Peter Warren fonds

An Inventory of Peter Warren's Papers and Correspondence at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Inventory prepared by Jacqueline Nicholls, Andrea Paci, John Richthammer, Vladimira Zvonik
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, Manitoba
(2005)

Finding aid encoded by Vladimira Zvonik (September 2004)
Finding aid written in English.

Revision History

  • July 26, 2005 - Mss 87, TC 62 converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by v1to02.xsl (sy2003-10-15).

Table of Contents

Collection Summary

Biography of Peter Warren

Scope and Contents of the Papers

Organization of the Papers

Restrictions on Access

Restrictions on Use

Custodial History

Other Finding Aids

Detailed Description of the Collection

Mss 87, Correspondence, 1967-1992

TC 62, Audio-tapes, 1978-1991

Tc 62 (A.92-14), 1979-1992

Tc 62 (A.95-03), 1973-1994

Tc 62 (A.96-02), 1988-1995

A.96-97 (Mss 87), 1972-1996

A.97-79 (Mss 87), 1968-1997

A.98-23 (Mss 87), 1992-1998

Tc 62 (A.98-23), 1996-1998

A.98-59 (Mss 87), 1981-1998

Tc 62 (A.98-59) 1988-1998

A.00-32 (Mss 87), 1998-2000

A.01-12 (Mss 87) 2000-2001

A.02-01 (Mss 87) August 2001-September 2002

Tc 62 (A.02-1)

A.03-03 (Mss 87) January 2002 - July 6, 2003

TC 62 (A.03-03)

A.04-01 (Mss 87) November 22, 2002 - March 7, 2004

A.04-86 (Mss 87) February 28, 2004 - August 2, 2004

A.04-121 (Mss 87) 1994- November 21, 2004

TC 62 (A.04-121)


Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Elizabeth Dafoe Library, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2

Creator:
Peter Warren

Title:
Peter Warren fonds

Dates:
1967-2004

Quantity:
22.75 m of textual records and graphic material, 518 audio recordings (reel-to-reel and audio-cassettes), 2 VHS, 3 CD's, 3 mini-discs

MSS 87, TC 62 (A.92-14 to A.04-121)

Language
English.

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Biography of Peter Warren

Peter Warren was born in London, England 1941. He attended Reigate Grammar School, Dulwich College and Tooting and Mitcham School of Journalism. Warren started his career in 1956 with the Sports Reporting Agency Inc. He wrote for the Saint John, New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal in 1958, for the Boston Record , the Calgary Herald and the Hong Kong Star in 1966, and the Winnipeg Tribune in 1966. In 1968 he was made City Editor of the Winnipeg Tribune . Warren is best known in Winnipeg for his social action talk show on CJOB radio's "Action Line", that ran from 1971-1998. In 1999 he relocated to Victoria, British Columbia where he hosts a national radio program over CKNW.

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Scope and Contents of the Papers

The collection contains correspondence covering the years 1967 to 1990 including thousands of letters from politicians, prominent organizations, and private citizens about virtually every major social and political issue in Winnipeg history over a 25 years period. There are news reports and private responses to Warren regarding his radio program and his columns in the form of clipping files. Two court cases are included as are Warren's newspaper articles, which begin in 1957 and continue through to 1986. His Winnipeg Tribune and the Winnipeg Sun columns are complete collections with the exception of the early Tribune "showcase", 1966 and 1967. The collection also contains a large number of original tape recordings of Warren's interviews with noted Manitobans as aired on CJOB's "Where Are They Now" radio program for twenty years, research, subject files and correspondence (including e-mail) from listeners of Peter Warren's radio program, CJOB's "Action Line". The most recent accession consists of Warren's editorial comments for his National Radio show and letters from and occasionally to his listeners for the years 2000 to 2003. The fonds also contains research material sent to Warren to use on his show. Some correspondence dealing with Thomas Sophonow and Betty Granger will be of particular interest to Manitobans.

Biographical information and ID cards in Mss 87, box 76, folder 6 and A.97-79, box 5.

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Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into several accessions indicating the year and number of the accession.

  • Mss 87, 1967-92;
  • Tc 62, 1978-91;
  • Tc 62 (A.92-14), 1971-1992;
  • Tc 62 (A.95-02), 1973-1994;
  • Tc 62 (A.96-02), 1988-1995;
  • A.96-97 (Mss 87), 1972-1996;
  • A.97-79 (Mss 87), 1968-97;
  • A.98-23 (Mss 87), 1992-98;
  • Tc 62 (A.98-23), 1996-98;
  • A.98-59 (Mss 87), 1981-98;
  • Tc 62 (A.98-59), 1988-98;
  • A.00-32 (Mss 87), 1998-2000;
  • A.01-12 (Mss 87), 2000-2001;
  • Tc 62 (A.01-12), 2000-2001;
  • A.02-01 (Mss 87), 2001-2002;
  • Tc 62 (A.02-01);
  • A.03-03 (Mss 87), 2002-2003;
  • Tc 62 (A.03-03);
  • A.04-01 (Mss 87), 2002-2004;
  • A.04-86 (Mss 87), 2004;
  • A.04-121 (Mss 87), 1994 -November 2004

Separation Statement

Audio recordings were separated from the manuscript collection Mss 87 and relocated in the tape collection TC 62

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Restrictions on Access

There are no restrictions on access for this collection.

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Restrictions on Use

There are no restrictions on use for this collection

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Custodial History

Donated by Peter Warren in several installments beginning 1987.

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Other Finding Aids

Accessions: 2005-2006

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Mss 87, Correspondence, 1967-1992
BoxFolder
11 Incoming, 1967-1969
2 Incoming, A-Z, [ 1971 ]
3 Outgoing, A-Z, [ 1971 ]
4 Incoming, A-L, [ 1972, 1973 ]
5 Incoming, M-Z, [ 1973 ]
6 Outgoing, A-Z, [ 1972-73 ]
7 Thank-you's, 1970-73
8-11 Incoming, A-Cz, 1974
BoxFolder
21-7 Incoming, D-J, 1974
BoxFolder
31-6 Incoming, K-P, 1974
BoxFolder
41-6 Incoming, Q-Z, 1974
BoxFolder
51-2 Unidentified, pt.1-2, 1974
3-6 Outgoing, A-R, 1974
BoxFolder
61 Outgoing, S-Z, 1974
2-6 Incoming, A-Cz, 1975
BoxFolder
71-6 Incoming, D-Hu, 1975
BoxFolder
81-5 Incoming, I-Ma, 1975
BoxFolder
91-7 Incoming, Me-Sn, 1975
BoxFolder
101-5 Incoming, So-Z, 1975
6-7 Unidentified, pt. 1-2, 1975
BoxFolder
111-7 Outgoing, A-P, 1975
BoxFolder
121-3 Outgoing, Q-Z, 1975
4-7 Incoming, A-C, 1976
BoxFolder
131 Incoming, D, 1976
2-5 Incoming, E-H 1976
BoxFolder
141-6 Incoming, I-Me, 1976
BoxFolder
151-5 Incoming, Me-Si, 1976
BoxFolder
161-5 Incoming, Si-Z, 1976
6-7 Unidentified, pt.1 (dated); pt.2 (undated)
BoxFolder
171-7 Outgoing, A-S, 1976
BoxFolder
181 Outgoing, T-Z, 1976
2 Thank-you's, 1974-76
3-6 Incoming, A-C, 1977
BoxFolder
191-7 Incoming, D-J, 1977
BoxFolder
201-5 Incoming, K-O, 1977
BoxFolder
211-5 Incoming, P-Sz, 1977
BoxFolder
221-3 Incoming, T-Z, 1977
4-5 Unidentified, pt. 1 (dated); pt. 2 (undated), 1977
6-7 Outgoing, A-P, 1977
BoxFolder
231 Outgoing, Q-Z, 1977
2-6 Incoming, A-Cz, 1978
BoxFolder
241-6 Incoming, D-J, 1978
BoxFolder
251-6 Incoming, K-O, 1978
BoxFolder
261-6 Incoming, P-T, 1978
BoxFolder
271-2 Incoming, U-Z, 1978
3-4 Unidentified, pt.1 (dated); pt. 2 (undated) 1978
5-7 Outgoing, A-Z, 1978
BoxFolder
281-7 Incoming, A-F, 1979
BoxFolder
291-6 Incoming, G-Mc, 1979
BoxFolder
301-6 Incoming, M-Si, 1979
BoxFolder
311-4 Incoming, Si-Z, 1979
5 Unidentified, 1979
6 Outgoing, A-G, 1979
BoxFolder
321-2 Outgoing, H-Z, 1979
3-6 Incoming, A-D, 1980
BoxFolder
331-8 Incoming, E-Mc, 1980
BoxFolder
341-6 Incoming, M-Sz 1980
BoxFolder
351-4 Incoming, T-Z, 1980
5 Unidentified
6-9 Outgoing, A-Z, 1980
BoxFolder
361-6 Incoming, A-G, 1981
BoxFolder
371-8 Incoming, H-P, 1981
BoxFolder
381-5 Incoming, Q-Z, 1981
6 Unidentified, 1981
7-8 Outgoing, A-N, 1981
BoxFolder
391 Outgoing, O-Z, 1981
2-7 Incoming, A-G, 1982
BoxFolder
401-7 Incoming, H-P, 1982
BoxFolder
411-4 Incoming, R-Z, 1982
5 Unidentified, 1982
6-8 Outgoing, A-Z, 1982
BoxFolder
421-7 Incoming, A-L 1983
BoxFolder
431-7 Incoming, Mc-Z, 1983
BoxFolder
441-3 Outgoing, A-Z, 1983
4 Incoming & Outgoing, 1984
5 Incoming & Outgoin, 1985
6 Thank you's, 1984-1985
7 Incoming & Outgoing, 1986
8 Incoming, A-L, 1987
BoxFolder
451 Incoming, M-Z, 1987
2 Outgoing, A-Z, 1987
3-6 Incoming, A-J 1988
BoxFolder
461-6 Incoming, K-V, 1988
BoxFolder
471 Incoming, W-Z, 1988
2 Incoming, unidentified, 1988
3-4 Outgoing, A-Z, 1988
5-8 Incoming, A-D, 1989
BoxFolder
481-7 Incoming, E-Q, 1989
BoxFolder
491-3 Incoming, R-Z, 1989
4 Incoming, unidentified, 1989
5-6 Outgoing, A-Z, 1989
BoxFolder
501-5 Incoming, A-L, 1990
BoxFolder
511-5 Incoming, Mc-V, 1990
BoxFolder
521 Incoming, W-Z, 1990
2 Incoming, unidentified, 1990
3 Outgoing, A-Z, 1990
4-6 Incoming, A-E, 1991
BoxFolder
531-6 Incoming, F-S, 1991
BoxFolder
541-2 Incoming, T-Z, 1991
3 Incoming, unidentified, 1991
4 Outgoing, A-z, 1991
5-7 Incoming, A-H, 1992
BoxFolder
551-5 Incoming, I-Z, 1992
6 Incoming, unidentified, 1992
7 Outgoing, A-Z, 1992
BoxFolder
561-3 "Crank" mail
Editorial Comments
BoxFolder
564-6 1974
BoxFolder
571-5 1975
BoxFolder
581-2 1975
3-6 1976
BoxFolder
591-6 1977
BoxFolder
601-4 1978
5-6 1979
BoxFolder
611-3 1979
4-6 1980
BoxFolder
621-3 1981
4-6 1982
7 1983
BoxFolder
631-2 1983
3 1984
4 1987
5-8 1988
BoxFolder
641-4 1989
5-6 1990
BoxFolder
651 1990
2-4 1991
5 1992
BoxFolder
661 1992
BoxFolder
"Action-Line" Weekly Reports
BoxFolder
662 1975
3 1976
4 1977
5-6 1978
7 1979
BoxFolder
671 1979
2-3 1980
4-5 1981
6 1982
7 1983
BoxFolder
681 1988
2 1989
3-4 1990
5 1991
BoxFolder
News Clips Suggested from the "Action-Line"
BoxFolder
686-7 1988
BoxFolder
691-2 1989
3-4 1990
5 Miscellaneous "Action-Line" copy
BoxFolder
Newspaper Columns
BoxFolder
701 Bound, 1957-1960
2 The Telegraph-Journal, New Brunswick, 1961-62
3-4 The Calgary Herald, August 20, 1962-December 1964
5 The Star, Hong Kong, March-April, 1965
6 The Winnipeg Tribune - "Showcase", 1966-67
BoxFolder
711-5 The Winnipeg Tribune - "Spotlight", September 1970-February 1980
6-11 Seniors Today, 1987-1992
BoxFolder
721-5 Winnipeg Sun, 1980-1985
BoxFolder
731-5 Winnipeg Sun, 1986-90
BoxFolder
741-2 Winnipeg Sun, 1991-92
3-7 Syndicated Manitoba Weeklies, 1978-86
BoxFolder
751-6 Syndicated Manitoba Weeklies, 1987-92
7 Miscellaneous articles, 1962-1982
8 Miscellaneous column transcripts
9 News-clips re: Warren and "Action-Line"
BoxFolder
761 Letters to the Editor re: Warren, 1975-86
BoxFolder
Miscellaneous Subject Files
BoxFolder
762 Archer, Dorothy
3 Auto Prices
4 Autopsies
5 Bigotry & Discrimination
6 Biography/Peter Warren, CJOB
7 CPR vs. CJOB/Wolfe
8 Cole, William
9 Court Case, French ,clippings, 1983
10 Court Case, Native, clippings, 1983-85
11 CRTC, complaints filed against Peter Warren
12 Davids, Nancy
13 Dialog Canada
14 Drugs in Hospitals/Nursing Homes
15 Federal Election, July 8, 1974
16 Freedom of Information requests
17 Friesen
BoxFolder
771 George (George Antonio Cottielli)
2 Hudson, Richard Kenneth vs. Peter Warren et al.
3 Indian Court Case wrap-up
4 Indian File, special
5 Information Banks
6 Judges, Provincial
7 K.K.K.
8 Kerley, Cameron
9 Labour
10 Legal letters and memos
11 Lilly lawsuit
12 Linklater and Chief Louis Stevenson, Peguis Band Council, and the Peguis Band of Indians vs. The Winnipeg Sun, Tom Denton, Groupe Quebecor Inc. and Peter Warren
BoxFolder
781 Maguire, Brian
2 Marxist-Leninist
3 Metro One
4 Mock Trials
5 Nicol, Charles
6 Peter Palaschuk, 1988
7 Peters, John, 1981
8 Procter & Gamble
9 The Queen of Queen Street/Bertha Rand
10 School Problems, 1981
11 Selkirk Enterprise
12 Small (contractor court case, 1982)
13 Syms & Pawley, 1979
14 Syms & Warren, legal documents, 1975-76
15 Telephone, 1979
16 U.I.C., 1981-82
17 University of Manitoba Discovery Hour
BoxFolder
791 War Criminals
2 Warren Story, 1979
3 "Where Are They Now?"
4 Wills, 1981
5 Wilson, Bob
BoxFolder
Internal Memos
BoxFolder
796 undated
7 1974
8 1975
9 1976
10 1977
11 1978
12 1979
13 1980
14 1981-82
15 1983-84
16 1988-89
17 Miscellaneous, Warren

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TC 62, Audio-tapes, 1978-1991

The collection contains ca. 125 taped interviews conducted by Warren with politicians, representatives of organizations, and citizens about major social and political issues in Winnipeg, 1978-1991 for his CJOB talk show "Where are they now." Material is related to Peter Warren's manuscript collection.

