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Health care and reference to Vietnam: experiences of immigrants and refugees in Saskatoon
This thesis focuses on the experiences of Vietnamese immigrants and refugees in accessing health care services in Saskatoon. Within Canada, terms such as immigrant and refugee are assigned to reflect the differing circumstances ...
Late Precontact and Protocontact Stone Circle Sites at Little Manitou Lake, South-Central Saskatchewan
This study focuses on the Little Manitou Lake archaeological complex, a collection of sites situated around the western end of Little Manitou Lake, located in south-central Saskatchewan. The majority of sites documented ...
The Kyle Mammoth Project: An Archaeological, Paleoecological and Taphonomic Analysis
In 1964 the remains of a Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) was unearthed near the small farming community of Kyle, Saskatchewan. The salvage excavation that was conducted by the Natural History Museum of Saskatchewan ...
Lime Kilns in Saskatchewan
Lime kiln use in Saskatchewan from the earliest days of European settlement was researched and documented. Remaining features were relocated and oral or documentary history was gathered. This information was put in context ...
"Like Residential Schools All Over Again": Experiences of Emergency Evacuation from the Assin'skowitiniwak (Rocky Cree) Community of Pelican Narrows
In Canada, northern Indigenous communities are evacuated on an annual basis due to fire and flood, but little is known about their experiences. This ethnographic community-based research relied on 56 interviews and grounded ...