Carl Leone
Carl Desmond Leone (born c.1976) is a Canadian businessman from Windsor, Ontario. Leone was jailed after pleading guilty in a Windsor court to 15 counts of aggravated sexual assault for not informing ...
Country food
Country food, in Canada, refers to the traditional diets of Aboriginal people (known in Canada as First Nations, Metis, and Inuit), especially in remote northern regions where Western food is an expe...
Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network[1] is Canada's leading advocacy organization working on the legal and human rights issues raised by HIV and AIDS. The organization actively promotes the human righ...
R. v. Cuerrier
R v Cuerrier was a 1998 decision by the Supreme Court of Canada, which ruled that knowingly exposing a sexual partner to HIV constitutes a prosecutable crime (aggravated assault) under Canadian law.
Haplogroup Q (Y-DNA)
Haplogroup Q-M242 is a Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup.
Haplogroup Q-M242 is one of the two branches of haplogroup P-M45. Haplogroup Q-M242 is believed to have arisen in North Asia approximately 17,00...
Haplogroup Q (Y-DNA) - Wikipedia
National Aboriginal Health Organization
The National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO) was an Aboriginal-designed and -controlled not-for-profit body in Canada that worked to influence and advance the health and well-being of Aboriginal...
1969 White Paper
The 1969 White Paper (officially entitled Statement of the Government of Canada on Indian policy) was a Canadian policy paper proposal made by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his Minister of Indian ...
Mark Wainberg
Mark A. Wainberg, OC OQ FRSC (born April 21, 1945) is a Canadian HIV/AIDS researcher and HIV/AIDS activist. He is the Director of the McGill University AIDS Centre at the Montreal Jewish Gen...
Population genetics
Population genetics is the study of the distributions and changes of allele frequency in a population, as the population is subject to the four main evolutionary processes: natural selection, genetic ...
Suicide in Canada
Approximately 3,500 suicides take place in Canada annually, slightly below deaths due to cancers of the colon and breast.Suicide is the seventh-most common cause of death among Canadian males, and ten...
Métis people (Canada)
The Métis (/meɪˈtiː/; [meˈtsɪs]; [mɪˈtʃɪf]) are one of the recognized Aboriginal peoples in Canada. They trace their descent from mixed ancestry of First Nations and Europeans. The term was historical...
Métis people (Canada) - Wikipedia
Women's Memorial March
The Women’s Memorial March is an annual event held on Valentine's Day that originated in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, to call attention to missing and murdered women in the district. As of 2009, the...
Women's Memorial March - Wikipedia
Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research
The Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research is a Canadian charitable foundation whose goal is to increase awareness of HIV/AIDS and develop funding sources to support HIV/AIDS research activities conduc...
Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research - Wikipedia
Haplogroup R1 (Y-DNA)
In human genetics, Haplogroup R-M173 is a Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup, a subgroup of haplogroup R, associated with the M173 mutation. It is dominated in modern populations by two Eurasian clades, R-M4...
Haplogroup R1 (Y-DNA) - Wikipedia
Mitochondrial DNA
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA or mDNA) is the DNA located in mitochondria, cellular organelles within eukaryotic cells that convert chemical energy from food into a form that cells can use, adenosine triph...
Mitochondrial DNA - Wikipedia
Inuit diet
Inuit consume a diet of foods that are fished, hunted, and gathered locally. According to Edmund Searles in his article "Food and the Making of Modern Inuit Identities," they consume this type of diet...
Inuit diet - Wikipedia
Human genetic variation
Human genetic variation is the genetic differences both within and among populations. There may be multiple variants of any given gene in the human population (genes), leading to polymorphism. Many ge...
Human genetic variation - Wikipedia
Kumbaya Festival
The Kumbaya Festival was an annual Canadian music and arts festival in the 1990s. It was organized by Molly Johnson as a benefit for Canadian charities and groups doing work around HIV and AIDS. The f...
The Canadian Crown and Aboriginal peoples
The association between the Canadian Crown and Aboriginal peoples of Canada stretches back to the first decisions between North American indigenous peoples and European colonialists and, over centurie...
The Canadian Crown and Aboriginal peoples - Wikipedia
Indian Health Transfer Policy (Canada)
The Indian Health Transfer Policy of Canada, provided a framework for the assumption of control of health services by Aboriginal Canadians and set forth a developmental approach to transfer centred on...
Indian Health Transfer Policy (Canada) - Wikipedia
HIV/AIDS in Canada
HIV/AIDS was first detected in Canada in 1982. In 2005, there were approximately 58,000 people living with HIV/AIDS, with an estimated 15,000 unaware of their positive status. The total number of infe...
Trevis Smith
Trevis Smith (born September 8, 1976) was a football linebacker who played seven years with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League. Born in Montgomery, Alabama, Smith was formerl...
Genetic history of indigenous peoples of the Americas
Genetic history of indigenous peoples of the Americas primarily focus on Human Y-chromosome DNA haplogroups and Human mitochondrial DNA haplogroups. Autosomal "atDNA" markers are also used, but differ...
Genetic history of indigenous peoples of the Americas - Wikipedia
Inuit women
The Inuit are the most widespread and perhaps the best known aboriginal people on earth. As a very large indigenous group inhabiting the Arctic regions of Alaska, Canada, Greenland, and Russia, the In...
Inuit women - Wikipedia