BoxFolder
1Tape no.1

  • George Blow - ex-Police Chief, January 8, 1978
  • Doug Campbell - former Lib. Premier, January 15, 1978
  • Charlie Mazzoni - former Restaurant owner, January 22, 1978
  • Walter Weir - former Premier, January 29, 1978

no.2

  • Mo Simovitch - former Blue Bomber, February 5, 1978
  • Ed Emil - musician, February 12, 1978
  • Abe Collings - former MHL Hockey, February 19, 1978
  • Victor Murray - Tribune columnist, February 26, 1978
  • Dr. W.C. Lockhart - former Dean U of W, March 5, 1978

no.3

  • Peter Currie - head of Power Corp., March 12, 1978
  • Harold Hunter - Recorder Winnipeg Symphony, March 19, 1978
  • Wally Hergasheimer - former NHL star, March 26, 1978
  • Harvey Sinder - gambler, April 2, 1978
  • Bob Taft - former police chief, April 9, 1978

no.4

  • Les Garside - broadcaster, April 16, 1978
  • Inez Truman - former MLA, April 23, 1978
  • Percy Burdette - musician, April 30, 1978
  • Ev Dutton - newscaster, May 7, 1978

no.5

  • Ed Russenholt - former weather man, May 14, 1978
  • Alex Turk - wrestling promoter, May 21, 1978
  • Dick Wankling - former mayor of Ft. Garry, May 28, 1978

no.6

  • Sugar Jim Henry - former Boston goalie, June 4, 1978
  • Len Cariou - actor, June 11, 1978
  • Bryan Hextal - former NY Ranger, June 18, 1978

no.7

  • Ernie Pope - detective, June 25, 1978
  • Don Jonas - Blue Bomber, July 2, 1978
  • George Sharpe - former Mayor of Winnipeg, July 2, 1978

no.8

  • Joan Druxman - Tribune columnist, July 16, 1978
  • Ralph Misner - Pres. Blue Bombers, July 23, 1978
  • Gordon Pinsent - actor, July 30, 1978
  • Ross Munroe - former Publisher Tribune, August 6, 1978

no.9

  • Claudia McPherson - swam the channel & Lake Winnipeg, August 13, 1978
  • Jim Skinner - Skinner's Drive Inn, August 20, 1978
  • Len Stone - Winnipeg Symphony, August 27, 1978

Tape no.9 missing

no.10

  • Gord Hunter - former Tribune cartoonist, September 3, 1978
  • Lou Adelman - ex-Blue Bomber, September 10, 1978
  • Herb Britten - entertainer, September 17, 1978
  • Rosalee Van Stolton - worked for Queen, September 24, 1978

no.11

  • Charlie Tyndall - ticket taker at Portage & Main, October 1, 1978
  • Rev. L. Henderson - former Mayor of Portage la Prairie, October 8, 1978
  • R.W. Friends - WWII hero, October 15, 1978

no.12

  • Bob Noble - Free Press reporter, October 22, 1978
  • Joe Zaleski - former Blue Bomber, October 29, 1978
  • Donovan Swails - former City Councilor, November 5, 1978
  • Alf Pike - NHL player, November 12, 1978

no.13

  • Jack Armstrong - Imperial Oil President, November 19, 1978
  • Kip McFaden - football player, November 26, 1978

no.14

  • Phil Halls - Y.M.C.A., December 3, 1978
  • Les Rutherford - former Tribune Court Reporter, December 10, 1978

BoxFolder
2Tape no.1

  • Lloyd Jones - former Eaton's Santa Claus, December 24, 1978
  • Wendy Watson - 1954 New Year's Baby, December 31, 1978
  • Dr. Tom Casey - ex-Blue Bomber, January 7, 1979
  • Hugh Penwarden, January 14, 1979

no.2

  • Harry Munro, January 21, 1979
  • Chuck Cook - former radio announcer, January 28, 1979
  • Kathy Leitch - Swam across Lake Winnipeg, February 4, 1979
  • George Waight - banker, beer & skits actor, February 11, 1979

no.3

  • Theo Dubois, February 18, 1979
  • Harry Martin - former band leader, February 25, 1979
  • Andy Hall - former Bomber, March 4, 1979
  • Jock Tod - WWII hero, March 11, 1979

no.4

  • M. Roytenberg - President Cdn. Egg Marketing Board, March 18, 1979
  • Norm Daudin - former Winnipeg Jet, March 25, 1979
  • William Barton - Diplomat, April 1, 1979

no.5

  • Wally Pitblado - financial investor, April 8, 1979
  • Wally Hutchinson - former band leader, April 15, 1979
  • Rocky Addison - boxer, April 22, 1979
  • Roy Mikulan - former hockey player, April 29, 1979

no.6

  • Bert Harp - CBC Gardening Show, May 13, 1979
  • Mel McMullen - travel and Convention Assoc., May 20, 1979
  • Betty Zimmerman - CBC producer, May 27, 1979

no.7

  • Tom Watson - China collector, June 3, 1979
  • Bert Delbridge - Hong Kong vet, June 10, 1979
  • George Swanton - former bell hop at Marl. Hotel, June 24, 1979
  • John Hirsch - theatrical producer, July 1, 1979

no.8

  • Archie Orlikow - pharmacist, July 8, 1979
  • Bill Seler - former entertainer, July 15, 1979
  • Don Avery - History Prof-Western Ontario, July 22, 1979
  • George LaFleche - singer, July 29, 1979

no.9

  • Eric Wild - music director, August 5, 1979
  • Steve Trojeck - boxer-Hall of Fame, August 12, 1979
  • Victoria Kereluk - former WSO musician, August 19, 1979
  • Stu Davis - entertainer, August 26, 1979

no.10

  • Pat Glowe - CP Air executive, September 2, 1979
  • Bruce Watson - former Tribune photographer, September 9, 1979
  • Charles Rayner - former N.Y. Ranger, September 16, 1979
  • Joan Sneesby - Eaton's & flower shop owner, September 23, 1979

no.11

  • Cliff Rosborough - football official, September 30, 1979
  • Harry Oliver - former hockey player, October 7, 1979
  • Herb Roberts - former CBC, Regina & Winnipeg, October 14, 1979

no.12

  • Art Berglund - former Olympic trainer, October 21, 1979
  • Joe Doig, October 28, 1979
  • Jan. Adams - Tribune copy boy, November 11, 1979
  • Ted Carter, November 11, 1979

no.13

  • R. McDowell - RCMP, November 18, 1979
  • Joch Willis - ran for mayor, November 25, 1979
  • Diana McIntosh - musician, December 2, 1979

no.14

  • L. Horn, December 9, 1979
  • R. Erwin, December 17, 1979
  • Doug McLaughlan - caretaker, York Factory, December 23, 1979
  • Bruce Isbister, December 30, 1979

BoxFolder
3Tape no.1

  • Ed Evanko - singer, January 6, 1980
  • Jim Mills - MTS ex-Chairman, January 13, 1980
  • Edna McIvor - Stony Mountain Volunteer, January 27, 1980
  • Art Woodfield - musician, January 27, 1980

no.2

  • Jack Perrin - Fort Garry hotel owner, February 3, 1980
  • H. Sakata (?) - wrestler, movie actor, February 10, 1980

no.3

  • Pastor Eger - radio preacher, February 17, 1980
  • Justice Robert Guy (Doc) - Queen's Bench, February 24, 1980
  • Gerry St. Germaine, March 2, 1980
  • Bob Hamerton - Olympic swimmer, March 9, 1980
  • Hunky Bill - Vacouver perogy maker, March 16, 1980

no.4

  • Norm Ross, March 23, 1980
  • Ed Cass - community worker, March 30, 1980
  • Marjorie Francis, April 6, 1980

no.5

  • Svien Sigvullson - speedskater/runner, April 13, 1980
  • Vera McAlpine, April 20, 1980
  • Frank Epp, April 27, 1980
  • Heidi Quiring (?) - Miss Canada, May 4, 1980

no.6

  • Jim Keilback - sports, May 11, 1980
  • Bill Hurst - city engineer, May 18, 1980
  • Ben Hatskin - sports, June 1, 1980
  • Dr. Gertrude Laing, June 8, 1980

no.7

  • Russ Paulley - politics, former leader NDP, June 22, 1980
  • Agatha Kroeger, June 29, 1980
  • Sam Melmed, July 6, 1980
  • Jim Ball, July 13, 1980

no.8

  • Bill Shade - bus driver, July 20, 1980
  • Mary Lou Ozo-Chan, July 27, 1980
  • Les Kristjanson, August 3, 1980
  • George Barone, August, 1980

no.9

  • Lynne Carol, August 17, 1980
  • Ollie Hyndik - golfer, curler, etc., August 24, 1980
  • Benji Dial, August 31, 1980
  • Charlie Hunt (?), September 7, 1980

no.10

  • Whity Carlson - basketball, September 14, 1980
  • Bud Korchak - former Blue Bomber, September 21, 1980
  • Muriel O'Neill, September 28, 1980
  • Eve Henderson, October 12,

no.11

  • Ed Ullmer - former bomber, October 12, 1980
  • Benny Logan, October 19, 1980
  • Winnie Wassell -radio show phone - in caller, October 26, 1980
  • Dick Buckingham - former Hamilton Ti-Cat, November 2, 1980

no.12

  • Rear Ad. G. Brock, November 9, 1980
  • Fred Penner, November 16, 1980
  • John Ruse - ran confectionary store for 20 yrs., November 23, 1980
  • Peggy Casselman - sportswoman, November 30, 1980

no.13

  • Abe McDonald - former Jet, December 7, 1980
  • Percy Downton - Winnipeg Arena manager, December 14, 1980
  • Ida Rainville, December 21, 1980
  • Dorthi Dunsmore, December 28, 1980

BoxFolder
4no.1

  • Vic Linquist, referee/junior hockey star, January 4, 1981
  • Stan Pepler, January 11, 1981
  • Don Cutler, January 18, 1981
  • Alec Conklin/Cindler (?), January 15, 1981

no.2

  • Ernie Philpot, February 1, 1981
  • Ray Isley - CJOB all-night show, February 15, 1981
  • Arden Conklin, February 15, 1981
  • Bertha Rishke (?), February 22, 1981

no.3

  • Betty Jane Wylie - author, March 1, 1981
  • Don Rowland, March 8, 1981
  • W. McGarva, March 15, 1981
  • P. Langelle, March 22, 1981

no.4

  • Len Stevens, March 29, 1981
  • Andy Mulligan, April 5, 1981
  • Paul Scheffer - boxer, April 12, 1981
  • CBC (J. Chafe?), April 19, 1981
  • Obie Baizley - former politician, April 26, 1981

no.5

  • Bill Budd - sports, May 3, 1981
  • Jan Vicary - baseball, May 10, 1981
  • Ab Gowenlock - curler, May 17, 1981
  • Jerry James - former Blue bomber, May 24, 1981

no.6

  • William Johnson, May 31, 1981
  • Danny Stack - sports/basketball, June 7, 1981
  • Dr. J. Wiebe, June 14, 1981
  • Howard Lnagdale - CJOB Morning Show, june 21, 1981

BoxFolder
3no.7

  • Rudy Pillous - Manager, Winnipeg Jets, June 28, 1981
  • Lil B. Ellis, July 5, 1981
  • Grant Churcher, July 12, 1981
  • Danny Johnson - Capt. Winnipeg Jets, July 19, 1981

BoxFolder
4no.8

  • Ron Oakes - sports announcer, July 26, 1981
  • Dr. Al Simmons - Jets, August 2, 1981
  • Bill Girling - CTV, August 9, 1981
  • Ralph Garry - former entertainer, Winnipeg, August 16, 1981

no.9

  • George Balcon (?) announcer; CKY, August 23, 1981
  • Augie Shellenberg, august 30, 1981
  • Lillian Gibbons - writer/formerly Tribune, September 6, 1981
  • Sandy Slator, September 13, 1981

no.10

  • Bill Burgess, September 13, 1981
  • Dick Holland, September 27, 1981
  • Percy Keeley, October 4, 1981
  • Mrs. D. Allen, October 11, 1981

no.11

  • Paul Dojacek - Publisher, October 18, 1981
  • Harold Plant - Pres. Pepsi Co., October 25, 1981
  • Isabel Inkster, November 1, 1981
  • Clare Marcus, November 8, 1981

no.12

  • C. Allen - school teacher, November 15, 1981
  • Mart Kenny - musician, November 22, 1981
  • Al Sparks - boxer, November 29, 1981

no.13

  • Fraser MacPherson, December 6, 1981
  • A. Blumm, December 13, 1981
  • Jim Comach - Santa, December 20, 1981
  • Gus Bohunicky, December 27, 1981

