The work of the After the Asylum Project uncovered some important archival collections from the deinstitutionalization era which are presented here. These augment Robert Menzies’ BC material on the history of madness and its intersections with the criminal justice system and links to important related archival collections located elsewhere.
If this material is to be used in a published form that renders it publicly available, permission to use this material must be sought from Madness Canada. Classroom, conference or personal use does not require our permission.
Finding aids are being created to facilitate the use of our archival collections and will be posted as they are completed.
Click on the items in the right hand menu to explore our archival collections.