CJRM Spring 2009 v14n(2)
Spring 2009Table of Content
Editorials * ÉditoriauxRural health under attack
Peter Hutten-Czapski, MD
La santé rurale attaquée
Original articles * Articles originaux
Brief smoking cessation interventions by family physicians in northwestern Ontario rural hospitals
Prevalence of impaired glucose tolerance and the components of metabolic syndrome in Canadian Tsimshian Nation youth
The practitioner * Le praticien
Descriptive Article * Article descriptifRural and remote obstetric care close to home: program description, evaluation and discussion of Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre obstetrics
J. Dooley, MD; Len Kelly, MD; N. St Pierre-Hansen, MD;I. Antone, MD; J. Guilfoyle, MD; T. O'Driscoll, MD
Fine bisque porcelain, high fired cone 10, very translucent; 9.5" (h) × 9.25" (w), thickness 4.5".
©2007 Terry Jackson, Rock Creek, BC
"This vase, which has 2 faces, depicts the salmon — a great food source for everyone. With my people, the Metis, the buffalo was the main resource, yet they almost disappeared after deliberate programs by government and others. The West Coast Nations had specific stories to honour the salmon. One concerns the story of Salmon Child who sacrificed himself every year to the people so they could live."