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Nutrition is powerful! It can be used to help people—including those with cancer—live longer with better health. This cookbook is particularly focused on muscle health, which is related to the amount and type of protein in our diets. People with cancer need more protein than those who are...
Ishan.A, Malou Brouwer, Mari Alice Conrad, Jordyn Frederick, Andrea Larsen, Holly Munn, M-A Murphy, Priscilla Ojomu, Alysha Ross, Gabriela Roth, Morgan Wong, Neha Vashist, The Community Student Engagement Group at the University of Alberta
An anthology of creative expressions of the experience of post-secondary students at the University of Alberta, during COVID 2021. Contains drawings, paintings, digital art, collage, poetry (English, French, Dutch), and music.
The MLA Style Citation Tutorial was created by librarians at the University of Alberta Library and NorQuest College Library to support students and faculty. The tutorial explores why it is important to use citations and how to create works cited list entries and in-text citations based on the 9th...
The five chapters of this book encapsulate the past, present, and future of Canadian immigration and settlement. The topics, in part, cover the history of immigration to Canada through an objective lens that allows readers to learn what transpired with the settlement of specific ethnic groups, as...
"For far too long, Canada has lacked a comprehensive resource examining Canada’s charitable sector. That has now ended. The Muttart Foundation has spent many years focusing on building the capacity of charities in this country. The publication of this collection is another contribution to that...
This SAIT edition of Business Communication for Success (BCS) provides a comprehensive, integrated approach to the study and application of written and oral business communication to serve both student and professor. This work is produced by Southern Alberta Institute of Technology based on...
The Canadian Rail Research Laboratory hosted the inaugural Canadian & Cold Regions Rail Research Conference November 9-10, 2021. Professionals and researchers involved with railway engineering had opportunities to present ideas, learn of new developments and technologies, make professional...
A Practical Guide to Introductory Geology is a comprehensive laboratory manual covering the physical aspects of geology, including rocks and minerals, plate tectonics, streams, structural geology, and much more. This manual provides ample background information to assist students learning...