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Southern Alberta Group for the Environment (SAGE) fonds

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Date Range
1984-2020
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20201076
Physical Description
36cm of textual records; 61 photographic prints, 56 negatives
Scope and Content
2020.1076/001: Stafford Coulee Slumping Consultation Project: Part I. 15 photographic prints. 1995-1996. 2020.1076/002: Stafford Coulee Slumping Consultation Project: Part II. 1995-1996. 2020.1076/003: SAGE Newsletter: Part I. 2001-2013. 2020.1076/004: SAGE Newsletter: Part II – includes Annual …
Date Range
1984-2020
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Southern Alberta Group for the Environment (SAGE)
Physical Description
36cm of textual records; 61 photographic prints, 56 negatives
History / Biographical
The Southern Alberta Group for the Environment (SAGE) was formed in 1984 by a group of environmentally concerned citizens based in Lethbridge and the surrounding area. Originally known as SAEG (Southern Albertans for the Environment Group), the group works to bring awareness to the public about environmental issues concerning Southern Alberta. They actively engage with local, provincial, and federal policy-makers to ensure the environment is protected for future generations to enjoy. SAGE holds monthly meetings, they write newsletters, organize public programs, and work to educate the community on environmental issues. SAGE has been an advocate of recycling programs throughout the City, as well as working to maintain protected areas, biodiversity conservation, renewable energy, environmental sustainability in urban planning projects, and many more issues impacting the community. SAGE members have been active sponsors for many other local environmental initiatives around Southern Alberta. For example, they have worked with the Oldman River Advisory Committee and were consultants for the Stafford Coulee Slumping project in the mid-1990s to ensure the safety of the neighborhoods overlooking the coulees and the habitat of animals living in the coulees. SAGE continues to advocate for the Southern Alberta environment and to engage the public on the importance of environmental sustainability in all aspects of life.
Scope and Content
2020.1076/001: Stafford Coulee Slumping Consultation Project: Part I. 15 photographic prints. 1995-1996. 2020.1076/002: Stafford Coulee Slumping Consultation Project: Part II. 1995-1996. 2020.1076/003: SAGE Newsletter: Part I. 2001-2013. 2020.1076/004: SAGE Newsletter: Part II – includes Annual General Meeting ’99, Members list. 1992-2000. 2020.1076/005: Brochures, Quirk Article, and Membership Lists. 22 photographic prints. 1984-2015. 2020.1076/006: Correspondences and Meeting Minutes: Part I. 2003-2005. 2020.1076/007: Correspondences and Meeting Minutes: Part II. 1997-2003. 2020.1076/008: Various Correspondences and Newspaper Articles on Conservation Worries. 1992-2006. 2020.1076/009: Correspondences on Henderson Lake Golf Driving Range, and Motel Magic Expansion. 1994-1997. 2020.1076/010: Minutes of Meetings and Agendas: Part I. 2010-2018. 2020.1076/011: Minutes of Meetings and Agendas: Part II – includes correspondences. 2006-2015. 2020.1076/012: Provincial Grass Fescue Tours. 24 photographic prints, 56 negative frames. 2002. 2020.1076/013: Get a Grass! Project. 1999-2005. 2020.1076/014: Get a Grass! Campaigning Materials for Designating a Provincial Grass. 2001-2003. 2020.076/015: More Materials on the Grassland Conservation Project. 1997-2003. 2020.1076/016: Bull Trout Project. 1990-2002. 2020.1076/017: Floppy Disk 1: ‘SAEG – Waterton Gate 1 Feb 01-Apr 01’ Papers. 2001. 2020.1076/018: Floppy Disk 2: ‘SAEG – Waterton Gate 2 Apr 01-Nov 01’ Papers. 2001. 2020.1076/019: Floppy Disk 3: ‘SAEG – Waterton Gate 3 Apr 01’ Papers. 2001-2002. 2020.1076/020: Floppy Disk 4: ‘ILO’s’ Intensive Livestock Operations Papers. 1999-2002. 2020.1076/021: Floppy Disk 5: ‘ILO’s (Air & Water Quality) Info’ Papers. 1999-2000. 2020.1076/022: Floppy Disk 6: ‘SAEG – Pesticides’ Papers. 2001-2020. 2020.1076/023: Floppy Disk 7: ‘SAEG Jan 2002-2003’ Papers. 2002-2003. 2020.1076/024: Floppy Disk 8: ‘SAEG Jan 2000- Dec 2001’ Papers. 1998-2001. 2020.1076/025: Floppy Disk 9: ‘SAEG Jan/99 – Dec/99’ Papers. 1999. 2020.1076/026: Floppy Disk 10: ‘SAEG Oct 97 – Dec/98’ Papers. 1997-1998. 2020.1076/027: Floppy Disk 11: ‘SAEG Nov 1996 – Oct 1997’ Papers. 1996-1997. 2020.1076/028: Floppy Disk 12: ‘SAEG, MISC > Oct 1996’ Papers. 1993-1996.
