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Correspondence, notes, press releases, and memorandum regarding interviews, publicity, and media representation of the Human Rights Institute of Canada and the work of the Institute specifically in reference to Quebec as a disctinct society, bilingualism, Persons Case II, and the relocation of Inuit peoples to the high arctic in the 1950s.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as notes and memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as copies of newspaper clippings regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and proposals regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and notes regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and press releases regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum, copies of newspaper clippings, and submissions to the committee on Equality Rights regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and notes regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum, notes, and open letters regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum, event summaries, notes, and case goals of Persons Case II regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum, notes, press releases, and transcripts of telephone conversations regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum, notes, copies of newspaper clippings, and transcripts of telephone conversations regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and notes regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and notes regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and notes regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and an article written by ME Ritchie for Dialogue magazine regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and notes regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum, notes, and meeting summaries regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and notes regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum, notes, and copies of newspaper clippings regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum, notes, reports, copies of newspaper clippings, and press releases regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and notes regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and notes regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and notes regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as memorandum and copies of newspaper clippings regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

CHRONOLOGICAL LETTERS

Predominately outgoing correspondence as well as notes and copies of newspaper clippings regarding the activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the positions taken by the HRI on political and human rights issues, and communications with HRI members.

HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTE OF CANADA-CREDENTIALS

The Human Rights Institute of Canada - Credentials subseries contains 73 files discussing the administrative history and regulations of the Human Rights Institute of Canada and political opinions supported by the Institute on current events. Files are arranged by source or topic. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, memorandum, applications, by-laws of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, information packets, fact sheets, budgets, newsletters, test logo designs, pay scales and salary information, programmes, calendars, FAQs, newspaper clippings, photographs, minutes and proceedings from the House of Commons and joint committees of the House and Senate, submissions to government committees by the Human Rights Institute of Canada, questionnaires, speeches, programme schedules, press releases and promotional materials, general correspondence to all Human Rights Institute of Canada members, articles written by Marguerite Ritchie for Dialogue magazine, annual Board of Governors meeting documents and supporting documents for annual meetings, including audit reports, financial documents, and staff changes. The specific topics this subseries covers are Quebec separatism, the Charlottetown Accord, the Knowledge Project, activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the Human Rights Institute of the University of Ottawa and ensuing problems caused by the similar names, equal appointment of women to the Senate, women in the armed forces, Senate reform, the Meech Lake Accord, stalking legislation, abortion law, and the Nanoose Bay expropriation hearings. This subseries also contains materials relation to the Human Rights Institute of Canada administration, including incorporation, procedures and regulations, board members, researchers for the Human Rights Institute of Canada, logo design, fund raising, conference planning, volunteer coordinating, annual meetings, resource center, requests from individuals for help, examples of Human Rights Institute of Canada successes on specific cases, and positive changes the Institute influenced. Finally, this subseries also contains speeches given by Marguerite Ritchie at various public forums on bilingualism, the Meech Lake Accord, women’s rights, Persons Case II, the expropriation of Nanoose Bay, and immigration.

ALLIANCE FOR THE PRESERVATION OF ENGLISH CANADA

Correspondence, memorandum, copies of newspaper clippings, press releases, and promotional materials regarding events hosted by the Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada (APEC) supporting the work of ME Ritchie and the Human Rights Institute of Canada on the Meech Lake Accord, Persons Case II, and bilingualism.

VARIOUS

Memorandum, correspondence, promotional materials, programmes, newsletters, and transcripts regarding speeches by ME Ritchie and forums held by the Human Rights Institute of Canada on human rights, the Meech Lake Accord, and women's rights.

NEWS RELEASES

Press releases by the Human Rights Institute of Canada regarding information sessions and talks by ME Ritchie, information for the media on various political issues, and requests for volunteers and support for the HRI.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS

Meeting documents and supporting documentation from the Annual Board of Directors meeting and Executive meeting of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, including meeting minutes, meeting transcripts, membership lists, staff changes, audit reports, and activity reports.

HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTE OF CANADA-CREDENTIALS-CONTRACTS

The Human Rights Institute of Canada – Credentials - Contracts subseries contains 12 files discussing the Hamilton’s estate lawsuit and research the Human Rights Institute of Canada was hired to conduct. Files are arranged by topic and source. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, memorandum, notes, contracts, court documents, newspaper clippings, press releases, timesheets, legal research, briefs, reports, brochures, and draft conventions. The specific topics this subseries covers are the legal case surrounding the estate of Mary Hamilton and Thomas David Clark Hamilton, the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child, and research the Human Rights Institute of Canada was hired to conduct by the Law Reform Commission of Canada, the Advisory Council on the Status of Women in the Citizenship Act, and other consultations on women’s issues.

M. HAMILTON

Correspondence, memorandum, copies of newspaper clippings, and court documents regarding the Hamilton Family Trust from the estate of Mary Hamilton and her husband Thomas David Clark Hamilton.

CONSULTANT-MICHAEL FARRELL

Correspondence, memorandum, lists of Senators, and contract for services regarding research and volunteer projects organised by Michael Farrell for the Human Rights Institute of Canada on Persons Case II and Senate reform.

