Study involves five components: household interviews collecting information on dietary patterns, lifestyle and general health status, environmental concerns and food security; sampling traditional foods for contaminants; sampling water for trace metals; hair sampling for mercury; and surface water sampling for pharmaceuticals.
"National publication for the Indians of Canada." Focus on Indigenous issues, events at residential schools and legal decisions. Previously published as
Articles reflect the attitudes and policies of the time.
Examines the successes and struggles of First Nations communities in economic development and summarizes the key findings identified by participant First Nations that are making progress toward building and attaining sustainable economies in their communities.