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A Cross-Jurisdictional and Multi-Agency Information Model for Emergency Management
(University of Winnipeg, 2000-07)
Emergency management and the coordination of disaster-related activity are information-intensive, both in terms of the level of detail required and the diversity of information that must be generated, evaluated, and acted ...
Indigenous Identities and Nation-Building within Canadian Urban Centres: Relevance for Algonquin Nationhood
(University of Winnipeg, 2013-06-03)
I document and analyze, using a decolonization framework, historical and contemporary understandings of Indigenous identities, focusing primarily on Indigenous Canadian identity in urban centres. I describe the reconstruction ...
Duck Populations and the Oil and Gas Industry in the Boreal Plains of Alberta
(University of Winnipeg, 2018-03)
The boreal forest of northern Alberta supports a large portion of North America’s breeding duck population in addition to being an area of importance to the petroleum industry. Breeding duck surveys in the Boreal Plains ...
Functional Relevance of N-myristoyltransferase as a Biomarker for Colorectal Cancer
(University of Winnipeg, 2018)
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in Canada. The high mortality rate for CRC patients demonstrate the urgent need for a convenient, accurate and cost-effective screening test, which could ...
The Change of Concern in New Testament Scholarship in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
(University of Winnipeg, 1953)
The Christian religion is grounded in something given. Christian faith has its origin not in general religious experience, not in some particular esoteric mysticism, not in dogma but in a particular series of events in ...
Psychological Insights of the New Testament
(University of Winnipeg, 1947-05)
In the last twenty years, a new relationship has emerged between psychology and religion. For a time, the tendency to regard man as a highly complicated organism, whose ideals and insights could only be explained in terms ...
Relatives and Strangers: The Identity of Post World War II Ethnic German Immigrants
(University of Winnipeg, 1996-02)
The years after the end of World War II were characterized by the constant arrival of new Canadians. Between 1946 and 1960, Canada opened its doors to over two million immigrants and approximately 13 per cent of them were ...
A Primitive Mystic Hymn: A Study of the Gnostic and Christian Elements in the Syriac, "Hymn of the Soul"
(University of Winnipeg, 1900)
The Concept of Time in the New Testament
(University of Winnipeg, 1951-04)
This thesis undertakes to examine the theology of time in the New Testament.
Country Town: The History of Minnedosa, Manitoba 1879-1922
(University of Winnipeg, 1978-03)
This thesis is about the development of a country town during its formative years. The setting is Minnedosa, Manitoba, in the period from 1879 to 1922. It is an exploration in local history which seeks to understand the ...