Epidemiology of diabetes mellitus among First Nations and non-First Nations adults
- What's an Indian worth these days? Taylor, Drew Hayden // Windspeaker;Sep2009, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p14
In this article the author discusses the value of being Indians in Canada. He says that the belief of mainstream Canadians that many Indians are substantially well off is a shocking surprise. He emphasizes that contrary to popular belief, Native youth do not have unlimited financial support like...
- PremiÃ¨res Nations : incontournables pour l'avenir du QuÃ©bec (extraits*). // Recherches AmÃ©rindiennes au QuÃ©bec;2006, Vol. 36 Issue 2/3, p133
The article presents extracts from the document "PremiÃ¨res Nations : incontournables pour l'avenir du QuÃ©bec" (First Nations: Essential For the Future of Quebec), authored by the AssemblÃ©e des PremiÃ¨res Nations du QuÃ©bec et du Labrador (Assembly of the First Nations of Quebec and...
- Pellet plans for First Nation. Ross, Ian // Northern Ontario Business;Jan2010, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p11
The article reports that Nipissing First Nation, a northeastern Ontario First Nation community together with their business partner Gemini Power Corp. has unveiled plans for a small wood pellet mill that produces 24,000 tonnes of material annually in Ontario.
- Outside encroachment. DEER, JESSICA // Eastern Door;10/17/2014, Vol. 23 Issue 41, p19
The article discusses third reading of the bill C-10 after proposal of consultation with First Nations by Senators Jane Cordy and Larry Campbell.
- First Nations want own party in next provincial election. Read, Darla // Saskatchewan Sage;Jan2012, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p3
The article reports on the call by the First Nations for a political party in the next provincial election of Saskatchewan. Onion Lake Cree Nation Chief Wallace Fox announces the necessity of a First Nations party to oversee issues like resource revenue sharing. Fox points out that several First...
- Starting from scratch. Ross, Ian // Northern Ontario Business;Mar2012, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p28
The article offers information on the role of Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek senior business development Jean Paul (J.P.) Gladu on the revival of a former Ojibway First Nation community on tfhe shores of Lake Nipigon, Ontario.
- Physician advocacy essential for Canada's First Nations. Warren, Peter // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;9/23/2008, Vol. 179 Issue 7, p728
The author reflects on the important role of the physicians for Canada's First Nations. He shares his view on the apology made by the Government of Canada to the First Nations' people for its residential school policy. He also discusses the findings and crusade of Dr. P.H. Bryce relative to the...
- Alive and thriving. Barde, Joel // Nation (1206-2642);7/10/2015, Vol. 22 Issue 18, p13
The article reports the celebrations of Aboriginal Day at Place d'Armes square in Montreal, QuÃ©bec, organized by Terres en Vues, which is a Montreal-based organization promoting indigenous cultures wherein the event helps to promote the First Nations culture.
- Can wood float for value-added forestry? ROSS, IAN // Northern Ontario Business;Feb2017, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p26
The article reports on the plan of northwestern Ontario First Nation communities, Lac Seul and Slate Falls to restore ferry service in hauling wood as potential forest products operation.
- Trends in Obesity and Diabetes Prevalence in a Chilean Urban Population: 1993â€“2001. Ada Cuevas; Alfredo Molina; Attilio Rigotti; Juan Francisco Miquel; Guillermo Marshall; Soledad Reyes; Flavio Nervi // Metabolic Syndrome & Related Disorders;Sep2008, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p219
AbstractBackground:In recent years, the Chilean population has suffered significant lifestyle changes associated with the rapid socioeconomic development of the country. These changes can induce a significant increase in the prevalence of some chronic diseases, such as obesity, dyslipidemia, and...