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    • Radiation cookery book [title page] 

      Radiation (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1934)
      Distinctive features of "New World" cookers and general hints on their use, hors d'oeuvres, soups, fish, meat, vegetables and salads, puddings, pastry, bread biscuits and cakes, cheese egg and vegetarian dishes, invalid ...
    • Radio Cafe 

      Radio Cafe (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 19/11/2015)
      Menu from The Radio Caf̩ restaurant in Montreal, QC. Soup, salad, fish, entrees, roast, cold meat, vegetables, dessert.
    • Railways and mines in the Nanaimo area 

      Swanson, Robert E. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1965)
      Audio recording of Robert E. Swanson's 1965 presentation to the Nanaimo Historical Society in which he talks about early coal mining, railways, and locomotives in the Nanaimo area.
    • Rainbow photo contest 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2002)
    • Rainwater harvesting in semi-arid Kenya : Practices and prospects 

      Mang'era, Janet Nyanduko (2017-06-08)
      The aim of this research was to investigate the practices that constrain or facilitate effective rainwater harvesting in semi-arid Kenya. At 647 cubic meters per capita water availability, Kenya is considered water scarce ...
    • Rainwater in trust: Legislation, policy, and regulation governing catchment, systems, and use on the Gulf Islands 

      Cox, Ian (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2021-06-06)
      An increase in development on many of the Gulf Islands, coupled with changing precipitation patterns due to an altered climate, has led to increased pressures on fresh water resources from already highly vulnerable island ...
    • Raising the bar for instructional outcomes: Towards transformative learning experiences. 

      Wilson, Brent G.; Parrish, Patrick; Veletsianos, George (Educational Technology, 2008)
      Most instructional technologists understand that instruction aims to be effective, efficient, and appealing. These three quality indicators have proven useful in establishing desired outcomes. In this article we suggest ...
    • Raising the Curtain: At the intersection of education, art, health care and lived experience of dementia 

      Landy, Ania; Reid, Colleen (VIU Press, 2020)
      This chapter uses the case study of Raising the Curtain (RTC), a community based participatory research project (CBPR), to explore the opportunities and insights that resulted from an education – arts – health care ...
    • Rapid and accurate etizolam detection using surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy for community drug checking 

      Gozdzialski, Lea; Rowley, Annabel; Borden, Scott A.; Saatchi, Armin; Gill, Chris G.; Wallace, Bruce; Hore, Dennis K. (Elsevier, 2022-04)
      Background: In British Columbia, Canada, illicit opioids have been increasingly combined with etizolam, a benzo- diazepine analog, that continues to challenge popular portable drug checking technologies as it is often ...
    • Rapid and quantitative determination of fentanyls and pharmaceuticals from powdered drug samples by paper spray mass spectrometry 

      Borden, Scott A.; Saatchi, Armin; Krogh, Erik T.; Gill, Chris G. (Wiley-VCH, 2020-08-22)
      Paper spray mass spectrometry is presented as a direct, quantitative tool for the measurement of pharmaceutical drugs and a variety of fentanyl analogs in solid samples and powder slurries with the ultimate goal of ...
    • Rapid rehousing practice at a shelter for homeless youth 

      La Plante, Meagan Elaine (2017-07-19)
      This inquiry used an action research methodology to engage a youth emergency homeless shelter (YES) in Peterborough, Ontario, around better supporting their clients. Through this inquiry, the following research question ...
    • Ravenscourt recipes [title page] 

      Ravenscourt School Guild (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1955)
      Breads, soups, salads and dressings, luncheon and supper dishes, meats, fish and meat sauces, vegetables, desserts, pies, cookies and dainties, cakes and icings, preserves and pickles, miscellaneous.
    • Raves reviewed: An extended dance event bylaw 

      Hunter, Sylvia (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
      As the rave community in Calgary grew from a small counterculture movement to a mainstream business activity, the City of Calgary enacted a bylaw to address issues associated with the rave events taking place in its ...
    • Raymond Collishaw 

      Pettit, Brian J. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2004-10-13)
      Audio recording of Brian Pettit's October 2004 presentation to the Nanaimo Historical Society about Canadian pilot and First World War flying ace Raymond Collishaw.
    • Raymond Collishaw: The aviator 

      Green, James (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1991-02-14)
      Audio recording of Jim Green's February 1991 presentation to the Nanaimo Historical Society about Nanaimo aviator Raymond Collishaw.
    • (Re)sourcing what gets thrown away : an artful journey of recovery and renewal 

      Pratt, Mara (2017-03-08)
      This research was conducted with a group of middle-aged women who participated in a series of four reflective walks together over four weeks in various natural settings in an effort to reconnect them with the more-than-human ...
    • Re-constructing the past : a critical discourse analysis of three alcohol memoirs 

      Van Egdom, Kevin (2020-06-30)
      The basic, objective manifestation of the problematic use of alcohol is a physical dependence on the substance. However, what we call alcohol addiction is a web of meanings that have become embedded through language in ...
    • Re-creation through recreation: Exploring contemporary perspectives of Indigenous leisure 

      Peterson, Britta (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2017-03-29)
      Poster highlighting research into what role leisure plays in the development of cultural identity for Coast Salish Indigenous peoples.
    • Re-creation through recreation: exploring contemporary perspectives of Indigenous leisure 

      Peterson, Britta S. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2019)
      Indigenous populations within Canada have suffered generations of systemic oppression as a result of colonization and assimilation. Forced attendance at residential schools, dispossession of lands, loss of political ...
    • Re-energizing the not-for-profit sector : a critical discourse analysis of expenditures 

      Dawson, Bobbie Christina (2018-11-16)
      Discourse related to expenditures in the not-for-profit sector limits the capacity for these organizations to invest in long-term, sustainable solutions for change. Using a Foucauldian perspective and a Faircloughian ...