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The overall purpose of this dissertation is to identify the demand of fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) and to analyze the issues of brand level competition in FMCG markets product categories at the Canadian retail level. The analysis develops and applies industrial organization and price...
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...
This is the first major update since the 1950’s to the composition and distribution of hard ticks in Alberta. Sixteen species were identified, the largest number of tick species in a single report from Alberta. The most common tick species identified from hosts which had not left Alberta were...
This narrative inquiry unfolded alongside three undergraduate students at a large, research-intensive, western Canadian university to understand how echoes of systemic childhood poverty reverberate through their experiences as they compose lives on the university landscape. While countries such...
Doctoral thesis. Evaluates the role of drift in maintaining relative microdistribution of larval populations of two mayfly species in the Pembina River, Alberta.
The life history of Dicosmoecus atripes (Hagen) (Limnephilidae: Trichoptera) in a Rocky Mountain stream of Alberta, Canada, with special reference to aggregation formationDownload
Masters thesis. Examines voltinism, age, specific diet and microdistribution, production and formation of larval aggregations during prolonged periods of inactivity in a population of Dicosmoecus atripes (Hagen) in Dyson Creek, Alberta.
After immigrating to Canada, some foreign-trained professional women (FTPWs) enrol in adult high school–level upgrading to begin to reestablish their careers if their international credentials are unrecognized. To explore this phenomenon, the theoretical framework of possible selves was used as a...
The effect of seston on the life history, growth, and distribution of Neureclipsis bimaculata (Trichoptera: Polycentropodidae) in a boreal riverDownload
Masters thesis. Examines the distribution of the filter feeding caddis fly in the Sturgeon River at the outlet of Lac Ste. Anne, Alberta. M.Sc.thesis.
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...
Studies the occurrence, origin, morphology, and geographic variations in the chemistry of gold from placer/sedimentary environments in Alberta. Reviews all literature appertaining to the topic and new data regarding the distribution, grades and mineralogical composition is generated.