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‣ Reports of several select committees of the legislative assembly of the late province of Canada, the House of Commons, and the legislative Assembly of Ontario, on the Huron and Ontario Ship Canal.

Canada. Leglislature Legislative Assembly.; Canada. Parliament. House of Commons.; Ontario. Legislative Assembly.
Fonte: Toronto : Printed by Hunter, Rose, Publicador: Toronto : Printed by Hunter, Rose,
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‣ Emigration to Canada : the province of Ontario; its soil, climate, resources, institutions, free grant lands, &c, &c. for the information of intending emigrants.

Ontario. Dept. of Agriculture and Public Works.
Fonte: Toronto : Hunter and Rose, Publicador: Toronto : Hunter and Rose,
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‣ The Ontario insolvency case. : in the Privy Council, Council Chamber, Whitehall, December 12th, 1893 : the attorney-general of Ontario vs. the attorney-general of Canada : argument of Mr. Blake of the appellant.

Blake, Edward, 1833-1912.; Ontario. Department of the Attorney General.; Great Britain. Privy Council.
Fonte: Toronto : Bryant, Publicador: Toronto : Bryant,
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‣ Proceedings of the Ontario Provincial Grange at the second annual session, held in the city of Toronto, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, February 13th, 14th and 15th, 1883.

Patrons of Husbandry. Ontario Provincial Grange.
Fonte: Meaford : Monitor Office, Publicador: Meaford : Monitor Office,
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‣ Dominion of Canada, Province of Ontario Information for intending settlers. The farming lands of Algoma and North Nipissing. A short description of those parts of the districts best adapted to agricultural purposes.

Ontario. Commissioner of Crown Lands.
Fonte: Toronto: Warwick & Sons, Publicador: Toronto: Warwick & Sons,
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‣ Religious instruction in the schools of Ontario.

Ontario. Department of Education.
Fonte: [Toronto, s.n.], Publicador: [Toronto, s.n.],
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‣ Emigration to Canada, the province of Ontario: its soil, climate, resources, institutions, free land grants, etc.

Ontario. Dept. of the Commissioner of Agriculture and Public Works.
Fonte: Toronto, Hunter, Rose & Co., Publicador: Toronto, Hunter, Rose & Co.,
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‣ A short history of Court Pride of Ontario, no. 5640, Hamilton, Ontario.

Buckingham, John B.; Ancient Order of Foresters, Hamilton, Ontario.
Fonte: Hamilton, Ont., McPherson & Drope, Publicador: Hamilton, Ont., McPherson & Drope,
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‣ Constitution and laws and rules of order of the grand lodge of the ancient order of united workmen of the province of Ontario.

Ancient Order of United Workmen, Ontario.
Fonte: Toronto, Hunter, Rose Co., Publicador: Toronto, Hunter, Rose Co.,
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‣ Appendix to the report of the Ontario bureau of Industries 1896.

Ontario. Bureau of Industries.
Fonte: Toronto, Warwick & Rutter, Publicador: Toronto, Warwick & Rutter,
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‣ Constitution and rules of order adopted by the Grand Association of the Province of Ontario held at Toronto, February 27th, 1894.

Patrons of Industry of North America.
Fonte: Strathroy, Ontario The Dispatch Printing House, Publicador: Strathroy, Ontario The Dispatch Printing House,
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‣ Summary report on the Huron and Ontario Ship Canal.

Huron and Ontario Ship Canal Company.
Fonte: Toronto : Chewett, Publicador: Toronto : Chewett,
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‣ Enhancing personal effectiveness : the impacts of Costa Rica Outward Bound on students in an independent school in southwestern Ontario

Burrows, Heidi.
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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This project examines students in a private school in southwestern Ontario on a 17 -day Costa Rica Outward Bound Rainforest multielement course. The study attempted to discover whether voluntary teenage participants could increase their self-perceptions of life effectiveness by participating in a 17-day expedition. A total of9 students participated in the study. The experimental design that was implemented was a mixed methods design. Participants filled in a Life Effectiveness Questionnaire (LEQ) at four predesignated times during the study. These time intervals occurred (a) before the trip commenced, (b) the first day of the trip, ( c) the last day of the trip, and (d) 1 month after the trip ended. Fieldnotes and recordings from informal group debriefing sessions were also used to gather information. Data collected in this study were analyzed in a variety of ways by the researcher. Analyses that were run on the data included the Friedman test for covariance, means, medians, and the Wilcoxon Pairs Test. The questionnaires were analyzed quantitatively, and the fieldnotes were analyzed qualitatively. Nonparametric statistical analysis was implemented as a result of the small group size of participants. Both sets of data were grouped and discussed according to similarities and differences. The data indicate that voluntary teenage participants experience significant changes over time in the areas of time management...

‣ Opioid poisoning and availability of specialized medical care in Ontario, 2002-2006

Veldhuizen, Scott
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
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The prescription of opioid analgesics has risen sharply in North America over the past two decades. This increase has been accompanied by a rise in overdoses. The present study draws on administrative data collected from emergency department contacts to describe the epidemiology of opioid overdose in Ontario b~tween 2002 and 2006 and to examine the role of regional variation in availability of specialist care. The number of poisonings increased from 1250 (10.9 per 100,000) in FY2002 to 1816 (15.2 per 100,000) in FY2005. Local concentration of specialist physicians was significantly associated with the incidence of opioid overdose, inversely at most levels of availability, but positively at very high levels. Regional variation in incidence was also associated with demographics, median family income, and the rate of other drug poisonings. Policy options for limiting opioid-related harms are limited, but improvements in monitoring and clinical management may prove valuable.

