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Community Leagues

This series consists of records from the Community Leagues that joined the EFCL. The EFCL collected documents from the Leagues for administrative and informational purposes. These documents include incorporation records, membership lists, administrative material, correspondence, and publications relevant to the individual leagues.

Committees

This series consists of material pertaining to committees and groups the EFCL was either the hosting organization, a member of, or gathered for information. This series best represents the EFCL’s mandate for community development and advocacy outside of their sports and programs.

Programs

This series consists of material related to all EFCL programs and events such as banquets, awards, and sports. It includes programmes, photographs and posters from the 17 annual figure skating shows that the EFCL presented from 1965 to 1981. These shows included performers from the skating programs offered by various community leagues, as well as guest performances by professional and semi-professional figure skaters.

Gay Alliance Toward Equality (GATE)

This series consists of GATE’s administrative records including their bylaws and constitution, financial statements, meeting minutes and correspondence. In addition, there are copies of the GATE newsletter, two grant applications, and records related to GATE’s counselling program, and their social activities.

Gay Alliance Toward Equality (GATE)

AIDS Network/HIV Edmonton

This series consists of the AIDS Network of Edmonton’s administrative files including constitution and certificate of Incorporation; fundraising and educational resources; as well as a sub-series of records related to the Gay Men’s Outreach Committee (GMOC). The records are organized as Administration, Information/Resources and GMOC.

AIDS Network/HIV Edmonton

Civil/Human Rights

This series consists of records described with the following sub-series: GALA Civil Rights Committee; Alberta Human Rights Commission; Canadian Human Rights Commission; Civil Rights Case Files; Human Rights Policies; Issues; Political Party Positions; and Provincial/Canadian Legislation. Information is included on numerous issues around achieving equitable rights for Edmonton’s (and more broadly Alberta’s) gay community, and the series is extensive in the range of gay and lesbian civil and human rights detailed. The textual material includes correspondence, meeting documents, newsletters, briefs and prepared submissions and presentations, and many news clippings and published article references.
The records are arranged as follows:

  • GALA Civil Rights Committee
  • Alberta Human Rights Commission
  • Canadian Human Rights Commission
  • Civil Rights – Case Files
  • Human Rights Policies
  • Issues
  • Political Party Positions
  • Provincial/Canadian Legislation

GALA Civil / Human Rights

Organizations

This series consists of the records of an array of organizations, and have been arranged in the following broad geographical sub-series: Organizations – Alberta; Alberta – Edmonton; Alberta - Calgary; British Columbia; Manitoba; Maritimes; Ontario; Quebec; Saskatchewan; Australia; Europe; and the U.S.A.
Within these geographical headings, the files are arranged alphabetically by file title (this often being the title of the specific organization represented). The records consist primarily of published brochures or newsletters and an assortment of printed information including news clippings, articles, news releases, and general correspondence. While some files have a lot of information, others are skimpy in their content. However, the range of organizations represented in this series, and the span of years captured, provides valuable insight into the rich diversity of the LGBTQ community during this time period.

Discrete Items

This series contains records that were transferred to the Archives from the Telephone Department either individually or in small groups. Because of their lack of context, they were described together as a collection of discrete items.

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