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Volunteer Division

Forms part of Fonds 24. Series V consists of records created in the years 2001-2002 to serve the Division’s purpose of identifying, recruiting, and training Volunteers to serve at the 2002 NAIG. Records mainly relate to accreditation and document the activities of the Volunteer Committee.

North American Indigenous Games Host Society (Winnipeg), Inc.

Sports Division

Forms part of Fonds 24. Series S includes records that were created in the years 1995-2000 to serve the Division’s purpose of ensuring that each of the competitions in the North American Indigenous Games was a first class competition. Records include files on each sport included in the Games, Sports Schedules and Technical Plans, records relating to Site Teams and Venues, Operations manuals, and recorded Results and Awards.

North American Indigenous Games Host Society (Winnipeg), Inc.

Operations Division

Forms part of Fonds 24. Series O includes records created in the years 1999-2002 to serve the Division’s purpose of providing the best possible services to the athletes, coaches, managers and cultural participants during their stay at the 2002 NAIG. Records include Operational plans, Venue agreements, Transportation arrangements, Environment plans, Security plans, Sensitivity Programs, Service Plans, and Medical arrangements.

North American Indigenous Games Host Society (Winnipeg), Inc.

Fundraising Division

Forms part of Fonds 24. Series F consists of records that were created in the years 2001-2002 to serve the Division’s purpose of raising money from sponsors to meet the Games budget requirements. Records included within the Series are mainly Sponsorship Agreements and Fundraising Committee meetings and plans.

North American Indigenous Games Host Society (Winnipeg), Inc.

Cultural Division

Forms part of Fonds 24. Series D consists of records that were created in the years 1997-2002 in the Division’s efforts to integrate a cultural component into all aspects of the Games. Series includes Cultural Village plans and Committee meeting minutes, Opening and Closing Ceremony plans and meeting minutes, Festival Division records, records relating to entertainers and performances, and information relating to Aboriginal Culture and Customs.

North American Indigenous Games Host Society (Winnipeg), Inc.

Communications Division

Forms part of Fonds 24. Series C consists of records created for the promotion and documentation of the 2002 NAIG in the years 1994-2002. The Series includes photographs and logos for posters, audio and video advertisements, scripts for speeches, and records relating to Aboriginal advertising venues and media.

North American Indigenous Games Host Society (Winnipeg), Inc.

Administration & Finance Division

Forms part of Fonds 24. Series B consists of records created in the years 1998-2001 to ensure the 2002 NAIG were planned in a fiscally responsible manner, being accountable to the various funding bodies, and providing a financial legacy for the sporting community. Series mainly consists of financial records, records of the Pan Canadian Indigenous Game Fund and Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development, and records relating to employment opportunities and internships for Aboriginal Youth.

North American Indigenous Games Host Society (Winnipeg), Inc.

Host Society Management Division

Forms part of Fonds 24. Series A includes records created or collected by members or committees of the Host Society responsible for organizing the 2002 NAIG in the years 1994-2002. As the highest level of management, The Host Society was the core of the 2002 NAIG. High level decisions were made at the Host Society level; Host Society meetings were attended by Government representatives, Chairs of other NAIG Divisions, and representatives of related Aboriginal or Metis organizations or groups; and updates from all other NAIG divisions were received and considered by the Host Society. Records include General Manager’s Files, Executive Assistant Files, and the Minutes of the Host Society Organizing Council, Budget & Finance Committee, Executive Committee, Chef de Mission meetings, NAIG Council, Board of Directors, Risk Management Committee, and other Staff Meetings.

North American Indigenous Games Host Society (Winnipeg), Inc.

Children on swingset

A group photograph of children posing on a swing set in an unknown park. The photograph is stamped "Free Press Photo" and is affixed to one side of an album page that has another photograph of the opposite side.

Scotia Rink

Two photographs of children playing hockey on outdoor skating rinks. Photo at top was taken outside the Northland Knitting Company building at 618 Arlington Street. Photo at bottom was taken on Scotia Street, near Luxton Avenue. The photographs are affixed to one side of a piece of construction paper that has two other photos on its reverse.

Supervised skating rink

The second side of an album page with a photograph of a Parks Board supervised skating rink outside the Norhtland Knitting Company Building at 618 Arlington Street affixed.

Winnipeg (Man.). Parks and Recreation Department

Supervised skating rink

The first side of an album page with a photograph of a Parks Board supervised skating rink outside the Northland Knitting Company Building at 618 Arlington Street affixed.

Winnipeg (Man.). Parks and Recreation Department

Arthur and Fred Landen photograph album – page 30

Page 30 of a photograph album created by brothers Arthur and Fred Landen of Hull, England. Page consists of 6 photographs taken by Fred Landen depicting, clockwise from top-left: A horse-drawn “speeder” sleigh in front of the Nares Building on Main Street and Lombard Avenue; a horse-drawn toboggan in front of the old post office on Main Street and McDermot Avenue; a workman’s house; children standing in winter clothes in a residential neighbourhood; Fred Landen sitting in wooded area, “The Grove” in “Kildonia” [Kildonan] - likely Fraser's Grove in East Kildonan; and a horse and buggy in a residential neighbourhood.

Landen, Frederick Cluett

Fort Rouge Park

One side of an album page with two mounted photographs of Fort Rouge Park. Includes image of Fort Rouge Park with the Manitoba Legislature in the background (left) and an image of an unknown green space (right).

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