BoxFolder
5no.1

  • Mike Lewis - former musician, January 3, 1982
  • Rene Chartier - former exec. to Schreyer, January 10, 1982
  • Rene Toupin - former health minister, January 17, 1982
  • D. Hammerman, January 24, 1982

no.2

  • Klaus Fuerniss - ex-manager convention Centre, January 31, 1982
  • Vic Nerenberg - former CJOB Newsman, February 7, 1982
  • Michael Grieve - former Tribune Newsman, February 14, 1982
  • Norm Stewart - former Police Chief, February 21,1982

no.3

  • W.T. "Dolly" Gray - ex-hockey player, February 28, 1982
  • Earl (Curly) Ryser - para-psychologist, March 14, 1982
  • Don Raleigh - former NHL/New York Rangers, March 14, 1982
  • Bernie Wolfe - former City councilor, March 21, 1982

no.4

  • Roy Parkhill - former City Councilor, March 28, 1982
  • Harry Franklin - weekly newspaper publisher, April 4, 1982
  • Hattie Lawson - former matron of 3 hospitals, April 11, 1982
  • Verna Gray - Mother of Year-Dauphin, April 18, 1982

no.5

  • Jean Allard - former MLA, April 25, 1982
  • Burt Duncanson, May 2, 1982
  • Phillip Shane - early pharmacist, May 16, 1982

no.6

  • Paul Grosney - former Winnipeg musician, May 23, 1982
  • Dr. Leo Yaffey - McGill prof/nuclear chemist, May 30, 1982
  • Nick Zalozetsky - involved in 1919 strike, June 13, 1982
  • Lynn MacFarlane - stock broker in Victoria, June 13, 1982

no.7

  • Cec Luning - Selkirk dairyman/former Bomber, June 20, 1982
  • Mary Liz Bayer - formerly with prov. govt. (Vancouver), June 28, 1982
  • Mickey Shane - former boxing promoter/gambler, July 4, 1982
  • Rev. Maurice McLuhan - Winnipeg churchman (Oakville, On), July 11, 1982

no.8

  • George Chapman - former race-car driver, July 18, 1982
  • Jane Heffelfinger - former Winnipeg pol. circles (Vancouver), July 25, 1982
  • Les Tarr - active in Baptist Church (Toronto), August 1, 1982
  • Cornell Piper - former Blue Bomber, August 8, 1982

no.9

  • Pat Piper - well-know golfer, August 15, 1982
  • Dr. Tan - U.S. Navy doctor (Los Angeles), August 22, 1982
  • Sam Sigesmund - former Tribune circ. Manager, August 29, 1982

no.10

  • Rev. Mark Bontaine - stationed in India, September 12, 1982
  • Bill Brace - former RCMP officer, September 19, 1982
  • Frank Syms - Press Sec. to Gov. Gen. Schreyer (Ottawa), September 1982
  • Dorores MacFarlane - CBC Executive (Regina), October 3, 1982

no.11

  • Brian W. Pritchard - Childrens' books author, October 10, 1982
  • Murray Atherton - former Manager Marlborough (Vancouver), October 17, 1982
  • Norm Rauhaus - former Blue bomber, October 24, 1982
  • Erick Vogh - Triumf Labs, BC. form, Steinbach, October 31, 1982

no.12

  • Roma Konyk - former Romper Room/CKY-TV, november 7, 1982
  • Scott Young - sports writer and author (Toronto), November 14, 1982
  • Bill Valgardson - author (Victoria), November 21, 1982
  • Greg Leskiw - formerly with Guess Who, November 28, 1982

no.13

  • John Hansen - early Xmas Cheer Board, December 5, 1982
  • Caroline Mardon - journalist and actress (Toronto), December 12, 1982
  • Lois Pinfold - Christmas Cheer Head, december 19, 1982
  • Prof. David Bellhouse - U of Western Ontario (London, ON), December 26, 1982

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  • Laurie Cohen - sportsman/running (Florida), January 2, 1983
  • L.A. Sandiman - landscape painter (Brandon), January 9, 1983
  • Allan Novak - stage producer (Toronto), January 16, 1983
  • Evelyn Moroz - former baseball player, January 23, 1983

no.2

  • Eddie Mazur - ex-hockey player/hotel owner, January 30, 1983
  • Huntley Cameron - musical promoter & singer (Montreal), February 6, 1983
  • Auby Galpren - former restaurateur, February 13, 1983
  • Glen Gary Martin - author (Montreal), February 20, 1983

no.3

  • Carla Singer - V.P. CBS Entertainment, February 27, 1983
  • Ken Mills - former policeman, March 6, 1983
  • Dr. Jim McPherson - former Blue Bomber (Mayo Clinic), March 13, 1983
  • Doug McKeag - actor (Toronto), March 20, 1983

no.4

  • Sherman Snukle - entertainer (Vancouver), March 27, 1983
  • Serena Richardson - dancer (Los Angeles), April 3, 1983
  • Dr. John S. Bunnell - 1st Presbyt. (New York), April 10, 1983
  • Pat Armstrong - summer theatre producer (BC), April 17, 1983

no.5

  • Dan Motkyn - Gulf Oil V.P. (Calgary), April 24, 1983
  • Edna Salamon - feature writer (London, UK), May 1, 1983
  • Nan Tupper Chapman - author, May 15, 1983

no.6

  • Dennis Eyolfson - mg. Jasper Lodge (Jasper), May 22, 1983
  • Joe Vine - former owner of driving school, May 29, 1983
  • Dr. Reuben Cherniak - respiratory specialist (Denver), June 5, 1983
  • Maxine Gelfant (Vancouver), June 12, 1983

no.7

  • Lorraine Beaudry Maroons - report owner (Florida), June 19, 1983
  • Ted Zapp - former local entertainer (Vancouver), June 26, 1983
  • Dave Gale - pursuing acting career (Toronto), July 3, 1983
  • Joy Brittan - MGM-Vegas (La Vegas), July 10, 1983

no.8

  • Cal Skagfeld - originator of Pizza parlors (Victoria), July 17, 1983
  • Olive Bend Little - early women's baseball (Poplar Point, MB), July 24, 1983
  • Peter Sullivan - hockey player, July 31, 1983
  • Bob Davis - Manager Calgary Convention Centre (Calgary), August 7, 1983

no.9

  • George Hinton - retired policeman, August 14, 1983
  • Steve Halinda - former announcer with CJOB (Edmonton), August, 1983
  • Tom & Margo Levine - business (Houston, TX), August 28, 1983
  • Allan Boes - golf great in Winnipeg, September 4, 1983

no.10

  • Ron Butterfield - Winnipeg children's program (Bahamas), September 11, 1983
  • Janis Johnson - Conservative National Dir. (Ottawa), September 12, 1983
  • Cecil Leckie - former Fire Chief, September 25, 1983
  • Ray Watrin - former Blue Bomber (Okotoks, AB), October 2, 1983

no.11

  • Bert Snart - Hall of Fame horseshoer (Dauphin), October 9, 1983
  • Ted Royal - former hotel man-Royal Alex (Calgary), October 16, 1983
  • Steve Juba - former mayor of Winnipeg, October 23, 1983
  • Jonathon Kay - Canadian movie field (Toronto), October 30, 1983

no.12

  • Dr. Earl Mindell - author/nutritionist (L.A., CA), November 6, 1983
  • Norm Lacy - CBC (SK), November 13, 1983
  • Harry Ferns - author (England), November 20, 1983
  • John Saul - author, November 27, 1983

no.13

  • Kathleen Murphy - Solicitor General office in, December 4, 1983
  • Robert E. Moffat - author, December 11, 1983
  • Maxine Ware - local singer/entertainer, December 18, 1983
  • Ed McGill - Brandon MLA (Brandon), January 8, 1984

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(7' Reel)

  • Mama Trossie - former restaurateur, January 15, 1984
  • Bill McPherson - former Winnipeg Police Dept., January 22, 1984
  • Victor Feldbrill - Winnipeg, Symphony Orchestra (Toronto), January 29, 1984
  • Chick Chikowski - former Blue Bomber, February 5, 1984

no.2

(7' Reel)

  • Albert Simeons - Winnipeg musician, February 12, 1984
  • Syd Walinsky - movie editor (L.A., CA), February 19, 1984
  • Jessica Coulter - window of former mayor, February 26, 1984
  • David Shouldice - scientist (Nevada), March 4, 1984
  • Graham Shaw - singer in Toronto, March 11, 1984

no.3

  • Senator Hayakawa - diplomat (San Francisco, CA), March 18, 1984
  • Earl Lunsford -Bomber manager (Texas), March 25, 1984
  • Homer Clinton - former CPR employee, April 1, 1984
  • George Gostick - retired teacher, Lord Selkirk, April 8, 1984

no.4

  • Paddy Stone - dancer (London, UK), April 15, 1984
  • Dr. Turchinetz - nuclear scientist-Hedi cousin (Boston, MA), May 6, 1984
  • Judy Kennedy - well-know swimmer (Vancouver, BC), May 13, 1984
  • Dick Baxter (Vancouver), May 27, 1984
  • Janet Vickers - author/cook book (Calgary), June 3, 1984
  • C.G. Gifford - Social Work Prof. in Maritimes, June 17, 1984
  • Harry Kowalik - scientist (Ottawa), June 24, 1984
  • Helgi Tommason - pioneer on Hecla Island, July 1, 1984

no.5

  • Giselle MacKenzie - singer (Los Angeles, CA), April 22, 1984
  • George LaFleche - singer, brother of Giselle (Vancouver), April 29, 1984

no.6

  • Grant Skinner (Ottawa), July 29, 1984
  • George Heffelfinger - businessman, August 5, 1984
  • Marie Boychuk - formerly Rogan, community worker (Prince Rubert, BC), August 12, 1984
  • E.B. Osler - former MP and businessman, August 12, 1984
  • Irma Atkins, August 26, 1984
  • Lou Diner - clothier, September 2, 1984
  • Lou & Betty Vincent - well known Winnipeggers, September 9, 1984
  • Rev. Dr. Bob Elliott (Lethbridge, AB), September 23, 1984
  • Harry Langford - Calgary Stampeders (Calgary), September 30, 1984
  • Gail singer - NFB photographer, October 7, 1984
  • Dave Robertson - former manager Odeon Theatre, October 21, 1984
  • Dr. George Ford (NY), October 28, 1984
  • Dr. Ralph Camphell - former Pres. U of M (Ottawa), November 4, 1984
  • Don Jonas - former Blue Bomber (Florida), November 18, 1984

no.8

  • Dr. Paul Hiebert, author (Carman, MB), November 25, 1984
  • Rev. Fred Douglas - Christmas Cheer Board, December 2, 1984
  • Dr. J.K. Pulfer - National Research lab. (Ottawa), December 9, 1984
  • John Hanson - Christmas Cheer Board, December 16, 1984
  • Lloyd Jones - former Santa Claus, December 23, 1984
  • Shelagh Whitaker - author (Oakville, ON), December 30, 1984

no.9

  • Guy Kay - author (Toronto), January 6, 1985
  • Nick Ternette - free lance writer/social worker, January 13, 1985
  • Earl Billman - former clerk of the court, January 20, 1985
  • Steve Senyk - musician, Don Carlos', January 27, 1985
  • Dr. Gordon Fahrni (Vancouver), February 3, 1985
  • Prof. Bernie Vigod (New Brunswick), February 10, 1985
  • Herb Howe - old time curler, February 17, 1985
  • Nora Dunwoody - well known early Winnipegger (Florida), February 24, 1985
  • John Bjering - musician, March 3, 1985
  • Pearl Robertson - model, March 17, 1985

no.10

  • Joe Daley - former Jet goalie, March 10, 1985
  • Dr. Donal Guthrie - scientist (New Orleans, LA), March 24, 1985
  • Dick Vopni - businessman (Vancouver), March 31, 1985
  • Annis Stukus - sports figure (Vancouver), April 7, 1985
  • Marcia Schnoor - Billinkoff, insurance (Toronto), April 14, 1985
  • Joe Solomon, April 28, 1985
  • Ralph Parliament - former Pres. Wpg. Blue Bombers, May 5, 1985
  • Sara Levine - former orchestra leader, girls, May 12, 1985
  • Alex Koster - teacher, May 19, 1985
  • Bob Almey - horticulturalist, May 26, 1985
  • Howard Walsh - rep. conductor Prairie Dog Central, June 2, 1985
  • Gerry Haslam - publisher, June 16, 1985

no.11

  • Harry Robertson, June 9, 1985
  • Walter & Kitty Brattson - dancers, June 23, 1985
  • Fred Noble - musician, July 7, 1985
  • John Moir - druggist & navyman, August 11, 1985
  • Joan Saltel - former dancer/talent agent (Kansas), September 8, 1985
  • Cliff Chadderton - War Amps Association (Ottawa), October 20, 1985
  • Jim Langford - former Calgary Stampeder, October 27, 1985
  • Nicholas Zalosetsky - pioneer in Wpg., 1919 Strike, November 3, 1985
  • Juta May - skier (Sun Valley), November 10, 1985
  • Barbara Branden, November 17, 1985

no.12

  • Caroline Belton - senior singer, July 14, 1985
  • Robert Hampton - basketball member of Oilers, July 21, 1985
  • Dick Johnstone, July 28, 1985
  • Dave Shiffman - Manitoba Draggoons reunion, August 4, 1985
  • Art Woodfield - early musician in city, August 18, 1985
  • Boyd Robertson - bank manager (Regina), August 25, 1985
  • Doug Baldwin - former hockey player: Shoreliner (Gimli), September 1, 1985
  • Donald McIvor - President of Exxon (New York), September 15, 1985
  • Glenn Buhr - composer (Toronto), September 22, 1985
  • Dr. Margaret Fulton - headmistress Maritime school (Nova Scotia), September 29, 1985
  • Earl Barish - Dickie Dee business, October 6, 1985
  • Maxwell Smith - retired from Eaton's, October 13, 1985

no.13

  • Neil Holmes - Arizona accountant, November 24, 1985
  • Hon. F.L. (Bud) Jobin - former Lieutenant Governor, December 1, 1985
  • Dr. Harry Medovy, December 8, 1985
  • Ken Gregg - CBC photographer, December 15, 1985
  • George Barlow - former Eaton's employee, December 22, 1985
  • Steve Juba - former Winnipeg mayor, December 29, 1985
  • Prof. Mary Vivian White - Cornell University, January 5, 1986
  • Dr. Cecil Sheps - Medical College (North Carolina), January 12, 1986
  • Geoff Norquay - Asst. to Mulroney, January 19, 1986
  • Ronald Breton - Credit Foncier Exec., January 26, 1986
  • Ed Parker - retired journalist (Toronto), February 5, 1986

