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Civic employees pension fund
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22 Aug. 1922 (Creation)
- Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on Finance
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1 folder of textual records
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As a standing committee of Council, the duties of the Committee on Finance included supervision of all City accounts, preparation of the annual budget, monitoring wages of all subordinate employees of the city, and consideration and review of every committee report that included a recommendation for the expenditure of civic funds before it was submitted to City Council. The original name of the committee was Committee on Finance and Assessment. In later years it was called the Finance Committee or Committee on Finance. The Board of Control replaced the Committee on Finance during the period 1907-1918.
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Contains pension information about employees leaving the City’s service, drafting notes for pension By-law 10589, and correspondence regarding the pensions of employees who participated in the 1919 General Strike.
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This file is related to by-law 10589.