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1. Assisted Suicide, 2015 [Canada]

2014. Angus Reid Institute. In this survey, Canadian’s views on doctor-assisted suicide are examined as the issues prepares to go before the Supreme Court of Canada. Religious... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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2. Brooks Aqueduct -- Brooks -- UAV Photogrammetry -- 2017

2017. Robinson, Christina. Brooks Aqueduct data contains 3D point clouds of the western section of the surviving aqueduct. Eighteen (18) flights captured by DJI Phantom 4s a... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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3. Canadian Football League (CFL), 2014

2014. Angus Reid Institute. This survey examines Canadian’s opinion of the Grey Cup and CFL, and its significance to Canadian culture and identity. . Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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6. Cramahe Township database used for the book Tenants in Time

Wilson, Catharine A. and Pullen, Marty. <p>The basic aim of the project was to identify owners and tenants on the 1842 census of Cramahe Township and trace these individuals backwards and... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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7. Disasters, 2015 [Canada]

2015. Angus Reid Institute. When Canadians are stranded by disaster abroad, who is responsible? This survey looks at whether the government or individuals themselves are respo... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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8. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (01 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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9. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (02 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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10. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (03 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.