no.14

  • Winnifred Van Slyck (Dugald), February 9, 1986
  • Peter MacGibbon - Schizophrenics (Toronto), February 16, 1986
  • Andy Hebenton - hockey (Portland), February 23, 1986
  • Ab. Gowenlock - curler (Dauphin), March 2, 1986
  • Heather Kohlman - former CJOB (Scotsdale, AZ), March 9, 1986
  • Ron Morey - former CJOB (New York), March 16, 1986
  • Joe Krol - hockey player, March 23, 1986
  • Wade Rowland (Toronto), March 30, 1986
  • Major Bill & Marion Merrit - Salvation Army, April 6, 1986
  • Dr. J.L. Thompson (Weirton West Virginia), April 13, 1986
  • Judge Beryl Levine (Fargo/Bismark), April 20, 1986

no.15

  • MP Gerry St. Germain (Mission-Port Moody, BC), april 27, 1986
  • Ray Jauch - Football player (Arlington, VA), May 4, 1986
  • Edith Mott - retired teacher, 91 years old, May 11, 1986
  • Hector Couture - fiddler (Boissevain), May 18, 1986
  • Howie Larke - Labatt's PR (Vancouver), May 25, 1986
  • Ken McKinnon - commission of Yukon (White Horse), June 1, 1986
  • Chris Saunders - Nursing Home Admin. (Vancouver), June 8, 1986
  • Connie Guberman - author, June 15, 1986
  • Doug Allen - broadcaster/skier, June 22, 1986
  • Mark Danzker - former Wpg. Finance Comm., June 29, 1986
  • J.J. Richards - news director (Brandon), July 6, 1986
  • Lorraine Kurtz gillespie - former U of W (Edmonton), July 13, 1986

no.16

  • Art Pascoe - Old Royal Alex Hotel, July 20, 1986
  • Fred Miller - Amateur boxer from Wpg., July 27, 1986
  • Ian Malcolm - english/drama Kingston Collegiate, August 3, 1986
  • Irena Welhasch - opera singer (Kitchener, On), August 10, 1986
  • John Frosk - trumpet player (Old Tappan, NJ), August 17, 1986
  • Bob Wilson - former MLA, August 24, 1986
  • Bob Bend - former Manitoba Liberal leader, August 31, 1986
  • Jack Maloney - old timer (Selkirk, MB), September 7, 1986
  • Jimmy Skinner - former hockey player, September 14, 1986
  • Lloyd Moist - former city Fire Chief, September 21, 1986
  • Bob Bochstael - former MP, September 28, 1986

no.17

  • Elsewood Bole - rower, October 5, 1986
  • Olga Pavlova - singer (Miami, FL), October 12, 1986
  • Jack Kincaid - Pres. Squibb Canada, October 19, 1986
  • George Burnham - author, October 26, 1986
  • Terry Crawford - singer, November 2, 1986
  • Bill Mason - NFB film maker, November 16, 1986
  • John Fallows - former U of M radio station mg., November 23, 1986
  • Hugh Mackay Ross - author, November 30, 1986
  • Lou Lucky - amateur baseball player, December 7, 1986
  • Wayne Shaw - former football player, December 14, 1986
  • Wayne Skene - CBC Regional Director for Alberta, December 21, 1986

no.18

  • Prof. Konorsky - University of Israel, December 28, 1986
  • Tom Floyd - former McCreary School Trustee, January 4, 1987
  • Jack McKee - former railway conductor, January 18, 1987
  • John Tunny - 11 year lawsuit with Teamsters, January 25, 1987
  • Murray Messner, February 1, 1987
  • Merv Unger - former Tribune employee, February 8, 1987
  • Robert Kent - author, February 15, 1987
  • Frank Harper - former Eaton's baker, February 22, 1987
  • William white - 100 years old, March 1, 1987
  • Jimmy Kale - Bass player with Guess Who, March 8, 1987
  • Gary Peterson - Drummer with Guess Who, April 5, 1987

no.19

  • Mildren Musgrove - former Boissevain Trustee, January 11, 1987
  • Kally Kennedy - MB sports education, March 15, 1987
  • George Kuhn - former Pres. Schenley distillers, March 22, 1987
  • Billie Sorum - champion curler in Norway, March 29, 1987
  • Dr. Gordon Fahrni - former Wpg. surgeon - at age 100, April 12, 1987
  • Fred Shero - hockey legend, April 19, 1987
  • Patrick Keecher - accountant (Brandon), April 26, 1987
  • Heather Ireland - former Miss Manitoba, May 3, 1987
  • Larry Hornung - former Wpg. Jet, May 10, 1987
  • Norm Peterson - local woodcarver, May 17, 1987
  • Paul Cancade - farm manufacturer (Brandon), May 24, 1987
  • Rose Tanasichuk - curler & craft shop owner, May 31, 1987

no.20

  • Dennis Ball - former NY Ranger GM & Blues VP, June 7, 1987
  • Nick Mickoski - former hockey star, June 14, 1987
  • Allen Vanderkerhove - gas entrepreneur (Vancouver), June 21, 1987
  • Pete Stemkowski - former hockey star, June 28, 1987
  • Alfred Barnett, July 5, 1987

no.21

  • Elaine Kowalski - artist (London, UK), July 12, 1987
  • Darlene Cook, July 19, 1987
  • Bob Leiter - former hockey star, July 26, 1987
  • Ethel Agolini - housekeeper at Government House, August 2, 1987
  • John Nairn - soccer star, August 9, 1987
  • Bob Moran - former member of Murray College, August 16, 1987
  • Walter Todd - Tod's Toddlers singers, August 23, 1987
  • Mike Mooney - former Freep writer, September 6, 1987

no.22

  • Paul Markel - Toronto blue Jays PR director, August 30, 1987
  • Ted Hampson - former hockey star, September 13, 1987
  • Lorne Leech - former Alderman & pub. owner, September 20, 1987
  • Neil Clarke- former City Police Superintendent, September 27, 1987
  • Dr. William Lazer - former U of M Prof. (Florida), October 4, 1987
  • Frank Mathers - Hershey Bears Pres. & GM, November 15, 1987

no. 23

  • Jack Buxman - infamous shoeshiner, etc., October 11, 1987
  • Katherine Vlassie - author, October 18, 1987
  • Al Doe - Wpg. drummer, October, 25, 1987
  • Doris Marshall - author, November 1, 1987
  • Arthur Drache - author, November 15, 1987
  • Bernie Wolfe - former deputy Mayor, November 22, 1987
  • Susan Schneider - author, December 6, 1987

no.24

  • Art Rice-Jones - former local hockey star, November 29, 1987
  • Kasey Wilson - cookbook author, December 13, 1987
  • Gary Chatfield - hospital administrator, December 20, 1987

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  • John Balderstone - former alderman, December 27, 1987
  • Jim Spears, naturalist (Russell, MB), January 3, 1988
  • Duke Asmundson - former Wpg. Jet, January 17, 1988
  • Bill Grogan - former newspaper man, January 31, 1988
  • Ken Honey - photographer of Playboy bunnies, February 14, 1988
  • Barrie Nelson - animator, February 21, 1988
  • Bryan Hextall - former NHL star, February 28, 1988
  • David Ingram - tax author & former nightclub owner, March 6, 1988
  • Mike Kryschuk - former hockey coach, March 13, 1988

no.2

  • Bill Mason - filmmaker, March 20, 1988
  • Jack Bastable - former grocery store owner, March 27, 1988
  • Wally Hergesheimer - former hockey player, april 3, 1988
  • Maxwell Yan - professor, April 10, 1988
  • John Blackwood - Counsel-General in Minneapolis, April 17, 1988
  • David Washington - former Wpg. Blue Bomber, April 24, 1988
  • Dr. Glenn Wylie - plant scientist, May 1, 1988
  • Victor Davies - composer, May 8, 1988
  • June Horne - Home Ec. grad & magazine editor, May 15, 1988
  • Slaw Rebchuk - longest-serving councilor, May 22, 1988
  • David Graham - former city councilor, June 5, 1988

no.3

  • Carl Rufelds - Consul-General in Italy, May 29, 1988
  • Gord Audley - former Olympic athlete, June 12, 1988
  • Dr. Lynn Falconer - former Winnipeg physician, June 26, 1988
  • Murray Wilkie - former hockey player, July 3, 1988
  • Claude Main - former Shell PR director, July 10, 1988
  • Stan Wagner - former bush pilot & hockey player, July 17, 1988
  • Dr. Isadore Wolch - retired dentist, July 31, 1988
  • Hugh Delanney - former radio announcer, August 7, 1988
  • C. Irving Keith - judge, August 14, 1988

no.4

  • Fred Hansell - former Wpg. Blue Bomber & boxer, August 21, 1988
  • George Balcan - radio announcer, August 28, 1988
  • Remi DeRoo - Catholic bishop, September 4, 1988
  • Cecil Foster - comic writer, September 11, 1988
  • Richard Rutherford - former RWB principal dancer, September 18, 1988
  • H. Clifford Chadderton - CEO of War Amps of Canada, September 25, 1988
  • Spike Buchanan - deputy director for defense, October 2, 1988
  • Jack Donoghue - author, October 9, 1988

no.5

  • Jack McArton - musician with Round-up Rangers, October 16, 1988
  • William Kendall - former Chicago Blackhawk, October 23, 1988
  • George Smith - trucker, October 30, 1988
  • Dr. James Peebles - physicist, November 6, 1988
  • Art Jenkyns - Pres., Opertaion Eyesight, November 20, 1988
  • Bud Riley - former Wpg. Blue Bomber coach, November 27, 1988
  • Eddie McMullan - Shriner, December 4, 1988
  • Dr. Carl Christie - Dir. of History/Nat. Defence, December 11, 1988
  • Dr. Henry Marshall - horticulturalist, December 18, 1988
  • Pete Kawulia - former boxer, January 1, 1989
  • Dudley Paterson - former CJOB newsman, January 8, 1989

no.6

  • Norm Inkster - RCMP Commissioner, January 15, 1989
  • Arthur Vincent - former treasurer of Tuxedo, January 22, 1989
  • Grant Churcher - horticulturalist, January 29, 1989
  • Gladys Forrester - dance instructor, February 5, 1989
  • Mary Vandenhoff - Ambassador to Finland, February 12, 1989
  • Gordon Kerr - former referee-in-chief of MAHA, February 19, 1989
  • Doug Hales - former GM of Westin Hotel, February 26, 1989
  • Abe Yanofsky - former city councilor & chess champ, March 5, 1989
  • Ron Latouralle - former Blue Bomber, March 12, 1989
  • Diedre Irons - symphony pianist, March 19, 1989
  • Father Wilf Daniels - former Blue Bomber, March 26, 1989
  • Leo Vopnfjord - city planner for Victoria, april 2, 1989
  • Isobel Loutit - formerly of Northern Telecom, April 9, 1989

no.7

  • Peter Cook - Seniors for Seniors (Toronto), April 16, 1989
  • David King - playwright, April 23, 1989
  • Norman Yellowlees - player with Elmwood Millionaires, April 30, 1989
  • John Broadley - former track star, May 14, 1989
  • Jim Zinger - hypnotist, May 21, 1989
  • Dr. Tom McCarthy - former dentist, May 28, 1989
  • Len Vintus/M.J.G. McMullen - ventriloquist, June 4, 1989
  • Lorne Saifer - entertainment manager, June 11, 1989
  • Don Wilson - RCMP, BC Deputy Commissioner, June 18, 1989
  • Ed Turner - former St. Boniface mayor, June 25, 1989
  • Ralph Watkins - golfer, July 2, 1989
  • Bill Devries - university administrator, July 9, 1989
  • Marshall Kern - Environmental Sci. at Dow Chemical, July 16, 1989
  • Terry Hind - former pro sports manager & builder, July 23, 1989

no.8

  • Gordon Arnott - architect, July 30, 1989
  • Russelll & Raymond Saunders - stuntmen, August 6, 1989
  • Eric Oland - former cyclist, August 13, 1989
  • Rhita Mason - artist, August 20, 1989
  • Sydney Keighley - former trapper, August 27,1989
  • Lorne Tummon - former Tory party president, September 3, 1989
  • Hy Chochinov - former farmer, September 10, 1989
  • Colonel James Dunlop - CFB Gimli, September 17, 1989
  • Rev. Bernard Embree - Presby. Board of World Mission, September 24, 1989
  • Hugh Gainsford - great granson of John A. MacDonald, October 1, 1989
  • Andrew Lamert - ship's cook, October 8, 1989
  • Findlay Beaudry - band leader, October 15, 1989
  • Benny Loban - realtor & musician, October 22, 1989

no.9

  • Rev. Ralph Cummings - former minister at Broadway, October, 29, 1989
  • Buster Kenyon - Tuesday Breakfast member, November 5, 1989
  • Al Hackett - author, November 12, 1989
  • Rev. Doug Sly - minister, November 19, 1989
  • Phil Minnick - former Bomber linebacker, November 26, 1989
  • Don Morrison - former police sergeant, December 3, 1989
  • Harry Malabar - founder of Malabar's Costumes, December 10, 1989
  • Kay Hladiy - worker & union leader in the 1930's, December 17, 1989
  • Bob Jones - former city parks employee & boxer, December 24, 1989
  • Eric Strong - jewelry engraver, December 31, 1989
  • Dr. D.W. Penner, January 7, 1990
  • Gilbert Currie Johnson, January 14, 1990

no.10

  • Jack Furgusson, January 21, 1990
  • Dan Linney, January 28, 1990
  • Allen Boes, February 4, 1990
  • Addeline Josselyn, February 11, 1990
  • Col. Robert James, February 18, 1990
  • Sam Block, February 25, 1990
  • Sylvia Burka, March 4, 1990
  • Allan Selig, march 11, 1990
  • Dr. Robert Lucy, March 18, 1990
  • Keith Rutherford, March 25, 1990

no.11

  • Joe Bissett, April 1, 1990
  • Tom Axworthy, April 8, 1990
  • Roberta Cava, april 15, 1990
  • Dr. Allan Duncan, April 22, 1990
  • Leonard Barsky, April 29, 1990
  • Barry Barrington, May 6, 1990
  • Nick Pyrch, May 13, 1990
  • Lou Thornton, May 20, 1990
  • Don Haig, June 3, 1990
  • Saul Froomkin, June 10, 1990

no.12

  • R.D. Lawrence, May 27, 1990
  • Dick Wankling, June 17, 1990
  • Phil Carlton, June 24, 1990
  • Alex Shibicky, July 1, 1990
  • Allen Hayden-Luck, July 8, 1990
  • Al Mackling, July 15, 1990
  • Marcel Desautels, July 22, 1990
  • David Kilpatrick, July 29, 1990
  • Gus Thorimbert, August 5, 1990
  • Jack Coulter, August 12, 1990
  • Kris Kristjanson, August, 19, 1990
  • Sandy McHaffie, August 26, 1990

no.13

  • Meyer Cossman, September 2, 1990
  • Chesley Southan, September 9, 1990
  • Ken Johnston, September 16, 1990
  • Hugh Penwarden, September 23, 1990
  • Jim Walding, September 30, 1990
  • Bob Walden, October 7, 1990
  • James Harris, October 14, 1990
  • Carol Fast, October 21, 1990
  • Leonard, Issacs, October 28, 1990
  • Andrew Taylor, November 4, 1990
  • Jim Coleman, February 3, 1991
  • William Palk, February 10, 1991
  • Les Allison, February 17, 1991

no.14

  • Tom Arfield, November 11, 1990
  • Vy Streuber, November 18, 1990
  • Bobby Reith, November 25, 1990
  • Jim Bullock, December 2, 1990
  • Jim Thompson, December 9, 1990
  • Fritz Hanson, December 16, 1990
  • Leonard Remis, December 23, 1990
  • Jim Pirie, December 30, 1990
  • Muriel Smith, January 6, 1991
  • Dr. Harry Gelfant, January 13, 1991
  • George Whitman, January 20, 1991
  • Dick Thompson, January 27, 1991

