• Publications
  • Influence
Powerline Pass - B.C. North Coast Mountain the History of Avalanche Damage, Mitigation and a Modern Epic
Scott Flavelle will trace the history of avalanche damage to the Alcan transmission towers and the various mitigation methods recommended by our avalanche forefathers since the powerline was firstExpand
Justice Denied: The Anglo-American Loan Negotiations of 1945
In the flurry of recent commemorations of the momentous events of fifty years ago, there is one anniversary which may have been overlooked. From September to December 1945, British and AmericanExpand
Golden Decade(s)? Reappraising Canada's International Relations in the 1940s and 1950s
The notion of a bygone lustrous period in the history of Canada's international relations permeates memoirs and biographies of Canadian diplomats, scholarly literature, journalism and popularExpand
Knight Errant, Cold Warrior or Cautious Ally? Canada on the United Nations Security Council, 1948–1949
Canada’s self-image in world affairs has been as a bold internationalist, with its status and responsibility as a middle power and its role as a mediator emphasised. Assessments highlight theExpand
The Path to Temptation: The Negotiation of Canada’s Reconstruction Loan to Britain in 1946
Pendant la Deuxieme Guerre Mondiale, la dependance economique du Canada vis-a-vis du commerce international augmenta considerablement. En 1944, en effet, les exportations canadiennes comptaient pourExpand
Progress in Fevers
It is suggested that the lower percentage observed in the Metropolitan Asylums Board hospitals during 1897-1901 may be due to the fact that post-mortem examinations are less constantly made in these hospitals than in general hospitals. Expand
Discussion On The Medical And Surgical Treatment Of Graves’ Disease. 1
said that in opening this discussion on the medical and surgical treatment of exophthalmic goitre he need say little about purely medical treatment, not because he considered it of less than firstExpand