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Chinese-Canadian Friendship Association

Series contains material relating to the Vancouver chapter of the Chinese-Canadian Friendship Association (CCFA), as well as to similar regional, national, and international friendship associations and societies. Material related to the administration of the Vancouver chapter includes executive committee and general meeting minutes, committee lists, a draft constitution, and financial statements. Vancouver chapter material also includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, printed material from events and outreach efforts, position statements, and other documents. The series also contains material from regional and national friendship association meetings and conferences, including proposals, notes, minutes, summaries of proceedings, schedules, memoranda, and agendas; assorted material from other Canadian and international friendship associations and societies, including reports, articles, policies, position papers, newsletters, draft constitutions, proposals, and flyers; and various papers, articles, speeches, articles critiques, letters, and reports on China. The series also contains assorted local and national newsletters, journals, and magazine, as well as CCFA membership cards belonging to Jack and Hilda Scott. Meeting minutes, correspondence, newsletters, and journals are all arranged chronologically.

Committee on Canadian Labour History libel suit

Series contains material relating to a libel claim submitted against Jack Scott and individuals associated with the Committee on Canadian Labour History by members of the Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist), Hardial Bains, Charles Boylan, Dorothy-Jean O’Donnell, and Brian Sproule. The series contains the writ of summons, statement of claim, statement of defense, correspondence to and from the plaintiffs’ and defendants’ attorneys, and memoranda or statements regarding the charges. The series also contains Jack Scott’s writings and research on the plaintiffs in the case, primarily Hardial Bains and Charles Boylan, including critiques of their writings and positions, copies of Bains’s and Boylan’s speeches and writings, extracts from newspaper and journal articles, library search results on Bains, and other related documents. The series also contains ephemera related to the plaintiffs, including a book of poetry by and biographical material about Charles Boylan’s wife, Sharon Stevenson, Consensus magazine, a conference program, Words newsletter, and a pamphlet on the CPC(M-L) published by concerned feminist trade unionists. Correspondence is arranged chronologically.

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