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City Council committee reports

Series consists of reports to City Council by various committees. Prior to the implementation of the committee system in 1885, ad hoc committees were common, and their reports were recorded in the Council minutes (CR-0001).

The reports began to be numbered in 1891. These numbers were used as references in the indexes: the record of reports of committees (CR-0005) and the topical indexes (CR-0015). A chronological item-level descriptive list provides some subject access to the reports for 1885 to 1892.

There are gaps in this series for the first half of 1887, the first half of 1888 and all of 1890.

Victoria (B.C.). City Council

Committee of the Whole agendas

Series consists of agendas of this special committee of Council, which serves as a forum for Councillors to consider and discuss various issues in a less formal manner than Council meetings themselves permit. The series includes a variety of correspondence, reports, and other materials that provide the background material for discussion.

Victoria (B.C.). Committee of the Whole

Liquor Licencing Advisory Committee records

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, reports, agendas, and minutes of this committee charged by Council with developing, reviewing, and advising on policies and procedures pertaining to the issuance of liquor licences.

Victoria (B.C.). Liquor Licencing Advisory Committee

Record of reports of City Council committees

Series consists of a listing of committee reports to Council.

Arranged by file number but not date or subject, although there is a brief subject description of each committee report. For subject access to reports from 1914-1974, see the topical index (CR-0015)

Victoria (B.C.). City Council

WAVE Committee records

Series consists of correspondence, reports, notes, and attendance lists of this informal group of City staff and management brought together by City Manager, Joe Martinago, to discuss ways to improve the workplace.

Victoria (B.C.). City Manager's Office