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Jack Burnett Murta :

An Inventory of his papers at the The University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Table of Contents
Collection Summary
Biography of Jack Burnett Murta
Scope and Contents of the Papers
Organization of the Papers
Restrictions on Access
Separated Papers
Detailed Description of the Collection
Political Career 1970-1985
Lisgar Constituency Files, 1975-1985
Agriculture, 1970-1984,
Transportation, 1972-1982
External Affairs, 1970-1985
Multiculturalism, 1979-1985
Tourism, 1985-1986
Party and Parliamentary Files, 1971-1984
Topical Files 1871-1985
Speeches by Others
Correspondence Files
Subject Correspondence Files, 1974-1986
Constituency Office - Records and Correspondence, 1979-1986
The J.B. Murta Photograph Collection (PC 20), 1979-1985
Tape Collection (TC 46) [1882?]

Collection Summary

Repository: University of Manitoba Archives & Special CollectionsWinnipeg, Manitoba
Creator: Jack Burnett Murta
Title: Jack Burnett Murta fonds
Dates: 1970-1985
Quantity: 9.5 m of textual records (72 boxes)
Identification: MSS 10, PC 20, TC 46

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Biography of Jack Burnett Murta

Jack Burnett Murta was born 13 May 1943 in Carman, Manitoba, the son of John James Murta and Jean (Burnett) Murta. He received his elementary and high school education in Graysville, a hamlet near the family farm, and graduated from the Diploma course in Agriculture at the University of Manitoba in 1964. He married (1) Ida Judith Scott, 23 October 1965 (divorced 1977), by whom he had two children, Scott Burnett and Tracy Judith; (2) Lynda E. (Morris) Grayson-Bell, 27 May 1977, by whom he has three children, Meaghan, Shevaughn and Liam.

Murta was first elected to the House of Commons, as a Progressive Conservative, for Lisgar riding on 16 November 1970, in a by-election following the death of the previous incumbent, George Muir. He was re-elected in the general elections of 1972, 1974, 1979, 1980, and 1984.

Before the formation of the Conservative government in 1979, Murta served as opposition critic for agriculture, then transportation, air transportation, and international trade. Under Prime Minister Joe Clark he became parliamentary secretary to the President of the Treasury Board and chaired the Emergency Grain Movement Task Force. During this period he became active in the Canada-United States Interparliamentary Group especially in its Committee on wheat. Back in opposition, Murta was named in 1981 to the Sub-Committee on Latin America and the Caribbean, and in 1982 to the Board of Directors of the Parliamentary Centre for Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade. Under Prime Minister Brian Mulroney he was sworn in as a Privy Councillor with his appointment as Minister of State for Multiculturalism (September 1984-August 1985). Subsequently he served as Minister of State (Tourism) (August 1985-June 1986).

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Scope and Contents of the Papers

The collection covers the political career of J.B. Murta from his first election to the House of Commons in 1970. One major focus of interest is the material relating to the Canadian grain industry, with its associated transportation problems. A second focus of interest is the correspondence with constituents and others on a range of issues. There is some information on Party organization and politics, including the leadership conventions of 1976 and 1983.

Not included here are the personal diaries of Mr. Murta which he has retained in his own possession for the foreseeable future.

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Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into 15 series

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Restrictions on Access

There are no restrictions on access to the collection. Copyright regulations must be observed, especially with respect to correspondence and other unpublished materials.

