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Interview with Brandon Sweet.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Brandon Sweet, Associate Director, Internal and Leadership Communications at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Sweet's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include Wilfrid Laurier University, electronic music, rave culture, communications, speech writing, Federation of Students, student movement, culture wars, diversity, student referenda, University Senate, United Arab Emirates Satellite Campus, University of Waterloo fifth anniversary, COVID-19, the Gazette, the Daily Bulletin and Beyond the Bulletin. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Judi Jewinski.

An audio-visual recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Judi Jewinski, retired Administrative Dean at Renison University College, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Jewinski's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include teaching, writing and grammar, drama, English literature, Renison College, Faculty of Arts, students, poetry readings, Association of English as a Second Language Association of Ontario, English Language Institute, Centre for Teaching Excellence, Gordon Stubley Language Competency Committee, Maurice Evans, Richard “Dick” Knight, Grace Logan, Harry Tuyn, Neil Hultin, Harry Logan, Gordon Slethaug, Tanya Missere Mihas, Michael Smyth, and Switzerland. The interview was conducted in-person in Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Don Cowan.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Don Cowan, Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Cheriton School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Cowan's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include computer science, IBM, Computer Science Days, math contests, WATFOR, WATFIV, MicroWAT, Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing, intellectual property, startups, co-op, Wes Graham, Ralph Stanton, Doug Wright, Ken Fryer, Paul Dirksen, Paul Cress, and Pat Fisher. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Jacky Beckford-Henriques.

An audio-visual recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Jacky Beckford-Henriques, Swimming Head Coach, Athletics at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Beckford-Henriques's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include immigration, Jamaica, coaching, Olympics, Jamaican National Swim Team, Learn to Swim, Swim Canada, Ontario University Athletics, university sport and swimming, Roly Webster, advocacy, anti-racism, George Floyd, Darrell Adams, Sadiq Sadiq, The Alliance, Black History Month, Black Excellence Interviews, diversity, Adventure for Change, and donors. The interview was conducted in-person in Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Anita Layton.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Anita Layton, the Canada 150 Research Chair in Mathematical Biology and Medicine, and Professor of Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Pharmacy, and Biology at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Layton's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include Hong Kong, immigration, Duke University, computer science, University of Toronto, the two-body problem, Canada 150 Research Chair, Associate Dean for Research, health research, gender equity, diversity, sex difference, and race difference. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Jennifer Shousterman.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Jennifer Shousterman, Executive Assistant, Office of the President at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Shousterman's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Camille Huo.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Camille Huo, a student in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Huo's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include China, pharmacy, conditional admission to pharmacy, co-op, and COVID-19. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Aaron T. Francis.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Aaron Francis, PhD candidate, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Francis's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include Jamaica, Leeds, England, immigration, COM DEV, art, political science, and Francis's PhD studies. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Strange Street pump house : interior.

File consists of two photographs (plus duplicates) and two contact prints of the interior of the Strange Street pumping station. Photographs show pumping machinery, including an 8 horsepower, 6 cycle Ruston diesel engine and English electric generators.

Pequegnat, Marcel

Murphy, Emily.

Photograph of Emily Murphy seated at a desk, surrounded by books, while in court. Murphy is seen looking toward camera and to her left is clerk P. [Moray?] looking down and taking notes.

Murphy, Emily Ferguson

Funeral program for Andrew Telegdi.

A program for Andrew Telegdi’s funeral service held on January 28, 2017 at Knox Waterloo Presbyterian Church in Waterloo, Ontario. The program includes a eulogy for Andrew Telegdi and outlines the order of the funeral service. The service included a traditional blessing prayer delivered by Oqwilowgwa Kim-Recalma-Clutesi, tributes offered by Bardish Chagger, Don Chapman, John and Jonathan English, scripture reading by Margie Telegdi-Smith, and family tributes by Paul Telegdi and Erin Telegdi.

