Contributions include Aboriginal people and the education system; health problems and traditional aboriginal healing practices; environmental legislation in the NWT; and the physiology behind the 'Canadian Cold Buster Bar.' Papers by: Olive Patricia Dickason; Denis Wall; Lorraine Sinclair; Ernie Lennie; Debbie Caseburg; Kirsti Pedersen; William O. Pruitt, Jr., Ross W. Wein; Larry A. Reynolds; and Lawrence C.H. Wang
About the Author
Rick Riewe's research interests include human interactions with climate change in the Hudson Bay Region; impacts of northern development upon circumpolar peoples; wildlife ecology; boreal ecology; northern wildlife management; northern native harvesting and utilization of wildlife; northern land claims; environmental impact assessment; and the ecology of prairie grasslandsl; wildlife products utilized by Circumpolar Aboriginal peoples; the roles of aboriginal women in the domestic economy; and the ethnology of Circumpolar Peoples. He received a Ph.D. in Zoology from Memorial University of Newfoundland, and the University of Manitoba.