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Separated Papers

Photographs and one audiocassette acquired with the papers are recorded and housed separately (see PC 20, TC 46). Accompanying publications are listed separately (see pp. 56ff.) and have been added to the general holdings of the University of Manitoba Libraries, including the Government Publications section of the Elizabeth Dafoe Library.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Political Career 1970-1985 (265 folders)
Box Folder
1 1 Miscellaneous biographical material
2 Requests for autographs, souvenirs, etc.
3 Election to Parliament, 1970
4 Nomination speech, 1972
5 Election, 1974
6 Transportation critic, 1977-1978
7 Election, 1979
8 Parliamentary secretary, Treasury Board, 1979
Box Folder
1 9 Election, 1980
10 Election, 1984
11 Multiculturalism Minister, 1984
12 Personal finances
13 Gifts received
14 Personal health
15 Journal subscriptions
16 Purchases
17 Real estate
18 Religious interests
19 Travel, vacations, etc.
20 John Murta
21 Judith Murta
22 Lynda Murta
Box Folder
2 1 Murta's Lisgar office
Murta's Ottawa office
Box Folder
2 2 Equipment, furnishings, etc
3 Location
4 Postal service
5 Printing, photos, etc
6 Staff
7 Telephones
8 Miscellaneous memos
9 Miscellaneous engagement memos
10 Invitations, 1976-1980
11 Invitations, 1975-1977
12 Invitations, 1978
13 Invitations, 1979
14 Invitations, 1980
15 Speaking engagements
16 Murta's nominations for awards, appointments, etc.
Newsclippings
Box Folder
3 1 Newsclippings about Murta
2 Scrapbook of clippings
Box Folder
4 1 Scrapbook of clippings
Miscellaneous correspondence, etc.:
Organizations
Box Folder
5 1 3M Canada
2 Alliance of Canadian Travel Associations
3 Apparel Manufacturers Institute of Quebec
4 Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association of Canada
5 B
6 Calgary Chamber of Commerce; Canada-Israel Committee
7 Canada West Foundation
8 Canadian A-L
9 Canadian M
10 Canadian P-W
11 Ch-Com 11
12 Con - Co-op
13 Cr
14 D
15 E
16 F
17 I
18 Manitoba
19 N
20 O
21 R
22 S
23 T
24 W
Politicians
Box Folder
6 1 A
2 B
3 C
4 Joe Clark
5 Joe Clark- Newsclippings
6 D
7 E
8 G
9 H
10 I
11 J
12 K
13 L
14 M
15 Brian Mulroney - leadership campaign
16 Brian Mulroney - 1983-1984
17 Brian Mulroney - 1984 Lisgar Tour
18 Brian Mulroney - newsclippings
19 N
20 O
21 P
22 R
23 S
24 T
25 W
26 Miscellaneous House of Commons questions
Non-Constituents
Box Folder
7 1 A
2 B
3 C
4 D
5 F
6 G
7 H
8 I
9 J
10 K
11 L
12 M
13 O
14 P
15 R
16 S
17 T
18 V
19 W
20 X-Z
Speeches: House of Commons
Box Folder
8 1 maiden speech 1970 December 8
2 1971 January-May
3 1971 June-November
4 1971 December
5 1972 Speech
6 1973 Speech
7 1975 February 4
8 1975 February 27
9 1975 March 7
10 1975 October
11 1976 April
12 1976 May
13 1976 October 14
14 1976 November 9
15 1977 July 6
16 1978 March 7
17 1978 April 25
18 1978 November 13
19 1979 February 22
20 Undated 1970's?
21 1984/85?
22 1985 March 21
23 Speeches on Bill C-176 (marketing legislation)
24 Speeches on Bill C-8 (working conditions)
Speeches: 1970-1979
Box Folder
9 1 1970
2 1971
3 1972
4 1973
5 1974
6 1975
7 1976 June, October
8 1976 November
9 1977 February
10 1977 March
11 1977 April
12 1977 May, June
13 1977 October
14 1977 November
15 1978 January, February
16 1978 March
17 1978 April
18 1978 May
19 1978 June
20 1978 September
21 1979 March
22 1979 October
23 Undated 1970's
24 Speech to UM Agriculture graduation class
25 Speech at Camrose Lutheran Seminar
26 Undated 1970's
27 Speech on CEMA
28 Miscellaneous speech notes
Speeches: 1980-1985
Box Folder
10 1 1980 July
2 1981 June
3 1983/84
4 1984 June
5 1984/85
6 List: October 1984-July 1985
7 1984 October
8 1984-November
9 1985 January 18
10 1985 January 22-23
11 1985 February 10-12
12 1985 February 12 (Lynn Murta)
13 1985 February 14
14 1985 February 22
15 1985 February 23
16 1985 March 1
17 1985 March 16
18 1985 March 23
19 1985 March 26
20 1985 March 29
21 1985 April 13
22 1985 April 18
23 1985 April 22
24 1985 April 23
25 1985 April 24
26 1985 April 26
27 1985 April 28
Speeches: 1985 (May-September)
Box Folder
11 1 1985 May 1
2 1985 May 3
3 1985 May 10
4 1985 May 14
5 1985 May 25
6 1985 June 3
7 1985 June 5
8 1985 June 7
9 1985 June 10
10 1985 June 14
11 1985 June 28-29
12 1985 July 1-3
13 1985 July 5
14 1985 July 12-26
15 1985 August 1-4
16 1985 August 6
17 1985 August 15
18 1985 August 16
19 1985 Tourism Speech "core speech"
20 1985 September 17
21 1985 September 18-19
22 1985 September 25
23 1985 September 26
24 1985 September 27
25 1985 September 30
Speeches: 1985 (October)-1986 (April)
Box Folder
12 1 1985 October 7-9
2 1985 October 30
3 1985 November 11
4 1985 November 13
5 1985 November 18
6 1985 November 20
7 1985 November 28
8 1985 December 11
9 1985 December 12
10 1986 January 16
11 1986 January 28
12 1986 February 17
13 1986 February 18
14 1986 February 21
15 1986 February 27
16 1986 March 11
17 1986 March 16
18 1986 March 21
Box Folder
12 19 1986 March 22
20 1986 April 2-3
21 1986 April 7
Speeches: 1986 (April-June)
Box Folder
13 1 1986 April 23
2 1986 April 26
3 1986 April 28
4 1986 May 6
5 1986 May 7
6 1986 May 8
7 1986 May 16
8 1986 May 23
9 1986 May 28
10 1986 May 29
11 1986 May 30 (Powell River)
12 1986 May 30 (Victoria)
13 1986 June 5
14 1986 June 10
15 1986 June 16
16 1986 June 18
17 1986 June 23
18 1986 June 25
Murta Report
Box Folder
14 1 Murta report, 1975
2 Murta report, 1976-77
3 Murta report, 1978-1986
4 Keeping in touch, 1980-1984
5 [Constituency letter, 1976?]
Press Releases:
Box Folder
15 1 1971-1972,
2 1973-1975
3 1976-1977
4 1978-1979
5 1980-1986
6 Mailing Lists

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Lisgar Constituency Files, 1975-1985 (197 folders)
General, 1975-1983
Box Folder
16 1 Lisgar riding
2 Lisgar Progressive Conservative Associations
General Correspondence,
3 1975-1976
4 1977
5 1978
6 1979
7 1980-1983
8 Awards
9 Citizenship
10 Flags
11 Manitoba Agricultural Hall of Fame
12 New Horizons program
13 Pembina Valley Development Corporation
14 Post Offices
Work Programs:
Box Folder
17 1 Local Initiative Program, 1976
2 Canada Works, 1977-1978
3 Canada Works, 1978-1979
4 Community Development Projects, 1980-1981
5 1980-1981 Correspondence, etc.
6 1981
7 Young Canada Works, 1978
8 1979
9 1979 Correspondence, etc.
10-11 Summer Youth Employment, 1980
12 1980 Correspondence, etc.
13 Summer Student Employment, 1981
14-15 1982
16 1982 Correspondence, etc.
Municipalities A-M
Box Folder
18 1 Altona
2 Baldur; Bruxelles
3 Carman, 1975-1979
4 1980-1984
5 Cartier
6 Cartwright; Clearwater
7 Crystal City
8 Cypress River
9 Darlingford; Domain
10 Dufferin
11 Elgin; Elie
12 Elm Creek
13 Glenboro
14 Gretna
15 Holland
16 Killarney
17 La Riviere
18 La Salle; Lowe Farm
19 Manitou; Mariapolis
20 Miami
21 Montcalm
Box Folder
19 1 Morden, 1975-1979
2 1980-1982
3 1983-1984
4 Morris
5 Ninette; Notre Dame de Lourdes
6 Oakville
7 Pilot Mound
8 Plum Coulee
9 Rathwell; Reinland; Ritchot
10 Roland
11 Roseisle
12 Rosenfeld; Rosenort
13 Sanford
14 Snowflake
15 Somerset; Souris
16 South Cypress; Sperling
17 St. Claude
18 St. Jean Baptiste; St. Joseph
19 St. Leon; St. Norbert
20 Ste. Agathe; Strathcona
21 Swan Lake
22 Thornhill
23 Treherne
24 Winkler, 1975-1976
25 Winkler, 1977-1985
Constituents, A-B:
Box Folder
20 1 A-Ac
2 Ad-Am
3 An
4 Ap-Az
5 Ba
6 Be
7 Bh-Bo
8 Br-Buh
9 Buhler, J
10 Bul-Bur
Constituents, C-D
Box Folder
21 1 C-Cam
2 Campbell
3 Campbell, W. J.
4 Car-Cas
5 Ch
6 Cl
7 Co
8 Cr-Cu
9 Da
10 De-Del
11 Dem-Dez
12 Di-Do
13 Dr
14 Du-Dunb
15 Duncan
Box Folder
2 16 Dunn-Duv
17 Dy
Constituents, E-Ham
Box Folder
22 1 E-Eng
2 Enns
3 Ens-Ez
4 Fa-Fh
5 Fi-Fo
6 Friesen, A-G
7 Friesen, H-T
8 Fr-Fz
9 G-Gi
10 Ginter, K.R.
11 Go-Gra
12 Gre-Gu
13 Ha-Ham
Constituents, Han-K
Box Folder
23 1 Han
2 Har-Hay
3 He-Hi
4 Hildebrand
5 Hildebrand, E.
6 Ho-Hz
7 I
8 Ja-Je
9 Joh
10 Jones, J. L.
11 Jon-Ju
12 K-Kl
13 Kn-Ko
14 Kr-Kro
15 Kru-Ky
Constituents, L-McL
Box Folder
24 1 La-Lam
2 Lan
3 Lansky, E.
4 Lap-Lay
5 Le-Lo
6 Lu-Lz
7 Ma-Man
8 Mar-Maz
9 McA-McJ
10 McK
11 Mcl
Constituents, Me-P
Box Folder
25 1 Me
2 Mi
3 Mo-Mop
4 Mor
5 Mos-Moz
6 Mu-Mz
7 N
8 O
9 Pa
10 Pe-Pen
11 Per-Pet
12 Ph-Po
13 Popplestone, J.T.
13 Pr-Pu
Constituents, R-S
Box Folder
26 1 Ra
2 Re
3 Rh-Ri
4 Ro-Ru
5 Sa-San
6 Sar-Saw
7 Sawatsky, B.
8 Sc
9 Se
10 Sh
11 Si-Smir
12 Smit Sn
13 So-Steph
14 Stev-Stew
15 Sto-Stu
16 Su-Sz
Constituents, T-Z
Box Folder
27 1 Ta-Te
2 Th
3 Ti-To
4 Tr-Tz
5 U
6 Va
7 Ve
8 Vi-Vz
9 Wa-Wh
10 Wi-We
11 Wig-Wiz
12 X-Z
13 Unidentified
Mandate Returns
Box Folder
28 1 Mandate 31
2 Mandate 33
3 Mandate 34
4 Mandate 36-37
5 Mandate 39
6 Mandate 40-46
7 Mandate 47
8 Mandate 48
9 Mandate 52-54
10 Mandate 55-57
11 Mandate 58-60
12 Mandate 78-79
Agriculture: 1971-1986
Box Folder
29 1 1971
2 1972
3 1973 January-June
4 1973 July-December
5 1974
6 1975
7 1976
8 1977
9 1978
10 1979 January-June
11 1979 July-December
12 1980-1984
13 1985
14 1986

