Friends of the Olive Devaud fonds. - - 2002. - - 6.5cm of textual records; 2 photos

The Friends of the Olive Devaud was formed as a result of the Provincial Government, Coastal Health Authority’s announcement that the Olive Devaud Home, a home for senior citizens, was to be closed due to the buildings inadequacies. With the closing of the facility the expectation was that families would look after their loved ones in the interim until the new private/public partnerships could build the buildings. The new buildings had not yet been tendered nor had the land been sold to any interested parties. The Friends of the Olive Deavaud was formed to fight this proposition as it was felt that this was not feasible. The organization became dormant after the government backed down from their proposal.

The fonds consists of records of the Friends of the Olive Devaud. Includes textual records of minutes, correspondence, recommendations,newsletter,provincial memos, newspaper clippings and photographs.

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Series:

1.
Minutes. - - 2002. - - 1cm of textual records

The series consists of minutes.

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2.
Correspondence. - - 2002. - - 1cm of textual records.

The series consists of correspondence to and from the Provincial Government and Cupe 798.

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Recommendations. - - 2002. - - 1cm of textual records

The series consists of recommendations to the families of the residents of the Olive Devaud.

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4.
Newsletter. - - 2002. - - .5 cm of textual records.

The series consists of a newsletter.

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Provincial memos. - - 2002. - - 1cm of textual records

The series consists of memos and handouts of the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority concerning staffing, budget deficits and reorganization.

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Newspaper Clippings. - - 2002. - - 2cm of textual records.

The series consists of newspaper articles about Olive Devaud and letters to the editor.

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Photographs. - - 2002. - - 2 photographs.