Newsletter Archive

Welcome to our Newsletter Archives

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We're glad you found us here in the basement. Please forgive the dust, but this is the place where old newsletters go to retire. We never throw any away because each one contains nuggets of information that may help future researchers.

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Note: links may be broken due to the age of the material and web restructuring.

Updates:

Scroll down to view the complete editions of the HKVA newsletters issued from 1977 to 1982 Roll Call and Tenko, added in September 2023.

National

BC

 

Alberta/Saskatchewan

Manitoba

Ontario (all PDF PDF )

Quebec

 

 

Maritimes

HKVA(Quebec/Maritimes Branch) (all PDF PDF )

Thanks to Phil Doddridge, RRC, and Tom Eden we now have scanned copies of the newsletters published from 1993 to 2001. Interesting reading!

 

HKVA (BC Branch) - "Roll Call" (all PDF PDF )

Independent - "Tenko" (PDF PDF )

(each file is approx 5MB in size)

RollCall1_1.pdf (1977)
RollCall1_2.pdf (1977)
RollCall2_1.pdf (1978)
RollCall2_2.pdf (1978)
RollCall2_3.pdf (1978)
RollCall2_4.pdf (1978)
RollCall3_1.pdf (1979)
RollCall3_2.pdf (1979)
RollCall3_3.pdf (1979)
RollCall3_4.pdf (1979)
RollCall4_1.pdf (1980)

tenko1_1.pdf (1981)
tenko1_2.pdf (1981)
tenko1_3.pdf (1981)
tenko1_4.pdf (1981)
tenko2_1.pdf (1982)
tenko2_2.pdf (1982)
tenko2_3.pdf (1982)
tenko2_4.pdf (1982)

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