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Miscellaneous Tapes
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815 Cassette Head Cleaner
16 Bomber Pep Rally - November 12, 1984
17 Manitoba Marathon '86, May 1986
18 Winnipeg Radio Station "Scopes" , June 1988
19 OB/KIS Sapler 1988, October 1988

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Tc 62 (A.92-14), [ 1979-1992 ]
BoxFolder
1 AM Action Line, 1985-1989

  • 22A
  • 23B
  • 24A (2 tapes)
  • 25B
  • Arena Project, 1. Norrie 2. Filmon, n.d.
  • Dan Borden - Vocal #2, October 31, 1989
  • Warren on Borden, November 7, 1989
  • Dan Borden decision #1, November 14, 1989
  • Dan Borden decision #2, November 14, 1989
  • Brian's Folly (CF-18 contract) ; The Winnipeg Irish Tavern Singer, November 1986, n.d.
  • Action Line interview with Brodsky, August 12, 1986
  • Warren sexual abuse interview with Bill Byers, March 7, 1985
  • John Corbey, Cam Henry, n.d.
  • Marion Crook, n.d.
  • Action Line - Jake Epp comments on CPP, August 8, 1986
  • The Farm Crisis #1, n.d.
  • The Farm Crisis #3, n.d.
  • The Farm Crisis #5, n.d.

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2

  • David Gislason, Wally Einerson, n.d.
  • Dave Hodge comment, October 16, 1989
  • Harold Jones, n.d.
  • Dr. W. Marah "Family", n.d.
  • Ron Kehler, Jim Moore, Hugh Broadfoot, Gary & Wendy Church, Peter Peters
  • Carl Lauffer interview, Marh 24, 1987
  • Dwight Lucas, August 28, 1987
  • Barry McBride, Mgr. of laboratory services for city Waterworks & Waste Disposal division, n.d.
  • Mother - Baby, n.d.
  • Calvin Pompana & Terry Nelson re: kissy-kissy, January 18
  • Praise of OB language coverage, n.d.
  • "The Privatization Revolution", by Dr. Madsen Pirie, Toronto, April 2, 1989
  • Slaw Rebchuk, October 6, 1988
  • Ed Schreyer Farewell, May 30, 1984
  • Shirley Tervo - child porn with Warren, n.d.
  • W.A.T.N. Tom Arfield (for Nov. 11)
  • W.A.T.N. Ken Johnston, n.d.
  • Warren with Webber, n.d.
  • 911 calls for CJOB, August 26, 1992
  • 911 phone calls
  • 911 Calls (edited) June 26
  • 911 show, n.d.

BoxFolder
3

Reel-to-reel audio recordings

  • 1A, 1B, 1C, n.d.
  • 5B
  • 5C
  • Arena Project, 1. Norrie 2. Filmon, n.d.
  • Sir Dougals Bader & Jack Johnstone, September 19, 1980 (2 tapes)
  • Candace Derksen funeral, January 25, 1985
  • Cult segment, March 10, 1982
  • "Euthanasia Special", n.d.
  • "Euthanasia" 1. Hans Haggaman & Derek Humphrey, n.d.
  • Flanders Field (Remembrance Day), n.d.

BoxFolder
4 Oversize

Reel-to-reel audio recordings

  • Lt. Gov. Bud Jobin, March 30, 1979
  • I Loved a Papish by Sean McManus (Carlton Showband), March 17, 1982
  • Mosquitoes, August 1982
  • Don Orchard, n.d.
  • Promises To Keep, n.d.
  • "Real Men", n.d.
  • Rene talks with Warren, n.d.
  • The Search: by Bailey, n.d.
  • "Some interesting calls", n.d.
  • Submaster Series (4 tapes), n.d.
  • "Tape B" Intro: "This complaint is not... Extro: "I Thank you Peter Warren", n.d.

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5

Audio-cassettes, mini-cassettes

  • War of the Worlds, October 11, 1985
  • Peter Warren's impressions of Moscow, n.d.
  • Warren flies across the border, n.d.
  • John Yuzyk, n.d.
  • unidentified, n.d. (4 tapes)
  • Mini cassette tape, unidentified but with a letter which has the names Richard Rey, Bill Welsh and Bob Wright on it.
  • Action Line - re: "Carter", April 30, 1993
  • Action Line:
  • 6 B
  • 9B
  • 13B
  • 23A
  • 24B
  • 25A

VHS Cassettes

  • CFRB AM 1010/Standard Radio - television coverage from: "Canada Calls Kim Campbell", July 23, 1993
  • Referendum Debate with Premier Gary A. Filmon, Sharon Carstairs, Gary Doer, etc., Winnipeg, October 9, 1992

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6

Audio-cassettes

  • Air-check tape with Filmon and his $50 bet, n.d.
  • "Bullets" promo, n.d.
  • "Jim the Con" - Jim Carleton, n.d.
  • Casino Gambling: Understanding You Edge, n.d.
  • Drunk Man - Wife, n.d.
  • Tape from JoAnne Jeffrys, n.d.
  • The Legal Profession (9 tapes), n.d.
  • Mazzone master, n.d.
  • Major General Osent, n.d.
  • Police Chief conference, n.d.
  • Taxi-Driver threat, n.d.
  • Bill Traverse, Jackhead Reserve - Native unemployment problems, September 19, 1989 (2 tapes)
  • Bill Uruski, n.d.
  • Warren with mother of sex-assault child, n.d. (may be Frances Dayee), n.d.

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7

Reel-to-reel audio-recordings

  • 12B
  • 12C
  • Frank Allen, March 7, 1988
  • Children & Sex: The Crime, September 7, 1983
  • Children & Sex: The Crime, September 8, 1983
  • Children & Sex: The Crime, September 12/13, 1983
  • French speaking Quebec airline pilot, n.d.
  • Bill Marshal/Porn, n.d.
  • Never Again - Radio Documentary (prod. by The War Amps of Canada)
  • Retrospective look at the 60s, April 30, 1989
  • Sex abuse (master), n.d.
  • Woman with violent, retarded son, n.d.
  • Joe Zuken, July 1983

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Tc 62 (A.95-03), [ 1973-1994 ]
BoxFolder
1

Audio-cassettes

  • "Action Line" - "Michael", May 20, 1987
  • Dr. Colin Ross and Nancy, February 3, 1989
  • Peter Warren & Muhammid Ali, n.d.
  • Dean Jack Hoogstraten on Engineering Faculty, n.d.
  • Interview #1
  • Jim Jackson interview, n.d.
  • Manitoba Legislature. Question period, May 7, 1987
  • Warren, Penner, & Country Philosopher, 10/12/92
  • Peter Warren & Three Dog Night, June 30, 1982

Reel-to-reel audio recordings

  • Manila envelope - John Green, cassette and reel-to-reel tape: John Green "Black Diamond:, April 4, 1994
  • Action Line - "The Sabre Industries Affiar", January 2, 1973 Tapes #1 and #2
  • Affiffi and Warren, n.d.
  • "Allison" interview (telephone sex), n.d.
  • "Dialogue Canada" (2 tapes), n.d.

BoxFolder
2

Reel-to-reel audio recordings

  • "Fate of the Family": Roberta Greenfeld, Jeanette Ally, Chris Vogel, Pat Greenhaw, Laura Morton, n.d.
  • "Talk of Houston" with Peter Warren, n.d.
  • Mayor Juba resignation, live, October 7, 1977
  • "Manitoba Report" - Warren with Jake Epp, June 15
  • Warren with Premier Filmon, June 14, 1991
  • "Terror" (changed voices), n.d.

BoxFolder
3 Oversize Action Line "Special" (breast cancer screening), February 11, 1993

(one reel-to-reel)

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Tc 62 (A.96-02), 1988-1995
BoxFolder
1 Manitoba Report

  • Filmon/Wells/Warren November 25,1988
  • Wells/Warren/Filmon June 2, 1989
  • Warren/Wells/Filmon October 20, 1989
  • Filmon/Wells/Warren October 27, 1989
  • Premier Filmon on Meech November 10, 1989
  • Warren/Premier Filmon March 17,1995
  • Warren/Filmon June 9, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon (2 segs: 9 & 12) June 16, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon (2 segs) June 16, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon (2 segs) June 30, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon (2 segs) September 22, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon (2 segs) September 29, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon (2 segs) October 6, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon (2 segs) October 13, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon (2 segs) October 20, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon (2 segs) October 27, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon (2 segs) November 3, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon (2 segs) December 15, 1995
  • Warren/Filmon/Wells n.d.
  • Manitoba Report n.d.
  • Manitoba Report (back-up) n.d.

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2 Warren Gossip, [ January - September 1995 ]
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3 Warren Gossip, October - December 1995
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3 Ottawa Report, 1989

  • Warren with Liberal MP David Walker, December 22, 1989
  • Federal Energy Minister Jake Epp June 15, ???

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3 Where are they now? 1990

  • Parasiuk - needs intro and extro May 27, 1990

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3 Winnipeg Report

  • Mayor Norrie & Warren April 27, 1990

  • Warren and Filmon
  • Warren and Wells, November 2, 1989
  • May 8, 1990
  • Meech Lake counter-proposal - May 18, 1990
  • Mayor Norrie Interview, October 11, 1989
  • 911 Calls, November 23, 1994
  • "Best Run Town in America", n.d.
  • Casino Gambler - Casino I, n.d.
  • Clear Lake Murder Story, June 17 & 20, 1988

BoxFolder
4

  • Dog (?) Tape, n.d.
  • "Downtown Song", January 1989 (2 tapes) - also lyrics
  • from "General Patton", n.d.
  • Richard Glover - Marketing Man, n.d.
  • Judge Harold Giles interview re-run, July 18, ???
  • Vaughn Gramatovich, October 11, 1989
  • Headingly Jail Guard, February 3, 1988
  • Huber, der Baer, n.d.
  • "The Insurance Crunch", highlights from - A CJOB "Action Line" special, n.d.
  • Insurance Crunch, n.d.
  • David Jackson on the Media, n.d.
  • "Expect the Unexpected": Talk-Back -- with Peter Warren CJOB, April 21, 1995
  • "Expect the Unexpected": Talk-Back Bob Larson on on 810kzAM (Bob Larson Ministries tape). U of W Duckworth Centre, Winnipeg, April 21, 1995 (handwritten "Sodomy Controversy")
  • Manitoba Cult Awareness Centre statment on Holy Spirit Worship Centre
  • McCawley dub, n.d.
  • Bob Nelson "786-6100, January 22, ???
  • Bertha Rand memories, January 23, 1989
  • John Paul Roy - 25th Anniversary Maple Leaf flag, February 15, 1990

BoxFolder
5

  • Aids Victim Jim St. James with Peter Varley 11:05 EQ: "And An Aids Patient Himself", n.d.
  • Ian Smith - Cancer Research, n.d.
  • Smoking, n.d.
  • Special feed for Peter Warren Fed, February 8, ??? about minutes of raw tape outcue is David Suzuki saying thank-you.
  • Texe Marrs exposes Peter Warren, n.d.
  • Interview re: Warren award, 1990
  • Warren for November 14, 1986

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A.96-97 (Mss 87), [ 1972-1996 ]

(located in Annex Storage)

BoxFolder
1 Packet of photographs:

  • Peter Warren on microphone (one B&W, 8x10 and 1 3x5 print)
  • Peter Warren at Assiniboia Downs Racetrack (two 8x10s)
  • Peter Warren & guests in CJOB studio, Nov. 1980
  • Peter Warren with Rt. Hon. John N. Turner (two 3x5s)
  • Peter Warren with Rene Levesque (4x6)
  • Peter Warren with Sen. Keith Davey (two 4x6s)
  • 14 miscellaneous photos

Guest book, 1972-1982

Signed by well-known personalities:

David Lewis, Paul Hellyer, Robert Stanfield (several times), Stephen Juba, Rt. Hon John Diefenbaker (several signatures), Gordon Pinsent, Joe Borowski, Rt. Hon. Pierre Trudeau, Pierre Berton, Farley Mowat, Bobby Hull, Rt. Hon. Edward R. Schreyer, Al Capp, Charles Templeton, Gordie Tapp, Monty Hall, Karen Magnusson, Charles Lynch, Mitchell Sharp, Howie Meeker, Rosemary Clooney, Tiny Tim, Mamie Van Doren, Rt. Hon. Jeanne Sauve, Roloff Benny, Adam West, Jean Luc Pepin, Buster Crabbe, Sarah Churchill, Rt. Hon Jean Chretien, Flora McDonald, Ken Taylor, Richard Sanders, Chubby Checker,Rt. Hon. Joe Clark, Grant Devine, Rt. Hon. Brian Mulroney, Paul Martin, Rene Levesque, Jake Epp,

Guest book, actors and leaders who visited Peter Warren at CJOB, 1972-1982

Includes:

  • Four journalism note books kept by P.Warren, 1990s.
  • Certificates received
  • Excerpts re: Peter Warren from published books.
Correspondence and Subject Files: A-C

  • Abortion
  • Abuse: Spousal, children, workplace
  • Addictions: alcoholism, gambling
  • Adoption & family tracing
  • Afifi, Dr. M. - fraud artist
  • Alcoholism
  • Allen, Frank
  • AIDS
  • Air force
  • Anonymous correspondence
  • Autopac - Ken Podolsky
  • Autopac general file
  • Banks
  • Beeton, Isabella
  • Bennett, Walter
  • Books
  • Borden, Daniel
  • Bowling
  • C.J.O.B. staff
  • Canada Pension Plan
  • Chadderton, H. Clifford
  • Chalkley, Shona
  • Christmas Cheer Board
  • Canadian National Railway workers
  • Cowley, Lucille & The Public Trustee
  • Crank and/or hate correspondence
  • Cults
  • C.R.T.C.

