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Records of the Executive Committee
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CA ON00357 2000-2
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62 cm of textual records
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The Executive Committee held it's first meeting on October 23, 1890 and was appointed by the Board of Regents to complete the federation with the University of Toronto. The Committee was reorganized in 1914, when the powers of the Buildings and Grounds, Faculty, and Finance Committees were absorbed. The Bursar acted as Secretary.
The Executive Committee has the power and authority to coordinate management of the University's resources, including planning for its future development. The Executive Committee has authority to act for the Board in relation to all matters arising between regular meetings of the Board. The Chairman of the Board of Regents is also the Chairman of the Executive Committee.
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Series consists of reports and correspondence of the Secretary, minutes of the Executive Committee (included are minutes of the Committees on Buildings and Grounds, Faculty, and Finance) and related material.
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Records are transferred from the Bursar's Office.
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Records are restricted for 20 years after their creation in keeping with relevant access and privacy legislation. Records containing personal information are restricted for 100 years. For information on access, please contact the Archivist.