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Adaptive and phenotypic responses of white birch provenances to climate variations
Trees have adapted to their local climate, but with changes in the climate may currently, or in the near future occupy climates that are sub-optimal for growth and survival. The goal of current reforestation is therefore ...
One world, one dream : comparisons of the newspaper coverage of the 2008 Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Games
This study compared and explored the newspaper coverage of the 2008 Beijing Olympic (OG) and Paralympic Games (PG) by a Canadian newspaper, The Globe and Mail. The methodology for this study was mixed methods design which ...
Inuit youth migration from Iqaluit to Ottawa
With a public perception that Inuit youth are leaving the North, it is important to improve our understanding of migration in the Circumpolar North. The purpose of this pilot study is to identify, investigate and critically ...
This land is our land? This land is your land : exploring the decolonizing journeys of White outdoor environmental educators
My own decolonizing journey has fostered a curiosity about the experiences of other White outdoor environmental educators who are engaged in the process of decolonizing their own practices and worldview. This qualitative ...
Understanding the context of knowledge and values in natural resources decision making : a case study of Parks Canada's Recreational Activities Assessment framework
The range of natural, societal and nature-human interactions of contemporary environmental management, especially for parks and protected areas, is seemingly infinite and is continually changing in scope and complexity. ...
Motivational compliance of Canadian inbound tour operators with China Approved Destination Status (ADS) guidelines
Tourism is one of the most important industries in Canada and continues to be an important factor in maintaining a strong Canadian economy. One of the markets that currently holds the greatest potential for inbound tourism ...