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MANAGING TOURISM IN THE CAPE CHURCHILL WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA

MANAGING TOURISM IN THE CAPE CHURCHILL WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA

MANAGING TOURISM IN THE CAPE CHURCHILL WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA. Churchill. Winnipeg. Churchill. Cape Churchill Wildlife Management Area. Wapusk National Park. Cape Tatnam Wildlife Management Area. CAPE CHURCHILL WMA.

By LionelDale
(555 views)

World Cup 2010

World Cup 2010

World Cup 2010. South Africa. Information taken from Wikipedia – used under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike Licence. The Football World Cup 2010 The football world cup will take place in South Africa. It has 32 teams competing to win. These teams are from across the world.

By paul
(423 views)

The 1995 Canadian Firearms Legislation - Ten Years Later Gary Mauser, Ph D

The 1995 Canadian Firearms Legislation - Ten Years Later Gary Mauser, Ph D

The 1995 Canadian Firearms Legislation - Ten Years Later Gary Mauser, Ph D. ANZSOC Conference Wellington, NZ February 2005. Gary Mauser Professor Institute for Canadian Urban Research Studies Simon Fraser University Burnaby, BC Canada. February 2005. Canada has long had strict firearms law.

By gyan
(148 views)

Sustainable Development & Natural Resources: Challenges for the Future

Sustainable Development & Natural Resources: Challenges for the Future

Sustainable Development & Natural Resources: Challenges for the Future. Presentation to NRCan “SPLINK” Workshop David V. J. Bell York Centre for Applied Sustainability March 20, 2001. The Challenge of Sustainability.

By paul2
(530 views)

Tech Services - INAC

Tech Services - INAC

Tech Services - INAC. Procedure for Addressing DWAs and Other News. OFNTSC Meeting Rama, Ontario, October 11, 2007 Presentation by: S. Crystal & J Steeves. News from INAC HQ. PRESENTATION OUTLINE Drinking Water Protocol & Provincial Regulations Procedure for Addressing DWAs

By cleveland
(150 views)

AHRDA

AHRDA

AHRDA. Beyond the Borders. VISION.  Prepared labour force  Impact economies  Build relationship  Strategic measures. PROVINCIAL STRATEGIES REGIONAL STRATEGIES LOCAL STRATEGIES. BC FIRST NATIONS AHRDAS. BC MAP OF 10 FIRST NATIONS AHRDAS:

By astrid
(195 views)

Manitoba First Nations Centre for Aboriginal Health Research

Manitoba First Nations Centre for Aboriginal Health Research

Manitoba First Nations Centre for Aboriginal Health Research. Rm. 715 Buhler Research Centre Department of Community Health Sciences Faculty of Medicine The University of Manitoba. AMC / CAHR Partnership. AMC HEALTH INFORMATION RESEARCH COMMITTEE. MANITOBA FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITIES &

By gita
(117 views)

A Statistical Profile on the Health of First Nations in Canada Data from 1999

A Statistical Profile on the Health of First Nations in Canada Data from 1999

A Statistical Profile on the Health of First Nations in Canada Data from 1999. First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, Health Canada. Incidence rate per 100,000 population.

By palti
(86 views)

The Treaty Climb

The Treaty Climb

The Treaty Climb. Teaching Treaties in the Classroom Grade 2. Next . The content used in this game is based on the Teaching Treaties in the Classroom: Themes and Topics for Grade 2. Next . Instructions. Be sure to use this game in the Slide Show view. Go to View and choose Slideshow.

By manon
(95 views)

The Changing Face of Kelowna: Are We Ready?

The Changing Face of Kelowna: Are We Ready?

The Changing Face of Kelowna: Are We Ready? . FORUM September 25, 2008. Background. WHY– Knowledge about barriers experienced by visible minorities. Need for Kelowna to be proactive, be a welcoming community. WHO – funder, partners – ISCO, KCR, UBCO, OC, SD23, ELSA

By hoai
(103 views)

Applying a Health Equity Lens Presentation at Gender, Diversity & Women’s Health & Well-being ~ A Manitoba Rese

Applying a Health Equity Lens Presentation at Gender, Diversity & Women’s Health & Well-being ~ A Manitoba Rese

Applying a Health Equity Lens Presentation at Gender, Diversity & Women’s Health & Well-being ~ A Manitoba Research Day February 11, 2013. Marcia Anderson DeCoteau, MD MPH FRCPC Medical Officer of Health Karen Serwonka , BA MHSc Cert HIA Senior Policy Advisor Health Equity Unit

By johnda
(144 views)

Confederation

Confederation

Confederation. Fierce Opposition. No Union. Some were fiercely opposed to Confederation The maritime provinces were not as concerned about invasion as other provinces Some colonies feared they would lose their identity Two groups were not given a voice in talks

By lupita
(89 views)

First Nations Health Human Resources T ripartite Strategy Area Update

First Nations Health Human Resources T ripartite Strategy Area Update

First Nations Health Human Resources T ripartite Strategy Area Update. March 9 st, 2012. Outline. HHR Health Actions Background Structuring the Work Anticipated Next Steps. Transformative Change Accord First Nations HHR Action Items.

By razi
(99 views)

Jeff Logan, Instructor

Jeff Logan, Instructor

Jeff Logan, Instructor.

By beulah
(82 views)

Asset Management in Yukon

Asset Management in Yukon

Asset Management in Yukon. Why?. Why should we focus on asset management?. National Context. 2003 Technology Roadmap Report stated infrastructure at a “critical stage” nationally Stated 79% of useful life of infrastructure had been used up $75 billion infrastructure deficit

By brick
(154 views)

Sustainability and Economics

Sustainability and Economics

Sustainability and Economics. University of British Columbia IGS 507 February 14, 2012. Northern Gateway Proposal. Pipeline to ship Bitumen from near Edmonton to Kitimat . Northern Gateway Proposal. Benefits (according to Enbridge): British Columbia: 3000 construction jobs, 560 ongoing.

By evita
(176 views)

Place-based, Imaginative and Ecological Education

Place-based, Imaginative and Ecological Education

Learning. Environmental School Project. Place-based, Imaginative and Ecological Education. BCSSA Summer Leadership Academy 2011 Presented by Laurie Meston , Acting Deputy Superintendent School District 42. Environmental School Project Place-based, Imaginative and Ecological Education.

By naomi
(138 views)

Environmental Reaction By: Layma, Haadia.K, and Asma.J

Environmental Reaction By: Layma, Haadia.K, and Asma.J

Environmental Reaction By: Layma, Haadia.K, and Asma.J. First Nations exist because of the environment!. Landform Regions. There are many landforms in different geographic zones. Mountains are very tall landforms and where there are mountains, plateaus are found too.

By laird
(72 views)

Supporting Immigrants in Rural Lambton County PPCII Conference Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Supporting Immigrants in Rural Lambton County PPCII Conference Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Supporting Immigrants in Rural Lambton County PPCII Conference Tuesday, November 5, 2013. Overview. Rural Supports Library Services Supports for Migrant Workers Business Succession & Entrepreneurship . Profile of Lambton County Background of Sarnia-Lambton LIP.

By abby
(190 views)

Walking Together First Nations, Métis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum

Walking Together First Nations, Métis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum

Walking Together First Nations, Métis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum. A Professional Development Resource. Walking Together First Nations, Métis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum Backgrounder. The Focus. What?. How?. Why?. Who?. Why understanding our.

By nickan
(140 views)

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