Telegdi, Andrew

Kitchener-Waterloo Multicultural Centre’s equity and inclusion fundraising dinner honouring Andrew Telegdi.

Material accumulated by Andrew Telegdi related to the Kitchener-Waterloo Multicultural Centre’s equity and inclusion fundraising dinner held in his honour. Telegdi previously served as the President of the Kitchener-Waterloo Multicultural Centre and the dinner honoured his extensive contribution to the organization and the local community. The dinner was held on November 29, 2012 at Bingemans Conference Centre in Kitchener, Ontario. Records include a flyer invitation, itinerary, a guestbook, pin, program, and related correspondence including a letter from Justin Trudeau extending his congratulations to Telegdi. The file also contains a photograph of Telegdi and three unidentified individuals at an unknown event.

Telegdi, Andrew

Endorsement certificate.

A certificate to the Returning Officer for the electoral district of Kitchener-Waterloo certifying that Andrew Telegdi had the endorsement of the Liberal Party of Canada in the electoral district named above. The certificate was signed in Ottawa, Ontario on May 6, 2011.

Telegdi, Andrew

Crime prevention.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his post-political career related to crime prevention in the Region of Waterloo. Records include agendas, minutes, notes, and related material from the Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council and the Crime Prevention Council of Waterloo Region Alumni Group. Andrew Telegdi was a member of the Crime Prevention Council of Waterloo Region Alumni Group. In addition, the file contains a flyer advertising a day of national remembrance and action on violence against women as well as material related to the Canadian firearms registry including a statement from the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police.

Telegdi, Andrew

Grand Valley Institution for Women.

Material accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his post-political career related to the Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener, Ontario. Records include an overview of the correctional, mental health, reintegration, educational, and other programs at the facility.

In addition, the file contains program statistics and an anonymous letter from a federally sentenced women about the intrusive nature of prison searches. Moreover, the file contains a list of issues at the facility written by an unknown individual that notably asserts Indigenous inmates are over-represented in the general population and maximum secure unit and that certain behaviours are more strictly enforced with Indigenous inmates causing them to be frequently segregated.

Telegdi, Andrew

Nomination.

A certificate issued by Stéphane Dion, then Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, to the Returning Officer for the electoral district of Kitchener-Waterloo confirming that Andrew Telegdi had the endorsement of the Liberal Party of Canada. This certificate was signed by Stéphane Dion in Ottawa, Ontario and was likely issued after Telegdi was nominated as the candidate to represent the Library Party in the riding of Kitchener-Waterloo in the 2008 Canadian federal election.

Telegdi, Andrew

Grand Valley Institution for Women.

Material accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to Grand Valley Institution for Women (GVI) in Kitchener, Ontario. Records include correspondence between Telegdi and Dianne Brown, Warden, GVI. In this correspondence, Telegdi asked Brown for information on the number of women returning to GVI with a new offence versus a suspension. In later correspondence, Brown provided Telegdi a series of appendices from a report titled, Mental Health Strategy for Women Offenders containing statistics on women prisoners related to mental health, revocations, segregations, and releases. Several appendixes provide statistical information on similar topics specifically related to Indigenous women in prison.

The file also includes an agenda and two reports possibly provided to Telegdi during a site visit to GVI in 2008. The first report provides a brief statistical overview of the facility structure, organizational chart, facility profile, facility expenditures, population profile, offender profile, escapees, and offender complaints and grievances. The second report provides a detailed description of the prison and its operational units, population, reintegration programs, correctional programs, mental health programs, education and employment programs, social programs, and Indigenous programs including Circles of Change. The report also outlines various groups and committees that offer support to women at GVI including Native Sisterhood, Black Inmates and Friends Assembly (BIFA), and the Lifers and Long-term group. Moreover, the report describes the GVI’s community partnerships, and escorted temporary absence programs.

Telegdi, Andrew

Luther Marsh and Related GRCA movies.

