Prime Minister's Correspondence (PMC) - mixed correspondence [multiple media]
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Prime Minister's Correspondence (PMC) - mixed correspondence [multiple media]Hierarchical level:Sub-seriesDate:1992-2015, predominant 2015.Reference:R16093-67044-X-EType of material:Textual material, Art, Photographs, Objects (including medals and pins)Found in:Archives / Collections and FondsItem ID number:5717442
Record Information – DetailsSub-series includes:69 lower level description(s)View lower level description(s)Date(s):1992-2015, predominant 2015.Place of creation:CanadaExtent:1.3 m of textual records.
7 photographs : col. prints.
2 optical discs (25 min).
1 watercolour : cardstock ; 7.5 x 12.5 cm.
1 plaque : invitation printed on plastic (acrylic).
1 magnet : black text on white background ; 5 x 13 cm.Language of material:EnglishScope and content:This sub-series mostly includes correspondence received during the election campaign in 2015, after which the Harper government was defeated. Correspondence that would normally fall into other categories (see the PMC Replied, PMC No Reply, and Special Messages & Greetings sub-series) was grouped into one general category, hence the title 'Mixed Correspondence'. This was likely the result of reduced PMO staff operations during the 2015 election campaign. Like other correspondence sub-series, the subjects covered reflect the news of the period covered (January to October 2015, but mainly September and October, i.e. the election period). Thus, discussions about issues such as immigration and refugees, security and terrorism, the niqab, assisted suicide, and abortion are all present in the mixed correspondence.Additional information:Source:Private
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