Courts

The Courts series consists of three subseries arranged by topic, based on supplied subject titles. Materials were created between 1949 and 2009. This series contains general information, research, and opinions on the professional conduct of lawyers, charges laid against lawyers, and Canadian bar association regulations. It also contains subseries detailing legal troubles and court cases facing Marguerite Ritchie’s brother Robert Ritchie and information on similar cases as well as legislation regarding custody and divorce. Two of Robert Ritchie’s legal cases were in family law, one over the custody of his children following his divorce, and the second over property division and investment mismanagement following a break up with his partner, Patricia Bishop. Mr. Ritchie ultimately lost custodial custody of his son despite his ex-wife breaking their custody agreement. Robert Ritchie also faced an ongoing legal battle over a product sold in his store called Perm-O-Seal after he was sued for patent/trademark infringement. This case was ultimately settled in Mr. Ritchie’s favour as the evidence was straightforward, however expensive court fees caused Mr. Ritchie financial trouble. Marguerite Ritchie felt that bias or baseless court cases were a serious problem within the legal profession.

FAMILY COURTS

Correspondence, notes, legal research, and court documents regarding the divorce, family court, and child custody case of ME Ritchie's brother, Robert H. Ritchie, and his wife Audrey Ritchie.

FAMILY COURTS

Correspondence, notes, legal research, and court documents regarding the divorce, finances, family court, and child custody case of ME Ritchie's brother, Robert H. Ritchie, and his wife Audrey Ritchie.

FAMILY COURTS

Correspondence, notes, legal research, memorandum, transcripts of telephone conversations, and court documents regarding the divorce, finances, family court, and child custody case of ME Ritchie's brother, Robert H. Ritchie, and his wife Audrey Ritchie.

FAMILY COURTS

Correspondence, notes, memorandum, legal research, and court documents regarding the divorce, finances, family court, and child custody case of ME Ritchie's brother, Robert H. Ritchie, and his wife Audrey Ritchie.

FAMILY COURTS

Correspondence, notes, legal research, memorandum, court documents, and transcripts of telephone conversations regarding the divorce, finances, family court, and child custody case of ME Ritchie's brother, Robert H. Ritchie, and his wife Audrey Ritchie.

FAMILY COURTS

Correspondence, affadavits, notes, memorandum, and court documents regarding a property dispute between ME Ritchie's brother, Robert H. Ritchie, and Patricia Bishop over a condominium.

FAMILY COURTS

Correspondence and financial records regarding a dispute between ME Ritchie's brother, Robert H. Ritchie, and Patricia Bishop over Patricia Bishop closing joint bank accounts.

FAMILY COURTS

Correspondence, affadavits, notes, memorandum, court documents and financial records regarding a property dispute between ME Ritchie's brother, Robert H. Ritchie, and Patricia Bishop over a condominium as well as financial investments.

THE FAILURE OF JUSTICE-DESTRUCTION OF FAMILY BUSINESSES IN CANADA

The Failure of Justice – Destruction of Family Businesses in Canada subseries contains six files discussing a law suit Marguerite Ritchie’s brother, Robert H. Ritchie, and father, Allan I. Ritchie, faced over trade mark registration. Files are arranged chronologically. This subseries includes a variety of document types including correspondence, memorandum, legal research, transcripts, and court documents. The Ritchie’s were sued over the trade mark registration for a product they sold called Perm-O-Seal. The years-long law suit forced them to stop using the product for the duration of legal proceedings. The case was settled in favour of the Ritchie’s, however the drawn out legal case damaged their business.

DESTRUCTION OF AN ESTABLISHED BUSINESS

Correspondence, memorandum, legal research, notes, invoices, contracts, purchase orders, and receipts regarding a trade mark registration for Perm-O-Seal and subsequent law suit involving ME Ritchie's brother, Robert H. Ritchie, and father, Allan I. Ritchie.

ROYAL COMMISSION ON ABORIGINAL PEOPLES-BENT GESTUR SIVERTZ

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and supporting documentation regarding aboriginal rights, the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, Northwest Territories' commissioner Bent Gestur Sivertz's experience with Inuit relocations, the move of Inuit families to the northern arctic in the 1950s, compensation for relocation, and arguments that claims of exile were exaggerated.

ROYAL COMMISSION ON ABORIGINAL PEOPLES-BENT GESTUR SIVERTZ

Correspondence, memorandum, newspaper clippings, and supporting documentation regarding aboriginal rights, the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, Northwest Territories' commissioner Bent Gestur Sivertz's experience with Inuit relocations, the move of Inuit families to the northern arctic in the 1950s, compensation for relocation, and arguments that claims of exile were exaggerated.

ROYAL COMMISSION ON ABORIGINAL PEOPLES-BENT GESTUR SIVERTZ

Correspondence, memorandum, and supporting documentation regarding aboriginal rights, the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, Northwest Territories' commissioner Bent Gestur Sivertz's experience with Inuit relocations, the move of Inuit families to the northern arctic in the 1950s, compensation for relocation, accuracy of journalism, and arguments that claims of exile were exaggerated.

ROYAL COMMISSION ON ABORIGINAL PEOPLES-CORRESPONDENCE

Correspondence, memorandum, notes, and supporting documentation regarding the practices of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal People, relocation of Inuit people in the 1950s, rights of aboriginal women, and accounts of Inuit relocations from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and other witnesses to the Royal Commission.

ROYAL COMMISSION ON ABORIGINAL PEOPLES-TRANSCRIPTS

"Submissions to the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples of Makivik and Inuit Tapirisat of Canada on Behalf of the Inuit Relocated to the High Arctic (Grise Fiord and Resolute Bay) in the 1950's by the Federal Government" and Transcripts of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, Volume 1, Ottawa, Ontario.

ROYAL COMMISSION ON ABORIGINAL PEOPLES-ONTARIO PRESS COUNCIL

Correspondence, memorandum, notes, copies of newspaper clippings, transcripts of telephone conversations, promotional material, and supporting documentation regarding a complaint made by the Human Rights Institute on behalf on Bent Gestur Sivertz to the Ontario Press Council over the representations of Mr. Sivertz's statements to the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples about the relocation of Inuit peoples in the 1950s.

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