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9:8 Indian and Eskimo Residential School Commission - Reports. - 1933-1941

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Record Group
MSCC
Series
SERIES 9 PUBLICATIONS
Description Level
File
Fonds Number
008
Fonds
Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada (MSCC) fonds
Record Group
MSCC
Series
SERIES 9 PUBLICATIONS
Sub-series
Series 9:08 Indian and Eskimo Residential School Commission, [c.1903]-1941
Material Type
Textual record
Description Level
File
Scope and Content
No.1 - All Saints Indian & Eskimo Residential School, Aklavik, N.W.T., 1941
No.2 - Chooutla Indian Residential School, Carcross Yukon, 1935
No.3 - St. Barnabas Indian Residential School, Onion Lake Sask., 1935
No.4 - St. Cyprian Indian Residential School, (Peigan Reserve), Brocket AB, [c.1935]
No.5 - St. John's Indian Residential School, Chapleau, ON, 1939
No.6 - St. Philip's Indian & Eskimo Residential School, Fort George Quebec, 1937
No.7 - Sioux Lookout School, Sioux Lookout ON, [1940]
No.8 - St. Paul's Indian Residential School, (Blood Reserve), Cardston AB, [c.1935]
No.9 - Old Sun School (Blackfoot Reserve), Gleichen AB, [c.1935]
No.10 - St. Michael's School, Alert Bay BC, [before 1934]
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Accession Number
GS75-103
Box Number
131
File No
4
Subject
All Saints Indian and Eskimo Residential School (Aklavik, N.W.T.)
Chooutla Indian Residential School (Carcross, Yukon)
St. Barnabas Indian Residential School (Onion Lake, Sask.)
St. Cyprian's Indian Residential School, Peigan Reserve (Brocket, Alta.)
St. John's Indian Residential School (Chapleau, Ont.)
St. Philip's Indian and Eskimo Residential School (Fort George, Québec)
Pelican Lake Indian Residential School (Sioux Lookout, Ont.)
St. Paul's Indian Residential School Blood Reserve, (Cardston Alta.)
Old Sun Indian Residential School, Blackfoot Reserve (Gleichen, Alta.)
St. Michael's Indian Residential School (Alert Bay, B.C.)
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[Anglican Church Campaign to Increase Adoptions in Nova Scotia]

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Date
1967 June 19
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press Release
Date
1967 June 19
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press Release
Text
Halifax, Nova Scotia - Officials of the Department of Public Welfare have expressed thanks to the Anglican Church of Canada for its cooperation in a recent campaign to increase adoptions throughout the province.
There were 46 inquiries from married couples to the provincial coordinator for adoption services following the month-long campaign, according to a statement received by the church's social service department.
It is the first example of co-operation between the Anglican Church and provincial authorities in the adoption field. Church organized officials say they hope such a campaign might also be organized in other provinces.
Anglican clergy were asked by Rt. Rev. W.W. Davis, Bishop of the Diocese of Nova Scotia, to preach on adoption, or conduct a discussion in their churches and to circulate an adoption brochure produced by several denominations.
At present, 21 of the couples that made inquiries have completed or are in the process of completing their adoption.
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Subjects
Adoption - Law and legislation - Nova Scotia
Adoption - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
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