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A Narrative Inquiry into the Experiences of Accessing and Participating in Healthcare of Syrian Women who Arrived in Canada as RefugeesDownload
Gaps in healthcare exist for newcomers, with many experiencing poor quality healthcare compared to the general population. Immigrant and refugee women are particularly disadvantaged and often experience unmet health needs. Despite this, there is a lack of research inquiring into the experiences...
Wildfire effects on net precipitation, streamflow regime and rainfall-runoff events in northern Rocky Mountain watershedsDownload
In recent decades, severe wildfire in western North America has increased in frequency as a result of a warming climate and historical fire suppression, impacting an increasing amount of forested area. Reduced forest canopy interception and storage combined with soil water repellency and altered...
La place de l’Arctique dans le stratégie politique du canada : Stephen Harper et Justin TrudeauDownload
Résumé Ces deux dernières décennies, la politique canadienne a été marquée par des gouvernements conservateurs et libéraux qui ont clamé le changement dès leur accession au pouvoir. Après que Stephen Harper, chef du Parti Conservateur ait déclaré, en 2006, faire la politique autrement à la suite...
Simard, S. W., Cahill Jr, J. F., Erbilgin, N., RolTreu, J., Karst, M., Pec, J., Cigan, P. W., Cooke, J. E. K., Gregory, R.
Forest die-off caused by mountain pine beetle (MPB; Dendroctonus ponderosa) is rapidly transforming western North American landscapes. The rapid and widespread death of lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) will likely have cascading effects on biodiversity. One group particularly prone to such...