File pertains to the production of a police textbook by the Ontario Human Rights Commission's Committee on Race Relations and Policing and also contains administrative documents (reports, meeting agendas, conference notes).
File pertains to remarks by Tonks in the Toronto Sun on 25 May 1990 and requests for public apology. File also includes transcript of Metro morning interview with Salmon and Tonks regarding new rules on when the police should draw their guns.
File pertains to the Toronto French School, issues of racism, diaper statistics in hospitals, tobacco sponsorship, and the Jolly Miller site. File contains correspondence, memorandum, notes, reports, and news clippings.
File pertains to the construction of the Bata Shoe Museum, the Bata company's involvement in South Africa, and anti-apartheid activism. File contains news clippings, correspondence, reports, and ANC Sechaba publications (April and June 1986).
File contains survey summary (1980), publications including pamphlets and fact sheets, workplace harassment review for the Toronto Transit Commission (1989), notes, bibliography, and articles from the Business Quarterly.
File contains two publications by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Municipal Race Relations Program titled “Getting Started: Local government and community/race relations” and “Dealing with diversity: multicultural access to local government”.
File consists of index cards containing information relevant to Wenona Giles' research and anthropological studies in London, England. The cards include: bibliographies, organized by topic; contact information of colleagues and associations in London, Toronto, and Lisbon; and a list of possible field sites for research.
File consists of the needs assesment report, "Portuguese Canadians From Sea to Sea: Profile, Issues, and Concerns of the Luso-Canadian Community," written by Fernando Nunes for the Portuguese-Canadian National Congress.
File consists of an issue of the journal, Collection Études et Recherces, titled, "Les jeunes d'origine immigrée: rapports damiliaux et les transitions de vie -- le cas des jeunes chiliens, grecs, portugais, salvadoriens, et vietnamiens."
File consists of material of the Portuguese Interagency Network, including: a submission to Toronto City Council by Ana Costa and Esmeralda Carvalho, 26 June 1997; a deputation to the Municipality of Metro Toronto regarding proposed funding cuts to the Metro Multicultural Grants Program, 13 February 1995; a submission to the Standing Committee on the Administration of Justice regarding employment equity in Ontario and Bill 79, 27 August 1993; meeting minutes and correspondence from the PIN Adult Education/Retraining Committee; a presentation by Ana Costa delivered to the Toronto Hospital's Cross-Cultural Speaker Series, 13 October 1993; a PIN resource list; and a conference report on the Portuguese Canadian National Youth Conference, "It's Time to Inherit the Future, 23-25 May 1997.
File consists of photocopied pages from the Portuguese-language newspaper, "Luta Comum : boletim dos trabalhadores Portugueses em Inglaterra" [Common Struggle: Bulletin of Portuguese workers in England].
File consists of a digital copy of the papers presented during the plenary sessions and workshops of a conference titled, "Among Others: Encounters and Conflicts in Europe and Mediterranean Societies, held by Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée in Marseille, 26-30 April.
File consists of: the work schedule and description of job duties of a domestic assistant at Hammersmith Hospital; a paper titled, "Linguistic Minority Children in British Schools," presented by Marilyn Martin-Jones of the University of London, at Freie Universitat Berlin, 4 January 1982; an annual report for the North Kensington Law Centre, 1982; a strike announcement from the General Municipal Boilermakers and Allied Trades Union, undated; and handwritten notes on demographics of the Portuguese community in London.
File consists of index cards, typed and handwritten, on which Wenona Giles transposed her field notes from interviewing Portuguese migrants (primarily women) living in London, England. The notes are organized by topic, (i.e. children, church, immigration, religion, politics, and unions).