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The overall purpose for this paper is to present a composite view of what is known about women's participation in natural resource-based industries in Canada using existing sources. What are women's roles in these industries? What are the issues and options they face in their work environments?...
The short-run dynamic impacts of macroeconomic variables on the Canadian pulp industry and the interactions among pulp sector variables are investigated using the vector autoregression (VAR) approach. In contrast to the findings of earlier studies, our results show that an increase in the value...
The objectives of this study are threefold. The first is to document the origins and evolution of Article XI. The second objective is to assess the apparent economic implication of Article XI exemptions and GATT panel decisions regarding the Article for Canadian agriculture, specifically for...
The Economics of Agricultural Chemical Use in Prairie Agriculture: Productivity and Environmental ImpactsDownload
The use of agricultural chemicals, particularly in crop production, has increased greatly in the prairie region of Western Canada. Pesticide use, chiefly the use of herbicides, increased 7.6 percent per year from 1948 to 1991, slowing down only after 1985 with depressed conditions in the grain...
Consultation report on income security: final submission for the standing committee on human resources developmentDownload
Recommendations for income security reform put forward by the Children and Families Initiative.
The purpose of this article includes describing the current state of historical knowledge about the Grey Nuns of Montreal, identifying issues which shed light on this state of knowledge and proposing new avenues of scholarship. A review of the literature shows that the nursing role of the Grey...
As relatively competitive segments of Canadian agriculture for which the dominant markets are domestic consumption and exports to the US, the pork, beef, swine and cattle industries can expect to benefit from the combination of the influence of the US-Canada Free Trade Agreement (FTA) which...