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Sexual Health And Hiv Prevention Outreach By And For Indigenous Youth
Background: This paper examines how a group of Indigenous youth leaders take up the notion of leadership in the context of HIV prevention. Methods: Taking Action II is an Indigenous community based participatory action ...
Writing My Way Home Disconnections, Connections, And Reconnections: Rifts And The Possibility Of Healing Through Memory And Story
The current environmental crisis in western, capitalist, colonial societies reflects a moral crisis for which one more technological fix will not suffice. It reflects rifts between our body and the rest of nature that ...
Planning for Healthy, Active Communities: Does Toronto's Built Environment Promote Healthy, Active Living?
The use of renewable energies (RE) for electricity production can potentially deliver a range of social, environmental and economic benefits. With the passage of the Green Energy and Green Economy Act (GEGEA) of 2009, the ...
Shifting Conceptions of Nature in Toronto: A Comparative Study of High Park and Rouge Park
Since their inception, parks have constantly been evolving and reflect social change. Beginning as gardens in the 18th Century to becoming a means to escape the harsh conditions of the city in the 19th Century, parks ...
Differential Participation of Ethno-cultural Groups in Nature-based Activities in Rouge National Urban Park
Rouge Park – a near-urban nature park crossing the City of Toronto, the York Region and Durham Region – is currently undergoing transition to federal (Parks Canada) management. The park represents a major nature-based ...
Disturbing the Balance: Exploring the Implications of Employment Land Conversions in the City of Toronto
The aim of this paper is to explore and understand the implications of employment land conversions in the City of Toronto, and in particular its impact on housing affordability. The municipal government has attempted to ...