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2 Correspondence and Subject Files: D-K

  • DeCaro, Mary
  • Demjanjuk, John
  • Dentists' suicides
  • Disabled persons
  • Doer, Gary
  • Dority, Barbara (anti-censorship)
  • Driskell, James
  • Drunken Point, MB
  • Duplain, Steve
  • Dying/death
  • Eatons Winnipeg
  • Elections
  • Ex-offenders
  • Euthanasia
  • Filmon, Hon. Gary Albert
  • Freedom of Information requests
  • Gagen, Edith & Henry
  • Gay issues, bashing (hate crimes)
  • Gillespie, Gordon
  • Graffiti
  • Gun Control (Allan Rock unpopularity)
  • Habitat For Humanity
  • Headingly Jail
  • Hysterectomy Education Resources & Services Foundation (HERS)
  • Hologroski, Jean
  • Human Society (Winnipeg)
  • Ideas for P.Warren's C.J.O.B. programs
  • Infertility
  • Irridated food
  • Jets, Winnipeg (Save The Jets campaign)
  • "Kids on C.J.O.B."
  • Kiziuk, Jeremy

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3 Correspondence and Subject Files: L-R

  • Lafrance, Jeanne Victoria
  • Lawyers
  • Lemke, Reinhold
  • Lotteries Corporation
  • Louisiana Pacific
  • Manitoba Metis Federation & aboriginal issues
  • Martin, Gordon
  • Martin, W. Steward
  • Melrose Coffee
  • McGonigal, Pearl & Marvin
  • McLean, William "Big Bear's" diary
  • Midwifery
  • Military
  • Murder - women
  • Nicol, Charles
  • Nixon, Richard Milhous
  • Norrie, William, Q.C.
  • O'Brien, Pauline (eulogy)
  • Olson, Clifford
  • Open line programs on other stations
  • Parenting
  • Petitions
  • Pollock, Natalie
  • Police - Winnipeg
  • Postal - Canada Post
  • Prime Minister - Rt. Hon. Jean Chretien
  • Racism
  • Realist Party
  • Reform Party
  • Remand Centre
  • Restaurants - Winnipeg
  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
  • Riel petition
  • Riel, Louis David

BoxFolder
4 Correspondence and Subject Files: S-Z

  • Scams, fraud artists
  • Scientology, Church of
  • Seniors' issues
  • Sexual abuse
  • Shirley, Hugh
  • Social assistance
  • Sports
  • Stewner, Bruce (murderer)
  • Styles, Gerry
  • Suicide
  • Swan River, MB
  • Thank you cards and letters
  • Ternette, Nick & Emily
  • Thompson, Mayor Susan Anne
  • Toole-Mitchell, Rev. Karen
  • Transcona-Springfield School Division
  • Transportation, Dept. of (Manitoba)
  • University of Manitoba general
  • University of Manitoba faculty strike 1995
  • V Correspondence
  • Violence - street, gangs, drugs
  • Warren, Peter William - miscellaneous
  • Workers Compensation Board
  • Winnipeg-In-The Nineties (WIN)
  • Wozniewich-McKenzie, Gabrielle (Gabby)
  • Young offenders

BoxFolder
5 Peter Warren Editorials on C.J.O.B., 1993-1996
News clippings re: PeterWarren, 1969-1993
BoxFolder
6 Peter Warren's program schedules, 1991-1994
Columns by Peter Warren, 1993-1995

  • Winnipeg Sun
  • Syndicated weeklies
  • Weekly
  • Seniors Today

Grand Forks Herald (N. Dakota), 1988-1994
News clippings re: Peter Warren, [ 1994-1995 ]
C.J.O. B. advertisements featuring Peter Warren, 1971-1974

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A.97-79 (Mss 87), 1968-1997

This fonds consists correspondence (including e-mail), newspaper articles, and personal notes. Correspondents include radio listeners of Mr. Warren's radio program, CJOB's Action Line.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence
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1 May 1992- November 1996
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2 December 1996-May 1997
BoxFolder
3 May 1997-January 1998
BoxFolder
Scripts of Aired Warren Editorials
BoxFolder
4 3 files, 1997
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Peter Warren Editorials on Radio CJOB, "One Man's Opinion"
BoxFolder
4 3 files, 1996
BoxFolder
Clippings, etc. re: Peter Warren
BoxFolder
4 2 files, 1996
3 files, 1997
BoxFolder
Peter Warren Columns for the "Winnipeg Sun"
BoxFolder
4 1996
1997
BoxFolder
4 Peter Warren, "Seniors Today" Column
BoxFolder
4 1996
1997
BoxFolder
Peter Warren Columns for Weekly Newspapers
BoxFolder
4 1996
1997
BoxFolder
4 !997 Winnipeg Flood
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5 Spiral-bound memo/note books used for research notes, ca 1995-97
BoxFolder
Legal Cases
BoxFolder
5 Chymyshyn vs. Aldinger construction Ltd.
Krivoshea vs. Red River Ex
Pfaff vs. Performax Systems Ltd.
Nagler vs. Chabidon
Harvey vs. Remillard
Bryks vs. CBC adn CNN
Hardwick vs. The Government of Manitoba
John Loring Patrick Sinclair vs. The Law Society Act
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Correspondence and Subject Files
BoxFolder
5 Chaulk - Morrisette "Insanity Plea"
Bear Safe
Child and Family Services
Conductive Education
Dead-Beat Dads
Doctor's Sex Abuse
Milgaard, David
Sheard, Willy
Styles, Gerry
Missing Person: Cathy Lynn Williams
Police, Winnipeg
Scams, Fraud Artists
Chadderton, Cliff
War Babies
WBG Ltd.
BoxFolder
5 Congratulations to Peter Warren on 5 000 Radio Programs
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5 Peter Warren's Record Breaking 6 000 Program
BoxFolder
5 Congratulations to Peter Warren re: WAB "Broadcaster of the Year Award, 1997
BoxFolder
Miscellaneous Material - Books
BoxFolder
6 Winnipeg, 1874-1974 (signed by Peter Warren)
V Pan-American Games, Winnipeg, Canada (signed "To Peter Warren, City Editor, Winnipeg Tribune, S.J.")
Plum Coulee, 60th Anniversary, 1901-1961
Morgentaler: A Difficult Hero, (Peter Warren mentioned on page 204)
Where Children Run, (Forward by Peter Warren)
First Generation, (Peter Warren mentioned on pages 336-337, 359 and 383)
The Way We Were: A Look at Life in Brandon as it used to be, 1900 to 1920

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A.98-23 (Mss 87), 1992-1998

Correspondence and various files, 1992-1998

BoxFolder
Miscellaneous Correspondence
BoxFolder
51 1992-1997

Box 1-4 (audio-tapes - TC 62, A.98-23)

2 September 1997
3 October 1997
4 November 1997
5 December 1997
6-7 January 1998
8 re: Jeff Giles, January 1998
9-10 February 1998
11-12 March 1998
13-14 April 1998
15-16 May 1998
17 n.d. 1998
18 Miscellaneous Correspondence not addressed to Peter Warren, 1998
BoxFolder
Various Files
BoxFolder
61 Notebook, 1998
2 Hutterite Investigation file, September -October 1997
3 Priests Dismissal file, March 1998
4 Lees Murder file, 1998
5 Mr. Canada Complaints file, May-June 1997
6-7 Dr. Seshia Dismissal file, August-October, 1997
8 Sexual Harassment file, 1996-97
9 Winnipeg Sun Columns, January-May 1998
10 Grand Forks Herald Columns, January 1995-May 1998
11 Warren's Weekly Syndicated Columns, January-May 1998
12 Seniors Today Columns, January-June 1998

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Tc 62 (A.98-23), 1996-1998

The audio-tapes include interviews with Premier Gary Filmon and various editorials and interviews conducted by Mr. Warren.

BoxFolder
Premier Filmon and Warren
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11 April 12, 1996
2 April 18, 1996
3 April 25, 1996
4 May 2, 1996
5 May 9, 1996
6 May 23, 1996
7 June 6, 1996
8 September 19, 1996
9 September 26, 1996
10 October 4, 1996
11 October 10, 1996
12 October 17, 1996
13 October 24, 1996
14 November 15, 1996
15 November 21, 1996
16 November 28, 1996
17 March 14, 1997
18 March 20, 1997
19 March 27, 1997
20 April 10, 1997
21 April 18, 1997
22 April 24, 1997
23 May 1, 1997
24 May 8, 1997
25 May 15, 1997
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21 June 5, 1997
2 June 12, 1997
3 June 19, 1997
4-5 June 26, 1997
6 March 12, 1998
7 March 19, 1998
8 March 26, 1998
9 April 9, 1998
10 April 16, 1998
11 April 23, 1998
12 April 30, 1998
13 May 7, 1998
14 May 14, 1998
15 May 21, 1998
16 May 28, 1998
17 911 Calls, 1998
18 Wartime Romance, n.d.
19 L. Mustard takes off Warren - snowmobile, 1998
20 "Where are they now", October 6, 1991-December 1991
21 "Victorious Living in a Godless World" Fr. Thomas Hopko
BoxFolder
Warren Gossips
BoxFolder
222 June 28, 1995
23 July 5, 1995
BoxFolder
31 January 5, 1996
2 January 12, 1996
3 January 26, 1996
4 February 9, 1996
5 February 16, 1996
6 March 8, 1996
7 March 15, 1996
8 March 22, 1996
9 March 29, 1996
10 April 12, 1996
11 April 18, 1996
12 April 26, 1996
13 May 3, 1996
14 May 10, 1996
15 May 17, 1996
16 May 24, 1996
17 June 7, 1996
18 June 14, 1996
19 June 21, 1996
20 July 12, 1996
21 July 19, 1996
22 August 2, 1996
23 August 23, 1996
24 September 6, 1996
25 September 13, 1996
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41 September 27, 1996
2 October 4, 1996
3 October 11, 1996
4 October 18, 1996
5 October 25, 1996
6 November 22, 1996
7 November 29, 1996
8 December 13, 1996
9 December 20, 1996
10 January 17, 1997
11 January 24, 1997
12 February 7, 1997
13 March 7, 1997
14 March 21, 1997
15 April 4, 1997
16 April 11, 1997
17 April 18, 1997
18 April 25, 1997
19 May 2, 1997
20 May 16, 1997
21 May 30, 1997
22 June 13, 1997
23 June 20, 1997
24 June 27, 1997

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A.98-59 (Mss 87), 1981-1998

This accession consists of research subject files and correspondence.

BoxFolder
Subject Files
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1 Manitoba Properties Inc., 1986-87
Manitoba Skeptics, UFO'S, 1988-89
Maples: Hearing Problems, 1990
Marshall Institute, 1986-87
Martin, Paul, 1989
McKenzie - Papineau - Spanish Civil War, N.D.
McMurdo/Brew, 1988
Media, 1986-87
Medical Cuts, 1988
Mendelsohn, Dr. Robert, 1982
Mental Health, 1986
Midwives, 1983
Middle Income Earners of Canada, 1988
Milgaard, David, 1986-1990

includes cassette tape

Miscarriage Group, 1985
Missing People, 1990
Moore, Russell, 1986-1988
Mosquito Control, 1986
Manitoba Telephone System, Questionnaire, 1988
MTS/MTX Scandal, 1986
Multiculturalism, 1987
Multiple Personality Disorders, 1987
Mr. Chips - Bison, 1987
National Anthem, n.d.
Natives, 1990
North Portage Development, 1983 - 1990
Nuclear Energy, 1968-1985
Nuclear Waste, 1986
Nursing Homes, 1986
Official Languages, 1987
Olson, Clifford, 1982-1988
Ombudsman - Gordon Earle, 1981-1986
One Nation - One Language, 1986
Parking Tickets, 1989-90
Patients, 1985-86
Pawley, Premier Howard, 1986-88
PCB's, 1985-88
Pension Claw back, 1989
Pensions and Pensioners, 1979-88
Perjury, 1988
Pharmacists, 1987
Poaching, 1985-87
Pointts Advisory Ltd., 1989
Population, 1984-86
Pornography, 1990
Post Office, 1989
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2 Potash, 1985
Press Council, 1984
Roads, 1983-85
Rohatensky, Sylvia, 1991
Roofing Wages, 1990
Ross, Cohen - Abusive Conduct of Manitoba Lawyers and Judges in a Family Law Case, 1988
Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 1983-1990
Rushton, Phillipe - Racism, 1989
Russell, Grant, 1986
Russia, 1984-85
Salvation Army, 1989
Satellite Dishes, 1991
Sclerdorema, 1984-85
Scollin, John - Conduct of Justice, n.d.
S.E.A. Inc. (Seafood Enterprise and Associates), 1992
Seal Hunt, 1983-84
Seat Belts, 1987
Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 1983-86
Shriners, 1987
Slum Landlords, 1989-91
Small Claims Court, 1984
Smith, Russell - Home Care Death, 1988
Snowbird Travel Insurance, 1988
Sophonow, Thomas - Wrongly Accused of Murder, 1985-86
South Africa, 1987
Stockwell, John - former CIA, 1977-79
Sunday Shopping, 1986-90
Supreme Court - Decisions, 1989
Survival Games, 1984
Tax Information, 1986-88
Research Tax Credit Schemes, 1986
Terlecki, Eleanor - Medical Malpractice, 1985
Ternette, Nick - Privacy Cases, 1986-90
Ticketgate - Dewar Review, 1988
Thalidomide - War Amps, 1987-89
Tough Love, 1984-85
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3 Tourette's Syndrome, 1987
Tourism, 1984-86
Transplants, 1983-86
Travltips - Cruise & Freighter Travel Assoc., 1991-92
Trees -Dutch Elm Disease, 1987
Trudeau, Pierre Elliot, 1984
Turks & Caicos Islands, 1987
Tyson, Dr. John, 1982
Ukrainians - John Demjanjuk Case, 1986-87
Unemployment Insurance Commission, 1988-1989
United Nations, 1986
United States, 1987
Universities, 1986-89
Urea Formaldehyde, 1981-82
U.S. Customs, 1987
Value Added Tax (VAT), 1985-86
Via Rail, 1979-87
War Amps, 1987-89
War Records - Poppy/Remembrance Campaign, 1990
Water Supply, 1989
Weather - Earhquake/Water Shortage, 1984-86
Weather, 1988
Welfare, 1981-85
Western Independence Party, 1988
Wilson, Bob - MLA - Drug Charges, 1979-83
Winnipeg Home Owners Association, 1986
Winnipeg Police Dept., 1982-90
Winter Road System, 1987-88
Right to Work, 1978
World - 2010, 1985
York Factory, 1988
Youth, 1984-86
Women: Law - Manitoba Action Committee on the Status of Women, 1984-87
Abused Women, 1984-87
Watches and Witchcraft, 1991
Winnipeg, Humane Society, 1991
Victims of Crime, 1985-88
Voodoo, n.d.
Vosper Family - son injured at Portage Home, 195-86
Trucking, 1985
Storm Contacts, 1986-87
Storm Programs, 1985
Stubble Burning, 1989
Sexual Harassment, 1991
Prostitution and Pornography, 1983-87
Prostitution - "John's", 1991
Parks, 1988
Oriental Gangs, 1987
The Compassionate Friends Inc. and Canada Post - Publication Mail Privileges, 1991-92
Performax Systems (Pat & Clifford Phillips), 1992-95
Indictment - Queen vs. Jeffery D. Wackert and Daniel R. Crothers, December 5, 1996
Frank, Dennis Roy - Criminal Case, 1996
Manitoba Health - Insured Benefits Branch, November - December, 1997
Holiday Haven Persona Care Home, 1995-98
Schnitzer Case, 1995-98
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4 Ann Stansell Case - Tenancy Case, 1997-98
Thorogood, Joan Beryl vs. St. Boniface General Hospital, 1997-98
St. Vital School Division, 1998
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 1998
Proceedings: Queen vs. Gary Francis Moyer, January 16, 1998
Warren notebook, n.d.
Letters Aired, 1993-94
Kids Correspondence, 1997
BoxFolder
Miscellaneous Correspondence
BoxFolder
4 January - March,1998
April - May, 1998
June, 1998
July, 1998
August, 1998
September, 1998
October, 1998
Undated, c. May - Oct. 1998
Thank you, Congratulations, Good Bye Cards, c. October 1998
Good-bye letters, undated, c. 1998
BoxFolder
5 Weekly Summaries, 1995-96
Warren Promo Shots - For Air, 1997
1998
Warren Editorials - One Man's Opinion, January - May, 1998
June - October, 1998
Weekly Wrap-ups, January - October, 1998
BoxFolder
5 Peter Warren - Clippings, etc., 1998