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Agriculture, 1970-1984, (92 folders)
CEMA
Box Folder
30 1 Agricultural Chemicals
2 Agricultural Research
3 Canadian Egg Marketing Agency, 1973-1974 (October)
4 Canadian Egg Marketing Agency, 1974 - 1977 (November)
5 Statistics
6 Documents #46-67
7 Documents #68-84
Grain Handling and Transportation, 1970-1977
Box Folder
31 1 1970
2 1971
3 1972
4 1973
5 1974
6 1975, January-June
7 1975, July-December
8 1975/76 Hall Commission briefs
9 1976
10 1977
Grain Handling and Transportation, 1978-1979 (June)
Box Folder
32 1 1978 January-May
2 1978, June
3 1978, July-October
4 1978 November-December
5 1979 January
6 1979, February
7 1979 March
8 1979 April-May
9 1979 June
Grain Handling and Transportation, 1979 (July)
Box Folder
33 1 Mss notebook, 1979, June-September
2 Undated memos, 1979, July-December
3 Undated memos re. Grain Co-ordinator, 1979, July-December
4 Undated mss. memos, 1979, July-December
5 Miscellaneous Legislation
6 Miscellaneous statistics
7 Names and Addresses
8 July-December newsclippings
9 July-December expense accounts
10 July 1-22
11 July 23-30
12 July 30
13 July 31
Grain Handling and Transportation, 1979 (August-September)
Box Folder
34 1 August 1-2
2 August 3
3 August 4-10
4 August 11-16
5 August 17-20
6 August 21-22
7 August 23
8 August 24-31
9 September 1-6
10 September 7-15
11 September 16-23
12 September 24-30
Grain Handling and Transportation, 1979 (October-December)
Box Folder
35 1 October 1-9
2 October 10-17
3 October 18-23
4 October 24-26
5 October 30
6 October 30-31
7 November 1-15
8 November 16-30
9 December
Grain Handling and Transportation, 1980-1983 (August)
Box Folder
36 1 1980
2 1980 USSR embargo
3 1981
4 1982
5 1983 January-February
6 1983 March-April
7 1983 May
8 1983 May-June
9 1983 July 1-25
10 1983 July 26
11 1983 July 27-28
12 1983 August 2-3
13 1983 August 5
14 1983 August 6-31
Grain Handling and Transportation, 1983 (September) - 1984
Box Folder
37 1 1983 September
2 1983 September: Bill C-155
3 1983 October-December
4 1984
5 Undated items
6 Undated House of Commons questions
7-8 Newsclippings
Canada-United States Interparliamentary Group Committee on Wheat
Box Folder
38 1 1979-1980 (July)
2 1980 July-December
3 1981 January-October
4 1981 (October)-1983
Documents (by title)
5 A-C
6 E-G
7 I-M
8 P
9 S-W
10 Miscellaneous documents

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Transportation, 1972-1982 (118 folders)
Parliamentary and Party Papers
Box Folder
39 1 House of Commons Standing Committee on Transport and Communications
2 P.C. Caucus Transportation Committee
3 P.C. Youth Shadow Cabinet Transportation Committee
Policy Statements,
4 1972-1974
5 1975 January-March
6 1975 June-December
7 1977-1980
House of Commons Questions,
8 1974
9 1975 January
10 1975 February
11 1975 March
12 1975 April
13 1975 May
14 1975 (June)- 1977
Agencies, Topics
Box Folder
40 1 Canada Dept. of Transport
2 Canadian Surface Transportation Administration
3 Canadian Transport Commission
4 Transportation Development Agency
5 Western Transportation Advisory Council
6 Atlantic Provinces
7 Prairie Provinces
8 Inter-urban Transportation
9 Highways
10 Trucking
11 Rural Transportation
12-13 Urban Transportation
14 Newsclippings
Transportation: Air,
Box Folder
41 1 Documents, etc., 1975
2 1977
3 1978
4 Aerospace Industry
5 Airline Employees
6 Airports
7 Airports: Brandon
8 Delta, B.C.
9 Dorval
10 Frobisher Bay
11 Pickering, Ontario
12 Toronto
13 Victoria, B.C.
14 Whitecourt, Alberta
15 Winnipeg
16 Airports: car rentals, 1975-1976
17 1978
18 1979
Box Folder
42 1 Bilingualism, 1975-1976 (February)
2 1976 (March)
3 1976 (April) -1979
4 Charter airlines
5 Fares
6 Fees, 1973-1975
7 1976
8 1977-1979
9 Commonwealth Air Transport Council
10 International Air Transport Association
11 Manitoba Aviation Council
12 Regional carriers
13 Air safety
14 Search and rescue
15 Newsclippings
Box Folder
43 1 Air Canada, 1973-1975
2 1975
3 1976-1980
4 newsclippings
5 CP Air
6 Nordair, 1978
7 1978-1979
8 Newsclippings
9 Ontario World Air
10 Pacific Western, 1979
11 1980 January-September
12 1980 (October)-1982
13 Perimeter
14 Transair
15 Wardair
Transportation: Rail
Box Folder
44 1 Documents
2 CNR 1974-1977
3 1977 (December)-1978 (March)
4 1978 April-May
5 1978-1980
6 CPR
7 VIA
8 Freight rates
9 Legislation
10 Locomotives
11 Maps
Box Folder
45 1 Rail line abandonment, 1975-1977
2 1978 (dated)
3 1978 (undated)
4 1979 January
5 1979 February-December
6 1980-1984
7 Passenger service, 1974-1975
8 1976 January-February
9 March
10 April-May
11 June-December
12 1977-1979
Transportation: Water
Box Folder
46 1 Documents, 1975 January-March
2 April-May
3 June-December
4 1976
5 1978-1979
6 Great Lakes
7 Merchant marine
8 Ports
Ports:
9 Churchill
10 Halifax
11 Prince Rupert
12 St. John
13 Thunder Bay
14 Vancouver
15 St. Lawrence Seaway, 1974-1975 (March)
16 1975 April-October
17 1976
18 1977-1979
19 newsclippings

