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The Medicinal Chemicals of Spruce
Historically, the Spruce tree (Picea) has been used by Aboriginal peoples, such as the Dene, and traditional healers in the northern hemisphere, as a medicinal remedy to a multitude of ailments. What is it about this plant that makes it so versatile in medical practice? What organic chemicals...
A study project group from Germany, Canada, and the United Kingdom undertook a range of activities to scope out and compare in a holistic manner the experience of migration and maternity in the three countries. Emphasis was placed on examining how migration and consequent diversity have been...
We aimed to conduct a literature review to identify the online learning preferences of clerkship students to inform curriculum development for Pedscases, (www.pedscases.com) a student-driven interactive peer-reviewed website developed by medical students and faculty at the University of Alberta...
Taking a Multispecies Approach to Evaluating the Effectiveness of Wildlife Passages for Small and Medium Sized Mammals in an Eastern Canadian Boreal ForestDownload
Poster presented at the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation in 2015. Research is an investigation into the effectiveness of three different types of wildlife passages along Highway 175 in northern Quebec for small and medium sized mammals using infrared cameras. Two research...
This poster is part of a larger research on Canadian folklore archives. It aims to critically examine folklore archives in Canada as a special type of cultural heritage institutions. I examine their history, function and organization of information and how they differ from those of more...
The Indigenous Roots within Canadian Soil This poster answers the question \"How can educators motivate students to learn Aboriginal languages?\" The answer is to return to the original Aboriginal names of Canada's provinces and territories before European contact enabling Aboriginal students...