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Burning Risk: The Energy-from-Waste Controversy in Metro Vancouver
The majority of Canadian waste is landfilled: incineration, or in many cases Energy-from-Waste (EfW), accounts for less than 5% of total Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) management. This is relatively low compared to the ...
Deployment-Related Traumatic Events and Suicidal Behaviours in a Nationally Representative Sample of Canadian Armed Forces Personnel
Objective: Worldwide, there has been substantial controversy with respect to whether military deployment is a risk factor for suicidal behaviour. The present study examined the relationship between lifetime exposure to ...
A Different Question of Open Access: Is There a Public Access Right to Academic Libraries in the United States and Canada?
(Law Library Journal, 2011)
Providing public access to libraries is a public service, but is it a right? This paper explores participation in depository programs, public university status, and public funding as possible bases for this right. It ...
Should Civil Marriage Be Opened Up to Multiple Parties?
(Emory Law Journal, 2015)
In this Essay, we argue that civil marriage should not be opened up to multiple parties. Our focus is on civil, not religious, marriage, and we address polygamy in general, rather than any particular form of it. We highlight ...
Make This Your Home: The Impact of Religion on Acculturation: The Case of Canadian Khoja Nizari Isma'ilis from East Africa
This study examines the impact of religion on acculturation in a specific community, using the framework presented by Berry. Working from a Canadian perspective, Berry has created a framework that unifies much of the ...
Annual Report [2009/2010]
Bracken Health Sciences Library Annual report for 2009/10
THE POST-WAR PERIOD AND THE LONG 1960s
The following unit plan will explore the complex and diverse elements of The Post-War Period and the Long 1960s, specifically between 1944 and 1974. Our group chose to focus on this era because it was a time of change for ...
Canada and the Cold War
This resource pack contains detailed lesson plans and resources for the CHC2D Ontario Curriculum Expectation D.4. These lessons are structured around the 'Big Six' Historical Thinking Principles advocated by Dr Peter Seixas ...
THE CANADIAN COLD WAR
The events of the Cold War (1945-1991) touched every part of Canada, from East to West and North to South. Although discussions about the Cold War are often limited to the events and political players of the United States ...
Is Canada a Peacekeeping Nation? A Resource for History Teachers
Inspired by Canada’s 150th anniversary, we want our students to question and unpack commonly understood tenets of Canadian identity, in particular our national reputation as a peacekeeping country. Our intention is also ...