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External Affairs, 1970-1985 (79 folders)
Parliamentary Sub Committee on Latin America and the Caribbean, 1981-1982 (February)
Box Folder
47 1 1970 Senate report
2 1981 January-June
3 July
4 September 16
5 September 17
6 September 18-30
7 October
8 November
9 December
10 1982 January
11 February
Parliamentary Sub-Committee on Latin America and the Caribbrean, 1982 (March)-1983
Box Folder
48 1 1982 March
2 April
3 May
4 June 3
5 June 15-30
6 July
7 August
8 September
9 6th report
Box Folder
48 10 1982 October
11 November 2
12 November 3-30
13 December
14 1983
Parliamentary Sub-Committee on Latin America and the Caribbean: regions and countries
Box Folder
49 1 Latin America
2 Central America
3 Costa Rica
4-5 El Salvador
6 Guatemala
7 Honduras
8-9 Nicaragua
10 Caribbean
11 Barbados
12 Cuba
13 Grenada
14 Haiti
15 Trinidad
16 Argentina
17-19 Brazil
20 Chile
21 Ecuador
22 Guyana
23 Peru
Inter-Parliamentary Associations
Box Folder
50 1 Parliamentary Relations Secretariat
2 Canada-Europe
3 Canada-Italy; Canada-Latin America; Canada-NATO
4 Canada-United States, 1976-1979
5 1980 January-June
6 1980 July-December
7 1983
8 Canadian Parliamentarians for World Order
9 Canadian Parliamentary Helsinki Group
10 Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
11 Inter-Parliamentary Union
12 Parliamentary Centre for Foreign Affairs, 1981
13 1982
14 1983
15 United Nations
16 U.N. Association in Canada
17 World Federalists
18 Youth Parliament

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Multiculturalism, 1979-1985 (117 folders)
Multiculturalism: office memos
Box Folder
51 1 Multiculturalism Directorate
2 Multiculturalism programs
3 Calendar, 1984 September-October
4 1984 November-December
5 1985 January-March
6 1985 April-August
7 Staff memos, 1984 October-December
8 1985 January
9 February
10 March 1-14
11 March 15-31
12 April
13 Job Appointments
Multiculturalism: invitations, statistics, etc.
Box Folder
52 1 House of Commons questions, 1984-1985
2 Invitation, 1983
3 1984 November-December
4 1985 January-February
5 1985 March-April
6 1985 May-August
7 Ontario events, 1981-1983
8 Statistics, 1981
9 Statistics, 1984
10 Names and addresses (undated)
11 Names and addresses, 1981
12 1982
13 1983
Multiculturalism: correspondence, 1979-1984 (March)
Box Folder
53 1 1979-1982
1983
2 January-March
3 April-May
4 June-August
5 September
6 October
7 November
8 December
1984
9 January
10 I. Ben-Tahir file
11 1984 February
12 March 12
Multiculturalism: correspondence, 1984 (April)-1985
1984
Box Folder
54 1 April 1-15
2 April 16-30
3 May 1-16
4 May 17-31
5 June 1-15
6 June 16-30
7 July
8 August
9 September-December
1985
10 January-March
11 April-May
12 June
13 July
14 August-December
Multiculturalism: documents
Box Folder
55 1 Publications lists
2 Progressive Conservative Policies (undated)
3 Documents, 1971-1980
4 1981
5 1982
6 1983
7 1983 April
8 1983 May
9 1983 June-September
10 1983 October
11 1983 November-December
12 1984 January
13 1984 March
14 1984 April-May
15 1984 June 2
16 1984 June 3-30
17 1984 July-December
18 1985
Multiculturalism: ethnic files, etc.
Box Folder
56 1 Chinese
Box Folder
55 2 Estonians
3 Greeks
4 Japanese
5 Jews
6 Sikhs
7 Ukrainians
8 Decima Research reports
9 Personnel resumes
10 Second draft, final report, Special Committee on Visible Minorities
Multiculturalism: Hansard, newsclippings, etc.
Box Folder
57 1 Hansard, 1971
2 Hansard, 1976-1977
3 Hansard, 1977-1979
4 Hansard, 1980-1983
5 Press Releases, 1982-1984
6 1985
7 Newsclippings, 1979-1982
8 1983 January-June
9 1983 July-August
10 1983 September
11 1983 October-December
12 1984 January-June
13 1984 July-December
14 1985
15 Miscellaneous items
Multiculturalism: Grants
Box Folder
58 1 Multicultural centres
Grants, 1980-1981:
2 groups
3 projects
4 British Columbia
5 Alberta
6 Saskatchewan
7 Manitoba
8-10 Ontario
11 Quebec
12 Atlantic Provinces
13 ethnic media
14 television estimates
Grants, 1982-1983:
Box Folder
5 15 Yukon, NWT
16 British Columbia
17 Alberta
18 Saskatchewan
19 Manitoba
20 Ontario
21 Quebec
22 Atlantic provinces

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Tourism, 1985-1986 (22 folders)
1985
Box Folder
59 1 August-September
2 August 30-September 4
3 September 17
4 September 25
5-8 October 7-9
9 October 14-25
10 October 30
11 November-December
1986
Box Folder
60 1 January 15-17
2 January 16
3 January-February
4 February-March
5 March-April
6 April 4-7
7 April 27-28
8 May 1-16
9 May 17-31
10 June 1-18
11 June 19-30