File consists of one DVD transfer of films donated by Adolphos Ridzins. The films include Luther Marsh; Conestogo, Guelph and Woolwich dam construction; reforestation at Conestogo; spring floods; RCMP murder investigation at Luther.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Crime prevention.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to crime prevention in the Waterloo region. Records include documents highlighting Telegdi’s involvement with the Waterloo Region Community Safety and Crime Prevention Council such as correspondence, agendas, and invitations. Also includes news releases, information sheets, a paper titled, Agenda for a Safe Canada, an invitation to attend a crime prevention public forum at the University of Waterloo, and an agenda for a meeting of the Working Together Against Hate Crimes committee. Additionally, contains a signed letter from Harold Albrecht, then Member of Parliament for the riding of Kitchener-Conestoga, regarding youth crime rates.

Telegdi, Andrew

Ashley Smith case.

Material accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to Ashley Smith, a teenager who died on October 19, 2007 while incarcerated at the Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener, Ontario. Records include an information sheet containing details about Ashely Smith’s case as well as a list of questions for Stockwell Day, then Member of Parliament and Minister of Public Safety, and Rob Nicholson, then Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada. The questions focus on Ashley Smith and the conditions of her confinement and death as well as the Canadian prison system. Additionally, the file includes a report containing copies of news articles from media outlets across Canada related to Ashley Smith. It is not known how or why Andrew Telegdi acquired these records.

Telegdi, Andrew

Report of Housing Needs: Federally Sentenced Women Grand Valley Institution Kitchener, Ontario and supplementary data.

A copy of a report titled, Report of Housing Needs: Federally Sentenced Women Grand Valley Institution Kitchener, Ontario prepared by Dr. Susan Arai, Dr. Alison Pedlar, and Dr. Susan Shaw. The report examines the housing needs of federally sentenced women following their release from Grand Valley Institution in Kitchener, Ontario. Also includes a copy of supplementary data to the report. It is not known how or why Andrew Telegdi acquired these reports.

Telegdi, Andrew

Minister of Foreign Affairs’ visit to Hungary and Poland.

Material created and accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament when he accompanied Peter Mackay, then Minister of Foreign Affairs, to Budapest, Hungary to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the Hungary Revolution and to participate in bilateral meetings in Warsaw, Poland between October 20-24, 2006. Records include invitations, programs, and correspondence such as a letter of welcome from Robert Hage, Canada's Ambassador to Hungary. Also includes tickets to events such as the Canada Salutes Hungary Gala in Budapest, Hungary, and a memorial publication published by the Hungarian Culture Centre Mindszenty Hall in Windsor, Ontario. In addition, the file contains a briefing book for Hungary and Poland as well as a presentation folder containing a program of events for celebrations in Hungary and other textual material.

Telegdi, Andrew

Visit of Andrew Telegdi to the Republic of Hungary on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the Fight for Freedom.

Material accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to Telegdi’s visit to the Republic of Hungary on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the Fight for Freedom. Telegdi visited Hungary between October 10-14, 2006. Records include invitations, programs, and briefing books containing itineraries, country profile sheets, press clippings, objectives, and information on the Parliament of Hungary and the chronology of parliamentary exchanges between Canada and Hungary. Also contains correspondence including a signed letter from Dénes Tomaj, Ambassador of the Republic of Hungary to Canada and three signed letters from Dr. Katalin Szili, Speaker of the National Assembly of Hungary.

Telegdi, Andrew

Memorial service program for Hilde English and related material.

A program for Hilde Maria English’s memorial service held on July 9, 2006 at the Centre for International Governance Innovation in Waterloo, Ontario. The program includes a list of participants and outlines the order of the service. The service included prayers, musical performances, and tributes. The Master of Ceremony was the Honourable Justice Patrick Flynn. Andrew Telegdi delivered a eulogy for Hilde English during the memorial service. The file also includes draft copies of Telegdi’s eulogy for Hilde English, handwritten notes, and related correspondence. Andrew Telegdi was close friends with Hilde English and her husband John English.