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Tc 62 (A.98-59) 1988-1998

The audio-tapes includes interviews conducted by Peter Warren, 911 calls, Phone Scam, and Action Line recordings.

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5no.1 Anne Campbell - abusive relationship, c. 1998
no.2 Laurie Mustard - take off on Warren, n.d.
no.3 Warren interview - Stanley Knowles, n.d.
no.4 Warren interview - Shaw Rebchuk, October 6, 1988
no.5 Warren - phone call - Tony - Glenn Helm & Viodine (Markhill Insurance/Sovereign General Insurance), n.d.
no.6 Warren & Tiny Tim (Tony) - duet of Tip Toe through the Tulips, n.d.
no.7 911 calls, n.d.
no.8 911 calls, n.d.
no.9 911 calls, n.d.
Bell Baines/Blair Short - discussing Canadian Wheat Board and agricultural issues
no.11 Singing - Remembering the Flood of 1997- to the tune, "Oh Lord, its Hard to be Humble", lyrics by Robert Harvey, c.1997
no.12 Interview - David Sweener, lawyer, non-Smokers Rights Association, Ottawa, n.d.
no.13 Warren - phone call with Henry Theissen - daughter left town abandoned husband and child, February, 1994
no.14 Phone Scam - Roscoe Raintree, August, 1996
no.15 Phone Scam - Ira, n.d.
no.16 Warren interview - Parick Martin, International Carpenters Union - oranization of Palliser Furniture
no.17 Action Line - Warren not aired - foul language parody, n.d.
no.18 Action Line - Warren - Runaway Kids, April 17, 1991
no.19 Action Line - Psoriasis medication
no.20 Action Line - Class of 2000 - four students - Grant Park High School, June 6, 1997
no.21 Action Line - Anxiety disorder, n.d.
no.22 Action Line - Kathy Graham - Dieting, n.d.
no.23-24 Frank Walters - St. Andrew's local historian -Bungee dialect - Things I heard along the Road, Red River Music, n.d.
no.25 Ombudsman Report - Revision of the Child Services Act - Kari Simpsons/Rolf Mair, n.d.
no.26 Warren interview - Daniel Hammond - Performax System Ltd. - outstanding lawsuits, n.d.
no.27 Warren - Action Line Roundup, n.d.
no.28 Action Line Song
no.29 Action Line - 5 000th show - comment by McCourt, April 13, 1992
no.30 Action Line - Cameron Kerley Surrender, May 29, 1991
no.31 Warren interview with Premier Gary Filmon, June 5, 1998
no.32 June 11, 1998
no.33 June 18, 1998
no.34 Warren interview with Muhammed Ali, n.d.
no.35

2 reel of reel audio-tapes

no.36 Warren interview with John Barber - Globe & Mail re: article on decline of traditional working class neighbourhoods in Toronto, n.d.

reel to reel

no.37 Speech by Justice Samuel Freedom to the Appraisal Institute of Canada - on professions, n.d.

reel to reel

Video Pig Farming - Humane Farming Association, n.d.

18 minutes

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A.00-32 (Mss 87), 1998-2000

The accession primarily consists of correspondence to Peter Warren through his radio shows. Also included are newspaper clippings, information about his induction to the Broadcaster's Hall of Fame, and various writings by Peter Warren.

BoxFolder
Correspondence
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11 January 1999
2 December 1999
3-4 Farewell to Warren, 1998
5-10 Re: Coast to Coast WIC Radio Network Program, 1999
BoxFolder
21-3 Re: Coast to Coast WIC Radio Network Program, 1999
4-8 CKNW, Vancouver and Coast to Coast WIC Radio Program, 1999
BoxFolder
31-7 Re: Warren National Radio Program, 2000
BoxFolder
41-7 Re: Warren National Radio Program, 2000
BoxFolder
51-7 Re: Warren National Radio Program, 2000
BoxFolder
61-2 Re: Warren National Radio Program, 2000
3 "Best Christmas Story Ever" Contest CKNW Vancouver, 1999-2000
4 The Fraser Institute to Warren, 1999
5-7 Letters to Peter Warren, 1999
BoxFolder
71 Letters to Peter Warren, 1999
BoxFolder
Newspaper Clippings,
BoxFolder
72 Last Day Worked
3 Re: Warren CKNW Vancouver and Coast to Coast Radio Program WIC Network, 1998-99
4 Re: Warren CKNW Vancouver and Coast to Coast Radio Program WIC Network, 1999
5-6 Clippings and Correspondence re: Warren, 2000
BoxFolder
Broadcast Hall of Fame 1999
BoxFolder
77 Induction into Broadcast Hall of Fame, 1999
BoxFolder
Editorials for National Network
BoxFolder
78 January - March 1999
9 April - July 1999
10 August - December 1999
BoxFolder
Material about or including Peter Warren
BoxFolder
8A Reckoning of Angels

Book

A Mother's Story

Book

Warren Tribute, November 1999

Video - 2 minutes 4 seconds

Series "Where are These Women?"

Mini Discs

Canadian Association of Broadcasters' Annual Convention Program
Miscellaneous laser prints

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A.01-12 (Mss 87) 2000-2001

The accession consists of Warren's editorial comments for his National Radio show and letters from and occasionally to his listeners for the years 2000 & 2001. The fonds also contains research material sent to Warren to use on his show. Some correspondence dealing with Thomas Sophonow and Betty Granger will be of particular interest to Manitobans.

BoxFolder
Correspondence & Editorials for Radio Show
BoxFolder
11 Warren's on air editorial commentaries for the year 2000
2 Faxes, Emails & letters for National Radio Show, 1998 - June 2000
3 July 2000
4 August 2000
BoxFolder
21 September 2000
2 October 200
3 November 2000
BoxFolder
31 December 2000
2 Warren's editorials, January - September 2001
3 Faxes, Emails & letters for National Radio Show, January 1-15, 2001
4 January 16-31, 2001
BoxFolder
41 February 2001
2 March 2001
3 April 1-15, 2001
4 April 16-30, 2001
BoxFolder
51 May 1-15, 2001
2 May 16-31, 2001
3 June 1-15, 2001
4 June 16-30, 2001
5 July 1-15, 2001
BoxFolder
61 July 16-31, 2001
2 August 1-10, 2001
3 August 11-20, 2001
4 August 21-31, 2001
5 September 2001
BoxFolder
71 Letters to, from and about Warren, 2000-2001
BoxFolder
Research Material for Shows
BoxFolder
72 BC M.L.A. Rahim Jaffer impersonation research, March 2001
3 Financial Services Group Inc., research & correspondence, 2000
4 Illegal drugs reports & research
5 Research on youth offenders, 2001
6 Court documents re: Erhard Contracting Ltd. & Kingston Hotel, 1999
7 Home support research, 2000
8 Shot at Dawn research, 2001
9 Lloyd Lackey's Workmen's Compensation Board file, 1998-2000
BoxFolder
81 Research on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, 2000
2Research Hidden from History the Canadian Holocaust, 2001
3 Research Farmers for Justice, 2001
4 Patricia Lesoway legal files, 2001
5 Research on Gaming Policy Secretariat, 1999
6 Research re: Robert Mindell's "Nobel Prize", 2000
7 Research Re: B.C. Disability Benefits Level II, 1999
8 Research re: Manitoba Alliance candidate Betty Granger, 2000
BoxFolder
Susan Pierce Jensen's Legal Files
BoxFolder
91-2 Legal files, 2000
3 Legal files & correspondence, 2001
BoxFolder
Books, Magazine, Articles, Photographs, Audio & Video Cassettes
BoxFolder
101Reader's Digest article "Wilder Penefield Explorer of the Human Brain", 1958
2Photographing Canada from Flying Canoes. S. Bernard Show, Central Store Publishing, 2001
3Talkers Magazine, April 2001
4Airforce, Summer 2001
5 Tapes sent to Warren about Dr. Horowitz, 1999
6 Tape sent by Lloyd Lackey, 2001
7 Al Simmon's CD with Warren's voice as radio announcer, 2000
8 Shot at Dawn, 2001

Videocassette

9 Photographs sent by listeners, 2000

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A.02-01 (Mss 87) August 2001-September 2002
BoxFolder
Editorials and Clippings
BoxFolder
11 Warren's on Air Editorials, October-December 2001
2 January-May, 2002
3 June-September, 2002
4 "Warren for Mair.2" Editorials CKNW, January-February 2002
5 May 2002
6 "Warren for Mair.1", August 2002
7 Clippings, letters about Warren; CKNW time tables, August-October 2001
8 Clipping, letters, etc. about Warren, November-December, 2001
9 January-February 2002
10 March-July, 2002
BoxFolder
Correspondence
BoxFolder
21 "Warren on the Weekend" National Program, August 23-September 8, 2001
2 September 9-14, 2001
3 September 14-16, 2001
4 September 17-27, 2001
5 September 29-30, 2001
6 October 1-7, 2001
7 October 8-13, 2001
8 October 14-18, 2001
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31 October 19-31, 2001
2 November 1-5, 2001
3 November 6-7, 2001
4 November 8-10, 2001
5 November 11-14, 2001
6 November 15-16, 2001
7 November 17-19, 2001
8 November 20-21, 2001
BoxFolder
41 November 22-30, 2001
2 December 1-8, 2001
3 December 9-18, 2001
4 December 21, 2001- January 2, 2002
5 January 2-12, 2002
6 January 14-17, 2002
7 January 18-19, 2002
8 January 20-22, 2002
BoxFolder
51 January 23-24, 2002
2 January 25-26, 2002
3 January 27-28, 2002
4 January 29-30, 2002
5 January 31, 2002
6 February 1-4, 2002
7 February 5-7, 2002
8 February 8-10, 2002
9 February 10-18, 2002
BoxFolder
61 February 19-24, 2002
2 March 2-5, 2002
3 March 9-16, 2002
4 March 17-18, 2002
5 March 19-25, 2002
6 March 26-31, 2002
7 April 1-10, 2002
8 April 11-15, 2002
9 April 19-21, 2002
10 April 22-30, 2002
11 May 2-7, 2002
BoxFolder
71 May 8-14, 2002
2 May 17-20, 2002
3 May 21-24, 2002
4 May 25-27, 2002
5 May 28-31, 2002
6 June 1-10, 2002
7 June 11-22, 2002
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81 June 23-30, 2002
2 July 1-12, 2002
3 July 13-20, 2002
4 July 21-31, 2002
5 August 1-11, 2002
6 August 12-19, 2002
7 August 20-23, 2002
8 August 24-27, 2002
9 August 28-31, 2002
10 September 1, 2002
BoxFolder
9 Books

Warms, John. Over the Prison Wall. Fairford: Roviera Publishing, 2001

Quinn, Dick. Left for Dead. Minneapolis: R.F. Quinn Publishing Co., 1992

Harrison, Dick. Requiem for a Lightweight: Stockwell Day and Image Politics. Montreal: Balck Rose Books, 2002. (Autographed)

Emilson, Karen. Where Children Run. Ashern: Nordheim Books, 1997.

Colombo, J.R. Famous Lasting Words: Great Canadian Quotations. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2000.

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Tc 62 (A.02-1)

This accession consists of 1948 recording of Robert W.Service reading three of his poems, interview with Warren re: Freedom of Press; interview with Muhammed Ali and various Action Line recordings.