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Party and Parliamentary Files, 1971-1984 (60 folders)
Progressive Conservative Party
Box Folder
61 1 Leadership convention, 1976
2 Leadership convention, 1976
3 Leadership convention, 1983
4 Mont Ste-Marie caucus, 1983
5 Policy statements, 1983/84?
6 Financial controls, 1983
7 Election campaign, 1984
Progressive Conservative Party
Box Folder
62 1 Briefing notes for ministerial staff, 1984
2 Notes documentaires a l'intention du personnel des ministres, 1984
3 Parliamentary caucus
4 Caucus committees
5 Manitoba MPs
6 Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
7 Progressive Conservative Youth Federation
8 Manitoba Progressive Conservative Association
9 Manitoba delegates (undated)
10 Manitoba delegates, 1982?
11 Newsclippings
Parliamentary Bills, 1971-1980
1971
Box Folder
63 1 C-176
2 C-176 Hearings
3 C-176 submissions
4 C-176 miscellany
5 1971 C-180, C-259
6 1975 C-2
7 C-41, C-62, C-221
8 S-3
9 1977 C-8
10 C-8 correspondence, etc
11 C-11; C-31; C-37; C-56; C-57; C-425
12 1978 C-14, C-21
13 C-28; C-47; C-53
14 C-56
15 C-230
16 1979 C-15
17 C-28; C-29; C-37; C-202; C-217; C-255
18 1980 C-6
19 C-12; C-16; C-32
Parliamentary Bills, 1981-1984
Box Folder
64 1 1981, C-61
2 C-85
3 1982 C-10
4 C-85; C-96
5 C-97
6 C-130; C-133
7 C-143
8 1983 C-155 clause by clause
9 C-155 amendments
10 C-15
Government departments and agencies
Box Folder
65 1 Departments E-N
2 Dept. of Regional Economic Expansion
3 Departments S-T
4 Dept. of Veterans Affairs
5 Treasury Board
6 Canada Council, 1978
7 1978 March
8 1978 March-April
9 1978 April-July
10 1978 June-August
11 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
12 Canadian International Development Agency
13 Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation
14 Geological Survey of Canada

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Topical Files 1871-1985 (69 folders)
Topical Files: A-B
Box Folder
66 1 Abortion, 1975-1976
2 1977-1982
3 Bilingualism
4 Bilingualism: Manitoba, 1977-1983
5 1983 September
6 1983 September-October
7 1984 January
8 1984 February
9 1984 March
10 1984 April
11 1984 May
12 1984 May-July
13 newsclippings
14 Budget 1976-1978
15 1978 newsclippings
16 1981
Topical Files: B-E
Box Folder
67 1 Budget, 1982 January
2 1982 February-June
3 1982 July-December
4 1983
5 Capital punishment
6 Churchill River diversion
7 Constitution
8 Crown Corporations
9 Disarmament
10 Drug abuse
11 Economy, 1971
12 1972-1981
13 newsclippings
14 Atlantic provinces
15 Manitoba
Topical Files: E-G
Box Folder
68 1 Education
2 Employment
3 Environment: the Arctic
4 Environment: Manitoba: Water
5 Garrison Diversion
6 Garrison Diversion chronology
7 GATT, 1975-1976
8 1977
9 1978
10 miscellany
11 Gun Control, 1974-1975
12 1975 April
13 1976
14 1977-1981
Topical files: H-N
Box Folder
69 1 Handicapped
2 Human rights: 1975-1977
3 1979-1985
4 M. Nashpitz file
5 Hydro-electric power: Manitoba
6 Immigration
7 Libraries, depository
8 MPs' salaries
9 Metric system
10 Mobile homes
11 Native affairs
Topical files: N-P
Box Folder
70 1 Native affairs: Thunderbird Lodge
2 Nuclear energy
3 Pembina River basin
4 Pensions
5 Petroleum
6 Population, 1977-1980
7 1981-1982
8 newsclippings
9 Pornography, obscenity
10 Postal service
11 Prostitution
Topical files: R-W; countries
Box Folder
71 1 Recreation, sports, etc.
2 Research and Development
3 Riding Mountain National Park
4 Rock Lake Dam
5 Senate reform
6 Separatism: Quebec
7 Separatism: Western Canada
8 Tariffs, taxes, etc., 1975-1977
9 1978
10 1979-1986
11 Television
12 Women's issues
13 European countries
14 Middle East countries
15 Asian countries: Japan
16 Korea
17 Taiwan
18 Other Asian, African countries

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Speeches by Others (29 folders)
Box Folder
72 1 H. Breau
2 A.S. Cartwright
3 K. Collins
4 P.M. Cornell
5 J. C. Crosbie
6 T. d'Aquin
7 W.G. Davis
8 J. Fleming
9 H. Hart
10 I.L. Head
11 M. Henderson
12 D.J. Johnston
13 R. Layton
14 S. Lyon
15 E.C Manning
16 B. McCaffrey
17 W.E. McLaughlin
18 R.C. Milne
19 B. Mulroney
20 J. Naisbit
21 E. P. Neufeld
22 L. Perinbam
23 B. Rae
24 B. Ransom
25 R. Ray
26 W. Steinkrauss
27 H. Wiebe
28 M. Wilson
29 R. D. Wolfe

