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The Erindalian was established in 1968 for the purpose of presenting news and opinions relevant to the Erindale College community; celebrating the achievements of community members; and fostering communication between all levels of the College.
The Erindale College Heritage Collection includes photographs taken by the campus photographers from 1967 to 1998 and documents the history of campus life and the activities of students, staff, and faculty.
The Rafael Platero Paz Papers are comprised of thousands of photographic negatives and paper prints, photography equipment, and materials from his life and work in the banana zones of Honduras and with the Salavadoran Consulate in Honduras.
The South Asian Oral Histories in Peel Project investigates the histories of South Asian residents of the Region of Peel in Ontario, Canada to tell the stories of people and migration, food and businesses, arts and entertainment that make Mississauga and Brampton vibrant and multicultural spaces.
The Syd Bolton Collection includes almost 14,000 video games, hundreds of consoles and peripherals, and over 5,000 magazines and print materials from the last 50 years in North America.
Collection of vascular plant specimens from Ontario, Québec, and the Canadian high Arctic for biodiversity research, and administered by the Department of Biology at the University of Toronto Mississauga.
This United Fruit Company Papers contains nearly two thousand pages of documents generated by the Company from about 1912–1982, which reveal the history of capitalism through the production and consumption of a single commodity, the banana.