Letter from E. Robinson, Secretary and Business Agent of the Winnipeg Trades and Labor Council, to C.J. Brown, City Clerk, pledging its support to the striking civic workers, and calling on Council to capitulate to the strikers.
Item consists of 1 pamphlet (16 pages) with information on emergency service provided in the City of Winnipeg and the "999" call center, another first for Winnipeg. Item is dated 1968 and contains a series of reproduced photographs. On verso, it says: "LITHOGRAPHED IN CANADA BY BULMAN BROS. LIMITED, WPG."
Item consists of 1 report (42 pages) that outlines the findings of the committee on the status of women in the employ of the City of Winnipeg. The committee was appointed by the Board of Commissioners (City of Winnipeg) and was comprised of civic employees. Merle McCullough of the City Clerk's Department served as chairperson of the committee. Item is dated April 1977.
An agreement approved by Council that accepts the settlement facilitated by the Citizens' Committee of One Hundred, but with the addition that officers of the Fire Department are forbidden from being part of a union.
Letter from W.M. Coburn, Secretary and Business Agent of the International Union of Steam and Operating Engineers, Local Union No. 498, to the City Clerk's Office, expressing displeasure of City funds being used for anti-strike advertisements.
Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of statutory declarations signed by incoming aldermen, mayors and civic officials. Most declarations are made on printed forms and contain the name and position of the person signing the declaration, as well as information on land ownership in the case of persons elected to council. Included in the series are declarations for the first Mayor of the City of Winnipeg, Francis Cornish, and the first City Clerk for the City of Winnipeg, Alexander MacDougall Brown. The series is not complete. Declarations are also found in Series 2, Election Records.
Forms part of Fonds 1: Series consists of bound minute books for special committees struck by Council. The minute books are chronological and each one contains minutes for multiple special committees active during a given timeframe. In most volumes, a list of special committees and their respective page numbers are recorded on the first few pages of the volume. Not all special committees appear in volume listings and not all page references are complete. Most special committees have associated correspondence and working papers in addition to minutes. These records are separate from minutes. From about 1924 onward, special committees and their associated files were assigned an alpha-numeric code beginning with the letter "A".
Council established special committees to investigate and manage various projects, issues and questions placed before the City. Special committees were typically struck by a Council motion that outlined committee composition and responsibilities, and permanently adjourned once the issue had been resolved or referred to Council with a recommended course of action.