‣ Effectiveness of personal planning for residents re-entering the community during the facility initiative in Ontario

Jansz, Chrystal E. R.
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
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This paper reports on the relocation of people with intellectual disabilities (ID) from large-scale provincially run institutions that took place in Ontario as part of the Facility Initiative. Three case studies were examined in order to report on this process as experienced by those who lived and worked through it. Specifically, the planning process conducted by the Ministry of Community and Social Services (MCSS) to assist each person with hislher transition to community living was examined using the current standard of practice in person- centered planning approaches. Effectiveness was evaluated as the ability to apply a person-centered approach across settings and people, as well as what factors facilitated or hindered its application. Results show that, in general, the personal plans do not appear to reflect the pre-transition experience of the person. Also, the transitional planning process did not appear person-centered nor facilitate further person-centered planning in the community.

‣ The use of lichens as indicators of ambient air quality in Southern Ontario

Tulumello, Patricia
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
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The inverse relationship between arboreal lichen species richness and sulphur dioxide in ambient air has been thoroughly documented in the literature. Previous work in southern Ontario has shown that lichen bioindication can identify areas of potential concern regarding air quality. The EMAN suite of l i chens was applied in the City of Samia by surveying 458 Sugar Maple trees, in order to test the applicability of lichen bioindication under conditions of high mean S02 levels and high species richness values. The results of the survey were explored using Geographic Information Systems. A spatial relationship between lichen community variables, the Bluewater Bridge and the highway was identified. Lichen species richness, lichen percent cover and Index of Atmospheric Purity values were higher along the bridge and highway. No strong gradients were found between other known pollution sources and no lichen deserts were identified. The most common community grouping consisted of Physcia millegrana Degel, Candelaria concolor (Dicks) B. Stein, Physcia aipolia (Ehrh ex Humb.) Furnrohr; all of which are known nitrophytes. The relationship between substrate pH and lichen species richness was examined. Sites with a known source of anthropogenic chemical contamination were found to have a correlation of l=0.8 between lichen species richness and pH. The inverse was found for sites with no known source of contamination with a correlation of r 2 =-0.72. The findings suggest that species richness may be influenced by altering substrate pH which promotes the growth of nitrophytic species capable of tolerating high S02 levels.

‣ The relationship of individual, team and organizational learning in Ontario hospital clinical labratories

Tanyaovalaksna, Sumeth
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
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I t is generally accepted among scholars that individual learning and team learning contribute to the concept we refer to as organizational learning. However, a small number of quantitative and qualitative studies that have investigated their relationship reported contradicting results. This thesis investigated the relationship between individual learning, team learning, and organizational learning. A survey instrument was used to collect information on individual learning, team learning, and organizational learning. The study sample comprised of supervisors from the clinical laboratories in teaching hospitals and community hospitals in Ontario. The analyses utilized a linear regression to investigate the relationship between individual and team learning. The relationship between individual and organizational learning, and team and organizational learning were simultaneously investigated with canonical correlation and set correlation. T-test and multivariate analysis of variance were used to compare the differences in learning scores of respondents employed by laboratories in teaching and those employed by community hospitals. The study validated its tests results with 1,000 bootstrap replications. Results from this study suggest that there are moderate correlations between individual learning and team learning. The correlation individual learning and organizational learning and team learning and organizational learning appeared to be weak. The scores of the three learning levels show statistically significant differences between respondents from laboratories in teaching hospitals and respondents from community hospitals.

‣ Assessing the adaptive capacity of the Ontario wine industry to climate change: A case study

Pickering, Kerrie
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
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The global wine industry is experiencing the impacts of climate change. Canada’s major wine sector, the Ontario Wine Industry (OWI) is no exception to this trend. Warmer winter and summer temperatures are affecting wine production. The industry needs to adapt to these challenges, but their capacity for this is unclear. To date, only a limited number of studies exist regarding the adaptive capacity of the wine industry to climate change. Accordingly, this study developed an adaptive capacity assessment framework for the wine industry. The OWI became the case study for the implementation of the assessment framework. Data was obtained by means of a questionnaire sent to grape growers, winemakers and supporting institutions in Ontario. The results indicated the OWI has adaptive capacity capabilities in financial, institutional, political, technological, perceptions, knowledge, diversity and social capital resources areas. Based on the OWI case study, this framework provides an effective means of assessing regional wine industries’ capacity to adapt to climate change.

‣ Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Province of Ontario, Canada (1893)

Independent Order of Odd Fellows; Grand Lodge of Ontario.
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
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1893 Publisher: Dominion Odd Fellow Print. 1893, 39th annual session held at Niagara Falls. In pencil on front free endpaper of 1893 issue: Geneva Lodge #320

‣ Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Province of Ontario, Canada (1914)

Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Grand Lodge of Ontario.
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
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At head of title : Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 1893 Publisher: Dominion Odd Fellow Print. 1893, 39th annual session held at Niagara Falls. In pencil on front free endpaper of 1893 issue: Geneva Lodge #320.