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In Canada, where most forest lands are publicly owned, forest management responsibilities are delegated to the private sector through licensing arrangements which grant limited usurfructuary rights. In order to ensure that public silvicultural goals are met on licensed public lands, various...
The demand for meat in Canada is examined in a manner similar to that employed in previous work. The current effort differs from previous studies in two important ways. First, beef demand is disaggregated into ground beef and table-cut beef. This is an attempt to allow a more detailed...
Long dry spells (sequences of dry days) are rare events, but they are important because they correlate significantly with the area burned during bad wildfire years. Previous attempts to model the frequency of dry spells have been successful for spells of short duration, but have failed for...
This book presents the findings of a study of access policies and censorship experiences of the public libraries of Canada. It addresses the issue of the prevailing climate of intellectual freedom in public libraries across the country. It shows just how much community pressure is brought to bear...