Accession No.
20201076
Collection
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Chinook Country Tourist Association fonds

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Date Range
1891-2012
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20191019
Physical Description
25 cm of textual records; 320 photographs; 8 architectural plans
Scope and Content
2019.1019/001: Chinook Country Tourist Attraction Photographs, 77 photographs, 1990-2000? 2019.1019/002: The Roamin’ Empire, including meeting minutes, correspondences, and newspaper articles, etc., 1959-1983. 2019.1019/003: Lethbridge Herald Media Coverage of Canada’s West Market Place, 70 photo…
Date Range
1891-2012
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Chinook Country Tourist Association
Physical Description
25 cm of textual records; 320 photographs; 8 architectural plans
History / Biographical
The Chinook Country Tourist Association was a stakeholder-based, not-for-profit organization that supported and inspired tourism by providing stakeholder, marketing, and visitor information services. It was associated with Travel Alberta, and the company was based in Lethbridge. The Chinook Country Tourist Association promoted tourism and travel throughout Southern Alberta. The Chinook Country Tourist Association produced a number of annual publications that are distributed throughout Southern Alberta, including “Alberta South” travel planners and guides, multiple brochures, and maps. They worked to promote the Southern Alberta area to tourists from all over the world. The CCTA had been in Lethbridge for 50 years and operated one of the few year-round visitor centres in Southern Alberta. The Association’s executive director Nikolaus Wyslouzil announced that in March 2019, the Chinook Country Tourist Association would dissolve and cease all operations in Lethbridge.
Scope and Content
2019.1019/001: Chinook Country Tourist Attraction Photographs, 77 photographs, 1990-2000? 2019.1019/002: The Roamin’ Empire, including meeting minutes, correspondences, and newspaper articles, etc., 1959-1983. 2019.1019/003: Lethbridge Herald Media Coverage of Canada’s West Market Place, 70 photographs, 2000. 2019.1019/004: Alberta Tourist Association, Southern Alberta Tourist Council, Lethbridge Tourist & Convention Bureau materials, 1964-1977. 2019.1019/005: Travel Guides and Planners, 2000. 2019.1019/006: Media Coverage Part 1/2, 13 photographs, 1990-2012. 2019.1019/007: Media Coverage Part 2/2, 8 photographs, 1995-2014. 2019.1019/008: Photographs of Southern Alberta Tourist Sites Part 1/3, 39 photographs, 1891-1990. 2019.1019/009: Photographs of Southern Alberta Tourist Sites Part 2/3, 34 photographs, 1992? 2019.1019/010: Photographs of Southern Alberta Tourist Sites Part 3/3, 14 photographs, 1987-1992? 2019.1019/011: Great Falls Trade Show, 8 photographs, 1995. 2019.1019/012: Chinook Country Tourist Association Awards, 8 photographs, 1995? 2019.1019/013: CCTA Staff Photos, 16 photographs, 1980-2004? 2019.1019/014: Promotional Photographs for Brochures, Maps, etc., 18 photographs, 1980-2000? 2019.1019/015: CCTA Visual Images Library, 1990-1994. 2019.1019/016: CCTA Photo Library Catalog, 1990. 2019.1019/017: Miscellaneous Correspondences re: Slides for Photo Library, 1981-1992. 2019.1019/018: Southern Alberta Tourism- media coverage, 2007-2009. 2019.1019/019: Tour and Promotional Attractions Commentaries, 1987-1989. 2019.1019/020: Photographs of Tourist Site Signs in Southern Alberta, 15 photographs, 1963-1980? 2019.1019/021: Chinook Country Tourist Association Additions building plans, 8 commercial building plans, 1 construction confirmation letter, Alvin Reinhard Fritz Architect, Inc., 1996, Folder.
Accession No.
20191019
Collection
Archive
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