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  • Purdy, Alison (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
    Suppose we have an orange, an apple and a pear. How many different ways can we arrange these three? The answer is six – OAP, APO, PAO, OPA, AOP, POA. These arrangements are called permutations. Now, how large a collection ...
  • Luo, Weiguo (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2012-12-20)
    Abundant heavy oil reserves and increasing demands for energy have encouraged more and more interest in the exploitation of heavy oil. The recovery of heavy oil is challenging due to its high viscosity. The thermal ...
  • Unknown author (University of Regina, Canadian Plains Research Center, 2008-06)
  • Unknown author (University of Regina, Canadian Plains Research Center, 2008-07)
  • University of Regina. Faculty of Science. (Faculty of Science, University of Regina, 2004-09)
  • Stabbs, Peter; Melting Tallow, Dave (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970-10)
    Explains the origin of the Pigeon Society and describes the various ceremonial dances and the dispersal of the various Blackfoot nations
  • Planning, Committee (Community Research Unit, Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, 2011-06)
    This document summarizes the Creative Collaborations Symposium, held May 3-4, 2011 at the Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon.
  • Kanipitetew, Jim; Waskewitch, James; Ochapooways, Daniel; Pesim, Jim; Frank, Norman (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1972)
    Elders discuss: payment for chiefs; conduct of and assistance at ceremonies; need for respect towards ceremonies and ceremonial locations. No date given, probably in the early 1970's.
  • Buffalo Calf, Charley; Hoostie, Jim; Dustyhorn, Pius; Bonaise, Alex; Stick, Alex; Bear, Eli; Kanipitetew, Jim; Lariviere, Jonas; Morningstar, George; Rockthunder, John; Waskewitch, Mrs.; Child, Mrs. Alec; Paskimin, Eva (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-01-30)
    Discussion by Elders who express regrets at loss of traditional customs and values and desire a return of schools on reserves ; a need to preserve Indian ceremonies and Indian medicines ; concerns about problems with alcohol ...
  • Kanipitetew, Jim; Bear, Eli; Dustyhorn, Pius; Ochapooways, Daniel; King, Andrew; Frank, Norman (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-09-26)
    Wide-ranging discussion among elders touching on many topics including kinship; illegitimate children; ceremonialism; the role of the elder; financing the elder who incurs some costs associated with the organization of a ...
  • Bear, Eli; Kanipitetew, Jim; Sugar, Felix; Frank, Norman (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-09-26)
    Elders discuss a variety of matters relating to Indian culture and traditions and what can be done to retain or regain these. Most topics are touched on only briefly
  • Bear, Mike; Ochapooways, Daniel (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-11-07)
    Loss of Indianism through white education. Founding of White Fish Lake Reserve. Problems on reserves as a result of electing 'young' chiefs. Loss of Indian ceremonies and healing.
  • Buffalo Calf, Charley; Lonethunder, Sandy; Ryder, Jim; Hoostie, Jim; Dustyhorn, Pius; Bonaise, Alex; Cappo, John; Stick, Alex; Stanley, Lloyd; Kennedy, Alex B.; Bear, Eli; Atimoyoo, Smith; Kanipitetew, Jim; Lariviere, Jonas; Morningstar, George; Rockthunder, John; Waskewitch, Albert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-01-29)
    Elders discuss contemporary problems. Recurring themes are: problems with alcohol; education by whites from an early age; need to return to traditional teaching by elders in combination with white education.
  • Lonethunder, Sandy; Hoostie, Jim; Dustyhorn, Pius; Bonaise, Alex; Cappo, John; Stick, Alex; Waskewitch, Mrs. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-01-30)
    Elders discuss concerns regarding: loss of Indian culture and traditions; failure to educate young Indians in traditional ways; young well-educated chiefs who will not take advice from elders.
  • Buffalo Calf, Charley; Bonaise, Alex; Lariviere, Jonas; Rockthunder, John; Star, Mr. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-01-30)
    Elders speak of their concerns regarding leadership on the reserves; new young leaders with education but no experience who ignore the elders and their advice; the failure to educate the young in traditional Indian ways.
  • Lonethunder, Sandy; Ryder, Jim; Hoostie, Jim; Bonaise, Alex; Cappo, John; Stick, Alex; Kennedy, Alex B.; Rockthunder, John; Waskewitch, Albert; Star, Mr.; Gaforth, Aubrey (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-01-30)
    Discussion of the educational system: relative merits of day schools, residential schools, integrated schools, etc.; need for inclusion of Indian culture into the curriculum at all levels ; the role of the elder as teacher.
  • Dustyhorn, Pius; Cappo, John; Kanipitetew, Jim (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-01-30)
    Discussion of Indian ceremonies: how these are passed on from generation to generation; the role of women. Tipis: particular kinds of tipis; decorated tipis; tipis in relation to death customs. No date given but probably ...
  • Machiskenis, Joe; Mantee, George (Mrs.); Pelletier, Dan (Mrs.); Sugar, Felix (Mrs.); Crookedneck, James (Mrs.); Kanipitetew, Jim (Mrs.); Stanley, J. B. (Mrs.); Wapass, Bella (Mrs.); Waskewitch, Mrs.; Paguet, Mabel; Bonaise, Grace; Tobacco, Lawrence (Mrs.); Poorman, Alex (Mrs.); Laliberte, Ed; Lariviere, Jonas; Wapass, Bill; Kanipitetew, Jim; Thunderchild, Ed; Lewis, Morris; Ashawn, Thomas (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-03-13)
    Discussion of: Role of elders in setting young people on the right road ; Importance of breast-feeding and giving up alcohol ; Need for a tipi on each reserve, to be kept for prayer, pipe ceremonies and the counselling of ...
  • Graves, Dianna (Community Research Unit, Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, 2011-04)
    This report examines the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program (CFMH), a crime prevention program designed to reduce crime, drugs, and gangs on multi-dwelling properties. It compares the program in different Canadian and American ...
  • Graves, Dianna (Community Research Unit, Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, 2011-04)
    This summary examines the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program (CFMH), a crime prevention program designed to reduce crime, drugs, and gangs on multi-dwelling properties. It compares the program in different Canadian and ...