The series consists of a clipping of the Alberta Gazette notification of the establishment of Rocky Buttes School district in 1921, a Minute Book (1921-1940), and correspondence with and regarding the establishment of Bow Valley School Division in 1938-39.
The series consists of the pages from a coil-bound notebook and a coil-bound Volunteer Log, as well as sample surveys, curling rosters and draw schedules, shift schedules for a fundraising casino and a balance sheet. Pages were removed from the coil bindings by the Archives and maintained in their original order.
The series consists of certificates, plaques and photographs, including 14 photocopied photos in a 12 x 16 cm album, commemorating various Milo Lions Club events and activities. Also included are a magnet, seating card, membership card, and District Convention ribbon.
Series consists of correspondence to and from Judge Sissons, Mrs. Sissons, daughter Frances (Sissons) Hoye, McClelland & Stewart, the CBC, and many other individuals and companies. This series consists of the following files: Judge Sissons to daughter Frances; Daughter Frances to her parents; Mrs. Sissons to daughter Frances and family; Cards and letters to daughter Frances following Judge Sissons' death; Letters to and from Mrs. Sissons; Letters to and from Fran (Sissons) Hoye; Miscellaneous correspondence to and from Judge Sissons; Correspondence 1968; Correspondence re book, 1967-1968; Royalty statements & letters, McClelland & Stewart from 1969; University of Lethbridge honorary degree; Trent University honorary degree; and CBC. Correspondence is arranged chronologically and reverse chronologically, depending on the original arrangement of the material.
Series consists of written arguments, factums, books of authorities, and supplemental arguments and authorities filed for the pretrial application regarding the constitutionality of the hate crime provisions of the Criminal Code and for Keegstra’s appeal of his 1985 conviction on the same grounds. Includes the filings of Bruce Fraser, the crown prosecutor for the Keegstra trial. Also includes the judgements issued on the application and the conviction appeal, and research files of case law, book extracts and articles pertaining to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, freedom of speech, and laws restricting free speech. Series also includes correspondence between McKillop and Doug Christie, Keegstra’s lead lawyer, and newspaper clippings regarding Keegstra’s trial and freedom of speech.
Series consists of the legal and personal files of Joseph A. MacKenzie, including client files for the Town of Wainwright, which Joseph MacKenzie served as town solicitor, and the Wainwright Municipal Hospital, as well as several estates files. Also includes personal correspondence and financial information of Joseph MacKenzie. MacKenzie was primarily a sole practitioner in Wainwright from 1922 to 1958 when his son John H. MacKenzie joined him in partnership. Joseph MacKenzie was also the local agent for the Alberta Attorney General and served as a part-time crown prosecutor. Series files were kept by John H. MacKenzie as a sample of significant files for his father’s practice. Joseph MacKenzie died in 1959.