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Vanier Institute of the Family records
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12cm of textual records
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Governor General Georges Vanier and Madame Pauline Vanier founded the Vanier Institute of the Family in 1965. Vanier institute of the Family is a national charitable organization.
The organization funds research on demographic, economic social and health issues that effect contemporary Canadian life. In 1980, Blanche Howard was the Prime Minister's nomination for placement on the executive board of directors, for which she was duly elected.
The series contains two files, which include correspondence and board meeting minutes. The predominant subject of the series is a dispute involving members of the executive.