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The Politics Of Tek In Oil And Gas: Knowledge (re)constructions And Assimilation
Indigenous Knowledge, now known by some as Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK), has informed Indigenous ways of life since time immemorial. Relatively recently, it has become of interest to dominant, settler society in ...
Land As Place-maker, Land As Medicine: Integrated Community Health And Earth-based Healing
This work concerns the emotional healing properties of the earth imagined through an anticolonial lens. Its aim is to think about the potentialities of alternate methods for personal and social change - methods that challenge ...
Dam Removal & Safety In Canada: Creating Opportunities Through Gaps In Policy & Process
The effects of age and climate change are taking their toll on Canada's dams. These mighty structures were once the powerhouses that drove Canada's economic boom during the mid-20th century. Many industries developed after ...
Community-campus Connections: Exploring The Potential Of Collaborative Planning Between York University And Its Neighbours
Community engagement has been a core element of York University’s mandate for several years. However, does a conceptual gap prevent university-community engagement from being actualized? The purpose of this project is to ...
Achieving equity in public transit planning: A critical assessment of Markham, Ontario's Highway 7 rapid transit corridor
Contrary to other research that critically assesses transit projects using an equity imperative, the primary intent of this research is not only an empirical assessment of physical barriers which contribute to diminished ...