Telegdi, Andrew

Correspondence.

Correspondence sent and received by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament primarily from constituents related to various topics including the Kyoto Accord and private members bill such as Bill C-283 An Act to amend the Food and Drugs Act (food labelling), Bill C-257 An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code (replacement workers), and Bill C-14 An Act to amend the Canada Post Corporation Act. The file includes one signed letter from Karen Redman, Member of Parliament representing Kitchener, congratulating Telegdi on receiving a Legacy of Leaders Award for the City of Waterloo. Also includes a copy of The Cambodia Daily volume 36, issue 38. The publication featured an article about Telegdi and was sent to Telegdi from a constituent.

Telegdi, Andrew

Canadian-Hungarian relations.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament documenting his personal interest and political involvement in matters relating to Canadian-Hungarian relations. Material in this file is primarily related to the planning of events and activities across Canada commemorating the 1956 Hungarian Revolution such as conferences held by the University of Ottawa Institute for Canadian Studies and the University of Toronto, screenings of the film Freedom’s Fury and the CBC documentary The Fifty-Sixers, the opening of the NEW LIVES photographic exhibition curated by the National Arts Centre, and the development of a special stamp issued by Canada Post. Records include correspondence, invitations, brochures, press clippings, news releases, speaking notes, calendars, and other textual material. The file also contains programs for a state dinner in honour of His Excellency László Sólyom, then President of the Republic of Hungary, as well as a picture of Telegdi and Sólyom shaking hands during the event.

Moreover, the file includes a copy of a framework agreement between St. Jerome’s University in Waterloo, Ontario and Pázmány Péter Catholic University in Budapest, Hungary to develop co-operation between the two institutions in the fields of education and research.

Telegdi, Andrew

Forty-sixth anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Cyprus.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to celebrations commemorating forty-six years of independence for the Republic of Cyprus. Records include a formal congratulatory statement to the members of the Canadian Justice for Cyprus from Telegdi and an invitation to Telegdi from the Canadian Justice for Cyprus Committee (PSEKA Canada) for a dinner celebrating the anniversary in Scarborough, Ontario.

Telegdi, Andrew

Official opening of six housing projects under the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Program.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the official opening of six buildings in the Region of Waterloo that provided two hundred and forty-four units of affordable housing under the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Program. Andrew Telegdi attended this event and delivered a speech. Records include an invitation, event itinerary, a media advisory, a press release, speaking notes, and other textual material.

Telegdi, Andrew

Press conference.

A CD containing digital photographs of a press conference given by Andrew Telegdi and other members of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration regarding a report released by the committee titled, Citizenship Revocation: A Question of Due Process and Respecting Charter of Rights. Other members of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration present at the press conference included Diana Albonczy, Meilli Faille, and Bill Siksay. The press conference was held in Ottawa, Ontario. The photographs were taken by House of Commons Photography.

Telegdi, Andrew

Kaufman Lofts poster.

File consists of one poster advertising the Kaufman Lofts. The poster is double sided with two different advertisements.

Kaufman Family

Canada-United States Safe Third Country Agreement.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the Canada-United States Safe Third Country Agreement. The documents provide general information about the agreement. In addition, the material captures the concerns of some constituents and associations such as Sanctuary Coalition of Southern Ontario and Jesuit Refugee Service Canada regarding the provisions of the agreement. Records include correspondence, notes, and reports.

Telegdi, Andrew

Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Ontario. The material documents the general history of the centre and some funding opportunities and announcements for the Perimeter Institute in partnership with the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo. Records include correspondence, speaking notes, and handwritten notes.

