The Municipal Archives Interest Group (MAIG) holds an annual meeting each Fall and also publishes MAIGazine, a newsletter focused on municipal archives issues. 

Name    Position 
 Brenda Hicock  Chair
 Gillian Shaw  Vice-Chair
 Gina Dewaele  Secretary/Treasurer

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  • 21 Aug 2012 9:43 PM | Danielle Robichaud

    Check out the latest issue of the MAIG Newsletter - MAIGazine Issue 8 - Please note, members will need to be logged into their accounts in order to access this document.

    MAIG Newsletter No. 8 

  • 21 Aug 2012 9:42 PM | Danielle Robichaud

    This year’s MAIG Open House will be held on October 26th, 2012 at the new County of Oxford Archives located in Woodstock, ON. The morning will be dedicated to a presentation by Iona McCraith, Preservation Consultant, and Carolynn Bart-Riedstra, Archives Advisor on “Building or Renovating your Archives”. The afternoon will include a tour of our new facilities and the yearly MAIG meeting to discuss what is happening with Municipal archives across the province. Lunch will be provided at $20/person. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Liz Mayville, Secretary-Treasurer by October 5th. Liz can be contacted by email: or by telephone: 519-539-9800 ext 3071.

    We hope to see you there!

  • 21 Sep 2011 9:44 PM | Danielle Robichaud

    MAIG Open House

    Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre

    33 Victoria Street North

    Southampton, ON

    Join us for an information session entitled

    “In the Eye of the Storm:

    Emergency Preparedness and Response for Archives”

    with Iona McCraith, AAO Archives Advisor


    Jenna Leifso, Archives Research Assistant,
    Huron County Museum & Historic Goal

  • 02 Jun 2010 9:46 PM | Danielle Robichaud

    In the fall of each year, the members of MAIG host an open house at a model municipal archives in the province. Municipal officials and the general public are invited for an inside look at such a program in the hopes that this will foster interest in the development of similar programs throughout the province. It is also an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the host institution. Municipal archivists are, furthermore, on-site to answer any questions.

    Since 1999, the following institutions have served as host of this event:
    1999 – Simcoe County Archives
    2000 – Stratford – Perth Archives
    2001 – City of Cambridge Archives
    2002 – Peterborough Centennial Museum and Archives
    2003 – Wellington County Museum and Archives
    2004 – Kawartha Lakes Records and Archives Facility
    2005 – Grey Roots Museum and Archives
    2006 - Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre
    2007 - Dufferin County Museum and Cultural Centre
    2008 - Elgin County Archives
    2009 - Peterborough Museum and Archives
    2010 - Wellington County Museum

    Keep an eye out in Off The Record and please join us in 2011 for this annual event.

  • 13 May 2010 9:47 PM | Danielle Robichaud

    Mandate: To provide a forum for discussion of matters affecting municipal archives, to promote the development of archives in municipalities, and to complete special projects of interest to MAIG and the AAO.

    For more information, please contact the chairperson, Mary Charles at

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