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  • Adapting Tristram Shandy 

    Young, Adria (2011-09-07)
    Laurence Sterne’s The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, has been noted as an unconventional eighteenth-century novel and it has long been considered unadaptable and unfilmable. In the last decade, however, ...
  • The Effectiveness of Compost and Biosolids for Land Remediation on Tailings from an Iron Mine 

    Hooey, Kieran (2014-04-30)
    Mine tailings inhibit the growth of living organisms and give rise to unstable living conditions for the existing flora and microorganisms. The abandoned iron mine site in Londonderry, Nova Scotia is almost completely ...
  • Grey Stations: New Strategies for Senior Housing in Vancouver, BC 

    Mackie, Neal (2014-04-04)
    This thesis proposes a strategy to capitalize on the abundance of derelict service stations in Vancouver, BC, as a means to address the current crisis of seniors’ housing and services. Vancouver’s glut of vacant service ...
  • Healing Aquascapes 

    Wong, Wai Van Catherine
    The Healing Aquascape is a strategy to remediate the Burrard Inlet of southern BC and recover the waterway as an integral site in the development of the cultural landscape. As the ecology of the inlet is impoverished by ...
  • Reduction of the Organic Load of Industrial Wood Preserving Wastewater via Chemical Oxidation 

    Matheson, Robert
    The efficacy of chemical oxidation as a wastewater treatment method for Stella Jones Inc. (Atlantic Canada) was evaluated using 3 chemical oxidants; Fenton’s Reagent, Modified Fenton’s and potassium permanganate. Reduction ...
  • A Shared Waterfront: Instilling Public Space Back Into Hamilton's Industrial Port 

    Clark, Connor Boyd
    Cities and waterfronts have historically been closely tied through public and private amenities offered in connection to water. Industrial expansion has created an imbalance of public life at the waterfront, eliminating ...