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[The Quest of the Folk: Antimodernism & Cultural Selection in Twentiety-Century Nova Scotia]
The Quest of the Folk: Antimodernism and Cultural Selection in Twentieth-century Nova Scotia. Ian McKay. Montreal and Kingston: McGill- Queen's University Press, 1994.This decade has seen a rising… Expand
The Liberal Order Framework: A Prospectus for a Reconnaissance of Canadian History
- I. Mckay
- Political Science
- 1 December 2000
How can we get beyond the present socio-cultural versus national-political impasse in Canadian history writing? By a historical practice of re/connaissance, which begins not with the essentialist… Expand
'An Impartial Umpire': Industrial Relations and the Canadian State, 1900-1911
Food safety: foodborne disease in Australia: the OzFoodNet experience.
- M. Kirk, I. Mckay, +4 authors J. Gregory
- Clinical infectious diseases : an official…
- 1 August 2008
In 2000, Australia improved national surveillance of gastrointestinal and foodborne illness by adapting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) FoodNet model of active surveillance.… Expand
Enhancing foodborne disease surveillance across Australia in 2001: the OzFoodNet Working Group.
- R. Ashbolt, R. Givney, +14 authors Craig R. Williams
- Communicable diseases intelligence quarterly…
In 2000, the OzFoodNet network was established to enhance surveillance of foodborne diseases across Australia. OzFoodNet consists of 7 sites and covers 68 per cent of Australia's population. During… Expand
A Note on "Region" in Writing the History of Atlantic Canada
- I. Mckay
- 3 March 2000
THESE REMARKS ABOUT THE CONCEPT of region are intended to be neither polemical nor definitive. They pose questions to which I do not pretend to have ready answers. They are inconclusive. All that I… Expand
Foodborne disease in Australia: incidence, notifications and outbreaks. Annual report of the OzFoodNet network, 2002.
In 2002, OzFoodNet continued to enhance surveillance of foodborne diseases across Australia. The OzFoodNet network expanded to cover all Australian states and territories in 2002. The National Centre… Expand
Foodborne Disease in Australia : The OzFoodNet Experience
Martyn D. Kirk, Ian McKay, Gill V. Hall, Craig B. Dalton, Russell Stafford, Leanne Unicomb, and Joy Gregory OzFoodNet, Office of Health Protection, Department of Health and Ageing, and National… Expand
A new era for food safety regulation in Australia
Abstract Australia has worked towards uniform food legislation since 1908. The development of an effective national food safety regulatory system for Australia was driven by a number of imperatives… Expand