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L'Acadie Trouvée: Mapping, Geographic Knowledge, and Imagining Northeastern North America, 1710-1763
From the British capture of Port Royal in 1710 to the end of the Seven Years’ War, imperial borders in northeastern North America were highly uncertain and vigorously contested. The British “conquest” of Acadia was not ...
REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE, REVERE: A STUDY OF CHRISTIAN CHURCHES IN NOVA SCOTIA ACTING ON ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
Awareness and concern about the environment have been growing in recent years, and this fact has not been lost on churches. Though arguments have been made that Christianity is a cause of the world’s current ecological ...
The Association of Traditional, Non-Traditional, HIV, and Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy-Related Risk Factors and Dyslipidemia Among People who are Living with HIV in Nova Scotia: A Longitudinal Cohort Study
The present study investigated the longitudinal relationships between traditional, non-traditional, HIV and HAART-related risk factors and dyslipidemia in people who are living with HIV living in Nova Scotia. A total of ...