File consists of pamphlets or information sheets on The Sisterhood of St. John the Divine, Holy Cross Priory: Anglican Benedictine Community in Canada, Emmaus Community, The Society of Our Lady Saint Mary, The Worker Sisters and Brothers of The Holy Spirit, Franciscans, Contemplative Fire, The Community of the Sisters of the Church, The Jeremiah Community, The Oratory of the Good Shepherd, Order of the Holy Cross.
Also includes A Handbook of Guidelines (2009), newsletters for The Sisterhood of St. John the Divine (The Eagle), Holy Cross Priory: Anglican Benedictine Community in Canada (Holy Cross News), and The Community of the Sisters of the Church (CSC Newsletter).
Also includes a cd-rom entitled, American Friends of the Anglican Centre in Rome and a DVD entitled, Another Way: Anglican Religious Orders in North America.
File consists of survivor correspondence and reports on proposed resolutions to assisting survivors with plans for healing and reconciliation. File includes a report by Alvin Tolley titled Federal Rules of Engagement, The Governments war against survivors and the churches, June 2000. File also includes a letter from Garth Dymond regarding liability coverage by the churches, 2000.
File consists of correspondence with senior government officials by the General Secretary predominantly about the residential schools. File includes two letters written to Jean Cretien and Stephen Harper regarding indigenous matters. File also includes a copy of the 1949 Residential School Staff manual and two draft agreements for operation of the residential schools dated 1959 and 1961.
File consists of documents circulated to Diocese by Acting General Secretary, Dr. Eleanor Johnson during negotiations with Canada and the AFN and following the signing of the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement (IRSSA). File includes signatures of the representatives of the Anglican Entities.
File consists of account information for the sharing of legal costs between the Anglican, Presbyterian and United Church for the services Thomas, Gold, Pettingill for work on the National Administration Committee (NAC).