Forms part of Series 1. Subseries consists of minutes for the Committee on Public Health and Welfare, a standing committee of Council. Committee responsibilities changed periodically over the years. As well, the name of the committee changed several times, and this is reflected in the minutes. Minutes typically follow a Council year, as standing committees were struck at the first meeting of each new Council.
1876-1878Board of Health 1879-1882Health, Relief and Cemetery Committee 1883-1886Committee on Health and Relief 1887-1905Health, Market and License Committee (sometimes Market, License and Health Committee) 1905-1908Public Health Committee 1909-1957Committee on Health 1958-1971Committee on Public Health and Welfare
Forms part of Fonds 1. The series consists of communications relating to project identification, coordination and planning for post-war reconstruction within the City of Winnipeg. The records are in three folders labeled A49, A49(2) and A49(3). Communications are arranged in chronological order.
File code (creator): A49.
Winnipeg (Man.). Special Committee on Post-War Reconstruction
Forms part of Fonds 1. The series documents the development of Stevenson Field, which later became the Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport. Records consist of communications, plans and agreements relating to the development of the airport, operation of the airport by Transport Canada, and eventual transfer of control to the Winnipeg Airports Authority Inc. in 1997. An Index to File Numbers is included. Records were organized alphabetically by subject, each of which was assigned a number, and files were organized in file number order (in practice, the letter "A" precedes the file number). Files with no file number follow those with file numbers.
Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of communications, rough minutes, publicity and reports relating to the City of Winnipeg's intention to lease or purchase the Winnipeg Electric Company, the Suburban Rapid Transit Co., the Winnipeg, Selkirk and Lake Winnipeg Railway Co., the Manitoba Power Co., and the Northwestern Power Co.; issues arising out of the Greater Winnipeg Transit Bill before the provincial legislature; issues arising out of Municipal and Public Utility Board reports on passenger transportation in Greater Winnipeg; competition between taxicabs and the street railway system; and the Winnipeg Electric Company's proposal for a new transportation franchise. The records are arranged in chronological order with some folders relating specifically to publicity.
File code (creator): A9.
Winnipeg (Man.). Special Committee on Street Railway Transportation Matters
Forms part of Series 2, Fonds 1: Subseries consists of records created, accumulated and used by the City Clerk's Department to run elections for Mayor, Councillors (Aldermen) and School Trustees for Winnipeg School Division No. 1. The records document the process of managing elections including the development of voting procedures, sample ballots and forms, the identification of sites for polls, hiring and training of election workers, complaints, and public notices and publicity for elections.
Forms part of Series 11, Fonds 1. Subseries consists of minutes, correspondence, reports on housing availability and costs for emergency housing, transcripts of public meetings and a copy of the final report of the Fact Finding Board. The records are in chronological order.
Winnipeg (Man.). Special Committee on Housing Conditions
Forms part of Series 11, Fonds 1. Subseries consists of correspondence, reports and architectural and site plans regarding housing availability, construction and maintenance for housing under the control of the City of Winnipeg. It also contains information on various programs of municipal, provincial and federal governments as they tried to address housing scarcity issues; for example, Wartime Housing Ltd. In later years, family and individual case histories for people seeking shelter are included in the files. The records are in chronological order.
Winnipeg (Man.). Special Committee on Housing Conditions
Forms part of Fonds 1. Series documents implementation of The Minimum Standard of Housing By-law through the Better Housing Commission. Records consist of Orders of Non-Conformance to owners of residences, appeals made by building owners, and letters regarding decisions on appeals made by the Commission. The records are generally in chronological order, but not entirely. Some documents with various dates were originally stapled together as cases were heard at specific meetings.
Forms part of Series 26, Fonds 1. Subseries consists of minutes of the Standing Committees of the Public Parks Board for the City of Winnipeg: the Finance Committee, Boulevards and Tree Committee, Parks Committee, Cemetery Committee, Recreation Committee and Golf Committee. It also contains Special or sub-committee minutes which addressed specific issues.
Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of minutes and communications of the Winnipeg War Memorial Committee and its two working committees: Site Committee and Design Committee. Included are reports, letters and newspaper clippings regarding site selection, the design competition and award, construction, unveiling ceremony, and committee wrap-up in August of 1929. The records are in chronological order.
Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of minutes and financial records of the Committee on Public Playgrounds for Winnipeg, the Playgrounds Association of the City of Winnipeg and the Playgrounds Commission as well as minutes for various special or sub-committees formed to undertake specific tasks. The minutes are in chronological order.
Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of communications and reports created and received in February of 1920 alleging and refuting bias on the part of the City when purchasing vehicles for City purposes.
Winnipeg (Man.). Special Committee to Investigate Charges regarding Purchase of Motor Trucks
Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of communications relating to proposed changes to the relationship between the Winnipeg Board of Parks and Recreation and the City of Winnipeg occasioned by the Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg's takeover of golf courses and large parks in the greater Winnipeg area. The records are contained in one folder and are in chronological order.
The file code for this special committee was A107.
Winnipeg (Man.). Special Committee on the Future of the Winnipeg Board of Parks and Recreation
Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of detailed reports on responsibilities and staffing complements for all city departments, draft Report of the Special Committee on Survey of Civic Administration and Question of Consolidation of Departments. The departmental reports contain staff lists including years of service and salary by position as well as detailed information on departmental responsibilities.
Winnipeg (Man.). Special Committee on Amalgamation
Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of information gathered from departments and other jurisdictions in Canada and the United States by the Special Committee on Organization and Administration of Civic Departments. Information requested of other jurisdictions was laid out in a questionnaire and covered such things as the form of administration employed for protecting persons and property, health and sanitation, transportation, education, recreation, public charities and financial management; a sample of the questionnaire is contained in the file. Included are an Organization Chart for the City of Winnipeg, revised 1923; Statement of Employees Shown on August Paylists 1923; Statement of Number of Employees and Amount Paid in Salaries, 1915, 1922, 1923; Statement of Number of Employees and Amount Paid, 1915-1923.
Winnipeg (Man.). Special Committee on Organization and Administration of Civic Departments
Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of a handwritten list of the names of journalists issued press cards from circa 1959 until 1977. Included are thumbnail photographs of radio, print and television journalists and a few signed press cards. The entries are chronological.