File consists of flyers and other promotional materials produced by the Public Information Office. These include, but are not limited to, materials related to: a College open house (March 1983), a public lecture series on environment issues in the Lower Mainland (1989), a Lee Maracle speaking event, a guide to PIO services, Arts and Entertainment events (Spring 1988), a faculty "yellow pages" (October 1990), a brochure related to College access for persons with disabilities, and the opening of the Thomas Haney Centre (October 1992).
File consists of materials created or collected by George Wootton pertaining to off campus education. These include correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, program information, and newsletters (including the Mad Hatter).
File consists of materials created or collected by George Wootton pertaining to programming offered at Haney Correctional Centre. These include correspondence, supporting documents, and reports, including a report to the Minister of Education outlining the College's plan to offer vocational training programs at the correctional centre.
File consists of materials created or collected by George Wootton pertaining to post-secondary education in Ontario. This includes correspondence between planning officer Hank Naylor and the Ontario Department of Colleges and Universities, a copy of "New Dimensions", and newspaper clippings.