Telegdi, Andrew

Citizenship legislation.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to efforts to amend citizenship legislation, particularly provisions related to the citizenship revocation process. Records include news releases, briefing notes, handwritten notes, and other textual material. Also includes correspondence sent and received by Telegdi including signed letters from fellow politicians such as Paul Martin and Joe Volpe. Additionally, the file contains records related to Telegdi’s role as a member of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration. Records include correspondence, reports, news releases, and material from committee trips to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; Fredericton, New Brunswick; Quebec City, Quebec; and Regina, Saskatchewan.

Telegdi, Andrew

Coast Salish News.

A copy of Coast Salish News, vol. 3, issue 12 published by the Coast Salish Employment & Training Society (CSETS). This issue includes articles regarding the CSETS mandate review, recently elected Chiefs within the South Vancouver Island Coast Salish territory, employment strategy, the First Step Youth Program, and other topics.

This issue also contains an article describing the swearing in ceremony for Andrew Telegdi held in Ottawa, Ontario following his appointment as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister with special emphasis on Aboriginal Affairs. The ceremony was attended by Qualicum Chief Kim Recalma-Clutesi and Kwagiulth Chief Adam Dick. During the ceremony, Kwagiulth Chief Adam Dick presented Telegdi with a hand-carved talking stick and Telegdi wore a traditional Chief’s vest originally worn by Chief Arnold P. (Buddy) Recalma.

Telegdi, Andrew

Correspondence.

Correspondence sent and received by Andrew Telegdi during his appointment as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister with special emphasis on Aboriginal Affairs. The correspondence documents a variety of topics including a meeting regarding Bowater Inc.’s investment in two First Nation joint venture sawmills in Thunder Bay, Ontario and Maniwaki, Quebec, the Perimeter Institute’s international summer school program for high school students and related efforts to enroll two students from Indigenous communities in Canada in the program, and more.

Telegdi, Andrew

Focus for Ethnic Women.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to Focus for Ethnic Women (FEW), an organization in the Waterloo Region that provides job training and skill development as well as counselling and information services for immigrant and visibly minority women. Records include handwritten notes, flyers and brochures outlining the organization’s mission and values, programs, and services as well as correspondence concerning the loss of work placements funded by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (now Employment and Social Development Canada). Also includes a copy of FEW’s newsletter, Focus on Focus!, vol. 3, issue 1 (summer-fall 2005).

Telegdi, Andrew

Inuit Kanatami.

A book titled, Inuit Kanatami published by Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami in 2003. The book includes sections related to Inuit historical perspectives, the Inuit Tapirisat of Canada, whaling, the fur trade, missionaries, government, community transportation, housing, health, education, economic development, Nunatsiavut, Inuvialuit, Nunavik, and Nunavut. In addition, the book provides a timeline and statistics from the 2001 Canadian Census on Inuit population. The book is written in Inuktitut Qaliujaaqpait, Inuktitut Syllabics, and English.

Telegdi, Andrew

Formal structure for specifying the content and quality of the electronic health record / H. Dominic Covvey, David Zitner, Daniel M. Berry, Donald D. Cowan, and Michael Shepherd.

A copy of an article titled, "Formal structure for specifying the content and quality of the electronic health record" by H. Dominic Covvey, David Zitner, Daniel M. Berry, Donald Cowan, and Michael Shepherd. This article was likely a conference paper presented at the 11th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering held in Monterey Bay, California between September 8-12, 2003.

Cowan, Donald D.

Crime prevention.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to crime prevention in the Waterloo region. Includes documents highlighting Telegdi's involvement with the Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council, correspondence between Telegdi and the National Crime Prevention Centre, and items related to a forum called, What Works: The Power of Prevention such as a program, itinerary, speaker bios, and summary sheets. Andrew Telegdi attended the forum as a guest speaker. The file also contains correspondence and a commemorative booklet celebrating the twenty-fifth Annual Justice Dinner of the Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council.

