• Press Release - Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway Assignment, 25 October 1973

      House of Commons Canada (2015-02-04)
      A press release assigning Sean O'Sullivan to study the future of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway.
    • Press Release - Youth for Diefenbaker, 1967

      Youth for Diefenbaker (2015-01-29)
      A press release from Youth for Diefenbaker, 1 August 1967. The release reads: "Hamilton Student Appointed Youth for Dief Representative. The youngest delegate to the conservative leadership convention, 15 year old Sean O'Sullivan of Hamilton, has been named Western Ontario representative of the Youth for Diefenbaker movement. This movement was formed in Ottawa to engage support of Canada's young conservatives for John Diefenbaker at the leadership convention. According to Mr. O'Sullivan, there is growing support for Mr. Diefenbaker and he will have an announcement to make in that regard at a press conference on Friday August Fourth at the Connaught Hotel."
    • Re-election pamphlet - Sean O'Sullivan for Hamilton-Wentworth, 1974

      Hamilton-Wentworth P.C. Association (2015-02-11)
      A pamphlet for re-election for Sean O'Sullivan, Hamilton-Wentworth, 1974. Included photographs of Sean O'Sullivan and quotes from several newspapers.
    • Report From Ottawa, 23 February 1973

      O'Sullivan, Sean (2015-01-21)
      A report from Sean O'Sullivan for the 23rd of February 1973. His report remarks on the week at Parliament Hill. He provides a report for each week. He remarks on "Mr. Turner's latest budget" and the economic problems in Canada. He discusses taxes, old age pensions and he mentions tax change measures he recommends.
    • Report From Ottawa, 12 April 1973

      O'Sullivan, Sean (2015-01-21)
      This report describes a brief trip to the Yukon with two other M.P.'s (Erik Nielsen, Yukon; Stan Schellenberger, Alberta). The topics of a discussion included proposed gas pipeline and "Indian land claims". He ends his report with "The experience gives new meaning to that advertising slogan 'Canada: Stand together. Understand together.'"
    • Resignation from Parliament, 1977

      O'Sullivan, Sean (2015-01-28)
      A letter of resignation from parliament. Sean O'Sullivan decided to resign from his MP position in parliament in 1977 to pursue religious studies and become a Catholic priest.
    • Sean O'Sullivan Campaign Election Brochure

      Hamilton-Wentworth P.C. Association (2015-01-22)
    • Sean O'Sullivan Speaks Out Speech, 28 October 1970

      O'Sullivan, Sean (2015-02-04)
      A speech given by Sean O'Sullivan, 28 October 1970, at the Annual Meeting of the Fort Erie Progressive Conservative Association. He was President of the Ontario Young Progressive Conservative Association at the time and chose to speak out on his personal position against Marijuana.
    • Speech - Beaver Bill, 21 February 1975

      O'Sullivan, Sean (2015-02-11)
      A speech by Sean O'Sullivan, given in the House of Commons, "For the Recognition of the Beaver as a Symbol of the Sovereignty of the Dominion of Canada".
    • The Spirit of Hope: Research Centre Named in Honour of Father Sean O'Sullivan

      Pullen, Heather (2015-02-12)
      An article in "Community Contact" (a publication by St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Joseph's Community Health Centre, and St. Joseph's Health Care Foundation) discussing the naming of the Father Sean O'Sullivan Research Centre. The article describes the time Father Sean spent at the hospital and his battle with leukemia.
    • Sympathy Letter from Prime Minister

      Mulroney, Brian (2015-01-28)
      A letter from Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney, expressing sympathy to the parents of Father Sean O'Sullivan. Father Sean passed away in 1989 after battling leukemia, he was 37 years old.
    • Theatre Dedication - Sean O'Sullivan Theatre

      Gardner, Michelle L.; Mulroney, Brian (2015-01-28)
      Two letters, the first a letter from Michelle Gardner (Manager Development, Brock University) reflecting on the dedication evening for the Sean O'Sullivan Theatre. She includes a letter from Prime Minister Brian Mulroney who was unable to attend the dedication.