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Correspondence Files (260 folders)
Box Folder
73 1 Aarhus-Aune
2 Abbott, Jim
3 Abortion, General
4 Ahle, Anthony
5 Anderson, Greg
6 Argue, Hazen
7 Argyle, R.M. of
8 Axworthy, Lloyd
9 Baigrie-Bjornson
10 Blaikie-Bulter
11 Baron, Don
12 Bartel, Jake
13 Beaudry, Daryl
14 Beaudry, Lillian
15 B�gin, Monique
Box Folder
74 1 Bennett, Donald
2 Bennett, Howard
3 Bennett, Richard
4 Bergen, J.
5 Bergen Family "Immigration"
6 Bergmen, Edwin and Helen
7 Boggs, Brian
8 Bole, Elswood
9 Bonkowski, W.
10 Burns Brothers Farm
11 Brake, Wilfrid
12 Briggs, Roger
13 Brown, Mona
14 Burkitt, Russell
15 Burnett, Margaret
16 Bussieres, Pierre
17 Caillier-Claasen
18 Clapson-Curtis
19 Caccia, Charles
20 Campbell, John
21 Campbell, Margaret
22 Cannon, James
Box Folder
75 1 Carman FCC Office
2 Pat Carney
3 A.C Carriere (Elie).
4 Cartwright, Village of
5 Manitoba Cattle Producers Association
6 Edward Chabot
7 Rt. Hon. Joe Clark
8 Peter Clark (Can. Apparel Manufactures Inst.)
9 George Clements
10 Dorothy E. Collins
11 Cpl. D.F.J. Colter
12 Corbett, Dr. R.P.
13 Cordell, Alfred (3M Canada)
14 Cosgrove, Paul
15 Crystal City, Village of
16 Customs (U.S. Customs work)
17 Cypress River, Citizens of (postal concerns)
18 Dacquay-Deymze
19 Dick-Dyck
Box Folder
76 1 Daly, Dr. Bruce
2 Darlingford Post Office
3 Davis, Robert
4 Delaquis, Bruno
5 Devine, Grant
6 Dick, Jake
7 Dickinson, Rev. L.W.
8 Diemert, Robert (includes photos)
9 Douglas, Caryn
10 Downey, James
11 Ducharme, Gerry
12 Dueck, Raymond
13 Duncan, Della
14 Dupuis, Rene
15 Eby-Enns
16 Eccles, Harold
17 Edwards, T.R. (R.M. of Montcalm Personal Care Home)
18 Egyptian Grain Silos Project
19 Elm Creek Senior Citizens Housing
20 Enns, Abe
21 Ens, Frank
22 Fehr-Fraser
23 Friesen-Funk
24 Fallis, Coin
25 Ferriss, Alan
26 Fielman, Otto
27 Fletcher, Doug (Mayor of Carman)
28 Forrester, J.W.
29 Forster, Pam
Box Folder
77 1 Fox, Francis
2 Fraser, Bertha
3 Friesen, Benno
4 Friesen, D.K.
5 Friesen, Dr. J.A.
6 Friesen, Max
7 Froebe, Grant
8 Froese, Abe J.
9 Funk, Alan
10 Funk, Diedrich
11 Galbraith-Gunson
12 Gaultier, Rene
13 Gaultier, Auguste
14 Giesbrecht, Norman
15 Giesbrecht, Peter
16 Glenboro, Village of
17 Glenboro Agricultural Society
18 Goudy, Ken
19 Grainger, Mary
20 Greenvale Autohaus (Morden)
21 Gretna, Village of
22 Gretna CP Rail Subdivision
23 Grey, Municipality of
24 Gross, Zack
25 Grower, Kenneth W.
26 Hacault-Hiebert
Box Folder
78 1 Hildebrand-Hoeppner
2 Hoes-Hyde
3 Halliday, Dr. Bruce
4 Hard Agencies, Ltd.
5 Hare, Dr. J.B.
5a Hildebrand, Elmer (Golden West Broadcasting)
6 Isaac-Jonk
7 Janzen, Albert
8 Janzen, Marge
9 Jervis, Charles, H.
10 Johnson, Steini
11 Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Stu
12 Kaminga-Klassen
13 Kletche-Kuryk
14 Katz, Eugene and Maria
15 Kennedy, Alan (Manitoba Corn Growers Association)
16 King, Leslie-Elizabeth
17 Kitakufe, Dr. John
18 Klassen Trucking (R.G. Downey)
19 Klassen, C.D.
Box Folder
79 1 Knezevich, Tony
2 Krc, Pavel
3 Krueger, Henry
4 LaBossiere-Leadbeater
5 Leatherdale-Loeppky
6 Loewen-Lynes
7 Lamb, H.A.
8 Lansky, Eric (Mayor of Carman)
9 Latham, J.G.
10 Latter, Walter
11 Lauze, Fernand
12 LeBlanc, Romeo
13 LeNeal, Joe
14 Lenton, Bill
15 Lenton, Brian
16 Loewen, David
17 Loewen, Ray (West Park Motors, Altona)
18 Long, Beryl
19 Louise, R.M. of (Crystal City)
20 Lowe Farm, Citizens of (postal petition)
21 Lumb, Margaret (Cartwright Personal Care Home)
22 Lyle, Bruce
23 McBeath-McLeod
Box Folder
80 1 McMillan-Martens
2 Martin-Millay
3 Miller-Mykola
4 Macdonald, Municipality of
5 MacEachen, Alan
6 McGill, Barrie
7 McKnight, Ross
8 McLean, Robert
9 McRuer, Enid
10 Madill, Douglas
11 Manitoba language correspondence
12 Manson, Larry
13 Mariapolis Post Office
14 Martens, W.E.
15 L.E. Matchett Trucking
16 Merenchuk, John
17 Montcalm, R.M. of
18 Morden, Town of
19 Morden Research Station
20 Moris, R.M. of
21 Morris, Town of
22 Motheral, Violet
23 Neal-Novikov
Box Folder
81 1 Nebitt, Doug
2 Neuman, Randolph
3 Newman Hall Agencies Ltd.
4 Newman, Berkeley
5 Nickel, Edwin (Gloria Nickel Case)
6 Nordman, Anna
7 Norrie, William
8 Nostedt, Sheldon
9 Notre Dame du Lourdes, Village of
10 O'Brien-Ouimet
11 Oleson, Charlotte
12 Oliver, John
13 Paetlov-Penner
14 Perfect-Purvis
15 Paulson, S.E.
16 Pawrik, Jack
17 Pembina Threshermans Museum
18 Pembina Valley Dev. Corp.
19 Pembina Valley Lakes Dev.
20 Penner, Bernie
21 Penner, Jack
22 Penner, Mr. and Mrs. Jake
23 Penner, Jacob
Box Folder
82 1 Peters, Joan Y.
2 Popplestone, J.T.
3 Quality Communications
4 Rajbar-Rheault
5 Ricard-Ruiter
6 Reid, Mrs. Helen
7 Reimer, Peter L.
8 Rempel, Ed.
9 Rieber, Jesse
10 Rigaux, Larry
11 Ritchot, R.M. of
12 Roberts, David
13 Roberts, John
14 Roblin, R.M. of
15 Rocan, Dennis
16 RockLake Oil Seeds Dev.
Box Folder
83 1 Rogalsky, Herman
2 Roland, R.M. of
3 Roland Senior Citizen Housing
4 Rompkey, William
5 Royal Canadian Legion
6 Sabourin-Simpson
7 Single-Sorensen
8 Souque-Sylvester
9 Sabourin, Ben (Sheller Globe)
10 Sabourin, Yves
11 Sawatzky, Jake
12 Schroeder, Wm.
13 Siemens, W.J. (Can. Sugar Beet Producers Assn.)
14 Somerset, Village of
15 Southland Honda (Winkler)
16 South Norfolk, R.M. of
17 Steinke, Elsie (Brunkild Pool Elevator Assn.)
18 Steiman, Gary (Gemini Fashions)
19 St. Hilaire, Agnes (Restricted)
Box Folder
84 1 Stewart, Dr. and Mrs. D.B.
2 Strong, Rev. Whitman
3 Strathcona, R.M. of
4 Swain, Bob
5 Sykes, Basil
6 Tack-Thompson
7 Thorleifson-Turner
8 Thiessen, Helen
9 Thompson, R.M. of
10 Townshend, Roger
11 Uhrich-Unruh
12 Van Assen-Vuignier
13 Valcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrent
14 Van Damme, Ed and Carol
15 Vervynck, George
16 Victoria, R.M. of
17 Wah-shee - Whitfield
18 Wiebe-Wright
Box Folder
85 1 Wallis, Roy A.
2 Warasaba, Barry
3 Way, Louise
4 Whelan, Eugene
5 Wiebe, Art
6 Wiebe, Bernie
7 Wiebe, Elvina
8 Wiebe, Ernest Henry
9 Wiebe, John (Winkler)
10 Wilson, Bob
11 Wilson, Gustine
12 Winkler Daycare Centre
13 Winkler Resource Committee (Elmer Bartel)
14 Yake-Zachary
15 Zacharias, Jake

