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Wesmen seasons

Series consists of material related to the annual activities of the Wesmen and the University of Winnipeg’s Athletics department. Most of the series is made up of records generated by the University for its athletic season in basketball and volleyball, corresponding with the academic year – media releases, souvenir programs, and season schedules; as well as its annual Athletic Awards. It includes similar records from the tournaments in which the Wesmen teams played: both hosted by the University of Winnipeg, such as the Midway Chrysler Invitational, and by other institutions around Canada, such as the Naismith Classic at Waterloo University or the Pinky Lewis Invitational at McMaster University. Furthermore, it includes media and statistics from the athletic leagues of which the Wesmen were a part: particularly the Canada West Universities Athletic Association (previously Great Plains Athletic Conference) and USports (previously Canadian Interuniversity Sport, and Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union). The series also contains a smaller amount of material related to awards received by the Wesmen or its staff, particularly long-time coach and Athletics Director Bill Wedlake: including the Manitoba Basketball Hall of Fame and Sports Hall of Fame. Series is arranged chronologically, with most of the records arranged by the academic year (and corresponding athletic season) during which they were generated.

Wesmen Athletics

University of Winnipeg

Series consists of material related to Lloyd Axworthy’s career with the University of Winnipeg and its antecedent colleges, which began with him as an undergraduate student, 1956-1961; as a professor at the Institute of Urban Studies, 1969-1973; and later as President and Vice-Chancellor, 2004-2014.

Board of Directors and Organizational Administration

Series is comprised of records from PWHCE’s administration and administrative history, including documentation of its coming into being through the national Centres of Excellence for Women’s Health Program, its Board of Directors, its strategic plans, its internal organizational evaluations, the sources of its funding, its internal policy, and the physical site of its office.

Prairie Women's Health Centre of Excellence

Events and Workshops

Series 3 includes materials created or collected as part of planning, promoting, or hosting events and workshops organized by members of the Congress, including Family Violence Workshops, Festivals of Art & Culture, Cultural Awareness Workshops, conferences, and Unity Dinners. Materials include programs, guest books, event proposals, and invitations. Also included are evaluations of events, and invitations and programs for external events that were attended or participated-in by members of the Congress.

A member of the Congress was part of researching and curating a 1996 exhibit at the Manitoba Museum called Back Tracks to Railway Ties, and the transcripts of oral history interviews conducted as part of the project and other related materials are also included in this series.

Electronic Records

Series 8 consists of CDs and DVDs. Discs mainly contain photos and recordings of proceedings taken at events sponsored by the Congress or attended by its members. Other files include PowerPoint presentations, posters and other promotional materials, sound recordings, and meeting minutes.

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