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SSHRC IDG awarded 2018: The research seeks to disrupt settler, colonial, race-based understandings of the Métis-as-mixed and as victims of fragmented social geographies, by applying a place-based analysis of Métis peoplehood. Drawing on methods from Archaeology, History, Women's Studies, and...
Frequency of Binge Drinking and the Perception of Peer Alcohol Use Among Post-Secondary Students: A Survey of University Students in a Western Canadian ProvinceDownload
Problematic alcohol use, including binge drinking, is a highly prevalent but widely unaddressed public health issue in North America. Binge drinking is especially problematic for young adults in college and university because their rates of binge drinking are considerably higher in comparison to...
The use of market intelligence and producer decision-making as a driver of industry competitiveness: A producer perspective on the Canadian and Irish beef industriesDownload
The Canadian and Irish beef industries are facing numerous challenges ranging from domestic consumer concerns, margin pressures, uncertainties around new trade agreements and developments in key export markets. These issues present competitive threats but also offer potential new opportunities to...
Making Sense of Internationalization via Strategic International Research Partnerships. Faculty Members' Experiences in a Canadian UniversityDownload
The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of academics at the University of Alberta who were involved in strategic international research partnerships with institutions located in two overseas countries both as part of their universityâs commitment to internationalization and the...
The author of this research study explored Alberta Educationâs efforts to teach Albertan students about the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada. Alberta Education (2002b) released the First Nations, MÃ©tis, and Inuit (FNMI) policy framework that it mandated for implementation in all Alberta schools. ...
My research aims to add diversity to our understanding of the forcible relocation of Nikkei, or people of Japanese descent, in Canada during World War II. Previous historical examinations presented a seemingly monolithic experience of Canadian Nikkei during the community's forcible relocation....
Project SUCH (Save the Ukrainian Canadian's Heritage) was conducted in the summers of 1971 and 1972 in the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario. Young, largely untrained fieldworkers were tasked with interviewing Ukrainian pioneers in the target areas about their immigration...
The early retiree divests the workforce: A quantitative analysis of early retirement among health professionalsDownload
Introduction: Availability of health professionals is fundamental to a population's health. Despite shortages of health professionals, we know little about voluntary and involuntary exits from the workforce among publicly-employed Canadian Registered Nurses (RNs) and allied health professionals...
The goal of this guide is to derive a better understanding of the biodiversity of sponges across the eastern Canadian Arctic. Specimens were collected during research cruises aboard the Canadian Coast Guard Ship (CCGS) Amundsen in October 2015, July 2016 and July 2017. Collection sites were...
This article is an introduction to an issue of Canadian Theatre Review dedicated to the topic of commemoration. This issue was assembled in late summer and early autumn 2017 as the majority of “celebrations” of Canada’s sesquicentennial just concluded. Canada’s 150th anniversary has been...