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B.C. environmental associations

Series consists of records related to the two B.C. environmental associations founded by Derrick and Gwen Mallard: the Society for Promoting Environmental Conservation (S.P.E.C.), in Vancouver, 1968, and Citizens Association to Save the Environment (C.A.S.E.), in Victoria, 1972. Textual materials include administrative records, correspondence, financial records, meeting notes, newsletters and newsmagazines, pamphlets, reports, proposals, and applications.

Graphic materials

Series consists of black and white photographs, contact sheets, negatives and colour slides of actors, directors and productions; and posters advertising productions.

Issues

Series consists of records related to the Mallards’ activities with the Citizens Association to Save the Environment (C.A.S.E.), on the following environmental topics and issues: agriculture, air quality, aquaculture, bovine growth hormone (BGH), biotechnology, butterflies, climate change, energy, food and nutrition, gypsy moth, Heals Gun Range (noise control), health freedom and natural medicine, nitinol, pesticide, plant breeder’s rights, Saanich Inlet, sewage, Stockholm resolutions, sustainability and growth, transportation, war and resources, water, and west coast environmental law. Materials include correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, pamphlets and brochures, posters, newspaper clippings, handwritten notes, and photographs of events.

Marketing records

Series consists of records generated by the Bastion Theatre Company of British Columbia through the marketing and promotions of their productions and activities, arranged into five series: Campaign management, 1965-1988; Print media, 1971-1988; Programs, 1963-1988; Audio/visual media, 1978-88; and Posters and displays, 1982-1988. Included in this series are the records of the Marketing Committee, 1977-1988; brochures and other promotional ephemera; news releases and press clippings; scrapbooks; theatre programs; audio/visual recordings of radio advertisements, interviews, and theatre performances; and production posters.