Object is a plaque listing all the members of the House of Commons for the 28th Parliament under the leadership of Pierre Elliot Trudeau. The plaque is gold with black lettering and features Canada's coat of arms on the top centre.
Object is a plaque listing all the members of the House of Commons for the 27th Parliament under the leadership of Lester Bowles Pearson and Pierre Elliot Trudeau. The plaque is gold with black lettering and features Canada's coat of arms on the top centre.
Object is a plaque listing all the members of the House of Commons for the 25th Parliament under the leadership of John George Diefenbaker. The plaque is gold with black lettering and features Canada's coat of arms on the top centre.
Object is a framed photocopy certificate of the Order of Canada awarded to Robert Norman Thompson. The certificate features the badge of the Order of Canada on the top centre, which is a stylized snowflake bearing the crown, a maple leaf and the motto. The frame has a bevelled edge with gold trim. On the back is a manufacturer stamp, framed by Master Frames Plus, located in Langley, B.C.
The certificate reads: "The Governor General of Canada, Chancellor and Principal Companion of the Order of Canada to Robert Norman Thompson. Greeting: Whereas, with the approval of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Sovereign of the Order of Canada, We have been pleased to appoint you to be an Officer of the Order of Canada. We do by these Presents appoint you to be an Officer of the said Order and authorize you to hold and enjoy the dignity of such appointment together with membership in the said Order and all privileges thereunto appertaining. Given at Rideau Hall in the City of Ottawa under the Seal of the Order of Canada this twenty-fifth day of October, 1990. By the Chancellor's Commands [signature] and signature of Secretary General of the Order of Canada." The following text is duplicated in french.
Object is a plaque honouring Robert Thompson's leadership and service to Trinity Western College (now University). The plaque consists of a coloured illustration of an extended scroll with the message written in black calligrapy with Thompson's name, TWC and the date in bold. Affixed to the bottom centre is an embroidered pink flower on a green stem. The plaque's surface is treated with a cross hatched plastic film that was applied to the wooden base. The plaque has a bevelled edge with gold trim.
Plaque reads: "Honoring Dr. N. Thompson, for his many years of Dedicated and Distinguished Leadership and Service to Trinity Western College. Presented with esteem and affection at a testimonial dinner June 5-1978 to record our thanks and appreciation. For so much as you know that your Labour is nont in vain in the Lord. 1 Cor. 15:58."
Object is a plaque that recognized Robert Thompson's commitement to Christian higher education at Trinity Western University. The plaque consists of an engraved plate placed underneath a metal colour embrossed TWU Coat of Arms affixed on black velvet in a wooden recessed frame. The Coat of Arms features a settler or the left and a Coast Salish Indigenous individual on the right standing in between the British Columbia's flag with Fort Langley on top with the Latin motto 'Turris fortis deus noster' [God is my tower of strength]".
Plaque reads: "Trinity Western University, President's Award, In honour of your commitement to Christian higher education, May the Lord repay you for what you have done, May you be richly rewarded by the Lord...Ruth 2:12 (NIV), R. Neil Snider, President."
Object is a plaque that recognized Robert Thompson's service for World Vision of Canada. The plaque consists of a silver plate with black lettering with an engraved black name plate attached at the bottom. The plaque is affixed on a wood base with a bevelled edge. The logo of World Vision is situated in between its name and feaure a tall cross and globe.
Plaque reads: "World Vision of Canada. In appreciation for outstanding service. Robert. N. Thompson.
Item is a poster of the production “You Can’t Take It With You,” by Moss Heart and George S. Kaufman and directed by Kerri Norris. Poster features a half golden field upside down circle with two deciduous trees to the left of a three-story farmhouse with a wraparound veranda with a gable roof. The house is cream colour with yellow trim with blue features. The house has a mansard roof with dormers. There are tall slender 2-over-2 sash windows. There is a square attic on top of main roof. The poster background is the texture of brown paper bag with creases. The title of the production is written in black and has the words “take” and “you” bolded and capitalized. The house stands in front of the letter “o” of the word “you”.
The fonds consists of articles written for the OttawaWatch publication. These articles were not published, and are described as the “faith-political interface” as observed during Lloyd Mackey years working in the Canadian Parliamentary Press Gallery. The articles reflect the concept of biblical resolution, management, and studies in the areas of collaborative governance through Lloyd’s reporting on the activities of faith-based organizations. In addition, there is a series that contain unpublished manuscripts and personal writing.