Telegdi, Andrew

Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the planning and presentation of the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal to recipients in the Kitchener-Waterloo area. Records include correspondence, a draft invitation, background information about recipients, ceremony and dinner programs, and other textual material. Also includes computer printed copies of pictures of some recipients receiving the medal during the presentation ceremony.

Telegdi, Andrew

Underemployment of immigrants and refugees in Canada.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the unemployment and underemployment of immigrants and refugees in Canada. Includes articles with background information and news releases announcing changes to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations impacting the selection process for skilled workers immigrating to Canada. Also contains material related to two forums held in Kitchener, Ontario in 2003 addressing the unemployment and underemployment of immigrants and refugees in the Kitchener-Waterloo area. Records include correspondence, an agenda, printed web articles and press clippings, an invitation, and other textual material.

Telegdi, Andrew

Tilman's bridge.

File consists of fifteen photographs with accompanying negatives of Tilman's bridge over the Nith River in Wellesley Township. The bridge and surrounding area are a location in Urquhart's novel "The Stone Carvers."

Urquhart, Jane

Liberal Party of Canada.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi as a member of the Liberal Party of Canada. Records include items related to the association's activities and events such as the 2003 Leadership and Biennial Convention held between November 12-15, 2003 in Toronto, Ontario and the 2009 Leadership and Biennial Convention held between April 30 to May 3, 2009 in Vancouver, British Columbia. In addition, the file contains items from the National Liberal Women's Caucus and Equal Voice, a multi-partisan organization dedicated to electing and supporting women at all levels of political office. Records include invitations, correspondence, certificates, agendas, forms, a 2015 election handout titled, Stand with Justin Trudeau for LGBTQ2 Rights, and other textual material.

Telegdi, Andrew

High technology industry.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the development of the high technology industry and infrastructure in Kitchener and Waterloo, Ontario. Records include correspondence and notes as well as invitations, agendas, programs, and other textual material created during the planning of Peter Harder and Allan Rock's separate visits to Waterloo in 2002. At the time, Peter Harder was Deputy Minister of Industry Canada and Allan Rock was Minister of Industry. Andrew Telegdi hosted both visits.

Telegdi, Andrew

Technology Partnerships Canada.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the Technology Partnerships Canada (TPC) program, specifically to project submissions and grants awarded to organizations in Kitchener-Waterloo. Records include correspondence regarding project applications, news releases, information sheets, notes, question and answer sheets, copies of formal statements delivered by Telegdi and a letter to the editor of the Ottawa Citizen written by Telegdi concerning loan repayments.

Telegdi, Andrew

Canada-Cyprus Friendship Group.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to his involvement with the Canada-Cyprus Friendship Group. Records include correspondence, an overview of the European Court of Human Rights ruling regarding the legal consequences of Turkey’s invasion and military presence in Cyprus, a resolution created by Canadian citizens in Montreal to mark the twenty-seventh anniversary of Turkish invasion in Cyprus, and related material. Also includes items related to an address of the President of the Republic of Cyprus at the United National General Assembly, and a news release regarding the presidential elections in Cyprus held on February 16, 2003.

Telegdi, Andrew

Programs to prevent and reduce homelessness in Canada.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to programs intended to prevent and reduce homelessness in Canada. Records include correspondence related to specific programs such as Out of the Cold, the Supporting Communities Partnership Initiative (SCPI), and the Government of Canada's Homelessness Initiative. Also includes a question and answer sheet about the Supporting Communities Partnership Initiative (SCPI), the Urban Aboriginal Strategy-Homelessness, Youth Employment Strategy, and the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program and Shelter Enhancement Program. In addition, the file contains an invitation to a community forum on homelessness that was held at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Waterloo, Ontario on September 12, 2001, and related material from that event.

Telegdi, Andrew

Post-secondary research and education funding.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to post-secondary research and education funding. The material documents efforts to secure additional funding for universities across Canada and specifically for the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University through scholarships, fellowships, donations, and the selection of Canada Research Chairs. Records include correspondence, news releases, an invitation, schedule, program, speaking notes, and other textual records.

