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From reserves to cities (and back) : the significance of reserves in Registered Indian women's migration
The migration of Registered Indian people to and from their reserves has attracted much scholarly attention over the decades. A significant theme in early literature suggested Indian people migrated back and forth between ...
The capacity of Montreal Lake, SK to provide safe drinking water
Recent waterborne disease outbreaks in Canada have brought national awareness to drinking water safety. In particular, the long history of poor water quality plaguing First Nations communities has received substantial ...
Impact of Inter-Community and Inter-Jurisdictional Mobility of First Nations on Tuberculosis and Tuberculosis Prevention and Care Programming
Tuberculosis (TB) rates are disproportionately higher among Indigenous people than Canadian-born, non-Indigenous populations, including in Saskatchewan. Among other factors, inter-jurisdictional mobility of First Nations ...