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The determinants of tuberculosis transmission in Indigenous people in Canada and New Zealand
The disparity in tuberculosis rates between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people persists in Canada and New Zealand. The most common form of tuberculosis in humans is pulmonary tuberculosis so eliminating tuberculosis ...
Examination of the Association Between Diabetes, Depression, and Suicidality with a Special Focus on the Indigenous Canadian Population
Diabetes, depression and suicidal behavior are increasingly prevalent conditions with major public health implications. A potential association between these conditions has been suggested in the literature but not entirely ...
Between Sovereignty and Statecraft: New France and the Contest for the Hudson Bay Watershed, 1663-1782
This dissertation analyzes French-Indigenous relations in the Hudson Bay watershed from the early 1660s to the 1780s. The Hudson Bay watershed was a dynamic contact zone where Indigenous, French, and British politics, ...