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Phase I (2017) material was transferred by USB by project coordinator Nancy Angus in December 2017. Documents had been produced or gathered by her through the course of the project.
Phase II (2019) material was transferred by dropbox by project coordinator Nancy Angus in June 2020. Documents were produced or gathered by her through the course of the project. Shaw Cable videos were downloaded directly by the Archives and incorporated.
Scope and content
Fonds consists of the records of the Age Friendly Giants project, initially conducted in 2017 through Age Friendly Thunder Bay and StoryCentre Canada. This project provided a digital storytelling workshop to 10 older adults, with a focus on neighbourhoods, communities, and aging at home. Results of the projects included 10 videos produced by the participants, posters and tip sheets, and several public events.
Phase II of Age Friendly Giants took place in 2019. Phase II included the development of an education kit to accompany the Phase I videos, Tea Talks held throughout the summer to develop community, the concluding Giants Castle event in October to share information about aging at home, and various media including cable television programs.
Phase I records include videos and handouts, as well as project documentation. Phase II records include project documentation, videos, and material produced for participants.
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For Phase II: records were arranged into one level of folders by function.
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