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101 Warren and Muhammed Ali
2 Music: I walk the line
3 Action Line: Dermatologists: Skin Cap (Shoppers, Charleswood)
4 Brodsky

(poor sound)

5 John Madden, 2 shows

(colorful language)

6 Red River Valley Music - Harmonica
7 Don and Colleen on N.C.I., re: Insulin

(see Cunningham, "Warren on the Weekend" correspondence, October 13, 2001)

8 Grey Cup flash back
9 Action Line: interview with Warren re: Freedom of Press; interview with Turner, Ottawa Citizen, CBC news; etc.
11 CBC news, c.1993
12 Music - Drums
13 Channel 5 news

(poor sound)

14 Newsweek, May 14, 2001 (see the correspondence file, February 2002)
15 1948 recording of Robert W. Service reading three of his poems: The Call of the Yukon; The Shooting of Dangerous Dan McGrew; The Cremation of Sam Magee
16 Ken Olson: Today's Revelation - Stewart BC
17 Norrie on (Warren's)Wedding

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A.03-03 (Mss 87) January 2002 - July 6, 2003

The accession consists of Warren’s editorial comments for his national radio show and letters from and occasionally to his listeners for year 2002 to July 2003. Some correspondence contains research material sent to Warren to use on his show.

Editorials
BoxFolder
11 List of Editorials, Jan.- Dec.2002
2 National Editorials - Corus Radio Network, October - December, 2002
3 National Editorials - Corus Radio Network, January - March, 2003
4 "Warren for Mair", Dec. 23 - 24, Dec. 17, 2002
5 "Warren for Mair", Aug. 19 - 23, 2002
6 "Warren for Mair (2)", CKNW, Jan. 11 - Feb. 21, 2003
7 "Warren for Mair (2)", CKNW, March 7, 2003, April 18, May 5 - 23, 2003
Clippings and letters, etc.
BoxFolder
18 re: Warren Personally, October - December, 2002
9 re: Warren Personally, August - October 1, 2002
10 re: Warren Personally, Dec. 29, 2002 - February 27, 2003
11 re: Warren Personally, March - June 9, 2003
Contests
BoxFolder
112 "Stupid Canadian Comments" on Air and Website, September - November, 2002
BoxFolder
21 "Songs and News", December 2002 - February 2003
2 "Limerick Contest", March 2003
3 BBC, London - Programs, February 26 - April 30, 2003
4 Tribute to Bernard Christophe
Correspondence
BoxFolder
25 Mike Boileau versa G.V.R.D.
6 Correspondence, August 25 - September 7, 2002
7 September 8 - 18, 2002
BoxFolder
31 September 19 - 30, 2002
2 October 1 - 6, 2002
3 October 10 - 20, 2002
4 October 21 - November 9, 2002
5 November 10 - 31, 2002
BoxFolder
41 December 1 - 15, 2002
2 December 16 - 28, 2002
3 January 1 - 9, 2003
4 January 10 - 15, 2003
5 January 17 - 20, 2003
BoxFolder
51 January 22 - 26, 2003
2 January 27 - 31, 2003
3 February 1 - 4, 2003
4 February 5 - 9, 2003
5 February 10 - 21, 2003
BoxFolder
61 February 22 - 28, 2003
2 March 1 - March 15, 2003
3 March 16 - 22, 2003
4 March 23 - 31, 2003
5 April 1 - 8, 2003
6 April 10 - 14, 2003
BoxFolder
71 April 16 - 29, 2003
2 May 1 - 9, 2003
3 May 10 - 13, 2003
4 May 14 - 16, 2003
5 May 17 - May 21, 2003
6 May 22 - May 25, 2003
BoxFolder
81 May 26, 2003
2 May 27 - 31, 2003
3 June 1 - 10, 2003
4 June 11 - 20, 2003
BoxFolder
91 June 21 - 25, 2003
2 June 26 - 30, 2003
3 July1 - 6, 2003

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TC 62 (A.03-03)
BoxFolder
1 1 Interview with the man that Peter Warren believes was the last to speak the Bungee Language (English, French, Cree) in Manitoba.

(tape)

2 Peter Warren's editorials from 2002

(CD)

3 The infamous "Jaffer Affair" in which an MP had his executive-assistant fake his voice on-air.

(CD)

4 Peter Warren - Programming

(3 mini-discs)

5 A song "I'm No Criminal" by Bill Humphries

(CD)

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A.04-01 (Mss 87) November 22, 2002 - March 7, 2004

The accession consists of Warren's editorials for his national, CKNW radio shows and his letters from and occasionally to his listeners for year 2002 to March 2004

Editorials
BoxFolder
11 List of National Editorials, [ January 2003 - December 2003 ]
2 National Editorials - Corus Radio Network, [ April - August 2003 ]
3 National Editorials - Corus Radio Network, [ September - December 2003 ]
4 "Warren on the Weekend", [ December 14, 2002 - June 29, 2003 ]
5 "Warren on the Weekend", [ July 5 - December 28, 2003 ]
6 "Warren for Mair 2", [ June 6 - July 4, 2003 ]
7 "Warren for Mair 2", [ July 21 - August 8, 2003 ]
8 "Warren for Good 2", [ December 22 - December 31, 2003 ]
9 "Warren for Good 2", [ January 19 - January 30, 2004 ]
10 "Warren for Mather" [ November 14, 2003 ]
Clippings and letters, etc.
BoxFolder
111 re: Warren Personally, [ June 14 - August 30, 2004 ]
12 re: Warren Personally, [ September - October 2003 ]
13 re: Warren Personally, [ November - December 2003 ]
Contests
BoxFolder
114 "Parrot Contest", [ September 2003 ]
15 "Parrot Contest" [ October 2003 ]
Correspondence
BoxFolder
116 [ November 22, 2002 ]
BoxFolder
21 "Scam of the Month" - Program with former RCMP insp. Bruce Bowie, [ March - May 2003 ]
2 "Scam of the Month" - Program with former RCMP insp. Bruce Bowie, [ June - September 2003 ]
3 "Scam of the Month" - Program with former RCMP insp. Bruce Bowie, [ October - November 2003 ]
4 "Scam of the Month" - Program with former RCMP insp. Bruce Bowie, [ December 2003 - February 4, 2004 ]
5 [ July 7 - July 17, 2003 ]
6 [ July 18 - July 22, 2003 ]
7 [ July 23 - July 31, 2003 ]
8 [ August 1 -August 6, 2003 ]
BoxFolder
31 [ August 7 - August 16, 2003 ]
2 [ August 17 - August 19, 2003 ]
3 [ August 20 - August 31, 2003 ]
4 [ September 1 - September 7, 2003 ]
5 [ September 8 - September 14, 2003 ]
6 [ September 15 - September 20, 2003 ]
7 [ September 21 - September 25, 2003 ]
8 [ September 26 - September 30, 2003 ]
BoxFolder
41 [ October 2 - October 12, 2003 ]
2 [ October 13 - October 31, 2003 ]
3 [ November 1 - November 12, 2003 ]
4 [ November 13 - November 19, 2003 ]
5 [ November 20 - November 30, 2003 ]
6 [ December 1 - December 20, 2003 ]
7 [ December 21 - December 31, 2003 ]
BoxFolder
51 [ January 1 - January 16, 2004 ]
2 [ January 17 - January 20, 2004 ]
3 [ January 21 - January 22, 2004 ]
4 [ January 23 -January 25, 2004 ]
5 [ January 26 - January 27, 2004 ]
6 [ January 28 - January 29, 2004 ]
7 [ January 30 - January 31, 2004 ]
BoxFolder
61 [ February 1 - February 7, 2004 ]
2 [ February 8 - February 13, 2004 ]
3 [ February 14 - February 20, 2004 ]
4 [ February 21 - February 26, 2004 ]
5 [ February 27 - February 29, 2004 ]
6 [ March 1 - March 7, 2004 ]
Books and tapes
BoxFolder
71 Software for your Brain by M. Hewitt-Gleeson - a letter dated August 18, 2003 []

(found in the sealed envelop)

2 Rise & Fall of a Political Animal: a Memoir by Sidney Green - a letter dated November 19, 2003

Correspondence - Sidney Green to Peter Warren

3George Formby's music - tape, includes correspondence dated February 7, 2003

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A.04-86 (Mss 87) February 28, 2004 - August 2, 2004

The accession consists of Warren's editorials for his national, CKNW radio shows and his letters from and occasionally to his listeners for year 2004

Editorials
BoxFolder
11 "Warren for Mather/Campbell", [ March 3-5, April 13-16, 2004 ]
2 "Warren for Good", [ May 4-14, June 30 - August, 2004 ]
Clippings and letters, etc.,
BoxFolder
13 re: Warren Personally, [ December 19 - February 29, 2004 ]
4 re: Warren Personally, [ March 2 - April 27, 2004 ]
5 re: Warren Personally, [ May 8 - May 28, 2004 ]
6 re: Warren Personally, [ February 28 - March 12, 2004 ]
Correspondence - "Warren on the Weekend"
BoxFolder
16 [ February 28 - March 12, 2004 ]
7 [ March 13 - March 14, 2004 ]
8 [ March 17 - March 31, 2004 ]
BoxFolder
21 [ April 1 - April 5, 2004 ]
2 [ April 9 - April 13, 2004 ]
3 [ April 14 - April 17, 2004 ]
4 [ April 18 - April 30, 2004 ]
5 [ May 1 - May 5, 2004 ]
6 [ May 6 - May 9, 2004 ]
7 [ May 10 - May 16, 2004 ]
8 [ May 17 - May 23, 2004 ]
BoxFolder
31 [ May 24 - May 30, 2004 ]
2 [ June 1 - June 12, 2004 ]
3 [ June 13 - June 18, 2004 ]
4 [ June 19 - June 24, 2004 ]
5 [ June 25 - June 30, 2004 ]
6 [ July 1 -July 4, 2004 ]
7 [ July 5 - July 10, 2004 ]
BoxFolder
41 [ July 11 - July 19, 2004 ]
2 [ July 20 - July 25, 2004 ]
3 [ July 26 - July 28, 2004 ]
4 [ July 29 - July 31, 2004 ]
5 [ August 1 - August 2, 2004 ]

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A.04-121 (Mss 87) 1994- November 21, 2004

The accession consists of newspaper clippings and letters about Peter Warren, editorials for his national open-line radio program every Saturday and Sunday on CKNW, and his correspondence from and occasionaly to his listeners for 2004.

Clippings and letters about Peter Warren
BoxFolder
11 [ 1994-1998 ]
2 [ 1998-2004 ]
List of Editorials
BoxFolder
13 [ January - December, 2004 ]
Editorials
BoxFolder
14 [ January - April, 2004 ]
5 [ May - August, 2004 ]
6 [ September - December, 2004 ]
7 "Warren for Mather", [ August 27, 2004 ]
8 Suggestions from Warren for "Black and White" (TV), [ 2000 ]
9 Weekly schedule - National open-line radio program, [ June 7 - October, 2004 ]
Clippings and letters, etc.,
BoxFolder
110 re: Warren Personally, [ June - August, 2004 ]
11 re: Warren Personally, [ September - November, 2004 ]
Correspondence - "National open-line radio program every Saturday and Sunday"
BoxFolder
21 [ June 28, 2004 ]
2 [ July 2 - August 10, 2004 ]
3 [ August 11 - August 20, 2004 ]
4 [ August 21 - August 31, 2004 ]
5 [ September 1 - September 10, 2004 ]
6 [ September 11 - September 20, 2004 ]
BoxFolder
31 [ September 21 - September 30, 2004 ]
2 [ October 1 - October 10, 2004 ]
3 [ October 11 - October 20, 2004 ]
4 [ October 21 - October 26, 2004 ]
5 [ October 27 - October 31, 2004 ]
6 [ November 1 - November 5, 2004 ]
BoxFolder
41 [ November 6 - November 10, 2004 ]
2 [ November 14 - November 21, 2004 ]
Subject Files
BoxFolder
43 "Scan of the Month", [ December 2003 - April, 2004 ]
4 "Scan of the Month", [ June - October, 2004 ]
5 Boxing regulations, pt.1, [ 1995-1999 ]
6 Boxing regulations, pt.2, [ 1995-1999 ]
7 Boxing regulations, pt.3, [ 1995-1999 ]
BoxFolder
51 Miralex Class Action, pt.1, [ 2001-2002 ]
2 Miralex Class Action, pt.2, [ 2001-2002 ]
3 HMCS Chicoutimi, [ October 2004 ]
4 Investigative Solutions, Inc., [ August 2004 ]
5 Microbitec Corporation - Beverage Certification Program, [ 2002-2004 ]
6 Methanol Incident - Medicine Hat Transit, [ 1995 - 2004 ]
7 EPREX -drug, [ March 19-24, 2003 ]
8 Charlie Nicol, [ May 1998 ]
9 New West Gypsum Recycling, [ 2001-2003 ]
10 Western Refederation Party of British Columbia, [ n.d. ]
BoxFolder
61 Fish Farms, [ November 2000 ]
2 Custody of Kids, [ July 2003 ]
3 Lisa Dillman, [ April 2, 2002 ]
4 Kevin Annett, [ April - June, 2001 ]
5 "Sidewinder" secrets, [ March 2003 ]
6 Dar Heatherington, [ May 2003 ]
7 Drug Addiction (Denyse), [ March 2002 ]
8 Dr. Terry Polevoy, [ September - October 2004 ]
9 Svend Robinson, [ October - November, 2003 ]
10 Children Choirs, [ January - February, 2004 ]
11 Jail Guards, [ June 2003 ]
12 Leo Knight, [ January 2004 ]
13 Anthony McLaughlin - Memorial Scholarship Fund, [ May - June, 2000 ]
14 Marlene Truscott, [ August 2003 ]
15 Bob Leslie, [ 1990 ]
16 Joe Gatt, [ April - December 2003 ]
Court Cases
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617 Catherine Kohut, [ 1997 ]
18 Jonathon Cascisa, [ 2000 ]
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71 Robert Latimer, [ 2001-2003 ]
2 Alberta Environmental Appeal Board, [ 1999-2001 ]
3 Naomi Margaret Ross, [ 2000-2003 ]
4 J.Y. Elliott, [ 1998-2004 ]
5 Patrick Kelly, [ 1994-2003 ]
Photographs
BoxFolder
76 "Save the Jets", [ April 27, 1995 ]

(8 photos)

Books:
BoxFolder
8 Gray, John. Paul Martin: In the Balance, [ 2004 ]
Moore, Dick. Opportunities in Acting Careers, [ 1998 ]

includes correspondence

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TC 62 (A.04-121)
BoxFolder
1

1. Wrongfully accused MLA (Robert Wilson) - 2 tapes

2. Ukuleles - Halifax (includes correspondence), 2004

3. Painful Deceptions: a video supplement to the book Painful Questions, An Analysis of the September 11th Attack , 2 CD's

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