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Sustainability and Aggregate Resource Extraction in Southern Ontario: A case study of the proposed St Marys Cement Inc. Flamborough Quarry
This report is an investigation into the events of a proposed aggregates quarry in the Flamborough region of Hamilton, Ontario. These events serve as a case example of the aggregates management system in the Province of ...
Black in Kingston: Youth Perspectives on "Blackness" and Belonging in a Small Ontario City
Within the past decade, two major events raised the national profile of the experiences of black youth and the realities of racism in the city of Kingston, Ontario. The first event occurred in the spring of 2001 and ...
Origins of Genetic Variation and Population Structure of Foxsnakes Across Spatial and Temporal Scales
Understanding the events and processes responsible for patterns of within species diversity, provides insight into major evolutionary themes like adaptation, species distributions, and ultimately speciation itself. Here, ...
Evaluating Ontario’s New Brownfields Regulation as a Step Toward
The purpose of this report is to evaluate Ontario’s brownfields regulation through the policy maturity model introduced by Adams et al. (2010). This is an ideal time to evaluate Ontario’s progress toward policy maturity ...
Cholinesterase Inhibitors: A population-based assessment of resource utilization for patients with Alzheimer's dementia in Ontario
Background: Dementia leads to progressive cognitive and functional decline. Population aging is a concern, and the healthcare system must refocus its limited resources to keep up with service demands. Three cholinesterase ...
Home Care Utilization Patterns Among the Elderly Population: a Case Study of Ontario, Canada
The demand for home care increased dramatically in Canada in the past decade. This was because more patients were discharged from hospital, more emphasis was put on health care at the home and community levels, the continuing ...