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Subject Correspondence Files, 1974-1986 (66 folders)
A.General:
Box Folder
86 1 Agriculture, 1986-88
2 CF-18 Maintenance Contract, 1986-87
3 Canada Health Act-Briefing Paper and Correspondence, 1982-83
4 Canada Health Act, 1984-85
5 Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
6 Constitution, 1982
7 Consumer and Corporate Affairs, 1981-88
8 Coypright Legislation, 1987-88
9 Copyright Act and Cultural Initiatives Project, 1986-88
10 Finance, 1985-88
11 Free Trade - Corresp, and Parliamentary Report
12 Gun Control Legislation
13 Immigration Bills C-55 and C-84
14 "The Kid Who Couldn't Miss" - 1987 Petition
Box Folder
87 1 Metric Conversion, 1981-83
2 National Health and Welfare, 1982-88
3 Nurses, 1986
4 Private Schools (Income Tax Deductions), 1982
5 Public Works, 1982-85
6 Tax Reform, 1988
B. Social Issues - Correspondence and Petitions
Box Folder
87 7 Abortion, 1984-85
8 Abortion, 1988
9 Abortion - Petitions from lisgar, 1988
10 Capital Punishment - "No" letters, 1987
11 Capital Punishment - "Yes" letters
12 Capital Punishment - Letters against Murta's Position
Box Folder
88 1 Capital Punishment - Letters for Position
2 House of Commons Speech on Capital Punishment - April 28, 1987
3 Pornography, 1987-88
C. Language Issue
Box Folder
88 4 Promotion of Official Languages in Manitoba -Government Memos
5 Manitoba Languages Act - corresp., 1985-87
6 Manitoba Language Issus (Meech lake) - memos, 1985
7 Official Languages Legislation, 1988
D. Constituency Issues.
Box Folder
88 8 Altona Airport, 1984-87
9 Econ. Consulting Ltd. Bankruptcy, 1982-85
10 Hydra Power Industries Ltd., 1980
11 Morden Research Station, 1984-86
12 Post Office - Correspondence, 1981-88
13 Post Office closings
14 Post Office at Cypress River, 1986
15 Post Office at St. Alphonse, 1986
16 Post Office at Winkler - Sale, 1979-81
17 Rock lake Flax Crusher, 1985
18 Seniors Housing, 1981-85
19 Telephone Deregulation, 1984-85
20 Tiger Hills Arts Assn. Inc., 1983-88
21 Winkler Airport, 1987-88
E. Flood Control
Box Folder
89 1 General Correspondence, 1980-81
2 Assiniboine Dam Project - Correspondence and clippings, 1982
3 Red River Valley Ring Dykes, 1982-83
4 Carman (Boyne) Flood Diversion - General correspondence, 1979-83
5 Carman Flood Diversion - Briefs, reports, and correspondence, 1980-83
6 Carman Diversion Project - Briefs presented in June 1983
7 Carman Diversion Project - Correspondence and notes (Nov. 1984 - Jan. 1986)
8 Carman Diversion Project - Correspondence (Jan. 1986 - April 1986)
9 Carman Diversion Project (April 1986 - May 1988)
F. Garrison Diversion Project
Box Folder
89 10 Speeches, research material, 1974-75
11 Press Releases and correspondence, 1976-80
12 Correspondence, 1978
Box Folder
90 1 Correspondence, 1976-81
2 Research notes, letter drafts and press kits
3 Speeches, correspondence, notes, 1980-81
4 Correspondence, 1982
5 General material, 1982
6 Washington delegation, 1982
7 Washington delegation, May 1983

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Constituency Office - Records and Correspondence, 1979-1986 (18 folders)
Box Folder
90 8 Lisgar Planning and Priorities Committee, 1983-85
9 Lisgar P.C. Association Meetings, 1985
10 Correspondence and case file, 1979-80
11 Revenue Canada case file, 1981-85
12 Employment correspondence, 1984
13 Lisgar Case Work forms, 1984
Box Folder
91 1 Agendas, memos, misc. corresp., 1984-95
2 Riding concerns, 1985
3 Constituency Office (weekly reports), 1981-82
4 Robert Turner's Constituency Report, 1985
5 Constituency Office Logs, Jan. 1981-Feb. 1982
6 Constituency Office Logs, Feb. 1982-Jan. 1983
Box Folder
92 1 Constituency Office Log, Sept. 1983-Mar. 1984
2 Constituency Office Log, Jan. 1983 - Sept. 1984
3 Constituency Office Log, Sept-Oct 1984/April 1985-April 1986
4 Desk Daytimer, 1984
5 Office Date Book, Sept. 1985 - Oct. 1986
6 Office Date Book, Nov. 1986 - May 1987

