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Accession Number: 05-1011


Ad Hoc Committee to Save Algonquin Park Information Bulletin. -- 1991-1992. -- 2 cm of textual records.

Biography / History

The Ad Hoc Committee to Save Algonquin Park was formed in response to the 1991 announcement by the Ontario Minister of Natural Resources that Algonquin Park would be opened to "unlimited recreational hunting and fishing and unlimited access by trucks, ATV's and snowmobiles to the over 1,000 members of the Golden Lake Indian band." (taken from Bulletin #1, June 15, 1991).

Custodial History

Items were in the custody of Scott Hayden before they were acquired by Trent University in 1993, via Janice Millard.

Scope and Content

This accession consists of bulletins dated 1991-1992 of the Ad Hoc Committee to Save Algonquin Park. Also included is a photocopy of the Bill, An Act to Establish the Algonquin National Park of Ontario, dated 1893.


Title based on the title of the bulletin.
These items were received from Janice Millard.
Restrictions: N
For related records see: 96-002, 98-004, and 01-014.