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Backyard Chicken Policy: Lessons from Vancouver, Seattle and Niagara Falls
The report “Backyard Chicken Policy: Lessons from Vancouver, Seattle and Niagara Falls”, explores the practice of urban agriculture in the cities of Vancouver, British Columbia; Seattle, Washington; and Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Annual Report [2004/2005]
Bracken Health Sciences Library Annual report for 2004/05. Includes information about the following services: Reference and Information; Education; Documents; Collections; Technical; and Outreach. Also includes information ...
Bracken health Sciences Library Annual Report for 2010/11
Powerplay in the Classroom: A Module Designed to Combat Authority Abuse
Bullying has received much attention among researchers; however, the research produced has predominantly involved peer bullying. This project addressed the issue of authority abuse in schools by teachers, an area of research ...
Brampton Soccer Centre and Cassie Campbell Community Centre: A Comprehensive Evaluation of Two Suburban Recreation Facilities from Brampton, ON, Canada Using the Urban Design Compendium as a Basis
This report evaluates the quality of urban design in two contemporary recreation facilities, the Brampton Soccer Centre (BSC) and Cassie Campbell Community Centre (CCCC). Both facilities are located in the City of Brampton, ...
Brownfield Redevelopment: An Analysis of Key Variables in the Development Process
Brownfield sites present a number of opportunities for planning agencies and developers to build sustainable, vibrant, and financially viable communities throughout Canada. While these sites are typically situated in ...
Annual Report [2005/2006]
Bracken Health Sciences Library Annual report for 2005/06. Includes information about the following library functions: Health Informatics and Information Technology; Outreach Services; Collections and Technical Services; ...
GARDENING TELLING THINKING: GARDENING AND GARDEN NARRATIVE AS PHENOMENOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION
This project weaves personal narrative with gardening and the thinking of philosopher Martin Heidegger, and although it takes place in a vegetable garden its purpose is larger. I begin as a feminist believing that new ways ...