Telegdi, Andrew

Nomination.

A flyer invitation for the Kitchener-Waterloo Nomination Night held at the Transylvania Club in Kitchener, Ontario on October 19, 2000. This event was held to nominate a candidate to represent the Liberal Party in the riding of Kitchener-Waterloo in the 2000 Canadian federal election. The speaker and special guest of the event was Shelia Copps, Member of Parliament representing Hamilton East and Minister of Canadian Heritage. The flyer features a picture of Andrew Telegdi on the front and a form for individuals to submit if they wanted to participate in Telegdi’s subsequent election campaign on the back.

Telegdi, Andrew

CTT [Canada's Technology Triangle] presentation cover and related materials.

A CD-ROM titled, "CTT pres. cover / 4, 25, 00." The CD-ROM contains a folder named "eps files" with the following documents: inside.eps 20,781 KB PostScript 2000-04-24; outside.eps 20,961 KB PostScript 2000-04024. In addition, the CD-ROM includes a folder named "fonts" with a subfolder named "helvetica" and three documents "A Helvetica Compressed" 0 KB 1995-02-13, "A Helvetica Condensed" 0 KB 1995-02-13, "A Helvetica Inserat" 0 KB 1995-02-13; as well as another folder "zaft din" and two documents "A Zapf Dingbats" 0 KB 1995-02-13, and "ZapfDin" 0 KB 1993-08-05. Moreover, the CD-ROM also contains a folder named "postcript (2 pages)" and two documents ctt.folder.final.pdf 51 KB Adobe Acrobat Document 2000-04-24, and cct.folder.final.ps 41,726 KB PostScrpt 2000-04-24. Additional digital files include: CTT Logo.eps 55 KB PostScript 1999-07-23; ctt.folder.final 244 KB FINAL file 2000-04-24; ctt.folder.final.report 3 KB REPORT File 2000-04-24; mPowered Logo.eps 145 KB PostScript 2000-04-24; and Screenshots.eps 20,566 KB PostScript 2000-04-24.

The file also includes a photocopy of a document (title page and one page article) titled, "Connect Ontario notice of intent" published by mPowered CCT. The document was submitted by the Economic Development in Canada's Technology Triangle (EDICTT), representing Canada's Technology Triangle (Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and the Region of Waterloo).

Cowan, Donald D.

Central West Kids Country Club press clippings.

Two press clippings featuring articles from the Kitchener-Waterloo Record detailing the building of the Central West Kids Country Club in Cambridge and Tom and Sylvia Land's donation. Tom and Sylvia Land donated a piece of land on Guelph Street in Hespeler, Ontario and an empty house at 61 Milton Avenue in Hespeler, Ontario to the Cambridge group Parents of Technologically Dependent Children.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Visit of John Manley to Kitchener-Waterloo.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his appointment as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration related to the planning of two scheduled visits for John Manley, Minister of Industry, to the Kitchener-Waterloo area. Records include correspondence and draft itineraries.

Telegdi, Andrew

Compensation for victims of contaminated blood supply.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the development of a victim compensation package for individuals who received contaminated blood in Canada during the 1970s and 1980s and later contracted either the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or hepatitis C virus. Records include press clippings, correspondence from constituents, and a formal statement released by Telegdi.

Telegdi, Andrew

Canada-Cyprus Friendship Group.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to his involvement with the Canada-Cyprus Friendship Group. Records include a list of members, correspondence, meeting notices and agendas, invitations, speech transcripts, and other material. Also includes copies of the Cyprus Bulletin published between February 24, 1998 and September 13, 1999 as well as copies of the Cyprus Embassy Newsletter published between March 1998 and October 2000.

Telegdi, Andrew

Schneider reunion at "Angies" St. Agatha.

Informal family group portrait at a Schneider family reunion with identifications:

Back row, left to right: Ray Shantz, Dan Schneider, Fred P. Schneider, Herb Schneider.

