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National Marketing
CA ACU SPC F0215-F0215-S0005 · Series · 1974-2008
Part of EMI Music Canada fonds

Series contains materials related to EMI Music Canada’s National Marketing department and its equivalent predecessors. Activities of the department include developing marketing plans for artists, publicity campaigns, promotional materials, and tracking the impact of the department’s endeavors. Publicity materials such as photographs, press kits and electronic press kits (EPKs) are developed and retained by the department. Finally, print, audio and video records are retained relating to advertisements, publicity events, television appearances and interviews for artists represented by the label.

EMI Music Canada
General papers. 1871
CA ACU GBA F0888-S00007 · Series · 1870-1871
Part of Richard C. Hardisty fonds

Consists of correspondence of W.J. Christie, Chief Factor at Edmonton House (and immediate predecessor of Richard Hardisty), related to operations at the HBC posts of Carlton House, Fort Chipewyan, Cumberland House, Edmonton House, Fort Garry, Isle a la Crosse, Norway House, and York Factory. Also includes some correspondence with the Canadian Government, and about creating a Board of Health, the Canadian Pacific Railway, and Hugh Inkster.

Image bank collection
CA ACU ARC F0250-S0001 · Series · 1940-1960; 1985-1991
Part of University Communications fonds.

Consists of black and white and colour photographs of university activities, students, campus scenes; Olympic sites and some offcampus views.

CA ACU ARC F0205-S0001 · Series · 1967-2011
Part of Deans' Council fonds.

Series consists of minutes, indexes, membership lists and meeting schedules for the Deans' Council meetings. The minutes and agendas are missing from the meetings on April 10, 2000 and October 10, 2001 to December 17, 2001 (Oct 10, Oct 22, Nov 6, Nov 19, Dec 17).

CA ACU ARC F0307-S0001 · Series · 2000
Part of Mary Valentich fonds.

Series consists of records related to courses taught in the Faculty of Social Work, and early courses from the University of Ottawa and Memorial University.