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The J.B. Murta Photograph Collection (PC 20), 1979-1985 (8 folders)
Box Folder
1 1 J.B. Murta presenting trophy to Grants Lake Junior Rifle Club, 1982 (May?),
Item 1
1 J.B.M. at Filipino reception, Toronto, 1985
Item 2,3
Ceremony honouring the publication of two volumes in the Generations series:
Box Folder
1 1 - J.B.M
Item 4,5
1 - J.B.M., Manoly Lupul, Edgar Wickberg
Item 6,7
1 - J.B.M., M. Lupul, E. Wickberg, Jean Burnett
Item 8
J.B.M. at unidentified reception:
Box Folder
1 1 - J.B.M., Bill McCauley (?)
Item 9
1 - J.B.M., Bill McCauley (?), unidentified man,
Item 10
1 - J.B.M., Lynda Murta, unidentified persons,
Item 11
J.B.M. at press conference (?), Toronto:
Box Folder
1 1 - J.B.M., unidentified man
Item 12
1 - J.B.M., unidentified persons
Item 13
1 - J.B.M., reporters and photographers
Item 14
1 J.B.M., Lynda Murta, and women of the Guyana booth, Ottawa, (see also #74-76), 1985 (?)
Item 15
1 J.B.M., unidentified man
Item 16
1 J.B.M., Lynda Murta, two unidentified couples
Item 17
J.B.M. at installation of Elizabeth Willcock as Citizenship Court judge, Winnipeg:
Box Folder
1 1 - J.B.M., E. Willcock, 3 unidentified men
Item 18
1 - J.B.M., E. Willcock, 2 unidentified men
Item 19
1 - J.B.M.
Item 20
J.B.M. with members of Montreal Chinese community, February 1985:
Box Folder
1 1 - J.B.M.
Item 21
1 - J.B.M., Ruth Koo Lam
Item 22
1 - J.B.M., Mr. Wong (Toronto), Mr. Yee (Ottawa)
Item 23
1 - J.B.M., R.K. Lam, Directors of Montreal Chinese Community Centre
Item 24
1 Photocopy of filmstrips of J.B.M. at unidentified reception, 1985
Item 25
2 J.B.M. and F.P. Fulci (Italian Ambassador)
Item 26,27
J.B.M. in Toronto:
Box Folder
1 2 - J.B.M., unidentified persons
Item 28
2 - Premier Frank Miller, Susan Fish
Item 29
J.B.M. at Centre Buffet Antique, Montreal:
Box Folder
1 2 - J.B.M.
Item 30
2 - J.B.M., 2 unidentified men
Item 31
2 - J.B.M., unidentified couple
Item 32, 33
2 - J.B.M., unidentified persons
Item 34
J.B.M. at Mosaic office:
Box Folder
1 3 - J.B.M., Lynda Murta, unidentified woman
Item 35
3 - J.B.M., Lynda Murta, unidentified persons
Item 36
3 - J.B.M., Mosaic office staff
Item 37
3 J.B.M. (?), Lynda Murta
3 J.B.M., unidentified couple, 1984
J.B.M. at Winnipeg press conference, December 1984:
Box Folder
1 3 -J.B.M., Maureen Hemphill
Item 40-42
3 - J.B.M., M. Hemphill, Joy Cohnstaedt, unidentified woman
Item 43
J.B.M. with members of Toronto Estonian Community, December (?) 1984:
Box Folder
1 3 - J.B.M., H. Oja, L. Leifat, N. Hubel, O. Trass, V. Hubel, V. Andre
Item 44
3 - L. Leivat, H. Oja, M. Ward, V. Hubel, N. Hubel, O. Trass
Item 45
J.B.M. with Quebec Sephardic Jewish delegation, December 1984:
Box Folder
1 3 - J.B.M., Chief Rabbi of Israel, unidentified man
Item 46, 47
3 - J.B.M., Chief Rabbis of Quebec, Israel and Natania, unidentified man
Item 48
3 - J.B.M., the delegation
Item 49
3 J.B.M.
Item 50,51
3 J.B.M. (Passport photo, December 1984)
4 J.B.M., Lynda Murta, Ray McAllister (?), 3 unidentified persons, Vancouver, 1985 ?
Item 54
4 J.B.M., Lynda Murta, Ray McAllister (?), 2 unidentified persons, Vancouver, 1985 ?
Item 55
J.B.M. at S.U.C.C.E.S.S. fund-raising dinner, Vancouver, January 1985:
Box Folder
1 4 - J.B.M.
Item 56, 57
4 - J.B.M., Lynda Murta
Item 58,59
4 - J.B.M., J. Chabot, K.C. Li
Item 60
4 - J.B.M., I. Waddell, Mr. & Mrs. A. Lai
Item 61,62
4 unidentified persons
Item 63
4 J.B.M., Pope John Paul II, G. Mitges, Rome, April 1985
Item 64-69
5 J.B.M., unidentified persons, Alberobello (Italy), 1985
Item 70-72
5 J.B.M., Irene Chu (Toronto Citizenship Court), April 1985
Item 73
5 J.B.M., Lynda Murta, unidentified persons at Belgian booth, Ottawa, 1985
Item 74-76
Ecumenical church service, German-Canadian Congress, Ottawa, May 1985:
Box Folder
1 5 - J.B.M. addressing the congregation
Item 77
5 - J.B.M. among congregants
Item 78
J.B.M. at O.A.S.I.S., May 1985:
Box Folder
1 5 - J.B.M., unidentified persons
Item 79
5 - J.B.M., Sheila Munnalal
Item 80
5 - J.B.M. addressing group
Item 81,82
5 - J.B.M. presents cheque to Charles Paris
Item 83
5 - J.B.M., unidentified persons
Item 84,85
5 - Paul Sander, 2 unidentified men
Item 86
J.B.M. at Mon Sheong Home, Toronto, 1985:
Box Folder
1 5 - J.B.M., Dr. Liu (?)
Item 87
5 - J.B.M., Dr. Liu (?), unidentified persons
Item 88,89
J.B.M. at Harbourfront, Toronto, August 1985
Box Folder
1 5 - J.B.M., Parks Canada Mascot
Item 90
5 - J.B.M., 3 dancers
Item 91
5 - J.B.M., unidentified persons
Item 92
National Tourism Tomorrow Conference, October 1985:
Box Folder
1 6 - J.B.M.
Item 93
6 - G. Lank
Item 94
6 - J. Eakins, H. Barrett
Item 95
6 - J.B.M., J.A. Adair, G. Lank, O. Leger, J. Klein
Item 96, 97
6 - J. Eakins, F. Hudson, H. Barrett, M. Leger, C. Richmond
Item 98
6 - J.B.M. and other delegates
Item 99, 100
6 J.B.M., unidentified persons at multicultural reception, 1985
Item 101-110
6 J.B.M., 2 unidentified men, Penticton, November 1985
111
7 Prince Edward Island? June 1986?
J.B.M. at J.N.H. Du testimonial dinner, February 1986:
Box Folder
1 7 - J.B.M., Lynda Murta, unidentified persons
Item 118-120
7 - J.N.H. Du ?
Item 121
7 Peter and Anne Dyck, Morden, 1979
Item 122
Assiniboine Mushroom Inc., 1982:
Box Folder
1 7 - the plant
Items 123
7 - 3 unidentified persons
Item 124
7 Tabor Home carnival (Lisgar riding)
Item 125
Campaign Photos - 1984
Box Folder
1 8 - Portraits
Item 126-127
8 - Family Photo
Item 128
8 J.B.M. with three participants of Forum for Young Canadians, March 30, 1983 (with accompanying letter)
Item 129
8 Carman Flood, Spring 1979
Item 130-141

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Tape Collection (TC 46) [1882?]
Morden centennial: 1882-1982
Theme song and playlet advertising the centennnial celebration of the town of Morden, Manitoba, 1882-1982.

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