Middle row, left to right: Joan Shantz, Betty Lou French, Jane Schneider, Marion Woeller.

Front row, left to right: Steve Sittler, Betty Schneider, Pam Sittler, Pam Sittler's children, Jennifer Dowsett, Lynne Dowsett.

Schneider family

Thunder Bay, Ont.

Snapshots of people and landscapes taken in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The original envelope the photographs were stored in is included in the file as it identifies where and when the photographs were taken.

Ratz Family

Riding reports.

Riding reports created by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament that were distributed to constituents. Some reports provide a general overview of current political activities or events, while others address individual topics such as co-op housing, health care, job growth, the youth justice strategy, and the creation of Nunavut as a new territory in Canada. Includes two copies of a special millennium issue, one of which is signed by Jean Chrétien, Prime Minister of Canada.

Telegdi, Andrew

Potential closure of St. Mary’s General Hospital.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the potential closure of St. Mary’s General Hospital in Kitchener, Ontario. The material documents the opinions of a constituent as well as Telegdi’s political involvement in the matter. Records include correspondence and a copy of an article likely written by Telegdi.

Telegdi, Andrew

Projection Systems application photographs.

File consists of photographs, transparencies, and slides depicting Electrohome Projection Systems products and their applications in various corporations and organizations. Applications pictured include: CSX Transportation Control Center (Jacksonville, FL), Canadian Embassy (Tokyo, Japan), Rochester Gas and Electric (Rochester, NY), Thames River Water System (London, UK), National Bowling Stadium (Reno, NV), the Barcelona Stock Exchange (Spain), and others.

Electrohome

Miko, Gerry, February 12, 1996.

Contains one black and white photograph portrait of Gerry Miko. The back of the photograph is stamped by Gibson Photo, 107 Broadway Avenue, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Dare Foods Limited

K-W Civitan Club.

Contains a portrait of members of the K-W Civitan Club for the Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation 1996 annual report. Includes identifications on verso:
Left to right: John Askin (President) and Murray Grose (Treasurer).

Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

Quebec referendum of 1995.

Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the referendum on Quebec sovereignty held on October 30, 1995. The material documents the opinions of some constituents as well as Telegdi’s political involvement in the matter including his attendance at the Unity Rally in Montreal, Quebec on October 27, 1995, and his efforts to help constituents attend the rally. The file also contains a letter written by Telegdi in November 1995 likely sent to participants in the Unity Rally thanking them for their support. In addition, the material documents his participation on various committees promoting a united Canada following the referendum such as the United Canada Committee and the Commitment Canada Committee. Records include correspondence, press clippings, news releases, and other textual material.

Telegdi, Andrew

News releases.

News releases issued to the public regarding Andrew Telegdi's political activities during his tenure as a Member of Parliament. Includes releases announcing the official twinning of the cities of Waterloo, Ontario and Waterloo, Quebec, Telegdi’s flight travel expenses, and other issues.

Telegdi, Andrew

Restoration of 43 Schneider Ave.

An article written by Harold Russell titled, “Schantz Family History: Restoration of 43 Schneider Avenue, 1994.” The article outlines the history of the Schantz Russell family home located at 43 Schneider Avenue, Kitchener, Ont. and the restoration of the house completed by Harold Russell and his wife Lynne after they moved into the home in 1994.

Schantz Russell Family

CN [Canadian National Railway Company] land purchase proposal.

File consists of material relating to the purchase of land by Electrohome from the Canadian National Railway Company, Real Estate Management (Toronto, ON). Includes agreements, correspondence and memoranda (including e-mail print outs and faxes), ms. notes, photocopies of insurance certificates and cheques, and a notice of hearing (City of Kitchener). File also includes a Plan of Survey of Lot 33, Municipal Compiled Plan 763 in the City of Kitchener, Regional Municipality of Waterloo.

Electrohome

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