic Centennial Committee
Series 5: Edmonton's 75th Anniversary Committee
Series 6: RCMP Centennial Committee
Series 7: Correspondence Files
Series 8: Alberta 75th Municipal Anniversary Committee
Fonds consists of committee minutes, correspondence, and reports relating to the activities of the Edmonton Ambulance Authority and the Emergency Medical Services Department. It includes records related to human resources management, strategic planning, procedures, orders, multiple casualty emergencies, and the 1984 visit of Pope John Paul II.
An order has been imposed on the material. The arrangement includes 3 series. The series are as follows: